Ever since the competition has become very hard-hitting, students are bestowing their hundred percent at preparation for their admission in under graduate program in good and reputed universities. Once your Board Results are out, the next step is to grab a seat at your favorite University. And, in case of Delhi University, the quicker you apply, better are the scopes.
Delhi University is one of the most glorified and reputed Education Institutes in the country. Claiming a seat there can be quite a job task. For every school pass out student and their parents this is going to be a new experience and exposure. Admission procedure in Delhi University is quite tough with lot of running around to do. Hence, it is absolutely necessary to arrange everything ahead of the application time. Therefore, here are the following aspects you need to check before the marks are out;
- Go through the Admission Procedure
Remember the registration date both online and offline. Each college has different submission time. There are 8 cut offs with an interval of 3 days. Students have to submit their application within these three days.
- Decide your subjects – select the best 4
BFS or Best Four Subjects’ percentage is required for admission (one language and 2 academic subjects and 1 subject based on which admission is sought)
- Keeps the documents required ready
- Original and Photocopies of 10th and 12th mark sheets
- Original and Photocopies of Provisional, Conduct and Passing certificates (10th and 12th)
- Transfer Certificates from the school
- More than 12 passport size photographs
- OBC and
- SC/ST certificates
- Sports Quota admission
If you have valid certificate of excellence from your previous school in any academic sports, then you can apply through Sports/ ECA Quota wherein you will be levied from the cut off marks.
- Think of the bigger picture
Finally, get clarity on the course and college you want to spend your three years with. You should know what you are looking for in the future and discuss the matter with your parents and mentor.