1. ‘All courses’: Whenever you fill the form,make sure you don’t choose a specific subject. Always go for opting ‘All courses.’Because DU being a university,offers several courses that relates to one single faculty curriculum, with slight variations in it’s structure. Example- B.Com (prog.) and B.Com (hons.)
2. Course vs. College: It is a well known fact that all the DU colleges are overly fascinating when it comes to their environment as well as people. But, it’s a ‘been there, done that’ kind of advice that one should always have a well off cogency regarding the choice of a course over a college. Because the college is just for 3 years but the course will be your future for a lifetime. Even if you are not getting the subject within your percentage,and that makes you leave DU, then go for preferring that,since it’s a matter of your career.
3. Curriculum: While opting for admissions for a particular course,always check the curriculum of the course and a that it includes. Because the school level curricula and the one taught in college may vary drastically. Example: B.A(hons.) English, B.A(hons.) Economics etc.
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