The University of Delhi has invited applications for PhD program in history commencing in 2016. Applicants can submit their applications to the Department of History with a copy of the synopsis on the topic of the proposed research.Continue reading
Delhi University has notified that a separate entrance exam for the admission in MBBS/BDS will not be conducted in 2016. The admission will be made on the basis of AIPMT 2016 conducted by CBSE. Medicine aspirants must appear in AIPMT exam to be eligible for admissions under 85% DU quota in BDS/MBBS 2016.Continue reading
Delhi University is looking forward to increase the intakes for its undergraduate programmes in next academic session. It is the first time during the period of 8 years, when DU has decided to increase the admission seats for undergraduate courses.
Students of Delhi University are going to find submission of transcripts to a University or an MNC very easy. Delhi University is planning on making transcripts available online. Students only have to register using the enrollment number given by the exam branch and pay online. Upon registration, the University will provide a PIN (Personal Identification Number) to the students.
Delhi University has invited applications to facilitate the admission process to its MBA (master of Business Administration) programme conducted by Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) for the upcoming academic session 2016.
Delhi University (DU) has introduced a toll-free helpline to facilitate the counseling process for the students. This facility is provided by the university to eliminate the physical and mental stress faced by the students and teachers during the counselling process.
Delhi University has started the admission process for its Ph.D programs for the upcoming session. The university is offering the Doctor of Philosophy programs in various disciplines including Genetics, Botany, Department of Environmental Studies, Plant Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Interested and eligible candidates can apply to the prescribed format.
Delhi University has invited the applications for Ph.D. programmes for the upcoming academic year. A two-year Doctor of Philosophy course in Law is being offered by the Faculty of Law under the University. Candidates wishing to apply for the programme need to apply according to the prescribed format of the University, on or before September 24, 2015.
The eleventh cutoff list for the undergraduate courses offered by the Delhi University for the academic year 2015 was released today at 9 am. Lists for commerce, science and arts have been published on the official website of the university.
August 6th 2015 saw the release of 10th cut-off list declared by Delhi University for pending admissions for numerous undergraduate programmes. The admission process took its flight yesterday itself, and many colleges are looking forward to fill up the vacant seats.
The ninth cut-off, for the admissions to undergraduate courses offered by colleges in Delhi University, has been released today, August 3, 2015, by the university. Eleven cutoffs shall be released by the university for the academic session 2015.
The University of Delhi, New Delhi (DU) has taken some steps to help the students stand back on their foot, hereby providing them a chance to deliver better.
As the case is much hyped, AIPMT 2015 was again conducted on July 25 under strict surveillance, due to its cancellation for alleged charges related to circulation of answer sheets and paper leak.
A racket facilitating fake admissions in top Delhi University colleges has been busted on Thursday by the Delhi Police Crime Branch.
Apart from direct admissions, there are quota admissions held under the supervision of colleges under Delhi University.
Delhi University has carried out another notification for students who want to pursue their PhD degree. According to the latest news, students will be provided with time duration of six and a half years to complete their PhD degree from DU.
The seventh cutoff list for the undergraduate courses has been released by the Delhi University on July 24. Political Science, B.Com, English and History courses are still open for admissions while the rest of the courses have been closed.