Delhi University (DU) on Monday began its admission process for 72 postgraduate courses. Candidates seeking admission to PG/Master’s courses can now register themselves online on the DU website. Once registered, candidates can use their login details to fill the form.
All the aspirants of PG, M Phil and PhD courses must register online at http://admission.du.ac.in/pg2017 with a fee of Rs 500 for general and OBC category and Rs 250 for SC/ST and Persons with Disabilities (PwD).
Admissions would be based on two modes – 50 percent total intake of students will be based on the merit basis, whereas, remaining 50 percent shall be filled through offline entrance examination in six centres: Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Kolkata, Nagpur and Varanasi between 1 and 6 July.
While M Phil and PhD aspirants who have a fellowship from UGC or CSIR or NET or any central government institutes need not have to take up entrance exam, those who do not have it should appear for the entrance exam.
However, both the category of students should appear for the interview.
Results of the entrance exam will be released between July 7 and July 12 after which selected candidates will be called for a group discussion/interview, if any, between July 12 and July 14. The first list of candidates selected for admission will be released on July 16.
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