Delhi University Begins its Admissions from 1st July

July 4, 2014 | A. Jain

The havoc in India’s well known University finally came to an end with Delhi University’s roll back of the row over controversial FYUP (four year undergraduate programme). With this, the University started with its much awaited admissions which commenced from July 1st onwards for the academic session 2014-15. According to the guidelines set by Delhi University, the first cut off list has already been declared on Monday evening and the eligible students could take admission wherever they meet the criteria till July 3rd.

With SRCC being the first one to declare the cut off:




College offices were buzzing with queries on Sunday also with colleges making the transition process from four year undergraduate programme to three year course smooth.

With this change in programme, the additional eligibility criteria which was done away with is now been brought back. A committee of 12 members has been set up to take important decisions and bring further changes in the guidelines and procedures which have been approved by the VC Prof. Dinesh Singh.

Over 2.7 lakh students applied for admission under FYUP which has been scrapped now for over 54000 seats in 64 colleges of the varsity.

Delhi University has also decided to discontinue with its B.Tech and Bachelor in Management studies (BMS) courses and no fresh admissions will be held in these two courses. As stated by S.N Lakshmi, President of the Principle’s Committee for guidelines, new admissions to B.Tech and BMS courses will not take place as they were not in existence in 2012-2013.

Those who took admissions to the six B.Tech courses that were being introduced last year staged protests outside the HRD Ministry demanding that these six courses should not be scrapped.

Around 2500 students have already completed a year in these streams.


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