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OPEN DAYS: AT A GLANCE A
 DAY BEFORE THE CBSE RESULTS, THE SECOND OPEN DAY THREW UP QUESTIONS ON
THE ADMISSION PROCESS, ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS AND NEW COURSES
THE BASIC QUESTIONS
   
How can we apply for BTech in innovation in maths and IT offered by DU’s Cluster Innovation Centre?
Only
 those students who have taken admission in the first year in DU will be
 considered for this BTech course. There will be an entrance test and
the schedule may be out after the third cutoff list
    Can a candidate fill both online and offline forms for admission?
Submitting
 either online or printed form is enough. There is no need to go for
both. But forms will not be rejected if submitted through both modes
    Do we need to fill individual forms of colleges?
No college is allowed to come out with its own form. Only centralized forms will be accepted
    Will the centralized form include sports and ECA quota?
Candidates will have to apply individually to colleges to avail quota for sports and extracurricular activities. Every college reserves 3% seats for sports and ECA in every course
    When can we get the form to apply for a hostel seat?
Hostel forms will be available in colleges after the admissions start. Hostel seats are allotted strictly on merit
    Will admissions begin on the day cutoffs are released?
Yes.
 This year, eligible candidates can start confirming admissions on the
same day. Admissions will be done over three days after every cutoff
list. The admissions will not be on first come-first-serve basis
    How do we calculate best of four marks to see if we meet the cutoff?
Best
 of four includes a language and three academic subjects. For science
courses, best of three marks — physics, chemistry and maths/biology —
are considered
    Will admissions for BTech in humanities also start in June?
DU
 is still planning to start this course from this year. However, it is
yet to be approved by the academic and executive councils
    What is the difference between BBE and BA (honours) economics?
BBE
 is an applied course which prepares students to take up corporate jobs
after graduation. BA (honours) economics also attracts lucrative job
offers but the course is more exhaustive and research-oriented.
Admission to BBE is through an entrance test scheduled on June 3
    How is bachelor of mass media and mass communication different from BA (honours) journalism?
BMMMC
 covers different branches of media like PR and advertising, new media.
It is offered only in IP College for Women. BA (honours) journalism
focuses primarily on news media and is available in five DU colleges
    Is meeting the cutoff enough for gaining admission in a college?
All
 colleges have their own eligibility criteria for different courses
which are usually available in DU prospectus. Besides meeting cutoffs,
candidates should also meet additional criteria like deduction of marks
of science and commerce for admission to BA (honours) economics
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[CLASS XII]IMPORTANT QUESTIONS BEING ASKED : OPEN DAYS: AT A GLANCE
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2012, 09:16:05 pm »
Q& A OF THE DAY

1



Is the online submission of DU form equivalent to



offline submission Do we need to submit anything offline after filling the form online  

You can opt for any mode of form submission as per your convenience.Applications in both modes,online and offline are equivalent.Once you apply online there is no need to apply offline |

 



2



How do we calculate the percentage marks for taking



admission in science stream Should we include marks of all 5 subjects or only PCM/PCB  

Best of four includes a language and three academics subjects.For science courses,best of three marks are considered i.e.physics,chemistry and maths or Biology |

 



3



Is there any relaxation for



science students seeking admission in B Com (Hons) |

The cutoff percentage for you will be a bit higher since you dont belong to the commerce stream and do not have the required background for the course |

 
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[CLASS XII]IMPORTANT QUESTIONS BEING ASKED : OPEN DAYS: AT A GLANCE
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2012, 10:20:55 pm »
Q&A OF THE DAY
1 If the cutoff for a particular course in a college is 93–98%, can anyone having marks in that range claim admission? Or is it different for different streams?
The
 range of 93-98% is about different subject combinations or streams used
 for calculating the aggregate of best four subjects. The higher
percentage is for candidates who are from a different stream/ background
 than the course they are seeking admission to
EXPERT
2 Can a student with commerce background take admission in BSc (computers) in DU?
For
 BSc (H), the candidate must have passed Class 12 examinations in
arts/commerce/ science subjects & secured more than 60% in
mathematics and more than 55% in aggregate of 4 subjects, including
mathematics, one language and two other academic subjects. The admission
 will be based on the aggregate of marks scored in best 3 academic
subjects, including mathematics. The students who have studied physics,
chemistry and mathematics in Class 12 will be given 5% additional
weightage in admissions
EXPERT
3 What are the future prospects of BSc computer science? Am I likely to get placed if I pursue this course from DU?
This
 course is specially designed for students looking for a career in
computers. You can pursue further studies in MSc or MCA or MCM and
follow it up through research or take up jobs such as trainee
programmers in the IT Industry. Also, Delhi University has a centralized
 placement cell that can help you get placed |
« Last Edit: June 05, 2012, 10:21:10 pm by DPSC »

 

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