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Asked on 20 June, 2018

I secured 94.25% in my best of four subjects. I belong to OBC category and want to get admission in SRCC for economics. Will I get admission?

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In DU's first cut-off list 2018, the percentage cut-off for BA(Hons.) Economics from SRCC for OBC category is 96.75%. So, according to this, you cannot apply for an admission in SRCC in this course as of now but you can wait and check for subsequent cut-offs. For the first cut-off list, you can check this link.

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

I want to pursue a certificate course along with my graduation in DU. Is it possible?

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Yes, many colleges offer part-time certificate courses in office management, foreign languages etc. However, it is advisable not to enroll yourself in any of these during the 1st year. In the first year, you may first try to understand how your regular course works and you can then plan about your certificate course accordingly.

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

I have done my 12th from ISC Delhi. Will I get an advantage of being from Delhi at the time of admissions?

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No, there is no advantage for having studied in Delhi.

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

Do I have to be present in-person on the day of admission?

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It is mandatory for the Candidate to be present on the day of admission in the college along with the desired documents/certificates.

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

Can I take admission in two different courses or same course in two different colleges after the declaration of a cut off?

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No, you cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or same courses in different colleges. In case you take admission in two places, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

Once I have taken admission in a particular subject, can I change my subject during the course of study or after completing the first year?

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Once you're admitted in a particular subject, you can change your subject only before the last date of admission provided you have applied for that course in your online registration form, meeting the requisite cut-off and provided seats are available. You cannot change your subject during the course of study or after completing the first year of your study.

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

When would the document verification take place after the declaration of first cut-off?

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After the declaration of the first cut-off list, the Document verification, approval of admission and payment of the fee would take place from 19.06.2018 (Tuesday) to 21.06.2018 (Thursday).

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

What is the schedule for DU's subsequent cut-offs?

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DU's cut-off schedule is as follows- Notification of Second Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges 25.06.2018 (Monday), Notification of Third Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges (if any) 30.06.2018 (Saturday), Notification of Fourth Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges (if any) 06.07.2018 (Friday), Notification of fifth Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges (if any) 12.07.2018 (Thursday).

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

When is DU's second cut-off coming?

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The notification of Second Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges would be announced by DU on 25.06.2018 (Monday).

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

What is the process of admissions after the declaration of cut-offs?

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The first step would be to check if you satisfy the cut-off criteria or not to take admission. The candidate then should login to his/her portal and select the appropriate Course and College to generate the Admission application form. The applicant should then proceed to the college for admission with the required set of original documents. For more details, check this link.

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Asked on 19 June, 2018

Will there be normalization for JAT 2018?

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JAT 2018- [BMS/BBA (FIA) & B.A. (Hons.) Business Economic) shall be conducted on 22-June-2018 in two shifts. The question papers of each shift will be different to give a fair and level competition. This may lead to slight differences in difficulty level on each shift. To ensure that comparison of marks is fair, marks will be normalized by using the EquiPercentile Equating procedure. More.

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