CUET UG Participating universities : Delhi University admissions, eligibility, pinnacle courses, scholarships, and extra

Last 12 months DU adopted the structure of conduction CUET for admissions to all UG courses. From this 12 months onwards, the college will be conducting CUET for admission to PG guides as well.

(In this new series, will introduce university aspirants to the pinnacle universities accepting undergraduate admissions thru CUET. The article will spotlight the history, admission process, pinnacle guides and different vital important points about the institute)

University of Delhi nowadays released the eligibility standards for admissions to undergraduate guides thru CUET. The standards stays identical as of ultimate year. DU aspirants can go to the professional internet site of college – to take a look at the eligibility standards for admissions to university.

The college additionally notified that the admissions to Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) of the College of Art will be based totally on CUET. Delhi University, which attracts admissions from throughout India and abroad, adopted CUET (Common University Entrance Test) for admissions in all UG guides like BCom, BA, BTech, BSc, and greater from final 12 months onwards. From the upcoming educational year, post-graduate admissions at the college will additionally be carried out with the aid of CUET PG.

DU has ninety one affiliated schools unfold throughout three campuses: south campus, north campus and off campus. Below given is the admission process, scholarships and all that you want to recognize about admission to Delhi University.


Last year, Delhi University acquired purposes from almost 2.17 lakh candidates for its undergraduate programmes after the introduction of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET). There have been roughly 70,000 undergraduate seats on provide and in complete 64,915 seats college students have been enrolled.

Popular courses

In 2022 5 most famous publications of Delhi University out of a listing of pinnacle 50 guides were: BCom in 21 schools and BCom (Honours) in 14 colleges, collectively making up 35 of the 50. The listing additionally featured BA (Hons) in English in eight colleges, BA (Hons) in Political Science in five schools and BA (Honours) in History in two colleges.

The Political Science Honours programme at Hindu College is one of the most popular programmes in the university, it had a 100 per cent cut-off in the year 2021 and last year the lowest CUET score against which a candidate was admitted to this programme was 797.82/800. This would be 99.73 if converted to percentage terms.

The lowest CUET score against which students were admitted for BA (Hons) Psychology course at LSR College 795.086/800 — roughly 99.38 per cent.

Top 10 DU’s popular courses in 2021:

Students Admitted
BCom (Hons.) 8755
BCom 7672
BA (Hons.) Political Science 4279
BA (Hons.) English 3015
BA (Hons.) History 2975
BSc (Hons.) Mathematics 2918
BA Programme (History + Political Science) 2905
BA (Hons.) Economics 2740
BA (Hons.) Hindi 2696
BSc (Hons.) Physics 1594

NIRF Ranking 2022

Delhi University is ranked at 13th position in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) rankings released by Ministry of Education. The top 10 colleges of the university as per NIRF rankings are:

NIRF Rankings Name of College
1 Miranda House
2 Hindu College
5 Lady Shri Ram College For Women
7 Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College
10 Kirori Mal College
11 St. Stephens’s College
12 Shri Ram College of Commerce
14 Hans Raj College
14 Sri Venkateswara College
16 Lady Irwin College



For the year 2022-23, Delhi university has released a list of 20 scholarships for students belonging to various undergraduate courses. Students from all the DU affiliated colleges can apply for these scholarships and the last date to submit the application has been extended to February 15. Earlier the date was January 31.

The list includes Dr VKRV. Rao Endowment Book-Grant, Sh. Prem Prakash Award, The Delhi University and College Karamchari Union Book-Grant, The Delhi State Co-operative Union Book-Grant, Pt. Man Mohan Nath Dhar Book-Grant, Sardar Kartar Singh Grover Memorial Book-Grant, Ganga Sant Book-Grant, Puran Chand Khatri Book-Grant and more scholarships

State-funded merit scholarship is awarded to SC, ST and OBC category students.  A student must have received at least 60 per cent marks in the previous academic year to be eligible to apply for this scholarship. There is no upper-income limit for students belonging to SC and ST categories, while OBC category students must have a household income of less than Rs 3 lakh annually.


Hostel allotment in DU is now done on the basis of CUET scores. Earlier, rooms in the Delhi University hostels were allotted for undergraduate students on the basis of their class 12 scores. Some colleges used to even conduct interviews.

The university has hostels in Daulat Ram College, Hansraj College, Hindu College, Indraprastha College for Women, Kirori Mal College, Ramjas College, Shri Ram College of Commerce, Lady Shri Ram college, Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College, St. Stephen’s College, Sri Venkateswara College, Bharati College, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, Janki Devi Memorial College, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Lady Irwin College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies and Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce.


Central Placement Cell, University of Delhi provides placement assistance, counselling for employment and self or social entrepreneurship to students. The cell conducts drives like Job Mela where a plethora of companies bring internship and employment opportunities in various domains. Major recruiters of CPC includes: Burger Singh, Bird Worldwide Flight Pvt Ltd, ABP News Network, Vivo India, Tech Mahindra, Infosys, Vistara and more.

Apart from CPC every DU affiliated college has its own placement cell to act as an interface between the industry and the students.


Delhi University was established in 1922 with three colleges and 750 students. The President of India is the Visitor, the Vice-President is the Chancellor and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India is the Pro-Chancellor of the University. It has now grown as one of the largest universities in India with 16 faculties, over 80 academic departments, an equal number of colleges and over seven lakh students. Until last year, the university accepted admissions based on their class 12 marks and adopted the CUET in 2022.

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