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Delhi University releases revised eligibility criteria for UG courses

New Delhi: Following the order of the court, the University of Delhi has uploaded the revised eligibility criteria for the admission to the undergraduate course in the varsity of 2019-20 for academic session in a PDF version on its official website. According to information mentioned in it, aspirants who scored 45 percent in their class 12 examination can apply for Bachelor of Arts (BA) excluding the vocational courses and student with 40 percent can opt for Bachelor of Commerce. Further, for B.Sc (Mathematics/Statistics) applicants who have scored 50 percent marks in Mathematics and an aggregate of 45 percent in the qualifying examination can fill the application form.

The new eligibility norms of DU Admission 2019 was released against the scrapped rule, which mandated applicants to score a minimum of 55 percent marks in class 12 result. The official notification concerning revised eligibility criteria for DU Admission 2019 can be read by browsing the Delhi University official website. The University of Delhi has also extended the application process for undergraduate courses till June 22 on complying with order of Delhi High Court. Earlier, the last day for submission of application form was June 14.

"It is also to notify to all the applicants seeking admissions to various undergraduate (UG) courses for the academic session 2019-2020 at the University of Delhi that the Registration Portal ( neither calculate any marks for the "Best Four" subjects nor for any other purpose. Only the marks on pro-rata basis are shown. There is no 'On-line Calculator'; however, 'Eligibility Check Tool' will be implemented at the time of Admissions.

The official said that following the step at website, browse the banner headline reading on " corrigendum: Eligibility Criteria for UG admission 2019-20 and later on the new window with revised eligibility criteria will open in PDF." He also added that aspirant need to download and save a copy of the revised eligibility for future reference.

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