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DU JAT 2018 Eligibility

Course Minimum Percentage Required Mandatory Requirement of Subjects Studied and Passed Basis of Selection
B.A. (Hons.) Business Economics, Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) (BBA(FIA)) Aggregate of 60% marks in the qualifying examination based on a simple average of the percentage scored in four subjects: one language English, Mathematics and any two other subjects included in List A provided below. One language English, Mathematics and two other subjects included in List A.
  1. Selection will be based on the rank computed from the combined weighted average of percentage scored in the All India Joint Entrance Test and the percentage scored in the qualifying examination where the weights are: Entrance Test: 65%, Qualifying Examination: 35%
  2. The percentage scored in the qualifying examination used for preparing the rank is calculated as the simple average of the percentage scored in the qualifying examination in four subjects: English, Mathematics and any two other subjects included in LIST A.
  3. The entrance exam will be of two hours duration based on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) (four choices each) designed to evaluate the aptitude of the applicants. The following areas are included in the entrance test: Quantitative Ability.
  4. Reasoning and Analytical Ability General English

Requirements for Admission

- The appearing candidate should have cleared Senior Secondary School Examination of CBSE or any other class 12 equivalent examination from any board/recognized institute or university.

- Candidates belonging to general category should have secured a minimum of 60% in class 12. This aggregate should be of marks scored in four papers- English, Mathematics and the other two subjects that are approved by University of Delhi.

- Candidates belonging to SC, ST, CW and PwD categories should have attained a minimum of 55% in class 12th. This aggregate should be of marks scored in four papers- English, Mathematics and the other two subjects that are approved by University of Delhi.

- Candidate must possess confirmed result and marksheet of the qualifying examination. When called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview, the candidate needs to produce the same – candidate failing to do so will not be entertained.