Delhi University Entrance Exam (DUET) application forms to now be released on April 2

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New Delhi, Updated on Mar 2, 2020 10:57 IST

The Delhi University Entrance Exam (DUET) 2020 application forms will now be released on April 2, 2020. Check important dates and schedule here.

DUET application forms

The Delhi University Entrance Exam (DUET) application forms will now be released on April 2, 2020. The DUET application forms were to be released on March 2, 2020, however, the date has now been postponed to April 2, 2020. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct DUET 2020 on behalf of Delhi University.

Candidates and students who are interested in applying for admission through DUET can keep in mind the below mentioned important dates.

Event

Date

Salient Features

Availability of DUET 2020 Application Form

2-Apr-2020

Interested candidates can apply for admission through DUET application form.

Last date to submit DUET 2020 application form

30-Apr-2020

The last date to apply for the Delhi University Entrance Exam.

Release of DUET Admit Card

15-May-2020

The DUET admit card (hall ticket) will be released on the mentioned date online.

Delhi University Entrance Exam Dates

2-Jun-2020 to 9-Jun-2020

DUET 2020 will be conducted for different programmes and courses from June 2 to June 9, 2020.

Declaration of DUET Result

25-Jun-2020

The Delhi University Entrance Exam results will be announced on the mentioned date online.

In order to appear for DUET 2020, candidates need to register and apply online. Candidates who successfully fill and submit the DUET application form, can then avail the DUET 2020 admit card, which will be available online. The admit card (hall ticket) is an important document which need to be carried to the DUET exam centre. The DUET 2020 exams will be conducted from June 2, 2020 to June 9, 2020.

DUET is conducted in order to offer candidates and students admission into its affiliated colleges, which offer a wide range of programmes and numerous courses to students. Aspirants are offered courses in undergraduate, postgraduate, diploma, MPhil and PhD courses.

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