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DUET 2021 ( Delhi University Entrance test) is a national level exam conducted to provide entrance to DU affiliated colleges. The test is conducted via NTA.
Though this time entrance to DU is going to be done on merit basis but still few affiliated colleges require admission through entrance test. The first stop list is predicted to be out by October, 2021 and it is likely that this year the cut off will also be very high.
This year as CBSE cancelled the 12th boards hence the entrance test became necessary to check the capability of the candidates. It is important that the candidates get admitted on the basis of their intellectual level and not on the basis of the percentage granted by CBSE. Since the exams were cancelled it has become difficult to check the potential of the candidates as many students scored above 95% this year on the basis of the other assessment process or internal markings. This year, the application process for the DUET 2021 started on July 26th.
DUET 2021 Exam details
DUET 2021 as announced by NTA on September 2nd is going to be conducted from September 26 to October 1. This year DU and JNU both will have their own entrance test. Apart from this, CUCET ( Central University Common Entrance Test) has been cancelled this year. The exam is going to be held in ‘CBT’ (Computer Based Text) mode. DUET will be held for UG, PG, MPhiL and PhD courses. The number of candidates registering for DUET is higher this year and a large number of candidates registering are reported to be from CBSE.
The exam is being divided into three slots; first from 8:00 am to 10:00 am, the second form 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm and the last from 5:00 pm to 7: 00 pm. Each slot is going to be of two hours where the candidates have to answer 100 questions, each question carrying 4 marks and a negative marking for each incorrect answer. The questions are going to be multiple choice based. However, the language of the paper will be only English.
It must be noted that for PhD, MPhiL, and PG courses the number of questions are reduced to 50 and for rest it is 100. Moreover, the admit card is still not released and will be released in the course of time. The candidates are asked to keep checking the official website of NTA for further details – https://nta.ac.in/.
On 26,28 and 30th September entrance exams for the PG, MPhiL, and PhD courses will take place and on the rest of the days the test for UG programme and other courses will be held. Instructions about the exam date, reporting time and other information will be provided in the admit card.