Delhi Technological University (DTU), formerly known as the Delhi College of Engineering will start its admission process from June 7, 2011 for the 2011-12 academic session.
P B Sharma, vice chancellor of the university said that the admission process has been divided into three phases. Admissions will be completed by July 26 and the new academic year will commence from August 2. BTech programme in mathematics and computing with an intake 60 seats will also be introduced from this year. Moreover, the university will for the first time introduce online registration process, doing away with the manual process completely.
The first phase of admission starts from June 7 and will continue till June 15, where aspirants will be allowed to register online. They are required to submit their details, pay registration fee (application fee) and will be allotted a user id and password.
In the second phase, which is from June 23 to June 29, eligible candidates will be allowed to indicate their subject preference. They can change their choices till June 29, but will not be allowed to make any changes after that.
In the final phase actual allotment of seats will commence. The first list of eligible applicants will be displayed on the website on the first week of July. Selected candidates are required to visit the university, submit their documents, pay the fees and secure their admission during the allotted days.
The admissions will be done on the basis of the rank obtained in AIEEE-2011 and subject to a student clearing his/ her class XII or BSc (General) or BSc (H) examination with minimum 60% marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics. A candidate must additionally have passed English as a subject of study.
At the undergraduate level, DTU offers 15 BTech programmes with a total intake of 1,188 seats of which 85% seats are reserved for candidates from Delhi. The university will reserve one seat in each of the BTech programmes over the sanctioned intake, for a single girl child in the family to be filled on merit.
The MTech programmes of the University in 17 disciplines have 306 seats for the full-time courses and 45 seats for part-time courses. For aspirants of a full time course in MTech programme, apart from securing a minimum of 60% marks in the prescribed qualifying examination, a candidate needs to have a valid Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) score. But, for the part-time course a candidate need not have the GATE score, but needs a minimum of one-year work experience.