2017 Delhi University Cut-off list BA BSc BCom Admission Courses

By | September 17, 2012

Delhi University Graduate Courses Admission Procedure 2017-2018

The Delhi University was established in year 1922. Central Legislative Act was liable for establishment of the Delhi University. During that time, the Delhi University had merely three institutes below Delhi University including Hindu College, Ramjas College, and St. Stephens College. All three colleges are still part of Delhi University and it now has over 75 colleges. The University is having 16 faculties and 86 academic departments.

All colleges come under the Delhi University are part of North Campus of Delhi University or in South campus of Delhi I University. Both these places are accessible by ISBT and metro, the transportation and travel is not an obstacle for students while joining any institute associated with Delhi University.

Delhi University: Forms and Cut-off list

The courses accomplished at graduate level may not be sufficient for the job criteria for in today’s universal industry. As a result, the Delhi University provides vocation courses that can availed via correspondence courses through School for the Open Learning.

Different faculties of Delhi University include Arts, Physical Rehabilitation, Medical Sciences, Social Sciences, Business Studies and Commerce, Science, Interdisciplinary and Applied Sciences, Education, Unani and Ayurvedic Medicine, University of Delhi Law, Faculty of Law, Mathematical Science including Operation Research, Computer Science, and FMS management studies. Delhi University also has fine arts, music, and technology at the Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology.

The admission forms for Delhi University are accessible at different centers like published by Delhi University. After the admissions in the Delhi University colleges are ended, Delhi University publishes a list of cut-off marks for the students. The admissions of Delhi University for graduate as well as post graduate courses are given providing same procedure. Although, any person applying to the Delhi University courses will have to fulfill all the eligibility criteria for the colleges they are applying for. This is the basic admission procedure of the Delhi University for graduate courses.