The UG courses online admission registration process will be close on June 25 for Delhi University. Total 11 programmes will be available. The applicants are asked to fill the online admission form by themselves on https://ugentrance.du.ac.in.
The unreserved student will be charged for the application fee is Rs 500 and different fee will be charged as per the each entrance test. Except music courses, remaining all the courses test will be conducted through online and the format of question will be based on the MCQ pattern.
The test will be held in 17 cities apart from Delhi. The class will be beginning on 20 July. The student with average marks in their board examination for them the entrance-based programmes are accepted the most.
The courses which are offered on 2017
Business Management: three programmes is offered by the Faculty Of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities they are B.A.(Hons) Business Economics, Bachelor of Management studies, and Bachelor of Business Administration. The candidate will be selected as per the combined percentage scored on the entrance examination – 65% and 35% scored in the 12 board exam.
In the entrance exam the question will be on quantitative ability, general English, business and general awareness also reasoning. Total 100 questions will be there and each correct answer will be 4 marks and one wrong answer will deduct one mark.
The Cluster Innovation: providing B.tech (Information Technology) and Mathematical Innovation and also provide BA (Hons) in Humanities and Social Sciences. The question for the entrance exam will be on mathematics, reasoning and analytical abilities.
Education: The Education of Faculty is providing a Bachelors of Elementary Education, in which the candidate’s ability in Hindi, English, mathematics, Science and social science will be tested.
Applied Sciences: The Faculty of Inter- Disciplinary and applied Science is providing a B.SC( Physical Education, Health Education & Sports).
Mass Communication: Indraprastha College for women is providing the B.A(Hons) Multimedia and Mass Communication.
Music: The Musics and Fine Arts faculty is providing three programmes they are B.A (Hons) Hindustan Musics, B.A (Hons) Karnatak Musics. The students needs to apply for the practical entrance test under Delhi University.