Education Desk, Amar Ujala

Published by: Subhash Kumar
Updated to Friday, 17 December 2021 5:54 PM IST

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DU Admissions: The entrance test for various courses in colleges under Delhi University will be conducted from the next session, officials said today.

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The entrance test for admission in Delhi University will be conducted from next year. The entrance test was approved by the Executive Council. The entrance test for admission to various courses in colleges under Delhi University will be conducted from the 2022-23 academic session, officials said today.

The Academic Council (AC) of Delhi University had earlier approved the Common Entrance Test (CET) proposal for admission to undergraduate courses in the 2022-23 academic session. However, the proposal requires the approval of the University Executive Council before it can be implemented, which convened today.

How is the motion approved?
The 100-member Academic Council approved the proposal after discussing the recommendations submitted by a nine-member DU committee set up in October to deliberately improve the admissions process. Interestingly, a committee headed by Dean of Examinations DS Rawat was set up in October by Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh to suggest “alternative strategies for proper admission in undergraduate courses”.

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The entrance test for admission in Delhi University will be conducted from next year. The entrance test was approved by the Executive Council. The entrance test for admission to various courses in colleges under Delhi University will be conducted from the 2022-23 academic session, officials said today.

The Academic Council (AC) of Delhi University had earlier approved the Common Entrance Test (CET) proposal for admission to undergraduate courses in the 2022-23 academic session. However, the proposal requires the approval of the University Executive Council before it can be implemented, which convened today.

How is the motion approved?

The 100-member Academic Council approved the proposal after discussing the recommendations submitted by a nine-member DU committee set up in October to deliberately improve the admissions process. Interestingly, a committee headed by Dean of Examinations DS Rawat was set up in October by Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh to suggest “alternative strategies for proper admission in undergraduate courses”.

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