Delhi Technological University M.Sc. Maths, Physics, Biotech courses online admissions 2020


Are you looking for admission notifications for M.Sc. programs in Delhi? This article provides complete information on the M.Sc. courses offered by Delhi Technological University, which is conducting online admissions for M.Sc. Maths, M.Sc. Physics, and M.Sc. Biotechnology two-year courses for the academic session 2020-22. Details of the eligibility requirements for each course, the DTU M.Sc. program fee structure, and the online registration and application process have been provided.

Delhi Technological University (DTU) invites applications from Graduates who wish to pursue a Postgraduate M.Sc. course for the academic session 2020-2022. There are 40 seats available for each of the Departments of Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, and Applied Biotechnology. The curriculum of the two-year course in each of the three disciplines is based on a Choice Based Credit System (called CBCS in short) as per UGC norms. The admission process will be through a national-level entrance test, the mode of which will be decided upon later.

Eligibility requirements

M.Sc. Mathematics

You should have completed B.A. or B.Sc. (General or Hons.) with min. 55%, or the equivalent CGPA as provided by the institute or university, with Mathematics as one of the main subjects.

M.Sc. Physics

You should have completed B.Sc. (General or Hons.) with min. 55% or the equivalent CGPA, as provided by the institute or university, with Physics as one of the main subjects.

M.Sc. Biotechnology

You should have completed B.Sc. (General or Hons.) with min.55%, or the equivalent CGPA as provided by the institute or university, with Biology as one of the main subjects.



Note: Students who are appearing for the qualifying exam, including backlogs or supplementary papers, can also apply, but will get provisional admission on submitting the certificate in the prescribed proforma given in the official brochure. The admission may be confirmed only on submission of the relevant documents no later than 31st October 2020.

Fee structure

The table below shows the fees for the M.Sc. course-
Delhi Technological University M.Sc. Courses Fee Structure
[Fee structure table source: Official brochure of DTU M.Sc. programs.]

The above course fee has to be paid online in a single instalment only, at the DTU website at the time of admission. Non-payment of the course fee will result in withdrawal of the admission offer.

Application procedure

Submit the online application for DTU M.Sc. programs latest by 20th July 2020 and pay the online fee as well. The printout of the completed online application must be signed and brought along with two photos (the photo should be the same as uploaded for the online application) at the time of counselling.

The application fee is Rs.1000/- for General, OBC, and EWS candidates and Rs.500/- for SC, ST, and PwD candidates. This fee can be paid with a debit or credit card or via Net Banking.



After admission approval

You have to report on the given date and at the given time at the venue mentioned by the Department for the admission round to the M.Sc. program. You need to bring along the original documents listed below, as well as one set of self-attested photocopies of these documents, two passport-size photos, a printout of the registration form (this must be signed), and the receipt of the online fee.

The documents that are required are:
  1. Proof of date of birth/Class 10 certificate
  2. .
  3. All mark sheets and certificate of qualifying exam (Graduation).

  4. Certificate supporting reserved category, as applicable.

  5. Income and Asset Certificate for students applying under EWS category.

Important dates

The last date to submit the online registration/application is 20th July 2020, 12 midnight.
List of eligible candidates for the entrance test will be displayed at the DTU website on 24th July 2020.
The Admit Card will be available for download at the DTU website on 5th August 2020.
The written exam for M.Sc. admissions is tentatively fixed for 11th August 2020.
The list of shortlisted candidates for the first round of admission will be displayed on 13th August 2020.
The submission for freezing of forms in the Department will be done by 20th August 2020, 5 p.m.
The list of vacant seats for the second round of admissions will be displayed on 25th August 2020.
Students shortlisted for the second round of admissions have to report on 3rd September 2020, at 10 a.m.
The list of vacant seats for the spot round will be displayed on 10th September 2020, 6 p.m.
Candidates shortlisted through the spot round have to report on 14th September 2020 at 10 a.m.



Contact information

Dean Academic (PG)/Associate Dean (Academic-PG)/M.Sc. Coordinator
Delhi Technological University
Shahbad Daulatpur, Bawana Road,
Delhi-110042.
Email: mscoordinator@dtu.ac.in.
Website: http://www.dtu.ac.in/.

You can also learn about M.Sc. Mathematics courses, M.Sc. Physics courses, and M.Sc. Biotechnology courses in India.

Those keen on pursuing an M.Tech. course can learn about the procedure to apply for DTU M.Tech. courses online admissions.


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