Amidst the tension evolving in the minds of DU aspirants, the University has presented a new ray of hope for students keen in pursuing finance, business and economic courses.
Delhi University has decided to increase the number of seats offered under Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) and BA (Honours) in Business Economics from last year‚Äôs 884 to a whooping number of 1,162.
The admission to these courses is conducted on the basis of performance of students in Joint Admission Test (JAT). Moreover, the university has also done away with group discussion and personal interview from the selection process.
The admission will be strictly based on the performance of candidate in the JAT which is a two-hour long test based on objective-type, multiple-choice questions evaluating the aptitude of the candidates and Class 12 Board marks. The weightage for the entrance exam would be 65% and 35% for the marks scored in Class 12th.
The eligibility of the courses is passing score in 10+2 (or equivalent) examination with aggregate 60% marks (55% for SC/ ST/ WW/ Physically Challenged Categories) in four papers including English and Mathematics.
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