Eligibility CONDITIONS For Admission

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS The candidate must have passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education or any other equivalent examination recognized by the University of Delhi. The requirements (Subjects and marks) for admission to various courses is as per the table given.

 

RESERVATION OF SEATS (as per the rules of the University of Delhi)

 

15% seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste and 7.5% for Scheduled Tribe candidates. They are required to get themselves registered for admission with Delhi University directly.

 

5% of the seats are reserved for Foreign Students. Foreign Students are required to apply directly to Foreign Students Adviser c/o Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.

 

5% seats are reserved for the children/ widows/ wives of the officers and men of armed forces including para-military personnel (i) killed/disabled in an action during the hostilities (ii) died /were disabled while on duty.  Candidates at the time of admission are required to produce Entitlement Card issued by the Record Officers of the Unit/Regiment of Armed Personnel of the Armed Forces.

 

Not more than 5% of the total number of the seats may be filled on the basis of sports and extra-curricular activities.  The schedule of trials and interviews for admission in these categories will be notified on the College notice board.

 

3% seats are also reserved for the Physically Challenged candidates.  They should get themselves registered at Dean, Students’ Welfare Office (Main Campus), Delhi University.

 

For admissions in OBC category (the OBC status is to be determined on the basis of the Central list of OBCs notified by the Ministry of Social Justice& Empowerment as modified from time to time by the ministry based on the advice of the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC) available at the website of the Commission :http:// ncbc.nic.in / backward-classes/index.html.

 

No candidate belonging to the creamy layer will be to given the benefit of reservation for the OBC. Information is respect of the creamy layer available at  http:// ncbc.nic.in /html/creamy layer.html as well as by the Deptt of personnel & Training on the definition of creamy layer & income criteria at http:// persmin.gov.in/WriteData/WMS/ScanDocument/36033 5 2004 01April2005.htm. 

 

The total number of seats in each course has been increased by 18% for the current academic session (2008-2009) to implement reservation for OBC in a phased manner and also to ensure that the seats available in the unreserved category are not reduced.