DU PG admission 2024 registration starts at du.ac.in on April 25; criteria

Delhi University will start registration for UG programme in mid-May on the basis of CUET UG 2024.


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Delhi University will offer admission to MA, MSc, MCom, LLM, and other programmes. (Image: Official)Delhi University will offer admission to MA, MSc, MCom, LLM, and other programmes. (Image: Official)

Divyansh | April 19, 2024 | 02:39 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Delhi University will start registration for DU postgraduate (PG) admission 2024 on the official website, du.ac.in, on April 25. As per reports, the DU undergraduate (UG) admission 2024 will likely begin in mid-May. The admission process will be held through the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal.

Delhi University will conduct the PG admission on the basis of CUET (PG) 2024 scores while undergraduate admission will be held on the basis of CUET UC 2024 scores. Upon completion of the registration process, Delhi University will release the PG seat allocation list and allotted courses. Following this, students allotted seats will have to accept, freeze or exit the registration process. The college will verify the online application and applicants will be asked to pay admission fee to finalise their seats. Last year, DU conducted five rounds of PG counselling including spot admission and mop-up round.

Delhi University will offer admission to MA, MSc, MCom, LLM, and other programmes. The list of postgraduate programmes is available in the DU PG information brochure 2024 on the official site.

Also read CUET PG Result 2024 Out: DU, Jamia, JNU, BHU admission processes; courses, websites, dates

DU PG admission criteria

The Delhi University will conduct eight rounds of DU PG admission:

  • CUET PG entrance-based admission: A total of 50% of seats in various PG courses of Delhi university-affiliated colleges will be filled through the help of the CUET PG entrance test followed by a group discussion and personal interview round to assess the students on their knowledge and understanding in the applied programme.
  • Direct admission: Remaining 50% of seats will be based on the merit and the marks scored by the candidates in the last qualifying examination. The facility is restricted to only the students of Delhi University colleges.

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