The merit list for admission to Delhi University’s (DU) postgraduate (PG) courses will be released soon. The registration of candidates for admission to PG programmes will begin once the merit list will be released.

The merit list will be uploaded on the official website at admission.uod.ac.in.

The classes for first-semester postgraduate courses are scheduled to begin on 1 December. Candidates are informed that for DU PG admissions, the entrance exam result along with the qualifying exam result will be taken into consideration. The merit list will be prepared on the candidates’ CGPA scores.

According to the DU postgraduate information bulletin, the university will consider a candidate’s admission if they clear the entrance, even if the result of their qualifying exam is awaited. However, if a candidate is not able to submit his/her result within the last four days of the deadline, their admission will be cancelled.

For merit-based admission of DU students, CGPA scores will be converted to percentage using this formula:

Final Percentage of marks (%) = CGPA based on all six semesters x 9.56

The final calculated percentage will be considered up to 2 decimal places.

To break ties in booth entrance and merit-based admissions, this rule will be applied:

  • Candidates with higher marks in the qualifying exam will be preferred in the admission list, followed by
  • Candidates with a higher percentage in the final year of the bachelor degree, then the preceding year and so on.
  • If the tie remains, candidates with higher aggregate marks (five subjects including one language) in the Class 12 board examination will be given preference.

Delhi University’s academic calendar has released the dates for the first-semester postgraduate exams which are scheduled to be held between 30 March and 12 April.



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