A big change in the Delhi University admission process 2017 was supposed to be taken this year by adding the entrance exam in spite of cutoff list system. But, the Standing Committee of DU has junked up the proposal to add the entrance examination for the admission to Undergraduate Programme by replacing the prevailing cutoff list. The university has already informed Human Resource Development Ministry that will continue with Cut Off List System for Admission to Undergraduate Programme 2017.
Delhi University will continue with Entrance Examination for eight courses that comprise BA Humanities and Social Sciences, BMS, BBE, Bachelor of Elementary Education, BBA, BTech, Bachelor in Multimedia and Mass Communication and Bachelor or Science in Physical Education. In January, The admission panel had communicated that if there will be entrance exam system for Admission, then admission process will commence 2 months prior. (ALSO READ: Delhi University Admissions 2017 to begin early, Registration Forms expected to release by April 20
“DU has informed that it would continue with the admission process which was followed for various undergraduate courses last year. It is not introducing admission through entrance test in any course this year and there are no fresh guidelines in this regard,” a senior HRD Ministry official said.
A senior DU official, who is member of the admissions committee said, “We had made certain recommendations but the varsity has decided not to go ahead with it as the plan requires more feasibility study before it is placed before the statutory bodies.”
The University has already introduced Computer Based Online Registration System from last year for the undergraduate admission process. After registering themselves on DU’s admission portal, the students are required to upload self-attested and scanned copies of their documents after following the instructions and then make the payment online.