"While an entrance examination is a mandatory process to ensure level a playing field and transparency in the process, it must take the path of CAT (IIM entrance) rather than the path of the IITJEE. The areas that could get covered would include aptitude based questions to test your numerical ability, logical reasoning, decision making, English comprehension and general awareness."
Delhi University being one of the premier universities across the country happens to be a dream career destination of most of the students. The university has produced global leaders, leading sportsmen, eminent managers and distinguished personalities over the years. To maintain academic excellence, the University board has come up with entrance exams for its various UG courses.
It seems that the University board wants to weed out unwanted students being admitted to the University and hence has come up with the idea of introducing entrance examinations. The idea of conducting an all India entrance for Delhi University has already been discussed with the Ministry of Human Resource Development. The final statement is expected to come out in a few weeks.
A: The registrations will begin in March-end and continue till June-mid.
A: Registrations will be done online. Students have to register on the official website of the Delhi University.
A: Students will have to upload self-attested and scanned copies of their documents while filling their details. When the Board result is declared, they can submit their form with the marks.
A:The test would be objective type.
A: The areas that could get covered would include aptitude based questions to evaluate candidate's numerical ability, logical reasoning, decision making, English comprehension and general awareness.
A: Due to high cut-offs every year, students with extremely high marks get the opportunity to study in prestigious colleges of the Delhi University. If the entrance test is implemented, it will make a fair judgement, as board exams marks will not be the sole indicator to assess the merit of a person.
A: The ratio of entrance test to Board marks would be 80:20.The entrance test is likely to be of 80 marks and 20 marks would be kept for assessing the CBSE marks of the particular subject in which the student will appear for the test.
A: Needless to say, class XII Board marks are important even if they are not the sole criteria for admission. As per the proposal by DU, 20 marks would be assigned to the CBSE marks of the particular subject.
Delhi University or DU, established in 1922, is one of the leading universities of the country. There are about 77 colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi, spread out all over Delhi. There are two main campuses of the University: the North Campus & the South Campus. The honours programmes offered by the varsity for a wide spectrum of subjects are highly sought after by students from all over the country.