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DU Courses and Fees 2024

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CoursesTuition FeesEligibility
B.A.(1165 courses)
540 - 1.5 L
10+2 : 40-45 %
Exams : CUETCBSE 12th+3 More
B.Sc.(314 courses)
540 - 2.4 L
10+2 : 30-60 %
Exams : CUETCBSE 12th+1 More
M.A.(200 courses)
360 - 87.5 K
Graduation : 50 %
Exams : CUET-PGCUET
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Q:   Can I get into DU with 70%?

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Yes, one can get admission to DU with 70%, depending on the course and college. Delhi University cutoff 2023 is entrance exam based. Delhi University (DU) admission to UG courses is based on Common University Entrance Test (CUET) exam conducted by NTA. Candidates seeking admission must appear for CUET in order to be eligible for DU admissions. Also, from the academic year 2023-2024, Delhi University will be conducting PG admissions through CUET PG. 

Last year, admission to a few UG and all PG courses were based to DU-conducted entrance exams, namely Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET), or Delhi University LLB Entrance Exam followed by a Personal Interview (PI). Candidates who qualify the entrance examination can then register on Delhi University’s Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal for seat allocation. 

 

Q:   Can I get admission in DU with 45%?

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Getting admission in DU with 45% is quite tough. Students with 45% in Class 12 can apply through quota or can apply under any reservation criteria. The other option is to opt for less popular course. Try to perform well in accepted entrance exams such as JEE Main,  CUET, and others. Students can also try contacting the university for any admission possibility with this perecentage. 

 

Q:   Is DU admission open?

A: 

Delhi University admissions are open. The university has opened DU CSAS Portal for BA LLB (Hons), BBA LLB (Hons), BTech and PG courses. Candidates can register till May 25, 2024. Aspirants need to register with exam details to get admission in the preferred course. Candidates must provide their course and college preference for admission. The selection for UG and PG courses of DU is through CUET and CUET-PG, respectively. 

 

Q:   How can I get MBA from DU?

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Below are the steps to get in MBA at DU:

Step 1: Candidates first need to register for MBA course at the DU college of their choice. Below are the application fee:

College NameApplication Fee
FMS DelhiINR 1,000 (INR 350 for SC/ ST/ PwD)
DBEINR 1,200 (INR 700 for SC/ ST/ PC)
DSEINR 2,000 (INR 1,000 for SC/ ST/ EWS/ PwBD)

Step 2: The selection to MBA course will be based on CAT score. The shortlisted candidates will be further called for personal interview round. The university also considers the academic performance of the aspirants in Class 10, Class 12 and graduation. 

Step 3: Once you qualify all the selection rounds, you need to check the merit list. DU releases a merit list announcing the names of selected candidates. You need to pay the course fee to confirm a seat in the university.

 

Q:   What is the duration of B.Sc computer science course at Delhi University?

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The Department of Computer Science offers a 3-year B.Sc. (Hons. ). Computer Science programme through constituent colleges of the University of Delhi. Here are some good colleges for Computer Science (honors) which are listed based on the factors of academics, faculty, placement, and college campus. Hansraj College. Miranda House. Indraprastha College for Women. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies. Sri Guru Gobind Singh of Commerce. B.Sc. Computer Science is one of the best-paying B.Sc. Specializations because it contributes to various employment and career opportunities with an average B.Sc. Computer Science salary in India of about INR 6 LPA. Hope it helps.
 

DU Fee Structure

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Q:   How much does an MSc from DU cost?

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The total tuition fee for MSc courses offered by the University of Delhi-affiliated colleges range between INR 432 and INR 2.3 Lacs depending on the college and MSc course a student is seeking or taking admission to. This fee, however, is sourced from unofficial sources. Hence is indicative. In reality, the total fee that a student is required to pay is much higher than INR 432 or 2.3 Lacs Indian Rupees. This is because there are other fee components which are charged by DU colleges which include application fee, development charges, exam fee and other components.

 

Q:   How much is the MBA fee at DU?

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The total tuition fee for DU MBA course ranges between INR 432 and INR 2 Lacs as per an unofficial source. Check below DU college-wise fee for MBA:

CollegeDU MBA Fee
FMS DelhiINR 2 lakh
DSEINR 432 
DBEINR 97,000
 

Q:   What is the application fee for BA (Hons) or BA Programme at DU?

A: 

BA or BA (Hons) aspirants are required to apply for CUET UG before registering on the DU portal. After registration for the exam, candidates must pay the registration fee which is as follows:

Category

CUET Application Fee

General

 INR 650

OBC-NCL and EWS

INR 600

SC/ ST/ PwD/ Third Gender

INR 550

Outside India

INR 3,000

 

Q:   What is the application fee for BCom (Hons) at DU?

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A. The aspirants of BCom and BCom (Hons) are required to apply for CUET UG before registering on the DU portal. After registration for the exam, students must pay the registration fee which is as follows:

Category

CUET Application Fee

General

 INR 650

OBC-NCL and EWS

INR 600

SC/ ST/ PwD/ Third Gender

INR 550

Outside India

INR 3,000

Candidates also have to pay an additional application fee which is charged on account of DU CSAS registration after the result for CUET UG is out. It is INR 250 for General category students and INR 100 for SC/ST/PWD/EWS. In addition, there is a cancellation fee of INR 1000 for students who wish to cancel their enrolment. 

 

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Top recruiting companies are Blue Leaves, Edurite, Wipro, Infosys, Deloitte, KPMG, etc.
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Very less reputed companies visit our college for placements and don't offer a good package, which is the reason students don't attend for placements.
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Dissatisfied because of the below average placements.
Placements: My B.A. program is commerce with economics. 30 students were placed in my course. Placement in the college is very low. Most B.Com. students get placements in top companies like Mother Dairy, etc. No placement is given by the college; you have to find your own .
Infrastructure: Infrastructure is good in college; the facilities are library, classrooms, computer lab, play ground, canteen, etc. Medical facilities are also available. The canteen food is average. In the hostel, the quality is not much better; there is no Wi-Fi in the classroom.
Faculty: The teachers are very helpful. All the teachers are well qualified, and the teaching quality is very good. Yes, my course makes students good. A semester exam is extremely difficult but if you can study well, you will pass the exam. 33 percent is the passing percentage.
Other: I chose this course because I want to do an MBA. Campus crowds are good. Every year at the fest, there is also an EWS Scholarship.
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B.A. (Hons.) in Hindi - Batch of 2025
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Here is a quick review of my college, which is LSR (Lady Shri Ram College for Women).
Placements: You got the placement as a Hindi officer or a translator but you have to study English as your minor subject. At that time, we did not remember previous placements because many of us took this course so that we could also prepare for any competitive exam simultaneously.
Infrastructure: Okay, so if we talk about facilities or we can say the infrastructure of my college, in the library there is a separate section for every department book. Also, there are thousands of books available in the library for every course and department. Wi-Fi is provided by the college.
Faculty: Okay, so the faculty and professors are really highly educated, and all of them have experience of more than 15 years, approximately. The course curriculum is relevant; it helps students gain more and more knowledge on this respected subject. I hope it helps you to solve your problem .
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Absolutely not satisfied with the placements but the experience at this college is quite nice.
Placements: No placements are provided by the college, you have to look for off-campus placements yourself. Placement fairs are held in the north campus of DU where you can apply for job interviews but there are no on-campus placements provided by the college for my course.
Infrastructure: Infrastructure is not that great. Earlier it was nothing and resembled a government school, but recently many things have changed in the college post renovation. There are no hostel facilities provided by the college. You need to look for PGs or flats outside the campus.
Faculty: Faculty is average, neither too bad nor too good. It majorly depends upon how involved you are with your studies. The end-semester exams are not that difficult if you have been consistent throughout the semester and have attended classes along with doing your studies and assignments properly.
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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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Placements: I don't know about the placements yet as I'm in my 1st year, but the colleges do have a placement cell in which people can apply. You can apply in the placement cell and when companies do visit, they can pick you up if you fulfill the requirements. The average package offered is around 5 to 6 lacs.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure is very good for a government college; it does not look like a government college as it is very well maintained. Every course has its own separate building. The Science Block has excellent infrastructure, labs, and classrooms. The library is also very good; they have a separate building just for the library.
Faculty: The teachers are very well qualified; they have been students at Delhi University themselves. They are very friendly and teach very nicely; they are like our mentors; they'll help you with your problems if you go to them. The course curriculum is very relevant; there are subjects according to the course and additional subjects that we can choose according to our interests.
Other: Many seminars and events happen on a daily basis, and personalities from outside the college are invited to talk very frequently. The annual fest is held once a year, to which artists are invited (very reputed artists). .
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DU FAQs

Q:   Is there entrance exam for BA (honours) in DU?

A: 

At the undergraduate level, the University of Delhi offers BA (Hons) across 29 specialisations out of which 23 offered merit-based admission and the remaining offered entrance-based (DUET) admission to the students till 2021. Additionally, the University also offers BA Prog. course across multiple subject combinations (across different colleges) in which admission is completely based on merit scores obtained by the students in Class 12. However, starting 2022, DU admission to all the UG courses will get conducted via CUET UG.

 

Q:   Can I get the latest cutoff for MSc in Mathematics at DU?

A: 
The cutoff for the general category is usually high, about 93%. But don't worry; if you aren't clearing the cutoff, you can give the CUET-PG 2023 entrance test. The application process for CUET-PG 2023 has started, and you can register on the official website of the exam.
 

Q:   How many courses are there in DU?

A: 

DU is one of the largest universities in India. With multiple faculties, academic departments and affiliated colleges of national importance, the university offers more than 500 programmess to the students. Approved by various academic and executive councils, 209 courses offered at the university have been considered for NAAC accreditation. Check out a list of UG, PG, Diploma, Certificate and doctora courses offered at DU here

DU admission 2023 is different for entrance-based and merit-based UG and PG programmes. Delhi University admission 2023 for UG courses will be through Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS). For online registration, an applicant must fill in the application form and pay the application fee to complete the process. 

 

Q:   What is the last date to submit the online application form of DU for M.Com?

A: 

For admission to PG courses at the University of Delhi, DU CUET-PG registrations for the 2023 session started on Mar 20 and were open till May 5. Interested candidates were able to apply online on the official website of CUET UG and CUET PG. Check CUET PG application process in detail

Followed by the application forms of CUET PG, DU will began the DU CSAS registration for final college and course allotment of students who qualify the exams. The process will begin after the release of CUET-UG and CUET-PG results which are expected to release in July. 

 

Q:   I didn't apply for CUET. Can I still get admission to Delhi University?

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Yes, you can still get admission to Delhi University even if you didn't apply for CUET. However, your chances of getting admission will be much lower. Here are some of the ways you can get admission to Delhi University without CUET: 1. Take a chance on the spot admission: You can try your luck at the spot admission process, which is conducted by Delhi University after the CUET results are announced. However, the number of seats available under the spot admission process is very limited, so your chances of getting admission are slim. 2. Apply for admission through the Delhi University School of Open Learning (SOL): The Delhi University School of Open Learning (SOL) offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses that do not require CUET scores. However, the admission process for SOL is more competitive than the regular admission process. 3. Apply for admission through a private college: There are a number of private colleges in Delhi that offer admission without CUET scores. However, the fees for these colleges are usually much higher than the fees for government colleges. I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
 

Q:   What is the fee structure for DU courses?

A: 

The fee structure for different courses at the University of Delhi varies with the specialisation and the affiliated college with which they are available. The following table mentions all the popular Delhi University courses along with their eligibility, selection & fee:

Popular Courses

Total Tuition Fee Range

BA (Prog)/ BA (Hons)

INR 540 - INR 6.97 lakh

BSc (Gen)/ BSc (Hons)

INR 540 - INR 2.4 lakh

BCom/ BCom (Hons)

INR 540 - INR 35 lakh

MBA

INR 15,000 - INR 2 lakh

MCA

INR 47,290

MA

INR 360 - INR 43,730

MSc

INR 432 - INR 2.3 lakh

BBA

INR 6,000 - INR 98,340

BMS 

INR 540 - INR 35 lakh

B.El.Ed

INR 40,040 - INR 1.97 lakh

MCom

INR 360 - INR 36,620

LLB (3-year)

INR 270

 

Q:   What is the fee for DU form 2023?

A: 

UG aspirants who qualify the CUET exam conducted by NTA for admission to DU UG courses are required to register on DU CSAS portal for final seat allotment. There is a one-time CSAS (UG)-2023 application fee that students are required to pay. This fee is non-refundable.

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CSAS (UG) - 2023 Application Fee  

UR/OBC-NCL/EWS  

INR 250

SC/ST/PwBD  

INR 100 

NOTE:

  • Candidates applying for BFA will have to pay an additional fee of INR 400 (non-refundable).
  • For applying to ECA and Sports supernumerary quota, there is an additional fee of INR100 for each quota.
 

Q:   What is the fee for BA courses at DU?

A: 

The total tuition fee for BA and BA (Hons) courses offered by the University of Delhi ranges between INR 540 and INR 1.5 lakh depending on the college a student is seeking or taking admission to. In addition to the affiliated college, BA course fee is also dependent on the specialisation selected by the student for the same. This information is sourced from official website/ sanctioning body and is subject to change. 

In reality, the total fee that a student is required to pay is much higher than 540 Indian Rupees. This is because there are other fee components which are charged by DU colleges which include application fee, development charges, exam fee and other components.

The below table mentions the BA Hons/ BA fee for the top 5 popular DU colleges:

College NameBA (Hons) SpecialisationsFee Range
Hindu CollegeEnglish, Hindi, Economics Miranda 6 specialisationsINR 52,680 - INR 52,770
Miranda HouseEnglish, Hindi, Economics + 8 more specialisationsINR 42,480 -  INR 51,240
LSR CollegePhilosophy, History, English + 7 more specialisationsINR 53,640 - INR 83,640
Hansraj CollegeEnglish, Hindi, Economics +7 3 more specialisationsINR 540
Gargi CollegeEnglish, Hindi, Political Science + 5 more specialisationsINR 24,160 - INR 49,420

NOTE: The mentioned fee is as per the official website/sanctioning body. It is subject to changes, hence, is indicative.

More details on the same must be obtained by the students from the admission office of the DU affiliated college a student is interested to get into.

 

Q:   What is the fee range for BSc courses at DU?

A: 

The total tuition fee for BSc courses at DU-affiliated colleges ranges between INR 540 and INR 2.4 lakh. This variation is available due to the different specialisations that are offered at different DU affiliated colleges. This tuition fee amount, however, is sourced from unofficial sources. Hence, is indicative.  The following table mentions the top five colleges of DU and their fee for all BSc (Hons) programmes:

College NameBSc (Hons) SpecialisationsFee Range
Hindu College

Physics, Chemistry, Botany + 4 more specialisations

INR 55,680 - INR 61,380
Miranda HousePhysics, Chemistry, Botany + 2 more specialisationsINR 51,300 - INR 59,400
Miranda CollegePhysics, Maths, Chemistry + 6 more specialisationsINR 540 - INR 45,000
+8 RamPhysics, Maths, Chemistry Miranda 3 more specialisationsINR 55,110 - INR 58,620
SVCPhysics, Chemistry, Botany + 6 more specialisationsINR 34,850 - INR 73,550

The following table mentions the top five colleges of DU and their fee for all BSc programmes:

College NameBSc SpecialisationsFee Range
Hindu CollegeChemistry (PS) and Eonomics (PS)INR 55,680 - INR 61,380
Miranda HouseLife Science and Physical ScienceINR 51,300 - INR 59,400
Miranda CollegeLife Sciences, Physical Science with Chemistry and Physical Science with CSINR 540 - INR 45,000
+8 RamLife SciencesINR 55,110 - INR 58,620
SVCLife SciencesINR 34,850 - INR 73,550
 

Q:   When will DUET/ DU CUET-PG 2024 exam be held?

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DU CUET PG 2024 exam dates have been announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA). DU CUET PG 2024 exam dates are available both at CUET PG and Delhi University website. CUET UG 2024 exam will be conducted from May 15 to May 31, 2024. NTA released the official notification for CUET UG exam date on September 19, 2023 . Candidates will be notified about the exam details soon after the release of notification. NTA will conduct CUET UG 2024 exam in multiple phases depending upon the number of candidates registering for the exam.

 

Q:   Can I take direct admission in DU for B.Com?

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You cannot directly take admission in BCom at Delhi University. You have to follow the process and the University will allot you college and course. For admission in Delhi University starting the academic year 2022 -2023, you have to follow the process laid by the Delhi University which is to register yourself for the CUET exam which is a common entrance exam for admission in Delhi University in undergraduate courses. Delhi University will accept applications for numerous programmes based on CUET (Common University Entrance Test). Your admission will depend on the previous Class 12 scores and the score you obtain in CUET.

There is also a fes structure developed by University which goes as follows: INR 250 rupees for General category students and INR 100 for SC/ST/PWD/EWS. In addition, there is a cancellation fee of INR 1000 for students who wish to cancel their enrolment. After the exam, candidates must register on CSAS portal of DU. The portal will ask about the top 10 colleges you prefer. Then the CUET scores are required to be uploaded online and the portal will show you the college that you are allotted by the university. You can take that college by filling up the required fee and can also upgrade the college option you already have.

 

Q:   Which are the top DU-affiliated colleges for BSc and BSc (Hons)?

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Some of the popular DU colleges offering BSc and BSc (Hons) include Hansraj College, Acharya Narendra Dev College, Ramjas College, Deshbandhu College, Kirori Mal College, Sri Venkateswara College, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College and Dyal Singh College, among others.  The following table mentions the top five colleges of DU and their fee for all BSc (Hons) programmes:

College NameBSc/ BSc Pass/ BSc Prog. SpecialisationsFee Range
Hindu CollegeChemistry (PS) and Eonomics (PS)INR 55,680 - INR 61,380
Miranda HouseLife Science and Physical ScienceINR 51,300 - INR 59,400
Hansraj CollegeLife Sciences, Physical Science with Chemistry and Physical Science with CSINR 540 - INR 45,000
Daulat RamLife SciencesINR 55,110 - INR 58,620
SVCLife SciencesINR 34,850 - INR 73,550

Known for their academic standards and strong alumni base, these colleges offer a variety of BSc and BSc (Hons) courses, such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Biology. Additionally, the cut-off for admission to these colleges is usually high, and the competition is fierce.

 

Q:   How are the placements at DU?

A: 

According to DU Overall NIRF report 2024, the key highlights of DU UG 3-year and PG 2-year placements 2023 as compared with 2022 and 2021 are presented below:

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Placement Statistics (2021)

Placement Statistics (2022)

Placement Statistics (2023)

UG 3-year median package

INR 4.5 LPA

INR 5 LPA

INR 5.5 LPA

UG 3-year total students

331

344

266

UG 3-year students placed

207

183

190

PG 2-year median package

INR 14 LPA

INR 15.5 LPA

INR 16 LPA

PG 2-year total students

7367

6986

6557

PG 2-year students placed

977

1271

1253

 

Q:   Does DU offer PG programmes?

A: 
DU University offers over 500 programs approved by various academic and executive councils, of which 209 have been considered for NAAC accreditation. DU also offers various PG courses to students, such as M.Com M.A. And M.Sc. Among others. Students can take admission to any PG course by appearing for CUET-PG Entrance Exam. From this year on, students will have to register for CUET-PG first and apply for CSAS counseling later for the final admission round after that. DU has changed the admission process for the academic year 2023-24.
 

Q:   What is the MBA intake at DU?

A: 

A total of 1,563 seats are available for DU MBA programme. Check below DU college-wise MBA seat intake:

InstitutesSeats
National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, University of Delhi900
Delhi School of Economics (DSE), University of Delhi188
Department of Finance and Business Economics, University of Delhi184
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, University of Delhi40
Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi251
 

Q:   Does Delhi University provide B.Com LL.B. course?

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No, Delhi University does not offer a B.Com LL.B. Course. The Faculty of Law at Delhi University offers a three-year LL.B. Course, which is a graduate-level course. The course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the law and its application in society. Students who complete the LL.B. Course are eligible to practice law in India. There are a number of private colleges in Delhi that offer a B.Com LL.B. Course. These courses are typically five years in duration and combine the study of commerce and law. Students who complete a B.Com LL.B. Course from a private college are eligible to practice law in India.
 
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