What is DU JAT?

Delhi University Joint Admission Test is commonly known as DU JAT, which is conducted every year for short-listing students for admissions to undergraduate management programmes at Delhi University’s affiliated institutes. DU JAT is conducted for admissions to six colleges, offering Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), and eight other colleges w..Read More

DU JAT Application Details

  • A login id and password must be created at the time of registering for online form filling for Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS). These login credentials will be useful for all future online correspondence related to BMS.

  • Once the complete application form of DU JAT is filled, the application fee must be paid via Debit or Credit card. Only when the payment acknowledgement is received will the application form be considered as submitted.

  • ‘Save and Logout’ option will allow aspirants to save the progress made in filling the DU JAT application form and return to the last stage in case an aspirant is unable to complete the form in one go.

  • Once the payment has been made, no editing is allowed in the DU JAT application form.

  • The acknowledgement slip of the application fee payment must be preserved in printed form till the admission process gets completed.

  • Only candidates who have successfully submitted the online application form of DU JAT will be able to access their admit card for the exam.


DU JAT Eligibility Criteria

  • Every aspirant must have passed in the March/April board examinations, conducted by a recognised board, to be eligible to appear in the test. The Senior Secondary School Examination must be of CBSE or any other examination which is considered equivalent by the University of Delhi.

  • Candidates who have appeared in the senior secondary examinations and are awaiting their results are also eligible to apply.

  • Candidates belonging to the General Category should have an aggregate of minimum 60% in four papers including English, Mathematics and other two subjects from the list of elective subjects as approved by the University of Delhi.

  • The minimum percentage requirement for SC, ST, CW and PwD category candidates is 55% in each of the four papers considered for computing the aggregate.

  • In case of students awaiting their board results, they need to produce the confirmed result and mark sheet of the qualifying examination on the day of the DU JAT Counselling/ Selection Procedure for admission in BMS/BBA (FIA)/ B.A (Hons) Business Economics programs.

  • Candidates without any result confirmation marksheets would not be considered as eligible, and will not be allowed for admissions.

  • In case of candidates belonging to any other category except general (OBC-non creamy layer/SC/ST/PwD/CW), they need to produce their category certificate at the final admission stage.

  • Candidates with compartment in any of the subjects are not eligible as per the DU JAT eligibility criteria.

  • Also, candidates who have appeared for XII class improvement papers are not eligible to apply for DU JAT for the current year. They may apply next year.


DU JAT Exam Fee

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DU JAT Exam Pattern

Mode of Exam: Online
Exam Format: Objective
Number of Sections: Four
DU JAT Exam Section Number of TopicsNumber of QuestionsSection Score
General Awareness
General English
Analytical & Logical Reasoning
Quantitative Aptitude
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DU JAT Counselling Details

  • The selected candidates will have to visit the of Delhi University website for exercising the option of college/course selection.

  • There is no counselling process. The allotment of course/college will be done by the University based on the option exercised by the applicants, which would be final and no change is allowed at any stage.

Documents required at the time of GD/PI for admissions to BMS, BBA(FIA) and BA (H) Business Economics Programs followed by the DU JAT:

  • Candidates have to carry the admit card with attested photograph and its photocopy.

  • One attested copy of Senior Secondry Examination marksheet

  • A General category candidate should have minimum 60% marks, while for OBC it is 54% and 55% for CW &PWD.

  • One attested photocopy of the confirmed result of qualifying exam (XIIth standard).

  • Original certificate that states a candidate belongs to the particular category

  • Latest Income Certificate of the parents (applicable only to the candidates belonging to OBC category) original and one self attested photocopy.


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