Ambedkar University admission 2017: application forms released

The admission process in Ambedkar University Delhi for undergraduate courses has begun after the university released its online form on Friday. The last date of submission of the forms is June 23.

Ambedkar University Delhi, at present offers over 445 seats under seven undergraduate disciplines. The varsity is set to release the first cut-off on July 5. This would be after the first cut-off of Delhi University is declared. The admission procedure would last for three days, July 6 to July 8.

Being a state University, AUD offers 85% of its seats to the local student of Delhi and rest 15% to the students from other states.

Following the trails of many reputed varsities, AUD has abolished the provision of offline admission forms.

Currently, the Kashmere gate campus of AUD offers seven different undergraduate courses including History, Economics, Mathematics, English, Sociology, Psychology and Social Sciences & Humanities. Each one of the course has 35 seats, as confirmed by an official.

Last year, AUD came up with a new campus in Karampura and over 200 students enrolled in it. The Karampura Campus offers only four undergraduate courses entailing Psychology, English, Economics and Social Sciences & Humanities. In this campus, the number of seats is great than the Kashmere gate campus with 50 in number.

Students cam fill the online admission forms by logging into the AUD’s official website www.aud.ac.in. The general category student has to Rs. 330 application fee while the SC/ST/PwD students would be charged Rs. 130 per seat.

The University has a provision to release separate cut-offs for Delhi & Non-Delhi students.

Last year, unlike its records, the University released 100% cutoff for students from Delhi, These students sought admission in Sociology and History courses at the university. For non-Delhi students BA (Hons) in English, History, Psychology, Sociology, and Humanities and Social Sciences had 100% cutoff.

Ambedkar University Delhi also offers Post-Graduate courses with 16 courses & 534 seats in Kashmere Gate campus and one course & 42 seats in the Karampura Campus.

Under the expansion scheme of the University, three new colleges would offer varied undergraduate courses to the students from this academic session.

To facilitate the expansion, the university has granted these colleges an entirely new campus. In this way, they have enough room to commence classes for varied trades. School of Vocational Studies, School of Law, Governance and Citizenship and School of Letters are new additions to the University.

The School of Vocational Studies will take 32 students this year for the undergraduate course. The School of Law will only offer Post-graduate courses in Law discipline and the Governance and Citizenship and School of Letters will be a purely research based studies college.

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