Delhi University Announces DU JAT 2016 Results; 4682 candidates shortlisted for GD PI
Delhi University has announced the Results for its undergraduate entrance exam DU Joint Admission Test (DU JAT) on July 2, 2016. The results have announced the shortlist status of the candidates who had appeared for the entrance exam for BMS, BBA (FIA) and BA (Hons) Business Economics courses, which was conducted on June 20 in paper pencil based mode. As many as 4682 test takers have been shortlisted for the GD and PI rounds. The total number of test takers is 20,805.
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The GD and PI rounds will be conducted from July 5 to 10, 2016. The schedule and venue for the selection procedure are also given in the result.
Documents to bring from the selection procedure:
The University of Delhi has announced in a notice the documents and certificates to be brought for the GD PI rounds.
Students are required to carry the Admit Card bearing the attested photograph with the Invigilators signature and its photocopy.
2. One attested photocopy of the marks statement of Senior Secondary Examination (or its equivalent). The candidate in General category should have secured at least 60 % marks (54 % for OBC, 55 % for CW & PWD categories) and passing marks in XIIth standard for SC/ST candidates across four papers including English and Mathematics.
One attested photocopy of the confirmed result of qualifying exam (XIIth standard).
Original Certificate in the name of the candidate issued by the Competent Authority to the effect that the candidate belongs to OBC (Central list – Non-Creamy Layer) / SC / ST / CW / PWD* category along with an attested photocopy of the same.
Latest Income Certificate of the parents (applicable only to the candidates belonging to OBC category) original and one self-attested photocopy
The venue of the selection procedure is Ramanujan College, Kalkaji, New Delhi.
DU JAT is conducted by University of Delhi for admissions to 6 colleges which offer Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Course and 8 colleges offering B.A (Hons) Business Economics and BBA (FIA) programmes.
The exam was a multiple choice objective type test, where the candiadtes had to answer a total of 100 questions within the duration of 2 hours. After the announcement of the results, the shortlisted candidates have to appear in the selection process to avail final admissions in their preferred college.
DU JAT 2016 Selection Procedure has below-given steps:
- Appear in Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds
- Final admission will be based on the performance in the test and the selection rounds and performance in class XII
- Based on the performance in the written test, candidates approximately four to six times the number of seats for the relevant categories for each course i.e. BMS and BBA (FIA) will be called for group discussion and interview.
Final Selection will be made for all categories on the basis of the weights provided below:
a. 85% for the Entrance test
b. 15% for the GD and Interview
The DU JAT 2016 Selection procedure is applicable to all the courses i.e.
1. Bachelor of Management Studies
2. Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis)
3. B.A.(Hons) Business Economics
The 6 colleges that offer BMS admissions via DU JAT scores are Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Maharaja Agrasen College, College of Vocational Studies and B R Ambedkar College. In all, there are approx. 1127 seats offered across the mentioned colleges.
First Published on: July 4, 2016
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Questions related to B.B.A/ B.M.S
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.
When will du jat happen for this year? Any tentative date??
Pls clarify what is BBA and BMS
It is a good question while one is Bachelor of Business Administration and the other is Bachelor of Management Studies. Frankly there is not much difference from a studies point of view as both the courses cover very similar subjects related to understanding of a business environment and that covers: Business Laws, Management Principals, Finance, Marketing, Economics, HR & Operations. Newer colleges may have subjects like Entrepreneurship, Data Analytics, Digital Marketing etc. Choose colleges that have the newer subjects as they become more relevant in today’s business.
Take for example HR, companies are looking for cost reduction by means of hiring freelancers, meaning if job functions (not core functions) can be outsourced then traditional HR will play a lessor role, while a newer HR model will have to teach you the fundamentals of managing outsourced resources and that is more important skill to have.
Another point to note is that competition raises the educational bar, now an MBA is becoming the norm for management. If this is the path you intend to take then an integrated program can also be considered.