First things first, you need to fill an online application form generated by the Delhi University in the first or second week of May. Here you have to tick-off (mention) all the courses that you are interested in. You will also have to upload 12th marksheet besides other documents like caste certificate etc. After that sit back and relax, till the cutoff lists for various colleges and courses are released in mid-June which you can check on your UG admission portal. Five cutoff lists are generally released.
For admission in B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering, Best of Four subject marks are required, i.e. Mathematics, one language and two other electives. If you clear the cutoff in your category, you can go to the college to get your documents verified for registration/ admission. You have to fill some forms and attach relevant documents.
Keep checking the official DU website for updates regularly. Also read the Information Bulletin, once available to understand the DU admission process more clearly.
Best of luck.
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The application form of DU B.Tech 2019 will be available tentatively in third week of May. Following is all you need to know about the exam.
It is conducted by the University of delhi, it is a written offline exam with a very small number of seats available. (Around 40)
The application starts tentatively in third week of may and lasts till first week of June. And the exam is conducted in the third week of June. (All dates are tentative)
- Candidates should qualify 10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognised board
- Minimum aggregate percentage is 60% in the four subjects including mathematics. Though this aggregate percentage varies by categories.
- No strict age restrictions. Students can appear after gap year as well.
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We all have heard about DTU (Delhi Technological University) and NSIT (Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology) but these colleges aren't affiliated to University of Delhi anymore. They come under State Government Funded Institutes.
Talking about the college that provides Bachelor of Technology course and is affiliated to the University of Delhi, there is an Institute named Cluster Innovation Centre located at North Campus of Delhi.
There is no Computer Science and Technology branch in this Institute but you can pursue Information Technology which is almost similar to Computer Science and Technology. This institute has only two branches, the other one being Mathematical Innovations.
The total intake of students in both branches is 46. Out of which, 6 seats come under the supernumerary category. The rest 40 seats have a category division as follows:
- General Category – 20 seats
- OBC Category – 11 seats
- SC Category – 6 seats
- ST Category – 3 seats
The admission in this college is through marks scored in Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) exam.
The important dates regarding DUET examination are as follows:
15 April 2019 - 07 May 2019 DUET 2019 Application Form | Mode: Online
15 June 2019 DUET 2019 Admit Card | Mode: Online
17 June 2019 - 22 June 2019 DUET 2019 Examination | Mode: Offline
For more information regarding pattern, eligibility criteria, exam syllabus, exam cutoff etc, you can visit the below-given link:
I hope the above information about admission to the University of Delhi for the Bachelor of Technology course was helpful. For any other query, feel free to contact anytime.
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To get admiasion in BTech for computer science and engineering you need good marks in jee mains. After jee mains you need to apply for JAC, it is counselling for DTU. There are two courses for CSE
Computer engineering (10135 general delhi region closing rank)
Software engineering (14370 general delhi region closing rank)
After counselling you will be alloted seat on basis of rank and choice.
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