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Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, [DCAC] Delhi University Admissions 2019

 

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce ( DCAC) is one of the prestigious institutes which comes under Delhi University (DU). It is financed partially by NCT, Delhi. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce admission is based on merit which is based on the best of four scores from the 12th board exam. The college offers various courses in the field of Arts and Commerce.

DCAC Admission 2019

 The best of four scores in 12th board exam is the criteria for Delhi College of Arts and Commerce admission 2019. For B.Com (Hon) and BA ( Hon) applicant should get 45 % in 12th board exam.

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce Admission Contents

Courses offered By Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

  • DCAC offers seven courses in Arts and Commerce including Journalism.
  • B.com (Hon), B.com(prog). BA(Hon),BA(prog),B.Voc, B, Sc are undergraduate courses
Course Specialization
BA (Hon) 
Economics
Political Science
History
English
Hindi
Urdu
Persian
Sanskrit
Punjabi
Bengali
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Applied Psychology
Hindi patrakarita
B.Voc.
Printing Technology
Web Designing
Health Care Management
Retail Management and It
Banking Operations
Software Development
B.Sc.(Hon)
Mathematics
Mathematical Science
Anthropology
Botany
Zoology
Biological Science
Microbiology
Chemistry
Physics
Polymer science
Electronics
Geology
Food Technology
Biochemistry
Biomedical Science
Mathematical Science

 

DCAC Application Form

  1. Applicant should create username and password for the online site of the institute and then chose their course and fill the form and upload the documents
  2. Pay the registration fees in online mode and keep the transaction details with you
  3. After the list of the cut off being released. Applicant should log in to admission portal and apply for the college and course that applicant is eligible for
  4. Applicant should go to respected colleges and give the documents and form of admission portal for the verification process. 

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce Admission Fees  

 Fees for BA(Hon), BA(prog), B.com(Hon), B.com(prog) fees is Rs 30,045. It is a 3-year program. The following is the Delhi College of Arts and Commerce fee structure.

DCAC UG Admission 2019

Delhi college of arts offers various undergraduate courses like B.com(Hon), B.com(prog), BA(Hon), BA(prog), B.Scs(Hon)

DCAC UG Eligibility

Courses Eligibility
Admission Criteria
BA ( hon) English Candidates should get 45% in 12th board exam
Admission based on Merit Bases
BA ( hon) Hindi Candidates who also score 40% mark in the total and who also score 50 % in the subject are also eligible
BA (hon) Arabic, Bengali, Persian Sanskrit, Urdu, Punjabi Selection from the Best of fourscore in 12th board exam
BA (hon) German, Spanish, Italian, French Selection from the Best of fourscore in 12th board exam
BA(hon) Applied psychology, Geography, History political science, social work, sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Economics 45% in 12th board exam
BA(hon) Patarkarita,BA(hon) Journalism 45% in 12th board exam more in languages like Hindi and English.
B.com ( Hon) 45% in 12th board exam
B.com (Prog) 45 % in 12th board exam, have studied and passed in Maths
BSc (Hon) Anthropology, Biological science, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology Valued according to the best of fourscore
BSc (Hon) Chemistry, Physics, Polymer science 55% in PCM ( Physics Chemistry Maths) and 50% in English
BSc (Hon) Electronics 55% in PCM (Physics Chemistry Maths) and 50% in Language
BSc (Hon) Geology 55% in PCM (Physics Chemistry Maths) and 50% in Language
BSc (Hon) Food Technology 55% in PCM (Physics Chemistry Maths) and 50% in Language
BSc (Hon) Biochemistry 55% in PCM(Physics Chemistry Maths ) and 50% in English
BSc (Hon) Biomedical Science 55 % in PCB ( Physics Chemistry Biology) and 50% in English
BSc (Hon) Home Science 55 % in PCB ( Chemistry, Biology) and 50% in English
BSc (Hon) Mathematical Science 55 % in PCB ( Physics Chemistry Biology) and 50% in English
BSc (Hon) Mathematics Statistics The candidate will be selected by the score of Best of four
BSc (Hon) Computer Science
Candidate should score 45 % in 12th Board exam and 50% in Maths
Candidate should score 60 % in 12th Board exam
B.Voc(Health Management)
Candidate should get 40% in 12th board exam
B.Voc( Retail Management and IT)
B.Voc(Banking Operations)
B.Voc(Software Development)

 

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce Admission Helpline

DCAC Contact Details

Phone

011- 24109821

Fax

011-2682923

Email

principaldcac@gmail.com

 

DCAC Admission FAQs

  • How one can get admission in DCAC?

 -  It is a merit-based selection. Your merit is based on how well are your best of fourscore

  •  What is the admission process of DCAC?

 - Applicants need to fill the registration form given in online admission portal of university and pay the registration fee. After releasing of the cut off marks the applicant should apply for college and course according to the eligibility criteria.

  • How one can apply for B.Com (Hon) in DCAC?

- Applicant should get 45 % in 12th Board Exam.

 

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Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process 2019 for Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, [DCAC] Delhi University Reviews


Deepak
Deepak
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Admission criteria are the same in all the colleges under Delhi University. Students have to fill a form in Delhi university site and have to pay a fee of Rs 120 approx. After that student is eligible to get admission in Delhi University. On the same date every year June 19 first off is out. For ex-first cutoff of DCAC for BCom Hons (general) is 97%. Students who got more than or equal to 97% are eligible to apply for admission under BCom Hons in DCAC. After first cutoff students have two days to apply in their eligible college.



Chetna
Chetna
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2019
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The cutoff for B.Comhonorss is usually high. For taking up this course, the student should have maths as a subject but it is not necessary to count mathematics marks in the best four. The last cutoff is usually above 90% for general category and 85% above for other categories students. Delhi college of arts and commerce is in top 5 of the best colleges of DU for commerce.



Anant
Anant
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
10/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The criteria for getting admission in the Bcom honors course is the cutoff. There is no entrance exam for this course but one has to pass mathematics in 12th class for B.com honors while the course doesn't require to study mathematics. I got 95% marks in class 12th CBSE board and secured the admission. To get into any DU college for this course minimum cut off for the general is around 90%.



Kanika
Kanika
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Admissions in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, [DCAC] Delhi University were based on 12th-grade percentage. The management at the time of Admission Process was really bad because of too much crowd.
  • Typical Cutoff for the course was 95-97%. There are no entrance exams for such courses which have a negative point because the intelligence of a person cannot be judged just by the academic performance of 12th-grade.


Anwesha
Anwesha
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Economics), batch of 2021
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The admission is centralized under Delhi University. It is purely on the basis of merit. Students have to fill the university form and then wait for the cutoffs. The cutoff for economics honours us somewhere around 95.25-97% considering it is one of the most sought after courses in DU



adeeb
Adeeb
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Journalism and Mass Communication), batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

There are just the cut-off criteria for admission. If the percentage of board exams match the percentage in the cut-off list then you are eligible for admission. The typical cutoffs for this are 89-91℅. There are no entrance exams for this course.



Janmesh
Janmesh
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Political Science), batch of 2019
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

There are not very much rules for admission in b.a hons. for entrance you are required with a fix set of percentage in 12th which is so called cut off list. Mostly cutoffs for b.a hons( pol.sci) ranges between 8.9-9.6.



Shafaq
Shafaq
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Economics), batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Admissions at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce are strictly in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Delhi University.
  • The typical cutoff is generally high


Salil
Salil
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The eligibility criteria are on merit basis.
  • I got admission in the fifth cut off in Bcom Hons.
  • The fifth cutoff was 94.75%.


Prakhar
Prakhar
B.Com( Hons), batch of 2018
6/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Admission to B.com(Hons) is totally cutoff based. Students don't have to give an entrance test. Above 95% in the 12th standard will get a seat at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce.



Discussion Forum



Q

What is the admission procedure in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

Asked By Priya,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Priya,

Admissions

1. All applicants seeking admission to the College should read the prospectus of the College. The prospectus contains relevant information regarding admission to various courses and conditions of eligibility.

2. Admissions are made purely on merit basis.

3. There is no minimum age bar for admission to under graduate courses, and its colleges except in professional courses where regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirement (such as MCI, AICTE, etc.).

4. In case the applicant is selected for admission the original certificates along with attested copies will have to be submitted to the College at the time of admission:
( i ) A character certificate from the Head of the College or School last attended.
( ii ) A certificate of date of birth issued by the Board of Education.
( iii ) Provisional certificate of the last public examination passed.
( iv ) A certificate of marks obtained in each subject at the last public examination.
( v ) Three recent passport size photographs.
( vi ) In case of Foreign students, a copy of Passport and Visa issued by competent authority.

Candidates who fail to submit all these documents within the time prescribed will not be considered for admission.

5. Candidates, claiming the benefit of being the children of officers and men of the Armed Forces killed or disabled in war, are required to get their names registered with the University Office.

6. Admission of foreign students is handled by the Foreign Students Advisor, Foreign Students Registrar C/o Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. No Foreign student is admitted directly by the College unless he/she produces a letter from the Foreign Students Advisor University of Delhi, regarding his/her eligibility and clearance of his/her holding students visa. Every Foreign student other than Tibetan refugee is required to pay 100 US Dollar per year as foreign students fee. The fee will be charged in rupee @ prevailing on the day of admission.

7. No individual intimation regarding admission will be sent. All announcements regarding admissions to various courses will be put up on the college Notice Board and website.

8. Once the Admission Committee has taken decision on a candidate's application for admission, to the College it will not entertain any personal representation, correspondence or telephonic inquiries on the subject.

9. Applicants admitted to the College will have to deposit the prescribed fees with in the specified period. Failure to do so will automatically lead to cancellation of admission.

10. The College does not admit or re-admit the following categories of students:
( a. ) Those who have failed in a University Examination.
( b. ) Those whose results were withheld on account of unfair means.

Thank You.



Q

What is the admission procedure for B.A (Journalism) in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, [DCAC] Delhi University?

Asked By Shiva,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hello Shiva!

Here are the details:

1. All applicants seeking admission to the College should read the prospectus of the College. The prospectus contains relevant information regarding admission to various courses and conditions of eligibility.

2. Admissions are made purely on merit basis.

3. There is no minimum age bar for admission to under graduate courses, and its colleges except in professional courses where regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirement (such as MCI, AICTE, etc.).

4. In case the applicant is selected for admission the original certificates along with attested copies will have to be submitted to the College at the time of admission:
( i ) A character certificate from the Head of the College or School last attended.
( ii ) A certificate of date of birth issued by the Board of Education.
( iii ) Provisional certificate of the last public examination passed.
( iv ) A certificate of marks obtained in each subject at the last public examination.
( v ) Three recent passport size photographs.
( vi ) In case of Foreign students, a copy of Passport and Visa issued by competent authority.

Candidates who fail to submit all these documents within the time prescribed will not be considered for admission.

5. Candidates, claiming the benefit of being the children of officers and men of the Armed Forces killed or disabled in war, are required to get their names registered with the University Office.

6. Admission of foreign students is handled by the Foreign Students Advisor, Foreign Students Registrar C/o Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. No Foreign student is admitted directly by the College unless he/she produces a letter from the Foreign Students Advisor University of Delhi, regarding his/her eligibility and clearance of his/her holding students visa. Every Foreign student other than Tibetan refugee is required to pay 100 US Dollar per year as foreign students fee. The fee will be charged in rupee @ prevailing on the day of admission.

7. No individual intimation regarding admission will be sent. All announcements regarding admissions to various courses will be put up on the college Notice Board and website.

8. Once the Admission Committee has taken decision on a candidate's application for admission, to the College it will not entertain any personal representation, correspondence or telephonic inquiries on the subject.

9. Applicants admitted to the College will have to deposit the prescribed fees with in the specified period. Failure to do so will automatically lead to cancellation of admission.

10. The College does not admit or re-admit the following categories of students:
( a. ) Those who have failed in a University Examination.
( b. ) Those whose results were withheld on account of unfair means.

 



Q

What's the eligibility criteria and admission procedure for B.A (Journalism) in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, [DCAC] Delhi University

Asked By JULI,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Juli,

The admission procedure for B.A (Journalism) in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, [DCAC] Delhi University is given below.

 

  • All applicants seeking admission to the College should read the prospectus of the College. The prospectus contains relevant information regarding admission to various courses and conditions of eligibility.
  • Admissions are made purely on merit basis.
  • There is no minimum age bar for admission to under graduate courses, and its colleges except in professional courses where regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirement (such as MCI, AICTE, etc.).
  • In case the applicant is selected for admission the original certificates along with attested copies will have to be submitted to the College at the time of admission:

    • A character certificate from the Head of the College or School last attended.
    •  
    • A certificate of date of birth issued by the Board of Education.
    •  
    • Provisional certificate of the last public examination passed.
    •  
    • A certificate of marks obtained in each subject at the last public examination.
    •  
    • Three recent passport size photographs.
    •  
    • In case of Foreign students, a copy of Passport and Visa issued by competent authority.


    • Candidates who fail to submit all these documents within the time prescribed will not be considered for admission.

    • Candidates, claiming the benefit of being the children of officers and men of the Armed Forces killed or disabled in war, are required to get their names registered with the University Office.

    • Admission of foreign students is handled by the Foreign Students Advisor, Foreign Students Registrar C/o Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. No Foreign student is admitted directly by the College unless he/she produces a letter from the Foreign Students Advisor University of Delhi, regarding his/her eligibility and clearance of his/her holding students visa. Every Foreign student other than Tibetan refugee is required to pay 100 US Dollar per year as foreign students fee. The fee will be charged in rupee @ prevailing on the day of admission.

       

    • No individual intimation regarding admission will be sent. All announcements regarding admissions to various courses will be put up on the college Notice Board and website.

    • Once the Admission Committee has taken decision on a candidate's application for admission, to the College it will not entertain any personal representation, correspondence or telephonic inquiries on the subject.

    • Applicants admitted to the College will have to deposit the prescribed fees with in the specified period. Failure to do so will automatically lead to cancellation of admission.

    • The College does not admit or re-admit the following categories of students:

      ( a. ) Those who have failed in a University Examination.

      ( b. ) Those whose results were withheld on account of unfair means.

 



Q

What is the eligibility criteria for b.com in DCAC,Delhi?

Asked By Kyetok,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hello Kyetok!

Here is the information you need:

1. All applicants seeking admission to the College should read the prospectus of the College. The prospectus contains relevant information regarding admission to various courses and conditions of eligibility.

2. Admissions are made purely on merit basis.

3. There is no minimum age bar for admission to under graduate courses, and its colleges except in professional courses where regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirement (such as MCI, AICTE, etc.).



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