BA Honours / BA Programme / B Com. Honours / B Com.
A Candidate mush have passed:
- The Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto or the 2 year Pre University examination after 10 years of schooling at an Indian University recognized as equivalent thereto.
The Intermediate Examination of an Indian University/Board or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
- The Indian School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Council of Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi.
- The General Certificate of Education, U.K. with pass in one subject at the Ordinary level and at least two subjects at the Advanced level. These two advanced courses my be chosen from among the five Ordinary level subjects or from outside this group as prescribed by the University.
No application for admission to the Degree Course will be entertained in respect of candidates belonging to Examining Bodies other than those specified above without the production of an Eligibility Certificate issued by the University.
Scheduled Caste and Scheculed Tribe Candidates.
Candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes are required to register their names in the University on the dates announced by the University. They will be admitted on production of the Admit Card issued by the University and other Original Certificates. The Caste Certificate must be in the name of the student concerned only, wherever applicable.
Physically Challenged Students
3% seats are reserved for physically/visually disabled students. They must register themselves at the office of the Dean, Students Wekfare at the North Campus, who will forward their names to the College.
Each course has a certain number of seats (as specified by the University) reserved for non-creamy layer OBC candidates, who will be admitted at a maximum of 10% below the cut off percentage for general candidates. Students seeking admission must have the OBC non-creamy layer certificate in their own name.
Admission on the Basis of Sports
Admission on the basis of Sports will be finalized by the College on the recommendations of the Admission Committee. The Committee will screen the applicants through interview and ascertain the competence of the candidates though actual trials in the sports field. Admission seekers on the basis of sports are required to be present in the ground by 8:30 a.m. together with their sports kit and certificates on the specified dates of trials. An undertaking will have to be signed by all the students admitted on the basis of sports that they will practice regularly and need to be present in the field at 7:00 a.m. sharp and that they will participate in all matches and sports activities of the College. 75% attendance in sports is mandatory for every student admitted through the sports quota. Those who fail to do so, even on medical grounds, will not be allowed to sit for the Annual Examination. The College has every right to get a medical examination of such student done by the medical officer authorized by the Collges. 5% of the total seats are reserved for admission on sports basis.
- The aggregate marks are determined on the basis of a core language and best of three elective subjects. The college reserves the right to select the three best elective subjects for the purpose of determining the elegibility of a candidate to the various courses.
- Within the University norms, the Admission Committee can fix its own criteria for various courses on the recommendation of the Departments.
- Subjects like Fine Arts, Painting, Beauty Culture and other vocational courses will not be counted in determining the aggregate except for Sanskrit Honours and Hindi Honours. However, Home Science is counted for students seeking admission to the BA Programme with FCW and Music for students seeking admission to the BA Programme with Music. Also, if a candidate has 75% and above in Political Scuebce or History with other voctional subjects, she will be considered for admission into Political Science Honours and History Honours respectively.
- Relaxation in the minimum marks required will be given to those seeking admission to the BA Programme with Sanskrit, Punjabi and Music provided they fulfil the admission criteria other than the cut off percentage. They will not be allowed to change their subjects under any circumstances after they have been given admission.
- The minimum eligibility marks do not ensure admission in any course.
- Rounding off of a fraction of a mark is not permissible in any course.
- The OBC status of a candidate will be determined only on the basic of the Central list of OBCs notified by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment available on the website of the Commission. (http://ncbc.nic.in/backwardclass/index.htm)