DU BMS 2014 admission to give equal weightage on XIIth marks and CET score
The University of Delhi has confirmed that the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) admission for the year 2014 will be conducted through the Common Entrance Test (CET), denying the ongoing controversy of scrapping the exam. According to the University, the Personal Interview round would be scrapped from this year. Dr. Malay Neerav, Joint Dean of Students’ Welfare and Media Coordinator, says, “This year, the BMS admission would be based on 2 components with equal weightage, the Common Entrance Test score and the score of XIIth Board Exam. From this year, the university has decided to do away with the Personal Interview round.”
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Both CET score and XIIth Board exam marks would be given equal weightage of 50%. Till last year, the admission took place on the basis of CET scores, Class XII marks and Personal Interview and the components were given 50%, 30% and 20% weightages respectively. According to Dr. Neerav, the decision to scrap the Personal Interview round was taken to make the admission process transparent and to reduce subjectivity.
Other institutes conducting BBA admissions 2014 include the following.
- Click here to download the application form of Mody University of Science and Technology, Sikar
- Click here to download the application form of RICS School of Built Environment, Noida
- Click here to download the application form of FMS, Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad
For any doubts and queries on DU BMS CET 2014 admission, dial the DU BMS Helpline Number 011 40 360 360.
DU BMS CET 2013 was conducted by Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi. The institute had created the committee which recommended the cancellation of the exam which was opposed by the 6 colleges offering BMS. “The dates and the details of the admission procedure for BMS 2014 would be finalized by the university soon.” mentions Dr. Neerav.
Last year the DU BMS CET was held on June 26, 2013 which was taken by around 16,000 candidates.
There are 6 colleges under the university which offer the BMS programme and constitute 840 seats. The colleges are:
Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
Maharaja Agrasen College
College of Vocational Studies
B R Ambedkar College
In 2013, Delhi University had introduced a common undergraduate management programme, Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) in lieu of Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS), Bachelor of Financial Investment and Analysis (BFIA) and BA (honours) in Business Economics, which were offered earlier as separate programmes. The duration of the BMS programme is 4 years.
DU BMS CET is an objective type test of 100 multiple choice questions of 2 hours duration. There are 4 sections, Quantitative Ability, Reasoning & Analytical Ability, General English and Business & General Awareness. Each correct question carries 3 marks and there is negative marking of 1 mark for each wrong answer. The total marks of the exam is 300. It is expected that the pattern will remain similar to last year.
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du jat exam dene k liye class 12th me 60% marks hone jruri hn ya English mths or other two subjects me 60+ marks hone jruri hn?
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When will DU JAT 2021 application release??
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