DU PG Admissions 2020 begins today: Here’s all you need to know from admission process to the tie-breaker rules
- The admission process for post-graduation courses began today (November 18) at the Delhi University.
- The post-graduation admission at Delhi University will be held for 54 PG programmes.
- Here’s all you need to know about the admission process and how to apply for DU PG Admissions 2020.
Here’s how to apply for DU PG Admissions 2020:
|Process||Date & Time|
|Admission against 1st Merit List||November 18 to 20 (10 am to 5 pm)|
|Last day of payment against 1st Merit List||November 23 (11:59 pm)|
|Admissions against 2nd Merit List||November 25 to 27 (10 am to 5 pm)|
|Last day of payment against 2nd Merit List||November 30 (11:59 pm)|
|Commencement of Classes||December 1|
|Admission against 3rd Merit List||December 2 to 4 (10 am to 5 pm)|
|Last day of payment against 3rd Merit List||December 7 (11:59 pm)|
Here’s all you need to know about the admission process:
- The post-graduation admission at Delhi University will be held for 54 PG programmes. The candidates can check the complete list of programmes here.
- The postgraduate merit list, for entrance based admissions, will be prepared based on the results of DUET 2020 entrance test conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA), irrespective of their final year results.
- Merit-based admission is offered to only those who have completed the qualifying examination from the University of Delhi. The admission list will be prepared based on the marks entered by the applicant on the portal. Students of the University of Delhi under the Choice Based Credit System must calculate their percentage using the formula as given on their dashboard.
- The DU students who applied only for entrance based admission will also be eligible to take part in merit-based admission.
In case of Tie in the Qualifying Examination marks, tie-breakers in the following order of preference will be applied.
- Candidates with a higher percentage in Qualifying Examination as mentioned in the eligibility criteria will be given preference.
- Candidates with a higher percentage in the final year of bachelor degree will be given preference, then the preceding year and so on.
- Candidates having higher aggregate marks (five subjects, including one language) in class XII Board examination will be given preference.
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