DU JAT 2017: Delhi University Joint Admission Test is commonly known as DU JAT, which is conducted every year for short-listing students for admissions to undergraduate programmes at Delhi University’s affiliated institutes. DU JAT 2017 is conducted for admissions to six colleges, offering Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), and eight other colleges which offer B.A (Hons) Business Economics and BBA (FIA) programmes. The test is likely to be conducted in an offline or paper-pencil based mode in the third week of June 2017. The test will be of two hours of duration starting from 4 pm to 6pm, across centres. The final admissions will be for around 991 seats across participating institutes of DU JAT. Candidates aspiring for admissions must read details about DU JAT 2017 and its eligibility, application form, dates and exam pattern.
Fast Facts- DU JAT
Exam Name: Delhi University Joint Admission Test
Commonly Known as: DU JAT
Exam Category: National
Exam Level: Under Graduate
Conducting Body: University of Delhi
DU JAT Important Dates 2017
The tetnative dates of DU JAT 2017 are:
DU JAT 2017 Important Dates
Availability of Online Applications
Exam Date- JAT
According to the eligibility criteria, senior secondary passed candidates can apply for the test. Details about the criteria are:
1.Candidates should have passed his/her senior secondary schooling from a recognised board like CBSE or board equivalent by the University of Delhi.
2.Candidates who have appeared in their final terms and are awaiting results, are also eligible to apply.
3.Applicants must have minimum of 60% in the qualification examination.
4.Candidates belonging to SC/ST category requires minimum 50%, and CW/PWD category candidates requires 54%, at senior secondary level.
5.It must also be noted that the DU JAT eligibility criteria may vary for each college.
All eligible candidates can rgister for the test by filling the DU JAT application forms in an online mode only. It is likely that the application process will start from the second week of May 2017. The application fee is likely to be around Rs. 500 for general and OBC category, and Rs.250 for SC/ST/PWD.
DU JAT Application Fee
General/ OBC/ CW Category
SC/ ST/ PwD Category
DU JAT is an offline objective type test with 100 questions to be answered by the questions. The duration of the test is two hours and the total marks are 300. The test has four sections najmely, namely Quantitative Ability, Reasoning & Analytical Ability, General English, and Business & General Awareness. Each correct answer will have three marks and one mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
The officials will release the DU JAT 2017 admit card/hall ticket for the registered candidates tentatively from first week of June 2017. The admit card will include Candidate’s Name, Roll Number, Photo, Signature, Examination Venue and Date. Candidates without the admit card will not be allowed to appear in the test. Candidates must make sure that the admit card is signed by the invigilator in the test room.
DU JAT Answer Key 2017
University of Delhi will release the answer key for DU JAT 2017 after the test has been conducted. The answer key will be released for each set of the test. Candidates have to download the DU JAT 2017 answer key to check their answers and have an estimate to their results.
DU JAT Result 2017
DU will announce the DU JAT 2017 results in the form of ranks and names of the candidates who are shortlisted for further selection process. The results will be announced for all those candidates who appeared in the test, tentatively in the first week of July 2017. The final results, after the selection process, will be released in the last week of July 2017.
DU JAT Cutoff 2017
The cutoff will be announced by the officials- DU after the test has been conducted and results has been declared. The selection procedure will be conducted as per the DU JAT cutoff. It is likely that the cutoff will be announced in the first week of July 2017.
DU JAT Selection Procedure 2017
The selection procedure of DU JAT 2017, after the test, consist of two steps- Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI). Only shortisted candidates are called for this stage. Final selection at this level is based on two factors: performance in the entrance exam and GD-PI which are given 85% and 15% weightages respectively.
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