The centralized registration for Delhi University’s postgraduate courses will start from April 1 and continue till April 30. An entrance test will follow soon after. Except the departments offering inter-disciplinary or professional courses, all other departments will reserve 50 % of the total intake to be filled with students from the DU and the rest through an entrance test besides an interview.
The registration and entrance tests for PG courses of School of Open Learning and Non Collegiate Women Education Board will be conducted by the respective departments. Other procedures for admission will be conducted at their own level, though.
It is the respective departments that will conduct registration and entrance tests for PG courses of School of Open Learning and the non collegiate Women Education Board. But the other procedures for admission will be conducted at their own level. The departments and the faculties are being asked to upload the answer keys of the MCQ entrance within 24 hours of conclusion of the examinations.
The Delhi University duly notified the procedure for registration/admission to the postgraduate courses on March 19, 2015. All candidates shall apply online for admission to different postgraduate/master’s courses through the common web portal. Every department has been asked to indicate the total number of seats and also the supernumerary seats available for every category of candidates like persons with disability, foreign students, sports, etc.
A common information bulletin for online registration will be brought out by Delhi University and no department/faculty will bring out the printed bulletin. While there will be an entrance test for the indirect admissions, if the departments/faculties decide to hold the group discussions (GD).
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