DU result 2016 and DU PG entrance exam result was scheduled to be declared on July 4 while BMS results for Joint Admission Test were declared two days ahead of schedule. Delhi University has failed to release the results so far, leaving students in a state of disarray. The University hasn’t notified about the declaration status altogether even though notification stated the date as ‘on or before 4 July’.
The Delhi University PG Entrance Test was conducted over a period of five days from 19 June to 23 June 2016 and the results will be announced on July 4, 2016, as per the schedule. DU PG Entrance results can be accessed from the PG admissions portal where candidates can log in at the site using their registered email-id.
The University surprisingly announced the results for its BMS JAT i.e., Joint Admission Test two days before on 2nd July, even though the date was set for today.
The results of BMS/B.A.(H) Business Economics/ BBA (FIA) can be checked here.
The online registrations for Delhi University Postgraduate entrance test were done from April 28 to May 30, 2016. The test serves as a gateway to get admission to the Postgraduate (PG) / Master’s courses offered by the university. For the first time, Delhi University conducted the PG entrance test in centres outside Delhi, the test centres were located in Bengaluru, Jammu, Kolkata, Nagpur and Varanasi along with Delhi. Similarly, the test pattern was also changed from this year as the entrance test consisted of only multiple choice questions, unlike last years when the paper consisted of subjective type questions. The answer keys of all entrance tests were also released by the varsity. As the DU PG entrance result will be announced on July 4, if any candidate wishes to obtain a copy of his/her OMR Response Sheet (ORS), he/she shall request for the same within 7 days from the date of results declaration, for which a Rs. 500 is to be paid in the form of demand draft.
As much as 1.29 lakh candidates submitted their application for the DU PG entrance test for admission in 69 postgraduate courses offered by the university that includes M.A., M.Com., M.Sc., B.Ed., B.P.Ed., M.P.Ed.
As the admissions to 50 percent PG seats in Delhi University are done through the entrance test, remaining 50 percent seats are reserved for the students of Delhi University. Even the students qualifying the DU PG entrance test will have to appear for interview/group discussion, the schedule of which will be available once the DU PG entrance test results are announced.
Admission fee for the first list of selected candidates will have to be paid by July 18, 2016, and the academic session would commence from July 20, 2016.