DUET Admit Card 2021 and Exam in September for DU UG, PG and PhD Admissions. National Testing Agency, NTA will conduct Delhi University Entrance Test, DUET 2020 exam in September. The entrance exam for DU Admission 2020 will be conducted on September 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and October 1, 2021.
Students who want to apply for the undergraduate course will have to appear for the entrance exam can check the official notice on du.ac.in. As per the notice released by the Agency, applicants can choose the relevant courses while filling up their registration form. Once submitted, following information related to Entrance test/s cannot be changed:
National Testing Agency has announced the revised date of Delhi University entrance test. According to the revised schedule, Delhi University entrance test will be held on on September 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and October 1, 2021.
Candidates who have registered to appear for the DUET exam can check the complete exam schedule on official website. It is available in a PDF format. Candidates can also download Delhi University entrance exam schedule from the official website – https://nta.ac.in/duetexam.
|Name of the Admit Card||DUET Exam Admit Card 2021|
|Title||Download Delhi University Entrance Exam Admit Card 2021|
|Subject||NTA released Delhi University Entrance Exam Admit Cards 2021|
|Exam dates||from September 26 to October 1|
The students who have applied can check more detail on the official website. Candidates can also download DUET Admit Cards from the official website of NTA DUET.
How to download DUET Admit Card 2021:
The National Testing Agency has released the DUET 2021 admit card on the official website. Candidates who applied for Delhi University admission through DU entrance examination can now download the hall ticket using their form number and date of birth.
- Visit the DUET official website at https://nta.ac.in/duetexam
- On the homepage, click on the link that reads DUET Admit Card 2021
- Key in your login credentials like registration number and password
- Your admit card will be displayed on screen
- Download and take its print out.
NTA has asked candidates to download and preserve the DUET admit card in good condition, without changing the information mentioned. Candidates will be required to bring their DUET 2021 admit card to the examination hall and without it, they will not be permitted to sit for the examination.
On the day of examination, the candidates are required to carry the self-declaration letter downloaded from the NTA website along with the call letter, transparent ballpoint pen, passport size photo, personal hand sanitiser, transparent water bottle and ID proof. The NTA has been conducting the (DUET) exam since 2019.
NTA conducts DUET exam every year for admission to postgraduate, M.Phil, Ph.D and 12 undergraduate programmes offered at the university and affiliated colleges. DUET 2020 will be conducted as a computer-based test (CBT).
Further details regarding DUET 2021 exam will be available on the official website of NTA, nta.ac.in.
- A. Courses selected for Entrance test
- B. Entrance Test Centre Preferences.
Students can register themselves for the exam. The University has extended the last date to apply keeping in mind the recent CBSE results. For merit-based courses, the fee is Rs 250 and for entrance test based courses the application fee of Rs 750 is being charged by the varsity. In case any student cancels his/her admission the fee of Rs 1000 is charged.
The University has implemented the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) for all its undergraduate programs. “The marks entered by the applicant (at the time of registration on the UG Admissions Portal) will serve as the basis for computing the total marks for course-specific combinations of “Best Four” for admission in courses through the faculties of Arts, Commerce, Mathematical Sciences, Music, Social Sciences, Applied Social Sciences & Humanities,
and “Three Subjects” for admission in courses under faculties of Sciences and Applied Sciences. This may be displayed on the UG Admissions Portal before the declaration of First Cut-Off marks by the Colleges/ Departments.”
Meanwhile, reports have come up that Delhi University may allow admissions under Extra-Curricular Activities, ECA category.