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Indraprastha College for Women, [IP] New Delhi Admissions 2019

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Application Process for Indraprastha College for Women, [IP] New Delhi Admissions 2019


Application Process-Indraprastha College for Women, [IP] New Delhi

  • The candidates can apply for the courses through online mode.

  • Candidates have to go to the official website of the college.

  • Then click on the registration for admission.

  • The submission of the form can be done through online mode or offline mode.

  • If the submission is done through online mode- The candidate has to pay Rs.500 (200/- for reserved category candidates) through online payment.
  • If the submission is done through offline mode- The candidate can send the form along with a bank draft of Rs.500 (200/- for reserved category candidates), the bank draft should be drawn in favor of The Principal, IP College for Women, Delhi.

Admission Process for Indraprastha College for Women, [IP] New Delhi


Admission Process- Indraprastha College for Women, [IP] New Delhi

  • Candidates should fill the common online registration form for the relevant category (UR / OBC / SC / ST / PWD) for College website admission 2019.

  • The college for admission will convey the cut-off marks for various courses (for the UR / OBC / SC / ST / PWD categories), as per the schedule announced by the University.

  • The candidates must check the University website, the college website and the college notice board for cutoffs for different courses.

  • After the declaration of the cut-off list, the candidates are required to take admission within the stipulated period, as specified in the admission schedule.

  • The college admits the candidates who have the marks that meet the announced cut- off criteria. First- come- first serve policy will not be followed.

  • The candidates who could not take admission in a given cut-off list can be considered for admission in the immediate next cut-off list only on the last date of admission, subject to availability of seats. For Boards, like International Baccalaureate and others, whose results are declared late, candidates may be considered in whichever cut-off list their results are declared, subject to availability of seats and provided the candidate had completed the online registration process.

  • The candidates who meet the requisite cut-off should log into the UG admission portal and select college/course where she wishes to take admission and meets the desired cut-off criterion.

  • The candidate should take the print out of the admission form and along with the list of documents have to proceed to the college for verification of mark-sheet, calculation of cut-off percentage depending on the course and verification of other documents.

  • The college will retain the certificates of the approved candidate in order to avoid multiple admissions. The certificates will remain with the colleges during the admission process. However, the colleges shall promptly return the documents in case of student withdraws/cancels the admission or student wishes to appear in counseling of any other University / Institute.

  • The college will approve the admission on the UG admission portal. The candidate will then be required to log-on to the UG admission portal to make the online Admission Fee payment through one of the available online payment options. 

  • The admission in the college is completed only after payment of the online admission fee on the UG admission portal within the prescribed time-limit.

  • A candidate can take admission only in one course in one college at any given time. In case a student wishes to withdraw/cancel the admission in a course/college, the candidate should approach the college where the admission is taken. Only after the college cancels the admission of a candidate, the candidate can proceed to take admission in other courses/colleges.

  • The admission fee will be refunded to the candidate as per the College / University rules.

  • After five cut-off lists, the colleges will notify vacant seats course-wise and category-wise on the college and University websites. The registered candidates required to apply in the colleges/courses against vacant seats through the UG admission portal, using the subsequent procedure laid down in the Undergraduate Merit Bulletin.

  • The college shall follow the university guidelines with respect to gap year policy. The gap year(s) would be no bar for the purpose of admission to the undergraduate courses.

  • The candidates have to bring all the original documents

  • The candidates shall be offered provisional admission subject to the verification of their medical certificate.

  • The candidates with a medical certificate certifying 40% and above disability shall be eligible to be considered in this category. The certificate has to be issued by the Chief Medical Officer of a District or Civil Surgeon or any Government Hospital authorized to issue such certificate.

  • All the University of Delhi guidelines with respect to PWD category shall apply for the candidates.

Documents to be submitted on the day of the Admission:

  • XII class mark sheet,

  • XII class pass certificate / provisional,

  • X class board examination certificate,

  • X class mark sheet,

  • Migration certificate / transfer certificate / school leaving certificate,

  • Character certificate,

  • SC / ST / CW / PWD certificate in the name of the candidate issued by a competent authority,

  • OBC non-creamy layer certificate in the name of the candidate issued by a competent authority,

  • Latest income certificate of the parents (applicable only to the candidates belonging to OBC category) original and one self-attested photocopy,

  • 1 set of self-attested photocopy of all original documents,

  • 2 photographs.

Eligibility Criteria for Indraprastha College for Women, [IP] New Delhi Admissions 2019


Eligibility Criteria for B.Com {Hons.}

  • Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination for Indraprastha College for Women, New Delhi admission 2019

  • Applicants seeking admission should have secured a minimum of 60% marks in 10+2 examination.

Eligibility Criteria for B.Sc {Hons.}

  • For admission in Indraprastha College for Women, candidates should have passed 10+2 examination.

  • Applicants seeking admission should have secured a minimum of 60% marks in Mathematics.

  • Applicants seeking admission should have secured a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate of four subjects including Mathematics, one language and two other subjects listed as academic subjects by the respective Boards.

Eligibility Criteria for MA

  • Candidates should have Bachelor's Degree in Arts for admission in Indraprastha College for Women admission 2019.

  • Candidates seeking admission should have a minimum of 60% marks in their interested language.

Eligibility Criteria for Other Courses.

Eligibility Criteria For B.A. / B.A. {Hons.}:

  • For admission in Indraprastha College for Women, candidates should have passed 10+2 examination in Arts.
  • Candidates must have a minimum of 60% marks in their interested language.

  • Candidates opting for Sanskrit will get a concession of 5% in minimum marks criteria. 

  • Candidates opting for Philosophy will get a concession of 2% in minimum marks criteria.

Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process 2019 for Indraprastha College for Women, [IP] New Delhi Reviews


Anica
Anica
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (English), batch of 2018
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • English is amongst one of the best courses that the Indraprastha college for women offers along with other courses such as Pol. Science, Economics , Bachelors in multimedia and mass communication, History,philosophy,etc.
  • Indraprastha college is largely a liberal arts institution which offers innumerable opportunities to the students to enhance their capabilities in their respective forte.
  • Talks by eminent personalities discussions on issues of importance and concern are conducted. 
  • Apart from these, Societies that nurture talents in fields of dramatics, debating, classical dance,western dance, western and Indian music are mere cherries on the top. 
  • But the finer the quality, the greater the challenge.Cut-offs for English typically range from 97℅-94℅. 
  • One should have a 12th board pass out certificate from either of the boards and the cutoff percentage in their best four to make it to IP in their subject of choice.
  •  And once in Ip , you step on a journey to exploration, success, progress and unimaginable fun.


Divya
Divya
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
8/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Admissions took place on merit basis. Delhi university issues cutoffs which are taken into consideration while checking eligibility. As Indraprastha, college is among top colleges so students seeking admission here must have a good percentage. For B com has cut off reaches to 97.5 % and for eco Hons, it is around 98%. A student seeking admission through sports quota or ECA quota must have to appear For a test and are selected accordingly. It is best for BMMMC (multimedia and mass communication ) and for that, a different criterion is there to take admission.


Chandni
Chandni
B(H) MMMC, batch of 2014
8/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The most prestigous and only course over India is there at the Indraprastha College of Women, which is B(H) MMMC - Bachelors in Multimedia and Mass Communication. When I went there for the admission, the eligibility criteria was based on your class 12th Merit. 
  • From the previous year the entrance exam has started again and out of 3000-4000 students only 52 are selected for this prestigous course.
  • The cut off for B(H)MMMC went upto around 96%. 


Neha
Neha
B. A. History Honors , batch of 2020
10/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility criteria for admission was strictly based on the released cutoffs as per Delhi University. The procedure required a thorough verification of our documents that were to be required for the admission. The typical cutoff for my course is 96% or above.



Bhawna
Bhawna
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Computer Science), batch of 2017
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The eligibility criteria to get into Indraprastha College for Women is to pass class 12
  • Admission process is purely based on merit
  • Typical cutoff is 97%


Amita
Amita
B.Com hons, batch of 2016
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

One of the best girls college of Delhi University. The eligibility criteria is the same i.e through cutoff list by Delhi university & cutoff of my course starts from 98.5%.



Vaishali
Vaishali
Bachelor of Multimedia and Mass Communication [B.M.M.M.C], batch of 2020
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Candidate must have passed the 12th from the recognized institute to get admission in this college. No separate entrance exam is conducted. Minimum 52% cutoff mark is required.



Neha
Neha
Bachelor of Mass Media [B.M.M.], batch of 2020
5/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility criteria for applying was a minimum of 75% aggregate in the class 12th examination in any stream. The merit list came out according to the entrance exam given.



Shalini
Shalini
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Economics), batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility for admission was on the basis of marks percentage got in class 12th exams. No any entrance exam was taken. The cutoffs are like above 96% in the 1st cutoff.



nsliani
Nsliani
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (History), batch of 2020
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

I applied on merit bases so I did not have to go through any entrance examinations. To get admission in this college one has to score well in 12th-grade.



Discussion Forum



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Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hey Pournami

Here is the information you need:

Indraprastha College for women Admission 2016-17:-

 

Delhi University UG Admission 2016-17:-
 
Apply online at website:- http://ug.du.ac.in
 
Start date for online Registration - 1st June 2016
 
Closing date for online Registration - 19th June 2016
 
Notification of First Admission List - 27th June 2016
 
Commencement of Classes - 20th July 2016
 
Closing date of Admission - 16th August 2016


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Is there B.Tech in indraprastha college of women?

H, please tell me if there's B.Tech in Indraprastha College, [IP] New Delhi.

Asked By neha,

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Asked By Sakshi,

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Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Sakshi,

Is it the Right Career for Me?

Answering this question requires a critical self-evaluation. You need to have creativity—a way with words and excellent communication skills as you will be required to explain and inform, about the most complex of issues, in the simplest of terms—to a large number of people. Moreover, you require great deal of patience, because in this field, it takes a lot of hard work, and quite some time, to make it to the top.

Job Prospects

A professional course in mass communication opens doors for a career in films & TV, publishing, public relations, journalism, editing, direction, filmmaking, scriptwriting, production, etc. In nutshell, Mass Communication widens up the horizon of career options for a person. Depending upon personal interest and inclination a mass communication professional can choose a job. Attractive and high paying jobs as journalist, actor, director, editor, screenwriter, RJ, producer, VJ are available to the talented and trained individuals.

Pay Packet

Whereas candidates passing out from IIMC, MCRC Jamia, Symbiosis College and many other institutes receive attractive placement after their courses and handsome salaries, students from not-so-well- known institutes have to work hard to get placed. Starting salary for a mass communication professional could be between Rs 12,000 and 25,000. After 5 Years of work experience a professional can expect higher salary in the range of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,00,000 per month.

Demand and Supply

Demand and supply plays a crucial role in careers of mass communication professionals. The global recession had cost many high profile journalists their jobs and the graduates of these turbulent times found it extremely hard to get placed. On the contrary, there is a dearth of trained professionals in mass media, new entertainment and news channels and with new launches in the pipeline the demand will only shoot up. Opening up of media sector for foreign investment is expected to create new jobs in the field.

Market Watch

Career opportunities in mass communication are expected to increase as not less than 70 news channels will come up in next five years. Thanks to mass media, news and entertainment job opportunities are aplenty for trained professionals in various roles - particularly in journalism and films. India being the largest producer of films in the world has ample opportunities. Technically qualified media professionals can work for TV channels, production houses or can make documentaries on their own.

International Focus

News Corporation of Rupert Murdoch, Disney Entertainment, Warner Brothers, CNBC, Guardian Group, BBC, ABC and many others are included among the large media groups which offer attractive jobs in mass communication at different levels and positions. In fact jobs in these organisations are attractive in terms of compensation and offer challenging job profiles. Indian professionals have an edge to work in international media houses for they have excellent command over English language.

Positives/Negatives

Like any career option, mass communication too has positive features as well as a flip side.
A career in mass communication requires commitment, dedication and sacrifice of personal time for the sake of staying on front or top, particularly in news industry. A journalist may have to work day in and day out to get breaking news. Similarly, media professionals who are in entertainment or film making need to work with passion which may come at the cost of their personal life.
However, in a nutshell, mass communication as a career provides job satisfaction, name and fame and a challenge to live with.

Different Roles,Different Names

Following are the various job profiles offered to graduates in mass communication:

  • Fashion Photographer
  • Film Director
  • TV Correspondent
  • Producer
  • Radio Jockey/ RJ
  • Screenwriter
  • Sound Engineer
  • Sound Mixer and Sound Recordist
  • Special Correspondent
  • Video Jockey
  • Art Director
  • Editor
  • Event manager
  • Public Relations Officer

Tips for Getting Hired

Besides pursuing a course from a mass communication institute, a candidate is required to possess certain skills or interests which help him get a job. Candidates who are interested to get into news media should have keen interest and sound knowledge of news and current affairs. Global perspective on various issues helps candidates in obtaining the position of reporter or journalist.

Similarly, those who are interested in electronic media are required to have practical knowledge on video editing. Most of the mass media training institutes offer internship programs with news channels or entertainment channels which help candidates get a job after completion of the course.

Top Companies

  • Hindustan Times Group of Publication

  • NDTV Network

  • Zee TV Network

  • Times of India Publication Group

  • Viacom

  • BBC

  • TV 18 Group

  • Big Entertainment and numerous others.

Thank You.



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What is the eligibility criteria for BA(Economics) in Indraprastha College, [IP] New Delhi ?

What is the eligibility criteria for BA(Economics) in Indraprastha College, [IP] New Delhi ?

Asked By Piyush,

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Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi, Sarthak

Fees for BA in Economics Course offered by Indraprastha College, New Delhi is arround INR 8,000 Per Annum.




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