DU Admissions 2019 : BA Programme To Have Different Cutoffs ; Paytm To Be Accepted For Online Payment

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Delhi University will have different cutoffs for different subject combinations of BA programme.

College will have a separate cut-off for the course, but it will release a list of percentage points required for admission according to the disciplines students apply for.

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While filling the application form, a calculator would also help applicants evaluate the best of four percentage for the course they opt.

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“Students otherwise calculate their best of four with the subjects they have scored the maximum in. But every course has different criteria, which may or may not allow one to include marks in a particular subject, either because there is another subject which is compulsory for the course or because they are just not eligible for the course as they haven’t studied it in class 12th,” a teacher said.

Delhi University will also allow the candidates to make online payment of admission form through Bhim and Paytm.

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Kumari Shivanjali
I'm a student of economics at Kamala Nehru college , a council member of my department and a member Of Nupur ( Indian classical and folk dance society of my college) .I love dancing , writing peoms and ya of course exploring the places where I go.

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