Delhi University Entrance Test is basically organized by National Testing Agency at the national level. By qualifying DUET, interested candidates can get admission to various UG and PG programs affiliated with Delhi University. Candidates can submit their applications before the last date. The National Testing Agency will conduct DUET for postgraduate programs, Ph.D. level programs, and a few undergraduate courses. The admit card for the same will be made available in August 2023. It is expected that the DUET 2023 is scheduled to be organized in September 2023.
DUET 2023 Overview
|Name of the Exam||DUET (Delhi University Entrance Test)|
|University Name||University of Delhi|
|Conducting body||National Testing Agency|
|Offered programs||UG, PG, Ph.D., M.Phil|
|Level of Exam||National level|
|Exam frequency||Once a year|
DUET 2023 Important Dates
|Online registration begins from||Third week of June 2023|
|Online registration closes on||July 2023|
|Admit card releases on||To be updated|
|Last date to download the admit card||To be updated|
|Entrance exam date||To be updated|
|Result declaration||To be updated|
Age limit- There is no age bar set by the authorities of Delhi University for admission.
Eligibility for UG Entrance-Based Courses:
Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.)
Applicants must have obtained at least 50% marks in the qualifying exam with one language subject and 3 other subjects such as:
Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Accountancy/ Business Studies, Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology, Geography, Political Science, Mathematics, Economics, History.
BA (Hons) in Multimedia and Mass Communication
Candidates should score a minimum of 75% marks with 85% marks in English as a compulsory subject in class 12th.
B.Tech. (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovation)
Candidates must have gained at least 60% marks in the qualifying exam with Mathematics as a compulsory subject.
Eligibility for PG Entrance Based Programmes:
Candidates should hold any graduate and a postgraduate degree in any discipline from the University of Delhi or any Indian University recognized by the University of Delhi with 60% marks.
Candidates must have secured 45% marks for general and 40.5% for OBC/SC/ST marks only if candidates hold a B.A. (Hons.) degree in English from Delhi University. In the case of a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized Indian University, students should have secured 50% marks for general and 45% marks in the case of OBC/SC/ST.
M.Phil Entrance-Based Programmes:
Commerce: Applicants must have at least a minimum of 55% of marks in M.Com. / MIB/ MFC/ MBA/ MHROD examination for the admission to M.Phil programme.
Economics: Candidates must have obtained 55% marks in Master‘s degree in Economics, or any of such subjects Business Economics, Business Administration, Commerce, Statistics, Mathematics, Operations Research, History and Engineering from the University of Delhi.
Ph.D. Entrance-Based Programmes:
Business Economics: Candidates should obtain a minimum of 55% marks in M.Phil / Master‘s degree from the Delhi University or any other Indian recognized University in Economics/ Commerce/ Environmental Studies/ Management.
Commerce: 55% marks s in M.Com. / MBA (HRD)/ MBA (IB)/ MFC/ MHROD/ MIB/ M.Phil. / MBA from a recognized University.
DUET 2023 Application Form
The only mode to fill the application form is online mode. Applicants are required to follow the steps given below in order to fill the DUET Application form 2023:
- Applicants have to visit the official website of the National Testing Agency- www.nta.ac.in.
- After visiting the site, fill in all your personal, communications, and academic details in the application form.
- Also, candidates must not forget to provide their active email id and phone number in the application form.
- While a passport size photograph of the candidate and signature should also be uploaded as per the specifications.
- Next, start uploading your necessary documents that are mandatory in the application form.
- After uploading the documents, complete the last step i.e. fee payment which can be done through debit card, credit card, internet banking and UPI.
- Lastly, before submitting the form, make sure that it is completely filled as the same will be used for the admission process.
|General/ OBC||INR 750/- (per course)|
|SC/ ST/ EWS/ PwD||INR 300/- (per course)|
|Mode of Examination||Online (Computer Based Test)|
|Exam Duration||2 hours (120 minutes)|
|Type of questions||MCQ- Multiple Choice Questions|
|Medium of exam||English|
|Sections in the exam||4|
Subject-wise distribution of questions in detail:
|Reasoning and General Awareness||30|
|Teaching Aptitude and Sensitivity Towards Disability||10|
|Hindi, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science at 10th level||40|
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Question: Is there any negative marking in the DUET exam?
Ans. Yes, there will be a negative marking of 1 mark in the DUET.
Question: Which authority will be conducting DUET 2023?
Ans. National Testing Agency is the authority responsible for conducting DUET.
Question: What is the application mode for DUET?
Ans. The application mode will be online only.
Question: In which mode NTA will conduct DUET?
Ans. The exam will be organized in Computer Based Mode by NTA.