DU JAT 2018 Student Reactions
DU JAT 2018 Student Reactions - Delhi University conducted the DU JAT entrance exam on Friday, June 22, 2018, in an online or computer-based mode in two shifts. The first shift has been conducted from 8 AM to 10 AM and the second shift from 12 PM to 2 PM. The exam is conducted for admissions to six stipulated colleges, offering Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), and eight other colleges which offer B. A (Hons) in Business Economics and BBA (FIA) programmes affiliated under Delhi University. The final admissions will be for around 1162 seats across 15 participating institutes of DU JAT.
The overall difficulty level of DU JAT 2018 exam was moderate to difficult. The total number of questions was 100 and the question pattern was random having no sectional demarcation. A lot many candidates had faced trouble in solving the questions on Mathematics, especially its integration part. Logical Reasoning and English seemed to be easy for most of the test takers. Careers360 reporters spoke to the test takers to bring forth DU JAT 2018 student reactions.
DU JAT 2018 Student Reactions
Misha – A Commerce student with Mathematics from RSKV School, New Delhi, I scored 73 per cent in the Board examination. I found DU JAT to be a moderate exam and expecting to secure an overall score beyond 200. According to me, the easiest section was Logical Reasoning (LR) followed by Mathematics and the difficult one was General Knowledge (GK). Took coaching from Career Leaders for 3 months and I credit 70 to 80 per cent of the success to them. I prepared for the entrance of BJMC (Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication) from the Career Leaders as well.
Vanshika – The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to difficult. The questions on English were the easiest while questions on Maths were the most difficult, especially integration part. I might not score above 200 as it was on the difficult side.
Ritika - I found it to be a moderate exam with easy Logical Reasoning questions and tough Maths questions. Completed my 12th Boards Expecting a score above 200
Sakshi - I am from SKV School, Lajpat Nagar, a student of Commerce with Mathematics; scored 60 per cent in 12th Boards. I did not take any coaching sessions for DU JAT preparation. As per me, the overall exam was difficult. Getting ready to appear for B.El.Ed exam for DU.
Sangam - My exam went really well as I was prepared for any kind of questions including Maths. The questions on Mathematics were mainly based on Class 12 NCERT texts only. Though there were some challenging GK questions but not too many of them. Will definitely score above 200, but hoping for 300 and above. The time allotted was more than sufficient as not too many calculative questions were asked. The questions pertaining to English were very easy.
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Questions related to B.B.A/ B.M.S
can i get BA economics with 81.03 percentile and 91.75 in bfs
It's difficult to predict the exact cut-off and possibilities of admission, as it depends upon the cut-off. It changes every year. It depends on the lot of factors such as the exam pattern, the number of students appeared, the number of students qualified, the highest score, whether you belong to any category or not. It varies from state to state.
You haven't mentioned the state and the category you belong to. So it's difficult to predict. Considering you as a general candidate the chances of getting admission in BA economics with 81.03 percentile seems less, for general candidate last year cut-off was 97 and for OBC it was 95 percentile.
Hope it helps
I have got 97.3068%tile in DUJAT 2020 and 96% in my class 12th board exams. I can expect BBA(FIA) in shaheed sukhdev college?
Firstly , congratulations for getting such a great percentile.you did amaze.
Yes I my dear friend you are highly applicable as you got such an amazing percentile and so is your 12 grades . Just wait for the second and third cut offs because chances of first cut off are less if you are a general category student .
how MANY seats are available for BBA/BMS IN DU UNIVERSITY?
Number of seats in Delhi University BBA colleges will vary for different category.
The seats mentioned below is only for UG management courses offered by the colleges.
- Gargi college offers 51 seats
- Shaheed Sukhdev college Bachelor of Management studies(BMS) offers 204 seats
- Shaheed Sukhdev college Bachelor of Management studies(BMS) offers 99 seats
- Lakshmi bai college offers 33 seats
- College of Vocational studies offers 62 seats
- Maharaja agrasen college offers 46 seats
- Sri guru nanak dev khalsa college offers 40 seats
- Shivaji college offers 68 seats
- Keshav mahavidyalaya offers 52 seats
- Sri guru gobind singh college of commerce offers around 40 seats
- Deen dayal upadhyaya college offers 51 seats.
Hope this helps you.
All the Best!!!
giving prefernce to colleges in the form is a smart move or not?
This is what exactly happens in counselling of any entrance exam. You are given a form to fill your preferences and as per your rank/score in entrance exam, the seats chosen by you are provided. This is the actual motto of counseling: to provide students with the desired seats. However, you must choose your seats wisely.
Hope I answered your query
I m a class 12 student , in board I have a supplementary in one subject outta six, can I appear for du jat 2020 after getting my pass result
DU JAT is going to be conducted from September 6-11, 2020. The eligibility criteria for DU JAT is that a candidate must have passed 10+2 in all subjects individually and you must have scored minimum 60% marks in best four subjects from a recognized board. Candidates whose qualifying exam results are awaited are also eligible to apply. You can appear in DU JAT 2020 if you have applied but you must pass in the supplementary exam and you must obtain the results before the counselling.