What's new at DU? DU LLB and LLM Sixth, Seventh & Eighth Merit List 2022-23 have been released in online mode on Jan 15. Selected candidates can pay the admission fee by Jan 15. PhD admission process for the session 2022-23 is open from Dec 5 and the last date for the same is Jan 31.NTA has released the exam dates for CUET UG 2023. The exam will be conducted between May 21 to 31. 

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DU Highlights 2023

Recognised as an 'Institute of Excellence' by the UGC, the University of Delhi (also known as DU or Delhi University) is listed among the country's most prestigious educational institutions. Established in 1922, Delhi Univerity has grown into one of India's largest universities with more than 6 lakh students under UG, PG, certificate, diploma, PG diploma and distance programmes. DU University has two campuses- North and South. It also has 90 colleges affiliated with it, along with 86 departments, 23 centres, 16 faculties and three institutes spread all across Delhi. Apart from its full-time courses, it also offers distance-learning programmes from its School of Open Learning (SOL Delhi University). The important highlights of Delhi University (DU) are mentioned in the table below:

Particulars

Statistics

Establishment year

1922

Ownership Type

Government

Accredited by

NAAC

List of affiliated colleges

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Flagship course

BCom (Hons), BA (Hons)

Total courses offered

1,604 courses across 16 streams

Accepted entrance exams

CUET, DUET

DU UG Information Bulletin 2022

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DU Admission 2023 Status

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DU Courses and Fees 2023

DU University offers over 500 programmes approved by various academic and executive councils, of which 209 programmes have been considered for NAAC accreditation. DU admission 2023 is different for entrance-based and merit-based UG and PG programmes. This year, admission to all the merit-based UG and PG programmes will be based on the scores obtained in CUET 2022. For online registration, an applicant must fill in the application form and pay the application fee to complete the process. Below mentioned are the entrance exams conducted for various UG and PG programmes offered at DU:

Disclaimer: The below-mentioned fee is collated from multiple sources and is only indicative. For more details related to the fee, please visit the official website of affiliated colleges.

CoursesTotal tuition Fees Eligibility
B.A.(1145 Courses)
INR 540 - 6.97 L
(for 2-5 years)
10+2 : 40-65 %
B.Sc.(312 Courses)
INR 540 - 2.4 L
(for 3-4 years)
10+2 : 45-60 %
M.A.(194 Courses)
INR 360 - 43.73 K
(for 1 year-5 years)
Graduation : 40-60 %
M.Sc.(105 Courses)
INR 432 - 2.3 L
(for 2-5 years)
Graduation : 50-60 %
Exams : DUET
B.Com(95 Courses)
INR 540 - 35 L
(for 3-4 years)
10+2 : 40-45 %
B.Ed(8 Courses)
INR 9.09 K - 68.19 K
(for 1 year-2 years)
Exams : DUETCUET
Certificate(188 Courses)
INR 300 - 50 K
(for 10 hours-1 year)
10+2 : 45-60 %
Graduation : 45 %
PG Diploma(41 Courses)
INR 1.63 K - 3.2 L
(for 1 year-2 years)
Graduation : 50-60 %
B.P.Ed(2 Courses)
INR 432
(for 2 years)
Exams : DUET
B.A. (Hons)(17 Courses)
INR 540 - 87.73 K
(for 3 years)
10+2 : 50-65 %

DU Cut off 2022

DU LLB and LLM Third Merit List 2022 has been released in online mode on Jan 6 '23. Selected candidates can pay the admission fee by Jan 9 '23 (till 11 am). Delhi University has also released the guidelines to participate in the counselling process of DU LLB and LLM 2022 along with the merit list. The seat allotment, this year, is not announced in the public domain.

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DU Scholarships

DU offers various Undergraduate, Postgraduate and many more scholarships:-

- Merit Scholarship for students belonging to SC/ST/OBC category studying in Profession/Technical Colleges Institutions/Universities
- Dr. B.R. Ambedkar State Topper Award to SC/ST/OBC students
- Post-Matric Scholarship scheme for OBC students
- Post-Matric scholarship scheme for SC students.

For more scholarships, kindly visit: http://www.du.ac.in/index.php?page=opportunities-scholarships

Sungum Sudhaar Scholarship Endowment:-
A Scholarship called “Sungum Sudhaar Scholarship Endowment” of the value of 16,000/- p.m. for the maximum period upto 3 years or submission of the Ph.D. thesis whichever is earlier payable out of the interest accruing from the endowment of ?3 Crore

DU Reviews (Showing 5 of 19081 reviews)

Overall Rating (Out of 5)

4.0

Based on 16722 Verified Reviews

Distribution of Rating

Component Ratings (Out of 5)
Placements
3.4
Infrastructure
3.9
Faculty & Course Curriculum
4.2
Crowd & Campus Life
4.1
Value for Money
4.3
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Prayag Sharma | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Physics - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 16 Sep 2021
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4.2
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Fests are organised very well. Good infrastructure.

Placements: College offered much good placement in 2015 and 2017. But due to covid pandemic placements are not there. It also have the placement cell which not only give placement to pass but also provides the internships for the all courses, it is very useful, students can earn tier pocket money by that.

Infrastructure: There are many facilities in the college. Many wi-fi are there with an awesome speed. Labs are well managed and lab teachers are average. Library is also big and available. Sports facility is awesome. Tourn...

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Priya Sharma | B.A. (Hons.) in English - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 25 Jul 2021
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4.2
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
Our college provides good infrastructure and connectivity with nice teachers and faculty.

Placements: I am not sure about the percentage of the students who got placement but most of the students get good placement in top recruiting companies with a package of around 3 to 4 Lacs. The number of internship is also high, and most of the students get internship to work mainly related content writing and related to product selling.

Infrastructure: Despite being a old building, our college has a good infrastructure. The campus is very huge in size and the classrooms are also in a good condition. Facility of Wi-fi is...

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Tanishka | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 12 Jul 2021
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4.0
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
Placements are average, but overall everything is good here. It is highly recommended.

Placements: More than 94 companies visit the campus for placements. The highest salary package offered is 18 LPA. The average salary package offered is 4.75 LPA, and the lowest salary package offered is 4 LPA. Top recruiting companies like KPMG, Genpact, Zomato, Bajaj Capital, E&Y, Decathlon, Wipro, etc., visit our college for placements. More than 130 students got in the session 2020-21.

Infrastructure: The library has a large collection of books. The ground is quite large. Numerous sports facilities like volleyball ground...

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Rahul Batra | Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 9 Aug 2021
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Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
Review of Shyam Lal College, University of Delhi.

Placements: Around 40 to 50% of the students get placed annually. The average salary package offered is around 5 LPA. Top recruiting companies of our college are EY, KPMG and various others. Almost 70% of the students get internship opportunities in various fields like business development, marketing, web designing, HR, etc. Top roles offered are assurance associate, accountant, HR manager, etc.

Infrastructure: Infrastructure is good. Our college has a Wi-Fi campus and a very big library which consists of various books, jou...

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Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
Review of Hansraj College, University of Delhi.

Placements: The placement session has just begun, and many big companies have started the recruitment process. Many students got diverse internship profiles through our internship cell throughout the last two years and were able to develop new skills through that.

Infrastructure: The facilities available are very good. Many facilities like Wi-Fi, well-maintained classrooms and separate labs for different disciplines are available. The library is well maintained and has a wide range of books for most of the courses available...

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DU Rankings 2022

University of Delhi (DU) was ranked 77 across the Asian countries by the QS Asia Rankings 2022 and 501- 510 by the QS World University Rankings of 2021. Below mentioned are all the rankings attained by the University of Delhi in recent years:

Ranking Body

2020

2021

2022

NIRF Rankings

18

19

13

QS Asia Rankings

Not ranked

71

77

India Today Rankings

Not ranked

1 - 10

Not released yet

QS Global Ranking

474

501 - 510

501 - 510

TIMES Higher Ranking

601 - 800

601 - 800

801 - 1000

DU Ranking for Mass Communication & Media

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DU Admission Dates 2023

DU registration 2023 will most likely begin from the first week of April 2023, along with the registration for CUET 2022 exam. Check out all the important dates regarding DUET and Delhi University CUET 2023 exams in the following table:

Event

Dates

LLB and LLM Sixth, Seventh & Eighth Merit List announced and fee payment

15 Jan '23

PhD Admission 2022-23 applications

5 Dec '22 - 31 Jan '23

CUET UG 2023

21 May '23 - 31 May '23

DU vs Other Universities- Which is better?

Institute Name

NIRF Rankings 2022

Highest Package

Course Fee (BA)

DU

13

INR 37.8 LPA

INR 9,140 - INR 3 lakh

Christ University

71

INR 20 LPA

INR 1 lakh - INR 5.6 lakh

BHU

6

INR 8 LPA

INR 8,960 -INR 10,000

JNU

2

INR 12 LPA

INR 609 - INR 1.6 lakh

Mumbai University

45

INR 5.5 lakh

INR 6,340 - INR 15.6 lakh

GGSIPU

77

INR 32 LPA

INR 2 lakh - INR 2.5 lakh

Note: The information above is based on the latest year data available on the official website of the respective institutes.

DU Infrastructure

DU infrastructure includes several modern amenities with state-of-the-art infrastructure to its students. The university provides transport facility, banking facility, university library and several other facilities to its students. DU consists 34 libraries across all of its campuses in Delhi. Delhi University has a total of 15 hostels for its students on the north and south campuses. Hostel facilities for UG students are available extensively within the respective campuses of its constituent colleges.

  • Library
    Cafeteria
    Hostel
    Sports Complex
    Gym
    Hospital / Medical Facilities
    Wi-Fi Campus
    Auditorium
    Convenience Store
    Labs
    Others

DU Faculty

Delhi University offers over 1,060 academic staff members including temporary and permanent professors. It offers around 16 faculties and 86 departments under all the affiliated colleges of Delhi University. In addition to this, from presidents to prime ministers, Delhi University has witnessed visits from numerous inspiring personalities such as Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Narendra Modi, Atal Bihari Vajpayi and Morarji Desai among others.

DU Notable Alumni

Apart from all the famous dance and other cultural societies that surround Delhi University, it has given our country some of the most profound and notable alumni. Here are some inspirational and famous alumni of Delhi University:

Alumni Description

Alumni Degree

Sanjeev Bikhchandani: Sanjeev Bikhchandani is an Indian businessman, who is the founder and executive vice-chairman of Info Edge (India) Ltd, which owns Naukri.com, as well as the co-founder of Ashoka University.

BA (Hons) Economics

(St. Stephen's College)

Amitabh Bachchan: Amitabh Bachchan is an Indian film actor, television host, producer and playback singer known for his work in Hindi cinema.

BSc (General)

(Kirori Mal College)

Amitav Ghosh: Amitav Ghosh is an Indian writer, best known for his English-language historical fiction.

BA (Hons) English

(St. Stephen's College)

Aung San Suu Kyi: Aung San Suu Kyi is a Burmese politician, diplomat, author, and a 1991 Nobel Peace Prize laureate who served as State Counsellor of Myanmar and Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2016 to 2021.

BA (Hons) Political Science

(LSR College for Women)

Shahrukh Khan: Also known by the initialism SRK, he is an Indian actor, anchor, film producer, and television personality who works in Hindi cinema.

BA (Hons) Economics

(Hansraj College)

Imtiaz Ali: Imtiaz Ali is an Indian film producer, director, actor and writer who works in the Hindi cinema.

BA (Hons) English

(Hindu College)

Late Sheila Dixit: Late Sheila Dikshit was an Indian politician and the longest-serving Chief Minister of Delhi, as well as the longest-serving female chief minister of any Indian state, she served for a period of 15 years beginning in 1998.

MA (History)

(Miranda House)

DU Results 2022

DU results 2022 have been released for the 1, 3 and 5 semesters of all the UG and PG programmes, for the May-June session. Earlier, the University of Delhi results 2021 were declared on December 22, for MBA (International Business) ‘IB’ Part-II (Semester-IV) Ex-student examination. Candidates can check all the DU results 2021 at du.ac.in. University of Delhi released online exam forms for UG and PG courses and asked students to register before April 30, 2021. Candidates willing to download or check their DU examination results can follow the below-mentioned steps:

Step 1: Visit the official website of DU (www.duresult.in)

Step 2: Click on ‘Statement of Marks

Step 3: Please select your college name and fill in your roll number along with the captcha. Click on ‘Print Score Card

For DU Results 2022 in detail, click here

DU News & Updates

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DU FAQs

Q. How can I take admission in DU?

A. In order to take admission in DU, candidates must register online by visiting the official website of the university and applying for the respective entrance exams. DU admission 2022 is different for entrance-based and merit-based UG and PG programmes. All the merit-based UG and PG programmes will be based on the scores obtained in CUET 2022. For online registration, an applicant must fill out the application form and pay the application fee to complete the process. The candidates must pay the course fees after the admissions are confirmed. The total fees for the MBA at DU is INR 20,000 - INR 1.92 lakh. The basic eligibility criteria is a Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50% aggregate and the accepted entrance exam is CAT. The total fes for the BA at the DU is INR 540 - INR 3.08 lakh. The basic eligibility criteria is a Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 40%-65 % aggregate and the accepted entrance exam is CUET, DUET, DU JAT, CTET, and others.

Q. Does DU offer PG programmes?

A. DU University offers over 500 programmes approved by various academic and executive councils, of which 209 programmes have been considered for NAAC accreditation. DU offers various courses to students BTech, MBA, BA, BSc, BCom, MCom, MA, MSc, certificate, PG Diploma, MBBS, BDS, LLB, MCh, DNB, MPT, LLM, MS, and offers other courses to students. Students can take admission to any course. DU has changed the admission process for the academic year 2022-23. This year onwards, students will have to register for CUET first and apply for CSAS counselling later for the final admission round after that. DU University has two campuses- North and South. It also has 90 colleges affiliated with it, along with 86 departments, 23 centres, 16 faculties and three institutes spread all across Delhi.

Q. Is DU a government university?

A. Yes, DU is a government university which is recognised as an Institute of Excellence by the UGC. The University of Delhi is listed among the country's most prestigious educational institutions. Being a government university, DU has two campuses, namely North Campus and South Campus. It also has 90 affiliated colleges, 86 departments, 23 centres, 16 faculties and three institutes spread across Delhi. The university is accredited by NAAC and the flagship courses offered by the university are BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons).

Q. What are the facilities offered by DU?

A. DU infrastructure includes several modern amenities with state-of-the-art infrastructure for its students. The university provides transport facilities, banking facilities, a university library and several other facilities for its students. DU consists of 34 libraries across all of its campuses in Delhi. Delhi University has a total of 15 hostels for its students on the north and south campuses. Hostel facilities for UG students are available extensively within the respective campuses of its constituent colleges. Delhi University offers over 1,060 academic staff members including temporary and permanent professors. It offers around 16 faculties and 86 departments under all the affiliated colleges of Delhi University. In addition to this, from presidents to prime ministers, Delhi University has witnessed visits from numerous inspiring personalities such as Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Narendra Modi, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Morarji Desai among others.

Q. How are the placements at DU?

A. According to the DU NIRF report 2022, the median package offered during Delhi University UG (3-year) placements 2021 was INR 4.5 LPA. Candidates need to visit the official website of DU’s CPC (Central Placement Cell), i.e. placement.du.ac.in to register for placement and internships. The top companies taking part in the recent placement drive were Genpact, Deloitte, EY, HCL Technologies and Mother Dairy among others. The total of students placed in 2021 was 207 and the median package received was INR 4.5 LPA. The no. of students placed in 2020 was 144 and the median package was INR INR 4 LPA. According to the DU NIRF report 2022, an improving trend was noticed in the median salary offered over the past three years during DU UG 3-year and PG 2-year placements.

Q. How many colleges come under DU?

A. At present, DU consists of 86 departments including North & South campuses. It has 77 affiliated colleges and 5 other institutes with an enrollment of more than 1.3 lakh regular and 2.6 lakh non-regular students. Some of the colleges under DU are SRCC, Kirori Mal College, LSR, Hansraj College, Hindu College, Gargi, Sri Venkateshwara College and Miranda House among others. Recognised by UGC as the 'Institute of Excellence', Delhi University is listed among the most prestigious educational institutions in India. The entrance exams accepted by the university include CUET, DUET and DU LLB Entrance Test among others.

Q. Why is DU so famous?

A. There are a lot of factors behind the popularity of DU. DU is famous for its pocket-friendly fee structure, location and extra-curricular activities. The students, who passed out from DU, can get a chance to work in reputed MNCs or banks easily. DU also has famous alumni from all over India in different streams. Apart from all the famous dance and other cultural societies that surround Delhi University, it has given our country some of the most profound and notable alumni. Amitabh Bachhan, Rahul Gandhi and PM Narendra Modi are some of the shining stars of DU. The fees is very low at the colleges of DU and the facilities provided are very high in quality. There are regular fests held in the college. The colleges under DU also offer hostel facilities to its students.

Q. Which all colleges are known as off-campus at DU?

A. Delhi University Off-campus colleges are those which are not part of the North or South Campus. The list is huge but to name a few, some of the top off-campus colleges of Delhi University include Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, DCAC, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce and Bhim Rao Ambedkar College among others. Some of these colleges are more popular than the North or South Campus colleges due to their popularity in a course.

Q. Is there any dress code at DU?

A. Delhi University does not follow a dress code. The students are free to wear casual clothing. But, during the orientation, induction programmes and guest lectures, students are requested to dress in formals. Also, DU students are mostly known to have set new fashion trends for other college students.

Q. What is the rank of DU?

A. Internationally, DU University was ranked 77 in the 'Asia' category and 501-510 in the 'World' category by the QS Rankings 2022. The university ranks 13 in the 'University' category and 23 in the 'Overall' category by NIRF 2022. Alongside, Delhi University was also ranked 16 in the new category 'Research Institutions' of NIRF 2022. As compared to last year, DU gained a position in the 'University' category, however, slipped positions in the 'Overall' category. In the 'Dental' category, the university was ranked 4 by the NIRF 2022.

Q. Is CUET and CUCET the same?

A. CUET and CUCET are the same exams. Central University Entrance Test (CUET) is an all-India level entrance exam conducted by NTA for admission in UG courses offered in all the participating institutions. Till 2021, the full name of the exam was Central Universities Common Entrance Test or CUCET, which has been changed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) this year onwards.

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Who is the better option in B.sc hons field after 12th with PCM? Example B.sc (H) mathematics, (H) comp.Science or other. Please suggest me.

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Hemanth Gunturi

Beginner-Level 5

5 days ago

Go for Computer Science as it's considered equivalent to an engineering degree and have better job oppourtinity.

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Akriti Arya

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

B.Sc. In computer Science might be much better since it is considered equivalent to an engineering degree.

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for B.A. MS - Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery at DU?

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Snehajyoti Ghosh

Contributor-Level 7

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Cut off is 23372 by rank.

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Rupam Patra

Contributor-Level 6

6 days ago

Cut off is 23372 by rank.

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How can I complete my graduation after 10 year gap?

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Harshit Tripathi

Contributor-Level 6

5 months ago

To complete your graduation you have to take admission again and as the process and working of universities have been changed a lot you probably need to take admission again and start from the beginning. Good Luck.

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Adv. Ved Vinayak

Contributor-Level 9

5 months ago

Hello aspirant, I'm happy to have you. No, it is not possible for you to finish the graduate course that you stopped taking ten years ago. Each course will have a minimum and maximum length. Consider this: A B.Sc. Course can last a minimum of three years or a maximum of six years. However, you ca...Hello aspirant, I'm happy to have you. No, it is not possible for you to finish the graduate course that you stopped taking ten years ago. Each course will have a minimum and maximum length. Consider this: A B.Sc. Course can last a minimum of three years or a maximum of six years. However, you can complete your B.A. B.Com or B.Sc. (IT) degree through distance learning or correspondence. By passing the B.Sc. (IT) exams, you will receive a graduation Certificate proving that you obtained your B.Sc. (IT) degree via correspondence or distance learning from an accredited university.

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Do colleges under Delhi university accept applications for B.Com or B.Com(Hons) from commerce without maths students?

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Paras Madaan

Contributor-Level 6

5 days ago

Without mathematics you can do B.Com only. If you want to do B.Com (Hons) then in DU there is a deductions of 2.5% in best 4 of marks if you don't have Maths.

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Nikita Garg

Contributor-Level 9

4 years ago

According to new criteria of the DU admission, it is mandatory to have maths to pursue B.Com or B.Com (Hons).

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I secured 94.2 per cent in 12th CBSE with commerce without Maths are there any colleges in DU for B.Com which I can get? [General category].

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Paras Madaan

Contributor-Level 6

5 days ago

Yes almost all the colleges in DU offers B.Com but as per the new curriculum you have to be appear for CUET. DU is not considering the marks of 12th class as per new curriculum and education policy applicable from the batch of 2023.

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palak mahajan

Contributor-Level 10

5 days ago

The best colleges for B.Com (Hons). with 94.2% in CBSE for General Category in Delhi University are -
Acharya Narendra Dev College
Lady Irwin College
Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Science for Women
ATMA Ram Sanatan Dharma College
Bharati College.

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