The University of Delhi will publish the first selection list for undergraduate courses by October 1. Details here


The University of Delhi will likely release its first selection list for undergraduate courses by October 1, a senior official said on Tuesday. Previously, DU had planned to release the first cut-off list between September 8 and 10.

The official said: “By then, the results of the CBSE compartment exam, elective exams and upgrade will in all likelihood be reported and the NEET, JEE exams would also be completed by then.”

“We plan to start by October 1. Since October 2 and 3 are a public holiday, we will begin the admissions process by October 4,” said Professor Pinki Sharma, Dean of Admissions.

Meanwhile, on August 5, the university noted, according to official data, more than 1.10 lakh students registered for undergraduate courses on its admission portal in just three days.

The portal went live on August 2 and the registration process for nearly 70,000 places for UG courses will close on August 31.

DU recognizes all boards that are recognized UGC, COBSE, Ministry of Education

On an issue relating to the recognition of different school boards, officials said the DU recognizes all boards recognized by the University Grants Commission, the Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE) and the Ministry of Education.

On the COBSE portal, it is possible to check whether a panel is acceptable or not.

An official also informed the newsletter about the conversion of IB and Cambridge University grades. “In due course, an equivalency table will be posted on the website. The university’s equivalency committee will decide which subjects from other committees will be equivalent to which subjects from the CBSE and this will help students when they need to. calculate the marks, ”he added.

The senior faculty member also said that an automatic calculator on the portal will calculate theoretical and practical scores in a 70:30 report in case the boards do not give scores in that report.

“For subjects like drawing, the theory / practice ratio will be the reverse which is 30:70. As a result, it will be calculated,” he added.

(With contributions from agencies)

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