DU: Score card of post graduate courses released, now admit…



Digital Desk, New Delhi. The admissions for post graduate courses in Delhi University (DU) will be started soon. National Testing Agency has released the score card of the entrance exam conducted for the post graduate courses. According to the National Testing Agency, students can check this score card on the official website of the agency. National Testing Agency has released this score card for many post graduate courses of Delhi University. Apart from viewing the score card, students can also download and print it.

The entrance examinations for admission to post graduate, MPhil and PhD courses in Delhi University were held on September 27, 28, 29 and 30 and October 1. The entrance exam was conducted at exam centers in 27 cities including Delhi-NCR. These entrance examinations of Delhi University were conducted on Computer Based Test based mode. At the same time, the entrance examinations for PhD, MPhil and other postgraduate courses in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) were conducted from September 20 to 23. After this process, new batches and classes of the university will start. The entrance examination and admission process have been delayed due to corona infection.

These exams for JNU were conducted by the National Testing Agency on September 20, 21, 22 and 23. These exams were conducted in more than 115 exam centers located in different states across the country. Delhi University has also started opening in a phased manner. Students have been allowed to come to the university and take classes. However, at present this facility is only for the final year students of Science stream.

According to Delhi University, Science stream students need practical classes. Online classes will continue for all remaining students. Admission to UG courses for the academic year 2021-22 continues through cut-offs as in previous years. This year, admissions are being held for around 70,000 Under Graduate (UG) seats and 20,000 Post Graduate (PG) seats.

(IANS)



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