As per the varsity website, the entrance tests for Delhi University admissions into nine undergraduate courses, are scheduled to begin next week.
The nine courses include; Bachelor of Management Studies, B.A Honours Humanities and Social, B.Tech (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations)Sciences , B.A Honours Business Economics, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Elementary Education, B.Sc in Physical Education, Health Education and Sports, B.A Honours Multimedia and Mass Communications and a five-year Integrated Programme in Journalism.
According to reports, 81,000 candidates have applied for these courses.The National Testing Agency will be conducting the tests from next week onward and the registered applicants can download their admit cards from the DU website.
The maximum number of applicants were recorded under the following three courses; Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Business Administration and BA Honours Business Economics. The three courses are scheduled to hold their entrance tests together on one common day, July 6.
BTech (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations), holds the second highest score of applicants. A total of 12,760 candidates have applied for the 44 seats in the Cluster Innovation Centre.
Delhi School of Journalism recorded a dip in the total number of applicants as compared to last year’s numbers, where only 8,303 candidates have applied for the Five-Year Integrated Programme.
However, courses like Bachelor of Elementary Education and BA (Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences received only 10,957 and 10,849 applications respectively.
The written test will have multiple-choice type questions with four marks for each correct answer and minus 1 mark for each wrong answer.