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Delhi University (DU) Admissions 2022 through CUET for UG Courses, Check all details here

Safalta Expert Published by: Harshita Pathak Updated Fri, 05 Aug 2022 07:01 PM IST

Highlights

Delhi University Admission 2022 will begin with the start of the registration process. DU admissions 2022 will be governed by the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) or Delhi University Common Entrance Test (DUCET). 

The process of online application for the Delhi University 2022 was re-started on May 27, 2022. The last date to apply online was May 31, 2022, for the UG courses. For PG courses the registration through CUET last date has been extended till June 10 2022. Delhi University conducts this university-level admission process every year for the candidates seeking admission in various UG and PG courses in Engineering, management, Science, Arts, and Law fields. For the admission, candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of board exam marks and CUET.

Latest Updates:

As per the recent updates, the Delhi University's academic council has approved a new process to admit students to undergraduate courses based on CUET UG scores. To take admission to Delhi University from this year, candidates will have to follow the Central Seat Allocation System (CSAS) method. 
 As per this new process, a central portal will be developed for admission to all colleges and the admission will be done as per the rules stated in the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS). Under this, students will have to apply on a central portal and follow the next stages for admission in Delhi University. 


Admissions to DU 2022 will be offered for over 70,000 UG seats.

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According to previous year's data, 4,38,696 students registered for UG admissions, 1,83,815 enrolled for PG courses, and 30,019 individuals applied for M.Phil/PHD programmes through DU registration. The Delhi University received 3,53,919 paid registrations in 2020, while the varsity received 4,38,696 registrations in 2021. This implies that DU received 84,777 more registrations in 2021 than the previous year, amounting to nearly a 24% increase in applications. We've covered all you need to know about Delhi University Admission 2022 in this article.
 
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Table of contents

  1. Delhi University Admission 2022: Highlights
  2. DU Admissions Based on CUET
  3. DU Admission 2022: Eligibility Criteria
  4. Delhi University 2022: Application Fee
  5. How to Apply for DU Admission 2022
  6. CUET Exam Pattern 2022
  7. Selecting Subjects in CUET Exam 2022
  8. DU Admission Counselling after CUET
  9. Delhi University 2022: Documents required
  10. DU Popular Courses Admission 2022
  11. DU UG Seats 2022
  12. DU NCWEB Admissions 2022
  13. FAQs

 

Delhi University Admission 2022: Highlights

 
Exam Name Common University Entrance Test (CUET)
DU Full-Form Delhi University
Exam Types UG & PG Level
Exam Level National level
Courses Offered Engineering, Medical, Pharmacy & other Courses
Conducting Body National Testing Agency 
Application Mode Online
Mode of Exam To be Announced
Exam Dates To be Announced
Exam Duration 2 hours
Official website http://www.du.ac.in
 

DU Admissions Based on CUET

Delhi University has decided that the admission to all the colleges will be made through a central portal as per the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) rules. The admission process will be as follows:
  • Submission of CSAS Common Application Form
  • Selection of Programmes and Prefernces
  • Seat allocation and admission.
More details regarding the admission procedure will be soon updated here.


  

DU Admission 2022: Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility in General:

Criteria for age: There is no minimum age requirement to apply for UG or PG programmes.
Candidates Who Appeared: Candidates who are in the last year of their qualifying examination are eligible to apply.

UG Programmes:

For B.A/ B.A. (Hons):
  • Qualifying Exam: Applying candidate should have completed his/her 10+2 level examination or its equivalent from CBSE or any other recognized board or University.
  • Qualifying Marks: Candidates should have scored a minimum of seventy-five marks in the best of four subjects.
 

For B.Tech. Courses:

  • Qualification: Candidates must have passed or appeared in their 10+2 Intermediate or equivalent level examination from any recognized board.
  • Marks: Candidates must have scored at least 60% marks in their qualifying examination to be eligible for admission.
For B.Com. Courses:
  • Qualification: A qualifying examination grade point average of 40%.
  • Marks: The selection will be based on the marks received in the qualifying test, which will include one language and three of the top subjects.
For B.Sc. Courses:
  • Qualification: The overall percentage in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics should be 55% and one compulsory language should be 50%.
  • The students from other streams, (with Mathematics in Class XII), will have a disadvantage of 2% in aggregate of required four subjects, i.e. Mathematics + one language + two academic subjects from those streams.

PG Programmes:

For M.Com. Courses:
  • Qualification: Applicants must have B.Com./ B.A. (Hons.) degree from any recognized institution.
  • Marks: He/she must have secured at least 50% marks in their qualifying degree 45% marks (For OBC) and 40% marks (For SC/ ST) in their qualifying exam. 

For LLM Courses:
  • Qualification: Candidates must have a 3 – 5 years LL.B. degree or equivalent from any recognized institution.
  • Marks: Candidates must have scored at least 50% marks (45% marks for SC/ ST category candidates) in their qualifying examination to be eligible for admission.
  • Appearing: Appearing candidates in their qualifying examination in 2022 can also apply for LLM Admission.
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Delhi University 2022: Application Fee


Application Form for Delhi University 2022 Fees for entry and merit-based admission may differ.

Payment Method: The application cost for entrance exam-based admission shall be paid online using a debit/credit card or net banking. Separate application costs will be levied for each entrance examination/program. The merit-based programmes will not have any additional fees.

The following table shows the fees for several classes:

Fee for UG (Merit-Based):

Category Application Fee
For general/ OBC category candidates Rs. 250
For SC/ ST/ PWD candidates Rs. 100

For UG/ PG (Entrance Based):

Category Application Fee
For SC/ST/ PWD candidates Rs. 300
For general/ OBC category candidates Rs. 750
 

How to Apply for DU Admission 2022

The whole step-by-step approach for filling out the Delhi University online application form 2022 is as follows:
  • Visit the Delhi University 2022 webpage.
  • Choose your level of education and proceed to the Delhi University application form submission page.
  • Fill out the Delhi University registration form with all of your personal information, such as your name, email address, and phone number, and then click the Register button.
  • Complete the Delhi University registration process and then click the login button.
  • Now, go on to the DU Application Form and fill out all of the needed information, including personal, academic, and communicational information, before submitting it.
  • Candidates will be requested to provide all relevant documents after entering all data in the Delhi University Application Form.
  • Now, go to the 'upload papers' option and submit a passport-sized photo and your signature.
  • Documents should be no more than 50 kb in size and uploaded in jpg/jpeg/PNG format.
  • Candidates will be requested to deposit the specified application fee for DU 2022 after uploading all needed papers on the DU Application form.
  • Now, choose your payment method and gateway (Debit Card/ Credit Card/Net Banking, for example), and fill out all of the necessary information.
  • After paying the application money, candidates should print the DU Confirmation page and fee receipt for future reference.

CUET Exam Pattern 2022

  • CUET-2022 is divided into three parts. The first segment is separated into two parts, the first of which includes 13 languages and the second of which includes 20 languages.
  • The languages are French, Spanish, German, Nepali, Persian, Italian, Arabic, Sindhi, Kashmiri, Konkani, Bodo, Dogri, Maithili, Manipuri, Santhali, Tibetan, Japanese, Russian, and Chinese.
  • For admission to Delhi University, candidates must appear in at least one language. The second half of the entrance test includes 27 domain-specific subjects. The final component is based on general knowledge and will only be used for admission to BA programmes. This portion has been further subdivided by DU into two parts: B1 and B2. B1 is a list of 18 disciplines that were previously available at DU prior to the introduction of CUET. B2 is a collection of 19 new topics.
  • The final portion of CUET 2022, Section III, is intended to assess the candidate's general knowledge. This portion, however, is not compulsory since a student will only attempt it if it is mentioned as a prerequisite for the programme to which she is applying. Students will have an hour to complete Section III, which will include current events, general knowledge, quantitative reasoning, and the application of fundamental mathematical ideas.

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Selecting Subjects in CUET Exam 2022

An applicant must select at least three topics from the domain-specific subject area in order to be admitted to the majority of Delhi University's programmes.
  • The second segment is divided into two lists, B1 and B2. Applicants must carefully pick their subjects so that they do not select more than one subject at a time.
  • Physics, chemistry, mathematics, or biology will be required for entrance to the majority of BSc programmes. It is also required to get at least 30% in any one language.
  • To be admitted to the Bachelor of Arts Programme, students must take the CUET entrance test in any one language from section one and any three topics from section two. The marks acquired in the same topic and language will be used to compute the candidate's final score.
  • For admission to BA (Hons) Economics, students must select Mathematics from the CUET Syllabus. The merit for this will be determined by the marks earned in the chosen language, Mathematics, and any two disciplines.
  • When we had cut-off marks, we used to make the best of four subject marks; similarly, for ultimate admission to DU, we will consider the best CUET result.
  • Candidates for the BBA, BMS and BBE degrees must pass the CUET section 3 and one language. Pass course candidates can pick between a language and one domain-specific topic or a three-subject exam.

    After completing the CUET, you will be able to apply for admission to DU.

DU Admission Counselling after CUET

When the CUET results are revealed, Delhi University will provide e-counselling. Candidates will be free to choose their own universities, and colleges will be allotted to them depending on their grades. Prior to each counselling session, candidates will be given the opportunity to re-fill their choices. There will be three rounds of counselling, the third of which will be a spot round.

In addition to this, a help desk and numerous webinars will be available to assist candidates with the whole admissions process.
 

Delhi University 2022: Documents required

Following is the list of required documents for Delhi University Application Form 2022:
  1. 10th class mark sheet and certificate
  2. 12th mark sheet and certificate
  3. Graduation or another qualifying exam mark sheet
  4. Category certificate (if possible)
  5. Valid email ID and mobile number
  6. Date of birth
  7. Address details
  8. SC/ ST/ PWD certificate (if possible)
  9. Scanned photograph and signature
  10. ID proof (i.e. Aadhar card, PAN card, voter ID, driving license etc.)

Candidates from all around the nation apply for admission to a variety of UG, PG, and PhD programmes at DU. However, the University is most recognised for a few programmes, including BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), BA (Prog), BCom (Hons), and BMS. The table below shows the most popular DU 2022 courses, as well as the number of specialisations provided under each of them, as well as the overall course fee:

 
DU Popular Courses & Fee
Course Specialisations Total Fee
BA (Hons) English, Hindi, Economics, Political Science + 17 more specialisations INR 9,140 - INR 3 lakh
BSc (Hons) Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Anthropology + 14 more specialisations INR 18,180 - INR 1.9 lakh
BA (Prog) NA* INR 12,120 - INR 1.1 lakh
BCom (Hons) NA INR 14,120 - INR 81,600
BMS NA INR 30,450 - INR 1.3 lakh
 

 

DU UG Seats 2022

 
Sr. No. College Name Total Seats
1 Acharya Narendra Dev College 853
2 Aditi Mahavidyalaya (W) 948
3 Aryabhatta College 652
4 Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College 1475
5 Bhagini Nivedita College 985
6 Bharati College 961
7 Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences 554
8 College of Vocational Studies 1101
9 Daulat Ram College 1465
10 Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College 852
11 Delhi College of Arts & Commerce 728
12 Deshbandhu College 1710
13 Department of German and Romance Studies 196
14 Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College 1243
15 Dyal Singh College 2045
16 Dyal Singh Evening College 958
17 Gargi College 1624
18 Hans Raj College 1714
19 Hindu College 906
20 Indraprastha College for Women 983
21 Institute of Home Economics 504
22 Janki Devi Memorial College 1239
23 Jesus and Mary College 650
24 Kalindi College 1577
25 Kamala Nehru College 1095
26 Keshav Mahavidyalaya 604
27 Kirori Mal College 1400
28 Lady Irwin College 444
29 Lady Shri Ram College for Women 913
30 Lakshmibai College 1554
31 Maharaja Agrasen College 812
32 Maitreyi College 1263
33 Mata Sundri College for Women 1263
34 Miranda House 1026
35 Motilal Nehru College (Day) 1335
36 Motilal Nehru College (Evening) 851
37 PGDAV College 1402
38 PGDAV College (Evening) 867
39 Rajdhani College 1194
40 Ram Lal Anand College 828
41 Ramanujan College 1101
42 Ramjas College 1673
43 Satyawati College 1325
44 Satyawati College (Evening) 1034
45 Shaheed Bhagat Singh College 1192
46 Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College 926
47 Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women 570
48 Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies 57
49 Shivaji College 1441
50 Shri Ram College of Commerce 781
51 Shyam Lal College 1274
52 Shyam Lal College (Evening) 714
53 Shyama Prasad Mukherji College (for Women) 899
54 Sri Aurobindo College (Day) 1214
55 Sri Aurobindo College (Eve.) 617
56 Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce 501
57 Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College 616
58 Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College 826
59 Sri Venkateswara College 1366
60 St. Stephen's College 410
61 Swami Shraddhanand College 1701
62 Vivekananda College 861
63 Zakir Husain Delhi College 1795
64 Zakir Husain Delhi College (Eve.) 595
Total   66,263
 

DU NCWEB Admissions 2022


Female candidates who are unable to pursue full-time studies owing to restrictions such as work or others are eligible for admission to Delhi University. Across the DU institutions that participate in and provide admissions through NCWEB, the varsity offers around 32,000 seats in BA and B.Com courses. As a result, sessions for working female applicants seeking DU NCWEB admissions are held in the evenings, on Saturdays and Sundays, or during DU academic breaks.

DU ECA and Sports Quota Admissions 2022


In merit-based degrees, the University of Delhi grants ECA and Sports quota admissions. ECA and Sports quota seats are not available for courses that are available through an admission examination. According to DU regulation, each Delhi University institution shall set aside 1 to 5% of total seats to support ECA and sports. The seats earmarked for ECA and Sporting quotas, on the other hand, cannot be more than 5% of the total seats and are subject to the sports facilities available at the specific college. Candidates must submit their ECA/Sports certificates via the DU admission site. They must also pay an extra cost of Rs. 100 online.

DU ECA Admission Guidelines

  • Maximum ECA categories that candidates can apply for - 3
  • Concession given to ECA category in DU cut off – 15%
  • Level of trails that are done for ECA category – (2) Preliminary and Final
  • Based on the preliminary trials, candidates are shortlisted for the final trials
  • Certificate evaluation will be done by the ECA Admission Committee only for the candidates who qualify for the final trails
  • The final merit lists will be prepared based on Final Trials (75% weightage) and certificate evaluation (25% weightage).
  • The applicant must secure at least 50% marks in the final trials (38 out of 75) to be eligible for inclusion in the final merit list.
     
Note: New guidelines shall be released soon in regards to the ECA admission via the CUET examination.
 

FAQs

Can I apply for Delhi University 2022 on the basis of academic score?

No, according to the new guidelines released by the UGC, the academic score will only be considered as a minimum eligibility criteria. The candidate will have to attempt the CUET exam. 

When can I apply for Delhi University Application Form?

The Delhi University Application Form will be released from the 1st week of June 2022.

Can I submit my application fee via demand draft or any other method?

No, the application fee will be submitted only through online mode using a debit card/ credit card, etc.
 

If made a mistake in the application form can I make corrections?

Yes, candidates can change or update information through login till the last date of registration with the correction fees of Rs 100.
 

Can I apply for one or more courses?

Yes, candidates can apply for more than one course using the ‘Apply Now’ button.
 

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