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Some Common Queries on Admission to DU & IPU

May 29, 2020,


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  1. What is CET?

Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test (IPU CET) is a University-Level Entrance Exam organized by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU). It is an online exam held for admission to UG & PG programs in the field of Engineering, Medical, Dental, Law, and Management.

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  1. How does counselling take place during admission?

Counselling in the admission process involves allotment of colleges to the candidates as per their choice on the basis of merit.

Selection of College

To take part in counselling the candidate must checkout the previous year’s cut-off of last rank intakes of respective college which he/she prefers or desires. Then he/she needs to compare it to his/her rank in the entrance test. This comparison will help him/her select those colleges in which the probability of his/her admission is highest.

Registration for Counselling

The Counselling of IP University is held online for some programmes and offline for the rest. After the declaration of the Entrance Test Results, short listed candidates are called for Counselling during which the admission procedures are conducted. Candidates are required to deposit a Counselling participation fee of Rs. 1000 (non-refundable) at the time of registration for counselling. The candidate will have to register himself/herself online. The University will ask him/her to fill choices of colleges he/she wants. Now, keeping in mind the cut-off rank which he/she compared in step 1 above, he/she has to fill her/his choice of college.  Your preferences of choice of college will help you to get admission into a good college. Make sure the college you choose has a good placement record, is close to your home, offers extra-curricular activities and within your rank. The candidates are expected to fill college choices carefully

Counselling Process

IP University Counselling is conducted in three rounds and includes steps like choice filling, seat allotment, fees payment, freezing of allotment and withdrawal of admission. Some programmes have online counselling rounds while the rest hold the counselling rounds offline. In case of any vacancy after the main Counselling, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University holds spot counselling as well.

If you have got admission in the college you wanted than freeze the seat else move for the sliding. Sliding means you will have to appear in the next round of counselling (this does not guarantee your admission to the college of your choice). Take a wise decision.

Counselling is done strictly on the basis of merit starting from the first rank against vacant seats.

Candidate who attended first counselling may also attend the second round of counselling, but they have to pay counselling fees of Rs. 1,000 for each round of counselling.

A candidate who fails to appear in person on the notified date and time of counselling, shall forfeit his/her claim for the seat which could have been offered to him/her, had he/she been present on his/her turn.

  1. What is Management Quota?

Management Quota is a government authorized mechanism provided to private or deemed University by which students can secure Direct Admission in an institute.

Management Quota is only applicable in Self-Financing Institutions because they don’t receive any grants from the government. Hence, government allows private Institutes to fill 15% of their seat through management/NRI Quota Seats.

85% of the seats are filled on merit basis and the remaining 15% seats can be filled by the management of that institute. However, there is an eligibility criteria for the management Quota Seats as well.

  1. Which are the Colleges in IPU?

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  1. How is Best of 4 Calculated in DU?
  • The three academic/elective subjects chosen by the candidate in DU Admission must include the one in which admission is being required. If the candidate fails to do so, it will lead to a deduction of 2.5 percent imposed on the ‘best four’ percentage calculated.
  • If a candidate does not include subjects given in List A (provided below) of DU Admission in best four than a candidate will have to face a deduction of 2.5 percent for each subject.
  • For admission to Honors in any language programme in DU, the candidate will be given an advantage of 2 percent in the ‘best four’ this will only be given to those who have studied that particular elective language in the examination.
  • Best-of-four calculation for BA Hons in journalism and mass communication for the students who want to apply for this course in DU Admission, mass media studies is to be treated as the academic subject.
  • The subject ‘information practices’ will be considered equivalent to Computer Science for admission to B.SC. (hons.) in computer science only.
  • Biology, Biotechnology and Business studies will be considered as academic/elective subjects.
  • Business Mathematics will be treated as equivalent to Mathematics for admission to B. Com (H)/B. Com only.
  • Legal Studies will be treated at par with academic / elective subjects for the purpose of admission to BA (H) Political Science.
  • Accountancy will be treated as equivalent to commerce as subjects.

LIST A

Arabic

Bengali

Botany

Commerce

Com. Science

Economics

French 

Geography

Geology

Hindi 

History

Home science

Mathematics

Music

Persian

Phy. Education

Physics

Pol science         

Punjabi  

Sanskrit

Sociology

Statistics

Urdu 

Zoology

  1. What are the Courses for Commerce students – Maths and Non Maths?
  • Some courses for Commerce Students with maths after class 12
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.)
  • Bachelor of Economics
  • B.Com in Accounting & Taxation
  • Advance Diploma in Banking and Finance + Bachelor of Commerce [B.COM]
  • B.Com - Accounting
  • B.Com. (Professional)
  • B.Com in Finance
  • B.Com in Professional International Accounting and Finance
  • B.Com Hons +MBA (Dual Degree)
  • B.Com - Statistics
  • B.Com in Economic Administration and Financial Management
  • B.Com (Hons.) Accounting and Finance
  • B.Com (Computerized Accounting)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.COM)
  • B.Com (Hons.) Taxation
  • B.Com in Accounting and Taxation
  • Bachelor in Finance and Investment Analysis
  • B.Com (Hons.) – Accountancy
  • B.Com. in Management Accounting and International Finance
  • Some courses for Commerce Students without maths after class 12
  • B.Com- Bachelor of Commerce
  • BBA
  • Bachelor of Law
  • BMS- Bachelor of Management studies
  • CA
  • CS- Company secretary
  • Bachelor of Foreign Trade
  • BBA in Travel and Tourism Management
  • BBA in Event Management
  • BHMCT
  1. What is an EWS Certificate?

EWS stands for Economically Weaker Section.

For getting an EWS Certificate the candidate needs an Income and Asset Certificate which is in the name of your father/mother/guardian.

The EWS Certificate should be in the name of the candidate and can be availed by producing the Income and Asset Certificate to the competent authority.

  1. Do I need to renew my Caste Certificate before submitting it for admission?
  • Your SC certificate will be valid until it is cancelled by the government. If you change your religion it will be cancelled. You don't have to renew it.
  • You will have to renew your OBC non creamy layer certificate as gets expired every year. The validity of the OBC certificate Non Creamy Layer is just for one year. OBC certificate has to be renewed each year
  1. What are the documents that I need to carry for admission?

Take a Photocopy of all the documents listed below. On the photocopy of each document, the applicant must sign and write “self-attested”. Scan all these self-attested copies and keep them saved on the device on which you’ll fill the online registration form.

  • Passport size photograph of the applicant.
  • Scanned signature of the applicant.
  • Self -Attested Class X certificate/mark sheet containing Date of Birth.
  • Self -Attested Class XII Mark Sheet, if results have been announced. (In case the Marksheet has not been issued by the Board, a self-attested copy of the Marksheet downloaded from the respective Board’s website should be uploaded).
  • SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) issued by the competent authority.
  • OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) issued on or after March 31, 2020. The OBC caste must be included in Central list issued by the Government of India. http://ncbc.nic.in
  • EWS Certificate issued by SDM certifying the applicant can claim reservation under this category, dated March 31, 2020 or later.
  • Self-attested copies of Sports and/or ECA certificates, if applying under these categories.

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