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Vivekananda College Admission 2024: Eligibility, Application, Fees, Selection

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Q:   Can I get into Vivekananda College without CUET?

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No, Vivekananda College admission to all the courses, i.e., undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, is entrance-based. While this DU-affiliated college accepts CUET UG exam for admission to its undergraduate courses, such as BA, BCom, BSc and MA, admission to all the postgraduate courses is subject to the CUET- PG exam starting admission 2023. Vivekananda College along with DU started accepting CUET UG starting 2022 and the CUET PG from 2023 session onward. Before this, admission to undergraduate was based on merit in Class 12 and PG admission was mostly subject to DUET exam previously conducted by DU.

 

Q:   Who is eligible for Vivekananda College admission?

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Admission to all the Vivekananda College courses is entrance-based. While Vivekananda College accepts CUET UG exam for admission to its undergraduate courses, admission to all the PG programmes will be subject to the CUET- PG exam starting admission 2023. The institute along with DU started accepting CUET UG starting 2022 and the CUET PG from 2023 session onward. Before this, admission to UG was based on merit in Class 12 and PG admission was mostly subject to DUET exam previously conducted by DU. The eligibility requirements for all the popular programmes offered by the college are tabulated below:

Course Name

Eligibility & Selection Criteria

BA

Class 12

BCom

Class 12

BSc

Class 12

MA

Graduation

 

Vivekananda College
B.A. Admissions 2024

16 courses 3 years
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540 - 40.2K

iconEligibility Criteria

  • 10+2 with 40% aggregate
  • Accepting Exams: CUET, CBSE 12th

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DatesPast Events
15 May '24 - 31 May '24
CUET 2024 Exam
24 May '24
CUET 2024 Environmental Studies Exam Date
24 May '24
CUET 2024 Performing Arts Exam Date
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Vivekananda College Application Process 2024

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Q:   How to apply for Vivekananda College DU UG and PG CSAS registration?

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Candidates can check the step-by-step process for Vivekananda College DU UG and PG CSAS registration mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit the official CSAS portal of DU (UG or PG depending on the course level a student is seeking to get into) and register as a new user. 

Step 2: Fill out the preference of Vivekananda College and course combinations. This portal will be used until the admission process of the candidate is not completed. 

Step 3: There is a one-time CSAS UG and CUET PG-2024 application fee that students are required to pay to get into any DU affiliated college, such as Vivekananda College. This fee is non-refundable.

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CSAS UG & PG - 2024 Application Fee  

UR/OBC-NCL/EWS  

INR 250

SC/ST/PwBD  

INR 100 



 

Q:   Is there a way to apply to Vivekananda College offline?

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No, there is no offline method of application at Vivekananda College. All the candidates must apply through the centralised entrance exam's official website, i.e., the official websites of CUET UG and CUET PG exam. After the COVID years and after the introduction of CUET UG and CUET PG for admission to Vivekananda College and other DU-affiliated colleges, the application process has shifted full-time to the online mode. Candidates can register on the official websites of the respective exam, fill out the online application forms, pay the course-wise application fee and appear for the exam to become eligible. For final admission, shortlisted and pass-out students of CUET UG and CUET PG are required to register on the CSAS portal for final admission and seat allocation process.  

 

Vivekananda College
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3.8/5
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Placement Review IconPlacements2.8
Infrastructure Review IconInfrastructure3.9
Faculty Review IconFaculty & Course4.2
Crowd Review IconCampus Life3.7
Money Review IconValue for Money4.2
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There is a placement cell in our college which provides job opportunities to the students of the final year.
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Students were offered jobs in the accounts department and business administration department, But, the college doesn't have any placement cell.
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Bachelor of Arts - Batch of 2020
3.8
2Placements4Infrastructure5Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
No placement facilities, good infrastructure and basic amenities, really good staff and faculty.
Placements: No idea about other courses, but there were no placement facilities for students pursuing B.A. Prog. Most of the students who pursued B.A. Prog ended up opting for higher education or got themselves placed in some BPO. In both cases, the college had nothing to do with it.
Infrastructure: Wi-Fi was usually slow. We had a lab for food technology, which was always kept clean and tidy by the staff and the students. A wide range of books related to all the courses were available. Classrooms were huge enough to accommodate all the students of that particular course. Proper ventilation was there.
Faculty: Most of the teachers were very helpful, kind, and knowledgeable. Many teachers were so experienced and experts in their respective fields that they shared in-depth knowledge about the particular topic. And the curriculum was relevant. For example, curriculum content taught in food technology helped many students to open a bakery of their own.
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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) - Batch of 2022
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Much satisfied with the teaching quality.
Placements: In my course, 20% of students were placed. In my course, I think 70–80% of students got internships. The average annual salary was nearly 3 to 4 lakhs. You can access jobs offered through my college. You can get a job through the campus placement cell.
Infrastructure: My course had everything, like Wi-Fi and labs, along with good, clean, well-maintained rooms. There was also a large library where anyone could find any book on any subject. Computer labs were also there, which had computers, and one of them also had computers, which we could practice.
Faculty: Teachers were well qualified and helpful too; they were always there to clear your doubts in our doubt class and all of them had good experience in teaching and good knowledge in their respective areas of teaching. They had good communication skills, too. Their behavior towards students was also good.
Other: I chose B.Com. because I had taken commerce in my 12th grade and was ready to make a career in the commerce stream. Every event in my college was fun; there was a lot of campus crowd. Scholarships for students were also available for those who performed really well in academics and sports. I think they need to improve their hygiene only in their canteen.
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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) - Batch of 2027
2.6
3Placements2Infrastructure3Faculty3Crowd & Campus Life2Value for Money
Utterly dissatisfied because of the faculty.
Placements: The placements are not really good here. Only the top student gets placement which is only one student per department. Therefore only 2% of students are placed. Also the highest salary package offered is 3 - 4 Lacs per annum. Top recruiting companies do not visit our campus.
Infrastructure: First lets start off with the good things. They have computer labs on each floor (fully AC). The library is also small and cosy. You can find all required books here. There is a photostat shop right in front of the college. The classes vary in sizes. Some are too narrow and small and some are big. Also the washrooms are really bad and small. They don't have basketball court.
Faculty: The old teachers are good but the new ones are not recruited yet. The studies have not started yet ( it's been half a month ). All other colleges have started covering their syllabus. Teachers don't come in classes on time. The conditions are really bad.
Other: I am doing B.Com honours in this college. I choose this course because I like accounts and want to do MBA in future. The feels is minimal ( 50000rs) for 4 years. I would like better teachers in my course. The college crowd is good ( all girls) but gets are not. That great.
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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) - Batch of 2027
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Story of vivekananda mahila college.
Placements: There are few placements my course anyway and being an off campus college there are very few placements in my college. Maximum students got internship from my course because being an government college it gives internship opportunities to almost all students.
Infrastructure: There are good infrastructure in my college. Also there is a gym. Students are not provided with Wi-Fi also the network connection is very poor in classes. Library have almost all books and classes are good. There is no cleanliness in washrooms. My college provide hostels. The canteen food is not very tasty. There is no medical facilities provided by my college to students.
Faculty: Some teachers are helpful and appreciate students while some teachers use to motivate students. They even don't clear doubts of students. Teachers are knowledgeable and qualified as well. Semesters exams are medium level, to score a good CGPA yuu to study very hard.
Other: I have chosen this course because it will help me in CA as want to pursue CA and the course syllabus are somewhere similar in CA. I wish if there would be more placements as there few or negligible placements iny college. Events and fests are very good.
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B.A. (Hons.) in Hindi - Batch of 2021
3.6
2Placements4Infrastructure4Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
Graduated in 2021, Campus life is great.
Placements: Placements are negligible, or we can say nonexistent, from the campus. The course is not job-oriented, and there is no active placement cell. Students often pursue further studies as the course does not lead to industry-level jobs. Many students in this course prepare for competitive exams instead.
Infrastructure: The college has a well-stocked library with plenty of good reading material. Classrooms are neat and tidy, contributing to a good learning environment. The campus is well-structured, and the overall infrastructure looks marvelous. Hostel rooms are also nice and tidy, and books can be borrowed from the library.
Faculty: The teachers are very helpful, qualified, and knowledgeable, with many of them having studied at some of the most reputed institutions in India. While the curriculum is well-structured, it is not job-oriented. Students typically need to pursue further studies or take up competitive exams for job opportunities.
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Vivekananda College Admission 2024 FAQs

Q:   What is the fee of Vivekananda College?

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The following table provides the admission criteria for all the popular Vivekananda College courses along with their total tuition fee. This fee, however, is collated from various sources on the internet. Hence, is indicative.

Course Name

Total Tuition Fee

BA

INR 540 - INR 40,200

BCom

INR 540

BSc

INR 540

MA

INR 432

 

Q:   How can I get admission in Vivekananda College?

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In 2022, Vivekananda College (like all DU affiliated colleges) adopted CUET UG exam for admission to its undergraduate courses. Vivekananda College admission 2023 for UG courses (as per DU) will be through Common Seat Allocation System of the University of Delhi. But, at first, it is necessary that aspirants opt for DU during CUET form filling and later apply on the CSAS portal to be eligible for admission. The admission process after CUET result declaration is explained below:

Step 1: After the declaration of the CUET UG exam, register on the DU CSAS portal in multiple phases.

Step 2: Submit Vivekananda College + Course combination preferences in the order of priority on the CSAS dashboard. Here student must select their preferred course and college as the option. 

Step 3: The University has released the dates for three DU CSAS Seat Allocation Lists which will be out on August 1, August 10 and August 22, 2023, respectively for all categories. 

Step 4: Once the candidate "Accept" the provisionally allocated seat, the Vivekananda College will verify the eligibility and documents uploaded by the candidate online. The college has an option to 'Accept' or 'Reject' the admission of the student basis the verification. 

Step 5: Once Vivekananda College accords the approval, candidates will have to pay the 'Admission Fee' to confirm their seat. 

 

Q:   Is there any seat reservation criteria followed by Vivekananda College?

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At Vivekananda College, more than 70% of seats are reserved for various reserved category students. A breakup for the same is mentioned in the below table:

Category

Percentage Reservation of Seats at Vivekananda College

SC/ST

22.5%

15% for SC and 7.5% for ST (interchangeable, if necessary)

OBC (non-creamy layer, central list)

27%

Economically Weaker Section (EWS)

10%

Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwD)

5%

Children/Widows of personnel of the Armed Forces (CW)

5%

Wards of Kashmiri Migrants

5%



 

Q:   Can I choose only 3 subjects in CUET UG for Vivekananda College admission in 2024?

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No, an applicant can choose a maximum of 10 courses of each university for the CUET UG test. The application fee also varies according to the number of programmes selected. The different slabs of CUET UG 2024 application fees are three programmes, seven programmes and 10 programmes. During the CUET 2024 application correction window, students can change the courses or increase or decrease the selected courses.

As per guidelines released by DU (affiliating university of Vivekananda College, candidates must take DU CUET 2024 only in subjects that they have cleared in Class 12. There are a total of 13 languages in which a student can appear for CUET UG 2024. These include Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Odiya, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi, English, Hindi and Urdu. The subject choice of student seeking to get into Vivekananda College must be in accordance with the interested courses a student wants to pursue.

 
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