College of Vocational Studies Admission 2021: 2nd Special Drive Cutoff (Out), Registration, Process, Eligibility, Dates ,Sheikh Sarai

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College of Vocational Studies 2nd Special Drive cutoff 2021 RELEASED on November 24. College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, offers a wide range of UG, vocational and add on courses. UG admission to College of Vocational Studies is completely based on the merit of Class 12 except for BMS programme which offers admission via DUJAT (conducted by NTA). Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, DU admission process for 2021 has been delayed. The registration for UG courses for the 2021-22 academic batch for all DU colleges started on August 2 and the last date to register was August 31, 2021. Stay tuned to this page for more updates regarding College of Vocational Studies admission 2021. 

College of Vocational Studies, DU offers 15 UG and vocational programmes to the students across Science, Arts, Management and Commerce streams. It includes courses such as BCom (Hons), BA (Hons), BMS and BSc (Hons).

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  1. College of Vocational Studies Admission 2021: Highlights
  2. College of Vocational Studies 2nd Special Drive Cut off 2021: RELEASED 
  3. College of Vocational Studies Admission Dates 2021

College of Vocational Studies Admission 2021: Highlights

The admission process 2021 for College of Vocational Studies is completely online. Interested students are required to fill in the common application form of DU and then wait for the release of the cutoffs. After the cutoff is out, those who are eligible must apply for the desired college (wherever qualified) via online mode followed by fee payment. Tabulated below are the top courses offered by College of Vocational Studies, Delhi University, along with their selection criteria and fee:

Course Name

Selection Criteria

Total Fee

BA (Hons)

(Application Closed)

Selection: Merit of Class 12

Eligibility: Class 12 with a minimum 45% aggregate

Rs 30,450

BSc (Hons)

(Application Closed)

Selection: Merit of Class 12

Eligibility: Class 12 with a minimum 55% aggregate

Rs 1.23 lakh

BVoc

Selection: Merit of Class 12

Eligibility: Class 12 with a minimum 40% aggregate

Rs 30,450

BMS

(Application Closed)

Selection: DU JAT

Eligibility: Class 12 with a minimum 60% aggregate

Rs 30,450

BCom (Hons)

(Application Closed)

Selection: Merit of Class 12

Eligibility: Class 12 with a minimum 45% aggregate

Rs 30,450

NOTE: The above total fee is as per the 2020 prospectus available on the official website. Also, it is calculated using the first-year fee available in the 2020 prospectus. Hence, is indicative. The fee for 2021 academic batch might vary. 

College of Vocational Studies 2nd Special Drive Cut off 2021: RELEASED 

Delhi University and its affiliated colleges released a 2nd Special Drive Cut off 2021 to fill up the remaining vacant seats. Before this, Delhi University had announced a cut off under Special Drive on November 13. Under the second special drive, candidates can apply for admission on November 25 and November 26. College of Vocational Studies released the 2nd special drive merit list on its official website and selected candidates have the time from November 27 to November 30 to make payments. Those who could not seek admission or had canceled their admission during the preceding cut-offs but meet any of the preceding and first special drive may be considered for admission under the second drive provided seats are available in the category. Check out the General category 2nd Special Drive cutoff 2021 for College of Vocational Studies for the General category in the following table:

Course General Category 2nd Special Drive Cutoff 2021 (in %)
BA (Hons) Economics 91
BA (Hons) History 90
BA (Hons) English 91
Human Resource Management 89
Other Courses  Closed 

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College of Vocational Studies Admission Dates 2021

Tabulated below are the important dates regarding admission to all the UG courses offered by the College of Vocational Studies:

PAST EVENTS

College of Vocational Studies third cutoff 2021

16 Oct '21

College of Vocational Studies second cutoff 2021

9 Oct '21

College of Vocational Studies first cutoff 2021

1 Oct '21

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4.1

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4.2
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4.4
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Gauri Shibu | B.A. (Hons.) in History - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 27 Sep 2021
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4.2
Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
It is a good and reasonable college.

Placements: There is no such internship or placement for the history course. Our college offers an internship and placement for other courses. The placement cell is not good. Before 2012, it did not even have a placement cell. I suggest you do not expect good placements from the college.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of our college is amazing, and you will have everything needful. The Wi-Fi facility is not good. Classrooms are amazing with beautiful infrastructure and environment. There is an amazing library where you ...

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DEEPANSHU SHUKLA | B.A. (Voc.) in Marketing Management and Retail Business - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 18 Sep 2021
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Review of College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi.

Placements: I don't know how many students got placed or their packages. But I know that the placement cell is good. They regularly update the students regarding the placements, which in my opinion, is a quite great thing.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure is quite good, and the campus has a good environment with greenery. The college has good labs, classrooms, Wi-Fi, a good computer lab, a good library, buildings etc. I don't know about hostels, mess or canteen. From what I heard, sports and games are well supported.

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Vishal Pandey | B.A. (Voc.) in Tourism Management - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 22 Aug 2021
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4.2
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
I think it's one of the best college of Delhi University for vocational courses.

Placements: More than 60% of students were placed in our courses. The highest package was offered is 5.1 lac, the lowest was 1.9 lac, and on average, it might be 2.2 lac. The companies which were recruiting are MakeMyTrip, Tresvista, Vistara, etc. Students were offered jobs as business analyst, in the BPO sector, and as travel package planners.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of our college is not the top-class level but all its drawbacks could be ignored. We have a library in which you will get every types of books. The...

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Subal dutta | B.A. (Voc.) in Tourism Management - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 4 Aug 2021
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Good placements, clean faculty and nice facilities and good crowd.

Placements: Good placements and many societies to take part in and many clubs and events are there which u can join and enjoy your college life. Very helpful teachers are there and there are many internship opportunities for students which will give them experience.

Infrastructure: Clean faculty and good infrastructure and very good facilities for students to enjoy college life and very good crowd. College have canteen, ground, library and nice rooms, very good teachers for good guidance to students there are co curricular...

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Siddharth Asija | B.A. (Voc.) in Marketing Management and Retail Business - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 2 Aug 2021
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4.6
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Review of College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi.

Placements: Sixth-semester students are offered campus placements. Many top names in the industrial world visit the college like Tata, Byju's, Make my Trip, Furlenco, etc. The highest salary package offered was more than 7 LPA with average packages offered around 4 LPA in the marketing profile. Around 70% of the students get a placement out of which 40% can achieve more than the average package.

Infrastructure: The college doesn't offer any hostel facility, but the overall infrastructure is great. It has a small canteen on its campus too. College also has a 2-floor library, and it is pretty huge and is capable of fulfilling the books and journal requirements of students. Washrooms are pretty well connected from classrooms, and some classrooms have air conditioning facilities too. College believes that as much as curricular activities are important, and sports are equally necessary and thus offer quite ...

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How do I get admission for B.A. English honours in CVS College?

Reply to Annu singh

Can I pursue MBA in Canada or USA after doing B.A. Voc in Management and Marketing of Insurance from College of Vocational Studies.

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Vinty Tanwar

Guide-Level 13

a month ago

Sure you can pursue MBA from these two countries after your graduation in B.A. Voc.

Actually iam 2020 passedout but due to supplies I passed in the year 2021 iam i eligible for take CAT exam

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Vinty Tanwar

Guide-Level 13

2 months ago

After clearing your supplement exam, one can be eligible for CAT

Which college is best for B.Com (Hons) 1. Satyawati college, 2. college of vocational studies, 3. Dyal singh college, 4. Ramlal anand.

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Kshitiz Jangir

Contributor-Level 9

3 months ago

Out of the above-given options, I would select Satyawati College. However, I would like to suggest you a better option for Chandigarh University. Widely regarded as one of the best Commerce Colleges in Punjab, India, the University School of Business nurtures a new generation of commerce graduate...Out of the above-given options, I would select Satyawati College. However, I would like to suggest you a better option for Chandigarh University. Widely regarded as one of the best Commerce Colleges in Punjab, India, the University School of Business nurtures a new generation of commerce graduates who can deliver outstanding results in the evolving sector through their hard work and integrity. At USB, a principled and performance-ready workforce is cultivated under the effective mentoring of corporate leaders. Innovative academic delivery and experiential learning have led USB to earn unprecedented international recognition. With a faculty team renowned for its corporate experience and academic credentials, USB delivers the best in Commerce teaching & research methodologies.

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SUMIT

Contributor-Level 9

3 months ago

For B.Com (Hons) I would like to recommend you Chandigarh university. I would like to recommend you Chandigarh university. Chandigarh University is a NAAC-A+ university, Chandigarh university provides the best placements and facilities. Every year top companies visit cu and recruit students. Chan...For B.Com (Hons) I would like to recommend you Chandigarh university. I would like to recommend you Chandigarh university. Chandigarh University is a NAAC-A+ university, Chandigarh university provides the best placements and facilities. Every year top companies visit cu and recruit students. Chandigarh University is a full-fledged university established under state legislature and approved by UGC. Chandigarh University has beautiful campus.
Chandigarh University provides various scholarships
Chandigarh university filled 900 patents. The highest package offered to cu students is 52,11 LPA.
Chandigarh university signed MOU with more than 300 universities.
Chandigarh University provides a semester exchange facility.

Can I get admission my 12 th class percentage is 88.25

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Devyani Solanki

Contributor-Level 9

4 months ago

Yes with that of percentage you will get admission but may need to wait for later cutoffs.

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