Written byRamya Patelkhana ·
The University of Delhi is one of the country's most desired educational institutions; every year, it attracts lakhs of students, including those from science stream.
Here are some popular DU courses for PCM students.
Delhi University offers the Bachelor of Technology course for those interested in engineering.
The university's Cluster Innovation Centre offers BTech in Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations (ITMI) while Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies offers BTech in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE).
DU also offers three-year Bachelor of Science (both General and Honors) in various subjects.
PCM students can go for courses like BSc (Gen/Hons) Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Statistics, Physical Science/Applied Physical Sciences, Applied Science, Anthropology, Home Science, Industrial Chemistry, and Physical Education, Health Education & Sports Sciences.
Other interesting and tech-related courses include BSc (Gen/Hons) Computer Science, Electronics, Instrumentation, Polymer Science, and Food Technology.
Delhi University also offers a three-year BA. Programme (Application and Discipline Courses) in Computer Science, which is another interesting course PCM students can opt for. Candidates with minimum aggregate of 50% in Class-12 (or equivalent from recognized boards) are eligible; admission is based on cut-offs.
BCom courses are among Delhi University's most popular courses.
While PCM students with a minimum of 40% marks are eligible for BCom (General), those who have secured at least 45% marks and passed Mathematics/Business Mathematics are eligible for BCom (Honors).
DU also offers BA (Hons.) Business Economics for which PCM students with 60% marks in four papers, including Math and English, are eligible.
Delhi University also offers business and management related courses like Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) and Bachelor of Business Administration-Financial Investment Analysis (BBA-FIA).
PCM students with a minimum of 60% score in four subjects including, English and Mathematics, in Class-12 are eligible for these courses. Admission is done through the Joint Admission Test (JAT) followed by Group Discussion/Personal Interview.
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