DU Admissions 2017 : How To Apply Under Sikh Minority Quota In Delhi University

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The registrations for admissions at Under Graduate level will close on 12th June 2017.There is a separate quota for admission of Sikh students in Delhi University’s four Sikh minority colleges. These four colleges are run by the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) and are were given the status of a minority college few years back by the Delhi High Court. The admission is centralized but there are is additional criteria which should be kept in mind while applying for admission under these colleges under the Sikh quota.

Colleges providing admission under Sikh quota in Delhi University are-

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1 .Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce

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2. Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College

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3. Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College

4. Mata Sundri College For Women

The above mentioned 4 colleges have reservation for the Sikh minority students.These colleges have 50% seats reserved for students belonging to the Sikh community.


The students who have the Sikh minority certificate issued by the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) can apply for admission under this criteria.

These are the complete guidelines which should be noted if you are aspiring to take admission in these colleges under Sikh minority quota-

-Firstly you should be eligible to apply under Sikh minority quota. That is, you should have the certificate issued by the DSGMC.

-After confirming the eligibility,you are required to register on the Delhi University’s main website and fill the common admission form.

-After registering on the Delhi University’s website and receiving the receipt, you are require to register on a common portal for the Khalsa colleges made for this purpose.The link is https://dukhalsacolleges.com/

-Fill the form on the Khalsa website and make the payment.

-At the time of admission the student will be required to bring the receipts of the registration along with the certificate to college.

Remember that the additional criteria for certificate and registration on the common khalsa colleges portal is only required to be done by the students aspiring for admission under Sikh minority quota not by the General,SC, ST and OBC students.

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