In order to bring transparency in admission process, the journalism faculty in Delhi University has come to a decision to show the answer keys of combined journalism entrance test (CJET) to its candidates after the examination process is over. CJET will take place on June 3 & the answer keys will be available for two days on a special website that was created for admission purpose.
Tarjeet Sabharwal, convener, CJET 2012 & faculty member of Delhi College of Arts & Commerce said that if students find any incongruity in answer keys, then they can contact with the University authority. If their claims are found to be true then candidates will get grace marks.
The course on BA (honours) journalism has been taught in five DU colleges namely Delhi College of Arts & Commerce,Maharaja Agrasen College, Lady Shri Ram College, Kamala Nehru College and Kalindi College. This year all these five colleges are holding a common entrance examination for BA (honours) journalism for the second year.
The number of total applications received in this year is around 2,250 & the registration procedure for CJET has closed on May 18. The number of seats for this course is 183. In addition to that two more seats have been reserved for differently abled candidates.