Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) is conducted by Delhi University for various courses offered by it and where admission is not done merely based on class XII marks. Delhi University. Delhi University in collaboration with National Testing Agency conducts the Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) every year for admissions to the following under- graduate courses:
For the courses listed above, the University conducts different entrance exams.
Registration: Interested candidates must register for the DUET based on the course of interest on Delhi University portal.
Admit Card: Admit card will be released by Delhi University ten days before the scheduled date of the exam. Download the admit card as per the instructions given.
DUET: Write the entrance exam on the scheduled date and time.
While DUET has a standard format for the different exams, the syllabus and composition of questions will vary for each of the courses.
|Name of the Exam||Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET)|
|Mode of Exam||Computer Based Test (CBT)|
|Time Allowed||120 min|
|Number of Questions||100|
The eligibility criteria vary for each of the courses under DUET. The minimum eligibility criteria for each of the courses are:
An aggregate of 50% or more marks in the qualifying examination, and with a minimum of 50% marks in each of the “Best Four” subjects. The Best Four subjects may include: One subject from English/Hindi (core or elective) and three other subjects from the following: any one language (offered by CBSE or its equivalent board at 10+2 level); Biology; Physics; Chemistry; Mathematics; Economics; History; Political Science; Geography; Sociology; Philosophy; Psychology; Business Studies/Accountancy.
One subject from English/Hindi (Core or Elective), two other subjects from any one language (other than that chosen in list I, offered by CBSE or its equivalent board at 10+2 level); Biology; Physics; Chemistry; Mathematics; Economics; History; Political Science; Geography; Sociology; Philosophy; Psychology; Business Studies/Accountancy and Any other subject (other than those mentioned above) in class XII offered by CBSE or its equivalent board. Not more than two languages (whether core or elective) will be considered for the purpose of eligibility for “Best Four” subjects together. For the purpose of eligibility not more than two subjects will be considered from the following: Commerce, Business Studies, Accountancy, Informatics Practice and Computer Application.
Selection/Admission will be based on the combined weighted average of percentage scored in the Entrance Test and Sports proficiency where the weightages are:
Entrance test 50%
Sports Proficiency Award 50%.
An aggregate of 50% or more marks determined on the basis of all five subjects offered in the qualifying examination.
|DUET 2020 Registration starts||20 June 2020|
|DUET 2020 Registration Closes||31 July 2020|
|DUET 2020 Admit Card Release||TBA|
|DUET 2020 Exams||6 September-11 September 2020|
|DUET 2020 Results||TBA|