Special Admission Drive by Delhi School Of Journalism To Take Place Tomorrow
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Delhi School of Journalism will conduct a special admission drive on Friday, August 24th for reserve category candidates for admission to Five Year Integrated Program (FYIP) in Journalism.Reserved seats will be filled on Friday through on the spot allotment.Applicants who have registered for admissions and taken the entrance are eligible to apply.

DSJ still has some vacancies in both Hindi and English medium for its reserved seats as well.There are five vacant seats available for the students who want to study in English Medium, and eleven seats available for the Hindi Medium students, (eight for the SC, ST category and three for the OBC category candidates).For persons with disability category, all candidates who have appeared for the entrance and secured a rank are eligible.However, no fresh registration is allowed for any category.

Applicants would need to bring their original certificates for verification during the allotment.They should also get a copy of their relevant certificates.

The candidates, who need to appear in person, will be called according to their rank.But the reporting time is 12 noon. According to officials, the admission is going to take place strictly on the basis of ranks and availability of seats at the time of admission.

The candidates shifting from another college will have to submit their original certificates within the stipulated time after the provisional admission. Otherwise, the admission will be cancelled.

Once the admission has been approved, the candidate will see a fee link on the admission portal. The fees will have to be paid before Saturday noon.A waiting list will also be released.

Delhi University last year introduced journalism as a five-year integrated programme in two languages – English and Hindi, at their newly established Delhi School of Journalism.In this course, students will be given an option of leaving the college after three years with a bachelor’s degree or continue for the next two years and will be granted a Masters degree in Journalism.

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