DUET means Delhi University Entrance Test. According to reports, admission to Delhi University in 2021 will be based on a combination of 50 percent CUCET and 50 percent board exams.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) holds a DUET entrance exam to grant entry to the University’s various UG and PG programs.
Candidates can get into Engineering, Commerce, Management, Law, and other fields by taking the entrance exam. Admission to UG courses is also focused on qualifying test merit scores. Delhi University all applications submitted for the online mode.
Available on Application Form
Last Date of Application Form
Information about the Delhi University application form for 2021 can be found here:
- The application form will be available online.
- The application form for UG courses (entrance-based) will be available in April 2021, and for UG courses in the third week of May 2021. (merit-based).
- The application form for PG courses will be available in April 2021.
- Fill out all of the necessary fields, such as educational, personal, and contact information.
- In the application form, upload a scanned passport picture and signature.
- Candidates must use the JPG/JPEG format to upload their documents.
- There will be no need to mail the application form in hard copy.
- Take a printout of the completed application form and save it for future use.
For UG Courses
- Merit-based courses for UR/OBC: Rs.550/-
- SC/ST/PwBD/EWS: Rs.100/-
- ECA/Sports (additional fee): Rs.100/-
- Entrance-based course for UR/OBC: Rs.750/-
- Entrance-based course for SC/ST/PwBD/EWS (additional fee): Rs.300/-
For PG Courses
- SC, ST, PwBD & EWS Candidates: Rs.300/-
- UR, OBC & other Candidates: Rs.750/-
- B.Tech: Passed class XII with 60% aggregate and Mathematics as a compulsory subject
- BA Hons Multimedia and Mass Communication: Passed class XII with 75% marks and secured 85% marks in English.
- Journalism (5 Year Integrated Course): Class XII pass with 50% aggregate.
- BA Hons (Humanities and Social Sciences): Class XII pass with 60% aggregate.
- B.A (Hons) Business Economics / BBA Financial Investment Analysis / Bachelor in Management Studies: Maths and English with 60% marks passed 12th standard with two compulsory subjects.
- BSc (Physical Education, Health Education & Sports): Must have passed 12th standard with 45% aggregate or above in the passing examination.
- Masters in Commerce: Must pass B.Com with 50% (General) / 45% (OBC) and 40% (SC / ST)
- Masters in Computer Applications: Bachelor’s degree passed with 60%
- Master of Education: Candidate should have passed with a minimum 50% aggregate (B.Ed., B.B.Ed., B.El.D. or D.L.Ed.)
- Masters of Law: 3/5-year LLB with 50% for General, 45% for OBC & 40% for SC / ST
- Duration of Exam: 2 Hours
- Type of question: Multiple choice questions – Objective.
- Number of questions: 100 questions
- Total Marks: 400 marks
- Negative Marking: 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer
- Marking Scheme: 4 Marks for each correct answer.
Tips for Preparation
Candidates can use the following tips and tricks to help them prepare for the DUET exam:
- Make a detailed schedule and stick to it every day.
- Candidates must review the exam pattern and syllabus before preparing.
- Select the best book or study materials by the most renowned authors.
- Make sure you understand the basics of the topics and jot down some quick notes.
- Examine previous year’s question papers and take practice exams.
- Maintain a safe lifestyle and take care of yourself.
In the last week of May 2021, the admit card will be issued. Candidates can access their Delhi University admit card through the internet. The authority will not give admit cards via the mail or any other means.
Examine all of the information on the DU admit card carefully, including your name, roll number, exam date and time, and location. On the day of the test, candidates must carry their admit cards.
Admit Card (2021)
The answer key will be available on the website in an online mode. After 24 hours, the response key for the Delhi University 2021 examination will be issued. The correct answers to the questions will be included in the answer key.
Candidates will file objections within 48 hours of the release of the DU response key if they find any discrepancies. Candidates can get an approximation of t by looking at the response key.
The results will be made available online. In the last week of June 2021, candidates can review their Delhi University results.
As a result, candidates must carefully review all data, including their name, grades, and roll number. The results will be used to pick candidates for entry. Candidates must print their results and keep them secure for future use.
The Delhi University cutoff will be announced online. Cutoffs for various courses will be announced by the university. To be considered for entry, candidates must achieve the required cut-off points.
Cutoffs would be determined based on a variety of variables, including the exam’s difficulty level, seat availability, and the number of candidates who took the exam.
Admission to Delhi University will be dependent on a number of procedures. Candidates who pass the entrance exam will be invited to an interview or a group discussion.
Candidates will be assigned seats based on the merit list, entrance test grades, document review, and other factors.
Candidates must return to the designated institute with their original papers. Candidates must pay an entrance fee after being assigned a seat.