DU Admission 2014 – UG FYUP
Admissions to the four year undergraduate degree programme shall be based on the eligibility criterion for Discipline – I (DC-I).
A new undergraduate programme with multiple exit options has been started by University of Delhi from the academic year 2013-14. The following exit options are available to all the students who get admitted to the under graduate programme of University of Delhi, after completion of:
- Two years – Diploma
- Three years – Bachelor Degree
- Four years – Bachelor with Honours / B. Tech.
DU UG FYUP Admission 2014 Quick Links
DU Admission 2014 Important Information and Updates
- Admission Schedule
- Guidelines and Procedure For 2014 Admissions (announced on 13.05.2014)
- Academic Subjects and Procedure for Calculating Best of Four Percentage (announced on 13.05.2014)
- Entrance Tests
- List of Colleges
ECA / Sports Quota Admissions
Delhi University Cut Offs
Delhi University Admission Important Information
The admissions to the following courses (Discipline-I, DC-I): are offered through common pre-admission OMR form.
Arts / Humanities/Commerce : Bachelor with Honours in
Journalism and Mass Communication
Sciences/Applied Sciences/Mathematical Sciences : Bachelor with Honours in
|Computer Science||Electronics||Food Technology||Instrumentation||Polymer Science||Psychological Sciences|
All those who satisfy the Course/Marks conditions laid down in the foregoing sections are eligible to seek admission in the Colleges. For further information with regard to admission to a particular College, the candidates are advised to contact the concerned College.
DU Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP)
A Four Year Undergraduate Programme of studies with multiple degree options to cater to the needs of students with diverse talents and aspirations has been introduced from the academic session 2014. Successful pursuit of the four year programme shall lead to the award of the Bachelor with Honours/ B.Tech. Degree. Students will have the option to pursue a three year programme leading to award of Bachelor degree and the option to pursue a two year programme leading to the award of Associate Bachelor degree. Students who obtain a Bachelor degree or an Associate Bachelor degree shall have the option to re-join the University subject to conditions and within a time frame to continue their studies leading to award of the Bachelor degree or Bachelor with Honours/ B.Tech. degree. The students will get an opportunity to study Foundation/ Core courses covering the Arts, Sciences, Social Sciences and Commerce subjects.The focus of these courses will be to equip the students with appropriate communications skills, Mathematical ability and other skills which are required to face the real challenges of real life through hands on experience. This will enable integral and all-round development of the individuals. All students pursuing the Bachelor with Honours/ B.Tech.degree shall study 20 Discipline-I papers and 6 papers in discipline-II
Students shall make their choice of the second discipline at the commencement of the second year of their studies. Application papers shall be introduced that are grounded in various disciplines and are aimed at helping students in applying knowledge for solving real-world problems. Students shall be expected to study four Application papers. The Application papers shall be included in the first /second/ third years of the programme. In the fourth year of degree course, students shall be expected to pursue two Research based papers/ Innovation projects.
This shall introduce them to the key principles of research methodology in the process of writing a dissertation / doing project work, drawing upon knowledge gained in their first and second disciplines of study. A Value based course (Integrating Mind Body and Heart) shall enable students to reflect upon values and culture. This course will be hands-on, interactive and based on a practitioner approach. The courses will address the key needs and challenges faced by the nation. There will be adequate provision with appropriate methodology for due credit for student participation in Sports/NCC/NSS/ECAs etc. Courses are trans-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary in nature. Peer learning will be promoted and Hands-on learning opportunities will be created. There will be active use of ICT in teaching- learning process. These courses will provide sufficient opportunity for self-discovery and make them better citizens.
Structure of Four Year Undergraduate Programme
|Semester||FoundationCourse||Discipline I||Discipline II*||Applied Course||IMBH/CA|
|7||2+1(Research Methodology and project work)||1||1-CA|
*Students shall opt for Discipline–II (DC-II) at the beginning of the third semester, **Language Course
IMBH: Integrating Mind Body & Heart CA: Cultural Activities include NCC, Sports, NSS, etc.
List of Foundation Courses
- Language, Literature, and Creativity –I (Hindi/Sanskrit/Persian/Arabic/MIL/Indian Literature*)
- Language, Literature, and Creativity –II (English)
- Information Technology
- Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
- Governance and Citizenship
- Philosophy, Psychology, Communication and Life Skills
- Geographic and Socio-Economic Diversity
- Science and Life
- Indian History and Culture
- Building Mathematical Ability
- Environment and Public Health
Only for students who have not studied Hindi/Sanskrit/Persian/Arabic/Punjabi upto 8th class.
List of Documents Required At the Time Of Admission
The applicants shall be required to produce following documents in original with two sets of self-attested photocopies at the time of admission:
- Class X Board Examination Certificate
- Class X Marks-Sheet
- Class XII Marks-Sheet
- Class XII Provisional Certificate/ Original Certificate
- Character Certificate (recent)
- SC/ST Certificate (in the name of the candidate) issued by the competent authority
- OBC (Non- Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Candidate) ) issued by competent authority
- Transfer Certificate from school/ college as well as Migration Certificate from Board/ University are required from those students who have passed senior secondary exam from outside Delhi
- At least two passport size self-attested photographs.
The University will accept self-attested copies of documents/papers provided by the students. It is made clear that if any false attestation/falsified records are detected, the student will be debarred from attending any course in the University/ or its Colleges for next five years and in addition, a criminal case under relevant sections of IPC (viz. 470,471,474 etc.) will be instituted against him/her.