Executive Council passes resolution authorising Delhi University to use CUET for postgraduate admissions.

Delhi University will accept postgraduate applications through Common University Entrance Test . The Executive Council passed a resolution on this topic on Thursday .

From the next academic year, the Delhi University will accept postgraduate applications through the Common University Entrance Test.On Thursday, the Executive Council passed a resolution on this topic.Last month, the university's Academic Council accepted a proposal to overhaul the admissions process for postgraduate courses.According to the new system, 50% of admissions are made entirely by students who obtained their bachelors degrees from the university based on merit in their qualifying examinations.

Free Download!Dont Miss: CUET Cut Off 2022 (UR-OBC-SC-ST).Go to www.tinyurl.com/ DU Admissions Process Also see:Divisional DU Admissions Process.Check Now A 10-member committee established to propose a route for PG admissions from 2023-2024 proposed a change in the admission pattern of postgraduate programs.

Seema Das, a council member, reported that the Executive Council has agreed to accept PG admissions through CUET, with half of the seats remaining under merit-based admission for DU students, according to Seema Das.The committee suggested that admission to all postgraduate courses would be conducted via a single window system, where the National Testing Agency (NTA) would conduct the Common University Entrance Test (CUET-PG) as is currently done for other Central Universities with effect from the Academic Session 2023-24 for all groups who wish to apply for admission to the university.For those candidates who pass the CUET-PG and those who are not in the other category of candidates who have previously appeared in the postgraduate entrance exam, separate merit lists will be prepared.Also Read: Priority will be given to the number of candidates who appeared in the DU entrance exam when preparing the merit list.

Also Read The remaining 50% of seats will be filled by the previously-unpopular group of applicants who were allowed to apply for admission by obtaining an approved bachelors degree from the University of Delhi.The University Grants Commission (UGC) introduced the CUET for postgraduate courses earlier this year.The CUET PG exam was chosen by a total of 66 universities, including central, state, and private colleges.Delhi University is one of the universities that have opted out of the entrance test and are accepting admissions to the PG courses as per the existing procedures.

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