Admissions for DU: through CUCET only from 2022
Delhi University is one of the most prestigious as well as demanding institution for higher education in India. The university always finds a top position among the popular universities in India, where education is provided in high quality to all students. This high quality education also puts high cut off scores before the students who wish to get admission in DU.
DU is one of the top campuses in India, where the cut off will usually hit above 97% marks. The main reason for this is the popularity and demand for the courses in DU. The admission to DU, until this year was merit-based system, which gave chances for admission only to the top students in the whole country. But now, the authorities of the university also have decided to adopt entrance based admission system, from the next academic year onwards.
According to the meeting held by Academic Council of Du on December 10, 2021, the DU has made decision to adopt entrance system from next academic year itself. The official news regarding this was declared on December 17, 2021. This notification cleared that the DU admission from 2022-23 academic year will be under entrance system, mainly for the UG courses. In addition to this, on December 20, the Du declared that the entrance will be carried out either through CUCET or DUCET from 2022-23 onwards. The CUCET or Central University Common Entrance Test is a common entrance exam for the central universities in India. Till 2021, the CUCET included entrance for 14 central universities, which included CU in Kerala, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, and Jharkhand and so on since from 2010. The DUCET or Delhi University Common Entrance Test, on the other hand was an entrance exclusively created for admission process in DU.
Now, Yogesh Singh, the Vice chancellor of Du confirms that the Du UG admission will be completed through CUCET exam, from 2022-23 academic year onwards. The exam will be conducted under the National Testing Agency (NTA). According t the news report, which gives official declaration in this, the exam will have two parts, for both science and Arts subjects. The papers will include-
|B. Sc||Part A – English, Numerical Ability, General Knowledge
Part B – physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology (subject- specific)
|BA (for Humanities courses)||English, Analytical skills, Reasoning, Data Interpretation/ Numerical Aptitude, General Knowledge, General Aptitude|
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