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    Admission process for NRI students in DU


    interested in taking admission in DU? Searching for admission cut off, procedure and eligibility and NRI quota? Here, go through the suggestions by experts and decide how to get admission in DU.

    I am a NRI student currently studying in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in The Indian School affliated with CBSE. I wish to take admission in colleges of DU. I wish to take admission in the St. Stephen's college. Is there any NRI quota or reserved seats? What is the procedure and cut off for admission in DU?
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    The college has its own selection process under Delhi University. The college has an online application process.
    and the students have to fill the application online. The college selects some candidates for an interview and admission test by the first week of June. Every department has its own academic criteria and admission test/interview process. Reservation for minorities which amount to 50% and reservation for scheduled castes, tribes and other backward classes as allowed by the Indian Constitution is in force. There are some seats for NRI candidates also and the details can be known on the website.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #149254
    You will have to go to the websites of St. Stephen's college in order to know the exact details of the admission - procedure and also the number of seat allocation for NRI candidates can be ascertained through the same.
    Thereafter you have to apply on line and if screened for the test, you will have clear both written and oral test and finally you will be selected on the basis of your performance in these tests.
    The admission committee would announce the dates for admission sometimes in the month of June in each calendar- year and there is allocation of the seats for each quota namely General, SC, ST, NRI quotas and a due consideration will be made accordingly in your case as well.

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    Is there any NRI quota or reserved seats?

    Delhi University has a list of 90 institutions affiliated to it. The university website has a separate foreign students cell. But this does not mention any reservation system for NRIs. If you are an NRI, you can apply as a regular for admission.
    Please clarify with the Delhi University for further guidance
    011-27006900, 9a.m - 5p.m, Monday to Friday
    Email:infocentre@du.ac.in

    This is the website of St.Stephen's college and the plan for the academic year 2017-2018.
    http://www.ststephens.edu/academic-calendar/
    you can contact them at ssc@ststephens.edu or admissions@ststephens.edu

    What is the procedure and cut off for admission in DU?

    The cut off marks are variable for the course and for the reservation quota candidates
    for B.com/B.A its 40% aggregate, for B.Com honors its 45%
    For B.Tech its 60% for general, 54% for OBC.

    The exact cutoffs for the course and college can be found year wise at the DU website (http://www.du.ac.in/du/index.php?page=cut-off-2017)

    Further information about university, applications etc can be read in detail in the pdf (http://www.du.ac.in/du/uploads/DUBrochure2017-2.pdf)

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    The best guide for you is Delhi University's Official Site where you can look for foreign students registration details.

    Below are the details for you

    Foreign Students' Registry office is the single window for all the foreign nationals who wish to seek admission in University of Delhi in different programmes

    *Who is considered as Foreign National?

    1. Passport/ Citizenship of a country other than India.
    2. Candidate who has an OCI/ PIO Card and also holds a Passport of a country other than India.

    Please note that Non-Resident Indian (NRI)/ Indian Citizen whose qualifying examination is from an International Board/ Foreign University will not be eligible for admission under Foreign National category.

    *Admission Application process:

    i. To apply for different colleges/ departments/ centers of the University of Delhi you need to register online.
    ii. There is a common Online Admission Application Form at DU Official Site which you to need to fill
    iii. You need to fill all the mandatory details and submit it.
    iv. Once you submit the online form, a copy of the application must be printed and you must get it attested from the Indian Diplomatic Representative or a responsible Official of the Ministry of Education of your country or an Official of your country's Embassy / High Commission in India.

    If any embassy/ High Commission refuses to attest the application form, you should obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from your country's embassy clearly stating that your foreign national.

    v. Submit the hard copy of the attested Application Form along with NOC personally or you can send by post to the office of Foreign Students Registry, Room no. 11, First Floor, Conference Centre, University of Delhi within 15 days of online registration.

    If your from Nepal & Afghanistan , you may submit the hard copy of form to your respective embassies and if your from Tibet , you may submit the hard copy of the form to the Bureau office in Delhi, rather than submitting to the office of FSR. The form must accompany copies of the necessary documents.

    If your applying for current year you can find the details below for last date of application for different categories

    1. For Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Ph.D Programme in Management Studies by 10th March, 2018

    2. For M.Phil. and Post-Graduate Programmes (except MBA) by 30th March, 2018

    3. For Under-Graduate Programme by 30th March, 2018

    4. For Certificate/ Diploma/ Advanced Diploma courses by 30th March, 2018

    5. For Ph.D. Programme by 30th April, 2018

    6. Applications for School of Open Learning (SOL) from Foreign nationals from Nepal/Tibet/ Bhutan by 29th June, 2018


    You can get details for Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Ph.D Programme in Management Studiesin below listed sites

    Department of Business Economics: http://dbe-du.org/home.php
    Department of Commerce: http://www.commercedu.com/
    Faculty of Management Studies: http://www.fms.edu/?q=node/17

    *Documents Required

    Passport , Citizenship card by Nepalese nationals along with Passport, Registration Card by Tibetan, Date of Birth Certificate, PIO/OCI Card (if applicable),Refugees-Certificate from UNHCR, Syllabus of last qualifying examination (if applicable), Document Supporting 12 years of Schooling Education, Association of Indian Universities (AIU) Certificate (wherever applicable), Valid Certificate of TOEFL/Academic IELTS/ELPC, Medical Insurance, For Working Diplomats: NOC from protocol Division of MEA, Government of India, Recommendation letter from the University for admission under Casual Affiliation, Transcripts/ Marksheets and Degrees of academic credentials , Painting (for Fine Art), Mp3 Audio (for Music Students), Research Proposal (For M.Phil./Ph.D.), Proof of financial support for the duration of the M.Phil./Ph.D. enrolment, Certificate of Migration (wherever applicable),Foreign nationals studying through Indian board are expected to submit their final results within 10 days of declaration of result. For other boards results have to be submitted till the admission process is on.


    *Selection Process:

    Referred from DU's Offical Website

    1.Foreign nationals seeking admission in professional programmes (B. A. (Hons.) Business Economics, BMS, BBA(FIA), B. Tech (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations), B. A. (Hons.) Humanities and Social Sciencs, B.El.Ed, B.P.Ed. B. A. (Hons.) Multimedia and Mass Communication, B. A. (Hons) Hindustani Music (Vocal/Instrumental), B. A. (Hons.) Music, 5 year integrated programme in Journalism, Master of Fine Arts (MFA), B.Sc. ( PE, HE & S), B.Ed., M.Ed., and in all Post Graduate programmes are exempted from entrance test.

    2. Foreign nationals fulfilling the eligibility criteria may be registered for M.Phil./Ph.D. over and above the maximum admissible strength. However at any given time, the total number of foreign students shall not exceed 10% of the total admissible strength of the department. Foreign nationals must provide evidence of language competence suited to the department they wish to join.

    3. Foreign nationals are exempted from entrance test and interview for admission to M.Phil./ Ph.D. Programmes. They may be admitted based on their research proposal, subject to fulfilling the minimum eligibility criteria. The decision regarding the same rests with the Department Research Committee (DRC) subject to approval from Board of Research Studies (BRS) for the Ph.D. Programme and M.Phil. Committee for the M.Phil. Programme.

    4. The Applications are forwarded to the admission committee constituted by the concerned Department/ Faculty for screening the applications of foreign nationals. The committee short lists the applications according to the eligibility requirement, merit, and number of seats.

    You may visit www.du.ac.in for the detailed information regarding the eligibility requirement, etc.

    If you have completed Grade 12 examination from an Indian Board or passed the last qualifying examination from Indian University then you will come under the category of 5% quota for admission to various programmes.

    All foreign nationals with foreign qualifications are required to submit the Equivalence certificate from Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with the application form to below address

    AIU House
    16, Comrade Indrajit Gupta Marg,
    New Delhi-110002, India
    Phone: (91)-11-23230059, (91)-11-23232429
    Fax: (91)-11-23232131
    Email: international@aiu.ac.in
    Website: http://www.aiu.ac.in

    Only those applicants who fulfill the eligibility requirements and are recommended for admission by the respective admission committee are issued a provisional admission letter by the Foreign Students' Registry (FSR) office. The provisional admission letter is sent to the applicant's Embassy in New Delhi, Indian High Commission in applicant's Home country and a scanned copy of the letter to the applicant's email address. Applicants are advised to write their email addresses and other details clearly on the application forms. Provisional admission letter does not guarantee a seat in any specific college of the University of Delhi. All foreign students should report to the Foreign Students' Registry (FSR) office by the date mentioned on the provisional admission letter.


    All foreign nationals entering India are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of a national passport with a valid visa obtained from an Indian Mission or Post abroad.

    The Provisional Admission letter shall be used to apply for the Student/ Research visa to the Indian Embassy. The visa must be endorsed in the name of the University of Delhi. No other endorsement will be acceptable.Please visit for more info :https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/index.html

    Student Visa:
    Student Visa is required to join Undergraduate Programme, Post-Graduate Programme, Certificate or Diploma Programme, and M. Phil. Programme.

    Research Visa:
    Research Visa is required to join the Ph.D. Programme.
    No Admission will be granted on Tourist Visa/ X-Visa.

    Candidate is required to report at Foreign Students' Registry office within the prescribed date.
    He/She undergoes following formalities at FSR office : Candidate has to complete the arrival form at FSR office. Verification of Valid Visa, Visa endorsement, Passport, Original Education Documents, Medical Insurance, English Proficiency Certificate/ TOEFL/Academic IELTS scores, is done by FSR staff. Candidate is issued Registration Fee slip. Candidate pays the registration fee. Reports back to FSR office with fee receipt. College/ Department is allotted by the FSR office & college admission letter is issued. Candidate will be issued admission letter and is further advised to contact the nodal officer of allotted College/Department/Faculty.

    All foreign nationals who receive a provisional admission letter from the Foreign Students' Registry office for any programme in the University of Delhi should obtain a valid visa and bring all original documents to complete the admission process, without which no admission shall be granted.The visa must be endorsed in the name of the University of Delhi. No other endorsement will be acceptable.


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