Admission 23-24

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Frequently Asked Questions - Admissions

Elective course is a course which can be chosen from a pool of papers. It is different from your honours discipline. This paper also lets the student explore other subjects which might be later helpful to her seeing the inter-disciplinary nature of jobs these days.
AECC stands for Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course. It's a compulsory course as the name suggests. Now, there are two subjects under AECC in the first year i.e. ENGLISH and ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES.
There is no reservation for OBC candidates as this is a Sikh minority institution.
Our college offers and (Hons) courses.
Admission can be taken in B.Com without Maths. But for (Hons), Maths is compulsory. You should have studied and passed maths in 10+2.
Yes, you can take admission in commerce even if you have studied science or humanities in 10+2. There will be some deduction in calculating your percentage subject to change as per guidelines of university for 2020-2021.
A Student can change the course during the period when the admission process is still on, only after cancelling from her previous admitted course she satisfies the cut-off and other eligibility criteria of that course and has applied for it.
Yes, our college is minority college. So, there is some relaxation for Sikh candidates. You can only avail benefit provided you have Sikh Minority Certificate.
Punjabi is an Indo Aryan language. It is the first language of about 13 crore people in the world. It is widely spoken in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, Pakistan, Canada, USA, UK, etc.
Sikh religion is one of the 8 major religions in the world. The main scripture of Sikh religion, Guru Granth Sahib, is written in Punjabi language and its script is Gurmukhi.
Punjabi culture is one of the most dominant, oldest and richest culture of the world. It is the culture of Punjabi people who are now distributed throughout the world. The word Punjab is combination of two different words: PUNJ + AB, PUNJ means five and AB means rivers. The following are the main features of Punjabi culture: Respect for elders, great hospitality, loving and caring, accept everyone the way they are.
There are lots of vacancies in teaching (school, college and university level) PCS, HCS, KAS, IAS, Journalism, etc.
One may do B.Ed., M.Ed., M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D., in Punjabi language. Apart from Universities of Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana, Delhi university also has a fully functional Punjabi department.
Yes you can take English as AECC even if you are pursuing Honours in English.
No. You can only opt for some other subject as GE, offered by other departments.
You can choose from the following: - One language: Hindi/Punjabi/Sanskrit
- Psychology
- Political Science
- History
- Philosophy
If the student of the art stream does not have History in their best four subjects then another certain percentage is deducted as per DU guidelines.
History Honours course is a very well-planned course which enriches, enlightens students and makes them reflect on and analyse the contemporary issues in a mature manner. A student of History Honours can go for higher academic goals and they can appear for Civil and Foreign Services. Our Skill Enhancement Courses at undergraduate level trains them for better understanding in fields of Archaeology, Archives, Museums and Heritage care. The subjective nature of our paper grooms them for post like Content Writers, researchers in magazines, and TV channels. Since the students groomed to be empathetic to contemporary issues many of them join NGOs or become teachers, media people etc.
Urdu A for the candidates studied Urdu in 12th Class.
Urdu B for the candidates studied Urdu in 10th Class.
Urdu C for the candidates studied Urdu in 8th Class.
B.Sc. (H) in Computer science is a three-year full time undergraduate programme. This programme is divided into six semesters. It offers a nuanced study of theory and practical experimentation. With the growing demands for computer skills and applications, the programme helps you develop the technical skills, knowledge and experience that will meet the demands for qualified professionals in the field of computer science.
B.Sc. (H) Computer Science is a specializing course in computer science. The course focuses on basic concepts in the field of computer science and technological implementations of computers, providing you with a strong academic foundation in the field of computer science. While BCA course focuses on the applications of computers. As the focus is mostly on the various computer applications, understanding the technicalities and hardware functioning is not necessary.
The strong foundational concepts of studying B.Sc. (H) Computer Science will make you eligible for a variety of roles across industries, and also aid you in understanding new technologies when the need arises.
You can join Master of Computer Application (MCA), M.Sc in Computer science, M.Sc in IT (Information Technology) or MBA in IT. Some of the top universities offering these courses are University of Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University, NITs, IITs, IIMs, IP University, Jamia Millia Islamia etc. One may also go for some other professional short-term courses like Web designing, Games development course, Database Administration, App development course etc.
Some of the esteemed job profiles you can attain after a successful completion of B.Sc.(H) Computer Science are: Systems analyst, Information technology manager, Software programmer, Network programmer, Cyber Security Manager, App developer and Graphics Designer. You can also go for government jobs like the UPSC Civil Services, Probationary Officer, SSC CGL, IBPS & SBI Clerk.
The Placement and Internship Cell has the objective to provide the students a variety of opportunities for placements and internships in the areas of Graphics Designing, Web development, Programming, etc. Various activities are also organized for the development of analytical, technical as well as soft skills. Recruiters from across various sectors such as Consulting, Software, Education, Travel, Sales, Marketing, and Finance visited the campus this year. This year turned out to be a success with an increase in the total number of recruiters led by start-ups in diverse fields along with big brands such as Deloitte, Wipro and Amazon. The college is actively associated with the Central Placement Cell, University of Delhi to avail opportunities provided by it.
No, without mathematics you are not eligible. For admission its compulsory to have 50% marks in class XII in mathematics.
The jobs related to the degree are that of Statistician, Programmer, Data analyst, Data Scientist, Manager, Actuarial Scientist, Risk Analyst, Biostatistician and Business analyst.
Students can pursue PG in statistics from DU, IARI, ISI, IIT, BHU or other central universities and also PG in Data Science, Financial Statistics and Operations Research.
There is a placement cell in the college which let students know about all the internship programs and offers. The college officially does not provide for internships but students can do internships by managing with their academic calendar.
Overall assessment (For papers with Practical) = (Theory 75 marks) + (Internal Assessment 25 marks) + (Practical 50 marks)
Overall assessment (For papers without Practical) = (Theory 75 marks) + (Internal Assessment 25 marks) Internal Assessment = (Assignments 10 marks) + (Mid-Sem Exam 10 marks) + (Attendance 5 marks)
Candidates in this field can get into the Teaching profession (in schools or colleges), Banking and other Financial Sectors. Other common job profiles in Mathematics include Actuarial Sciences, Data Analyst, Research Analyst, Finance Analyst etc. Other fields where the degree is credited are Investment Firms, Business & Industry, Research & Development Firms etc.
Students can choose to pursue research in their area of interest in the field of Pure Mathematics or Applied Mathematics. Students can pursue post-graduation in Mathematics as well as Statistics, Actuarial Sciences, MCA/MBA etc.
Yes, student of any stream satisfying the minimum eligibility criteria set by DU can seek admission in B.Sc. (H) Mathematics provided she meets the cut-off percentage.
Psychology is the study of the mind, its thought, feeling and behaviour. It is an academic discipline which involves the scientific study of mental faculties, functions and behaviours. It covers the biological and social influences. Psychology deals mainly with humans but also sometimes with animal behaviour.
A psychology degree is a great starting point for a career in both science and the arts, as it equips you with a range of skills and opens up opportunities with a variety of employers.
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
Clinical psychologist; Counselling psychologist; Forensic psychologist; Further education teacher; Health psychologist; Occupational psychologist; Psychological wellbeing practitioner; Organizational Psychologist; Sport and exercise psychologist;
Jobs where your degree would be useful include: Educational Consultant; Human resource officer; Detective; Life Coach; Market researcher; Special Educator etc.
Specialization in any one area does not take place at the undergraduate level.
BA (hons) Psychology has an overview of all the major sub fields of psychology whereas the applied psychology focusses more on practical analysis. Both give an overview of the theory but BA (Hons) Psychology give a stronger theoretical grounding with some practical exposure.
Philosophy is the study of the nature of existence, knowledge, truth and ethics. It involves consideration of the most fundamental questions about who we are, and examines philosophical thought across the breadth of history right up to the present day. It hones your ability to reason effectively and form coherent arguments, to write persuasively, and improves your logical and critical thinking.
Philosophy graduates have highly transferable skills that are valuable to employers. The skills learned on a philosophy degree, including clear and analytical thinking, persuasive writing and speaking, innovative questioning and effective reasoning, give a solid foundation for entering the workforce and are beneficial in careers that require problem-solving and assessing information from various angles. Graduates secure work in a variety of disciplines after their degree, such as teaching, PR or politics. Communications, publishing, HR and advertising can be attractive options for philosophy graduates, as well as law, banking, the civil service, business and science.
The course is offered for B.A. programme (Pass course only). We are having the study of Hindustani Classical Vocal Music. The teaching of Vocal Music is conducted here. Music is known as the universal language of mankind. It transcends all barriers of language, caste, creed, geography. This is a subject for persons interested in creativity. It helps greatly in personality development and makes a person competitive in job and society. Music helps person develop his abilities of concentration, patience, sharpen memory along with a good voice culture and a happy disposition.
You will be offered music for three years, after that one can pursue for higher degree of M.A in University. Further M. Phil. and Ph.D. options are open.
One can choose career as Vocalist, music teacher in schools, lecturer in college, work in music studios. Can apply jobs in Government institutions like ICCR (Indian Council for Cultural Relations), IGNACA (Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts), SNA (Sangeet Natak Academy) for posts like Program Executive, Archive Executive, Documentation Executive, etc. Similar posts in AIR state units and Private TV broadcasters are some other options.