Delhi University First Open Day Discussion 2015

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Sixty-one colleges, 60,000 seats – the entre season for Delhi University’s undergraduate courses started a propos Thursday considering two gate day sessions conducted by the varsity. The sessions were meant to quarters the queries of the restless students, but many of them left taking into consideration their confusion intact.

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Delhi University Decides to Open Admission Centre in North Campus

The list of criteria overwhelmed many. Others were yet in the dark roughly processes — obtain into tests for courses, changes in the sports quota and percentage reduction deletion for subjects.

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After the Delhi University First Open Day Discussion 2015, One thing was made clear- Getting Admission in B.Com Hons And B.A Eco Hons. is quiet difficult for students without Mathematics.

“I can’t add footnotes to what is swap this times. Lots of students are yet unclear about things,” said Preeti Chaudhary, one of the students who attended the session.

While the best of four criteria which includes one language and three academic subjects, remains the united as last year; 2.5 % points will be deducted from them, if the subject applied for is not included in vocational subject. Besides, 10 marks will be deducted for all vocational course not included. Also, there will be a maximum penalty for a stream rework in war of BA and B.Com honors courses.

To save the system centralized, the academic circles has finished away as soon as right of right of admission tests in various courses barring courses in addition to than Bachelor in Business Economics and Bachelor in Finance and Investment. For students seeking read through sports quota, fitness test has now been centralized.

“As in the make unfriendly afield as the confusion subsequent to the best of four options is concerned – there in fact are no issues, may be it is because of changes in terminology but otherwise there is no fiddle subsequent to really,” Deputy Dean, GS Tuteja told.

University officials assured students that their queries would be answered online as ably. However, most students preferred to meet the proficiency in person as they claimed that the website had not been updated.

But choice student, Nikita, said, “Online has recommendation from 2014 academic year. There are no updates upon 2015, it shows very old opinion”.

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4 Responses

  1. Mahima khullar says:

    Is there anyone in the entire DU who cares about the non maths students? Why you guys are taking such decisions ? Why you guys are not thinking about US? We guys are mad or what? HUM WITHOUT MATHS WALE HAI PAR HUMNE BHI “MEHNAT” KARI HAI !
    One more thing if you guys are thinking that we wont be able to cope up coz we haven’t taken maths then you guys are totally wrong ! You guys dont have any kind of right to judge us ! Kindly pay attention to these things also ! Atleast dont make maths a compulsory subject for BBA ?!!

  2. saumya says:

    Hi! I have a doubt regarding admission in english hons. I have read that for admission in this course there is an advangage of 2% if we include the elective. Can someone please explain and elaborate.

  3. prabhat says:

    Last year, Informatic practice was considered to be equivalent with Computer Science after the interefernce of CBSE director. This is not happening this year. Any specific reason? thanks

  4. Megha Singh says:

    If a Biharboard General category student with 70% in arts who want to take BA(H) Pol. Sc. can’t catch the high cutoffs of North Campus of DU then. a quotation must be written on DU website ” Biharboard students are not eligible for DU colleges….

    Kam Se Kam Hum BIHAR WALE DU Mai Padhne Ka Sapna To Nahi DEKHENGE…

    AND we always be aware that if one wants to study in DU , one must have to be from CBSE board…..

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