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PGDAV College, Delhi University Admissions 2020

PGDAV College Admission: Quick Updates

  • The start date for the online registration is 20th June 2020.
  • Eligible candidates can register at the university website to begin the admission process. 
  • Registrations for online admission will close on 4th July 2020
  • The closing date for payments by registered candidates will be 4th July 2020
  • Details regarding the conduct of the entrance exams will be announced later. 

Pannalal Girdharlal Dayanand Anglo-Vedic (PGDAV) College is one of the oldest constituent colleges of the top-ranking University of Delhi. It was founded in 1957 by a leading business house of Delhi M/s Pannalal Girdharlal and DAV College Managing Society and is situated at one of the most prime and easily accessible locations in Nehru Nagar. It is well-known for excellence not only in academics but also in sports and other co-curricular activities. The college strives to provide an environment that nurtures qualities of humanism and inculcates values of teamwork. Various events are held in the college throughout the year, including the College Fest where students are encouraged to actively participate and even take the lead in organizing them. 

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PGDAV College Admission 2020

The students of PGDAV College are encouraged to participate and excel in academic, co-curricular and extracurricular activities the college has instituted various prizes which are awarded every year in recognition of merit in these fields. PGDAV College admission offers 13 undergraduate programs taught by 12 departments in the disciplines of Humanities, Commerce, Computer Science, and Mathematical Sciences. The college also offers postgraduate courses in Commerce, Hindi, Mathematics, and Political Science. The placement cell is visited by various companies like IBM, HP, ICICI, Jio, Muthoot Finance, Policy Bazaar, and many more. 

PGDAV College UG Admission 2020

PGDAV College offers undergraduate degrees in science, humanities, and commerce. The duration of all courses at the undergraduate level is 3 years. The intake for the undergraduate degrees is 303 for the humanities honors courses in total, 185 for the general humanities program, 277 for general B.Com, 185 for B.Com Honors, and 124 for the science courses. 

Course Specialization
BA General, Economics, English, History, Hindi, Political Science, Sanskrit, Honors
B.Sc Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematical Science, Honors
B.Com General, Honors

PGDAV College UG Admission: Course, Eligibility, Admission Details

Admissions to undergraduate courses at the University of Delhi are merit-based or entrance-based. All Honors applicants to the college are required to give the entrance examination set by Delhi University- DUET. All applicants are required to have scored at least 45% aggregate in their 12th standard examinations. 

Course Eligibility
BA
  • Applicants should have passed their 12th standard examinations with a 45% aggregate
  • Admission is granted on the basis of merit and entrance test
B.Sc
B.Com

PGDAV College PG Admission 2020

PGDAV College offers postgraduate degrees in Science, Humanities, and Commerce. The duration of all courses at the postgraduate level is 2 years. The intake for the postgraduate degrees is 18 students per specialization. All BA applicants for MA are required to score a minimum of 50% in the last qualifying examination, while non-BA applicants are required to score 60%. All Honors applicants for M.Com are required to have achieved an aggregate of 50%, B.Com applicants are required to score 55%, and applicants from other commerce-related streams are required to score 60%. 

Course Specialization
MA Hindi, Political Science
M.Sc Mathematics
M.Com Commerce

PGDAV College PG Admission: Course, Eligibility, Admission Details

Admissions to the postgraduate courses at the University of Delhi are merit-based as well as entrance-based. All Master’s applicants are required to give the entrance examination set by Delhi University- DUET. 

Course Eligibility
MA
  • Applicants should have completed a bachelor's degree in a relevant field with a minimum aggregate of 50%
  • Admission is granted is based on merit and the entrance test
M.Sc
M.Com

PGDAV College Application Form 2020

Admission to the courses at PGDAV College is conducted online. All applicants are required to register themselves on the online portal. The admission fee is based on the PGDAVC fee structure

  • Any first time user, in order to access the admission portal, needs to register on the portal. With a valid email id, they can easily register and generate login details by clicking on the 'New User Registration' button.
  • After logging in to the portal, the applicant needs to upload a passport size photo, their scanned signature, identity proof, and statement of marks from their last qualifying examination. 
  • After their preliminary documents are verified, the applicant can apply for their preferred course, which will be merit-based, entrance test-based, or both merit & entrance test based.  
  • After saving their application, they can pay the admission fees. 
  • Application for multiple courses requires separate application forms. 
  • For certain courses, applicants are required to provide a preference for colleges.
  • Applicants will be required to appear in person at the University of Delhi only at the very end of the admission process, for verification of certificates. 

Mandatory Documents 

  1. Original and unattested copies of 12th Mark Sheet and Admit Card
  2. Original and unattested copies of 10th Mark Sheet and Admit Card
  3. Original and unattested copies of undergraduate degree Mark Sheet and Admit Card (If applicable)
  4. Transfer Certificate or College Leaving Certificate (Original & Photocopy)
  5. Original Age-proof Certificate
  6. Two copies of passport-size Coloured Photographs.
  7. Original Caste Certificate (If applicable)
  8. Original Proof of Disabilities (If applicable)
  9. Government-approved any document as proof of residence
  10. Original and unattested copy of Aadhaar Card

PGDAV College Admission Helpline

PGDAV College Contact Details
Address Mahatma Gandhi Road, Nehru Nagar, New Delhi - 110065, India
Phone Number 9899179530, 9971155832, 9311307156, 9149002539,8595760622, 9311380716
Email ID [email protected], [email protected]

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PGDAV College, Delhi University Admission and Fess Details 2020:

Course For Admission Total Tution Fees Admission Forms
PGDAV College, Delhi University BA Rs. 540
PGDAV College, Delhi University BA {Hons.} Rs. 540
PGDAV College, Delhi University MA Rs. 360
PGDAV College, Delhi University B.Com {Hons.} Rs. 540
PGDAV College, Delhi University B.Sc Rs. 540
PGDAV College, Delhi University B.Sc {Hons.} Rs. 540
PGDAV College, Delhi University M.Com Rs. 360
PGDAV College, Delhi University M.Sc Rs. 360
PGDAV College, Delhi University B.Com Rs. 540

PGDAV College, Delhi University Admission FAQs

PGDAV College offers 13 undergraduate programs and 4 postgraduate courses taught by 12 departments in the disciplines of humanities, commerce, computer science, and mathematical sciences.

The minimum qualifying marks for applying for a bachelor's degree are 45% in the 12th standard examination. 

No, there is no hostel facility. 

Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process 2020 for PGDAV College, Delhi University Reviews


Adeeba
Adeeba
b.com programme , batch of 2017
5/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The college is situated at one of the prime locations in Nehru Nagar, near Lajpat Nagar on the Ring Road. The applicant seeking admission to the programmes and courses in the college of university oh Delhi must register online on the university's admission portal. Document required- 1- Photocopy of university oh Delhi online admission form 2- Class 10 Board Examination Certificate 3- Class 10 mark sheet 4- Class 12 mark sheet 5- Class 12 original certificate 6- Recent character certificate



Ishita
Ishita
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (English), batch of 2017
8/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • For getting admission in Delhi university, the most important thing is to have a good percentage
  • Now for getting admission in D.U for English honors, you need to check the cut - off lists of all the colleges to see whether your percentage lies within the college cutoff.
  • There is no entrance exam as such for getting admission in D.U.
  • The basic cutoffs of every college for English honors generally starts from 98 or 97% and then till the last cutoff it comes down to 92 to 90%. But yes of course as i said its not at all easy to get admission in D.U without working hard.


Ruhul
Ruhul
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (English Literature), batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The cutoff of the college seems to be comfortable and acceptable for many of the students as per their marks that had been obtained by them in their school. The infrastructure of this college is quite good but manageable as the cutoffs are low as compared to other colleges. College canteen is best of all and also the library serves a wide range of study material.



Anurag
Anurag
B.Sc mathematical sciences, batch of 2021
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Admission is given to the students on the basis of du cutoff list merit-based or exam based both options are available on the du website. Good staff and services are available. Many societies are also there such as "Parikalan", "NSS", "NCC", etc. Canteen, Sports equipment, garden playground all are well maintained.



Nitesh
Nitesh
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics), batch of 2017
6/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Admission to PGDAV college is marks based. There is no entrance for the admission. The marks needed to get admission can range between 90 to 95 percent. The percentage is of any four including Mathematics and one Language and two more(i.e it can be any two out of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Computer Science etc).



Arjun
Arjun
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

I took admission in PG dev college in the course BCom Hons in the year 2015. I got admission in the 1st cut off list which was 95% for BCom Hons but last year that is 2017 the highest cutoff has reached around 96.5%. I took 5th-semester exams last year in November in which I score 7.25 GPA.



vishnu
Vishnu
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2021
6/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

It is very hard to get b.com because of a huge competition. There are lots of options for science and arts stream, but a commerce student has very fewer options. And admissions run on the cut off based system. No entrance exam was conducted admissions. 75% marks are required for my course.



himanshu
Himanshu
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics) Hons , batch of 2020
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

There two types of criteria to take admission first is merit cutoff of Delhi University. Last year it was 92 % and the minimum was 88 %. Second criteria is entrance exam held by Delhi University. Just clear the exam got good marks and get the sheet. My admission based on DU cutoff.



Smriti
Smriti
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Firstly, we check the cut off list and after that if the 12th marks are according to cut off then will fill college admission form. Teachers will do verification of the documents and the fees is paid. Typically cut off of  B.com(Hons) course is 96%.



Mohit
Mohit
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2019
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

It was a sports-based admission for me. We had sports trail (centralized) for admissions. Based on the performance judged through two different rounds, we were given marks and accordingly appropriate college was given. The cutoff lies between 90%-99.75% for BCom.



Discussion Forum

Q.

A.

Hi Bishnu!

The admission procedure for B.Com is as follows :

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

 Admission to all the courses are routed through Admission Committee constituted for the purpose.

  • The first and subsequent cut-off lists will be put up on the college notice board for each programme by the college on the dates as per the Admission Schedule announced by the University of Delhi.
  • If eligible, completed form should be submitted in the college office as per dates notified in the Delhi University schedule, and further announced by the college.
  • A separate Cut-off list will be put up on the college notice board for OBC students.
  • No individual intimation regarding admission will be sent to the applicants
  • Candidates who qualify according to the criteria stated herein and have applied for admission to the College will report to the Departmental Admission in- Charge with all the following documents:

 

  1.  Provisional pass certificate from the institution last attended.
  2. Marks sheet of the qualifying examination passed.
  3. Secondary School Certificate (class X) issued by the Board/University for verification of date of birth.
  1. Character certificate from the institution last attended.
  2.   Three copies of recent passport size photographs.
  3. Proof of residence/permanent address must be furnished. It will be verified and if found incorrect, admission will be cancelled.

 

  • After obtaining the recommendations of the departmental admission incharge, the candidate will meet designated office assistants for verification of the documents submitted along with the admission form.
  • After the documents are verified the candidate will report to the Convenor of Admission Committee for confirmation of candidature.
  • On getting his/her candidature confirmed, the candidate will meet the Principal of the college along with his/her parent/guardian. After having met the Principal the admission will be confirmed and the candidate will deposit fees with the college bank only in cash.

 

Candidate who gets the Fee Slip from office but fails to deposit the fee in the stipulated time of that particular list can’t claim his admission on the basis of that slip in the subsequent lists.

 

 Note:  

  • Admission Committee works on notified days from 9 a.m to 1 p.m only.
  • The Admission form must be filled in CAPITAL LETTERS only.
  • The college may deny admission to an applicant if (s) he fails to submit one/more of the documents listed above.
  • Forms, incomplete in any respect, will be rejected.
  • Seeking admission on the basis of false information or identity, misrepresentation or by submitting false certificates/documents is unlawful and will cause cancellation of admission. Such cases may also be reported to the police by the college.
  • Student can submit self-attested copies of documents. However, if any false attestation/falsified records are detected, the student will be debarred from attending any course in the University or its colleges for next five years, in addition, a criminal case under relevant sections of IPC (Viz. 470,471,474) will be instituted against him/her, to subject him/her to the requisite criminal proceedings.
  • In case of any difficulty, student can meet any of the members of the College Admission Committee, Convener of Admission Committee or the Principal.
  • The Principal will be available to the students and parents for redressal of their grievances during specified hours.

Answer By: Getmyuni

07 May 2016

Q.

A.

Hello Tarloki!

Here are the details:

ADMISSION PROCEDURE:

 Admission to all the courses are routed through Admission Committee constituted for the purpose.

  • The first and subsequent cut-off lists will be put up on the college notice board for each programme by the college on the dates as per the Admission Schedule announced by the University of Delhi.
  • If eligible, completed form should be submitted in the college office as per dates notified in the Delhi University schedule, and further announced by the college.
  • A separate Cut-off list will be put up on the college notice board for OBC students.
  • No individual intimation regarding admission will be sent to the applicants
  • Candidates who qualify according to the criteria stated herein and have applied for admission to the College will report to the Departmental Admission in- Charge with all the following documents:
  1.  Provisional pass certificate from the institution last attended.
  2. Marks sheet of the qualifying examination passed.
  3. Secondary School Certificate (class X) issued by the Board/University for verification of date of birth.
  4. Character certificate from the institution last attended.
  5. Three copies of recent passport size photographs.
  6. Proof of residence/permanent address must be furnished. It will be verified and if found incorrect, admission will be cancelled.
  • After obtaining the recommendations of the departmental admission incharge, the candidate will meet designated office assistants for verification of the documents submitted along with the admission form.
  • After the documents are verified the candidate will report to the Convenor of Admission Committee for confirmation of candidature.
  • On getting his/her candidature confirmed, the candidate will meet the Principal of the college along with his/her parent/guardian. After having met the Principal the admission will be confirmed and the candidate will deposit fees with the college bank only in cash.

 

Candidate who gets the Fee Slip from office but fails to deposit the fee in the stipulated time of that particular list can’t claim his admission on the basis of that slip in the subsequent lists.

 

 Note:  

  • Admission Committee works on notified days from 9 a.m to 1 p.m only.
  • The Admission form must be filled in CAPITAL LETTERS only.
  • The college may deny admission to an applicant if (s) he fails to submit one/more of the documents listed above.
  • Forms, incomplete in any respect, will be rejected.
  • Seeking admission on the basis of false information or identity, misrepresentation or by submitting false certificates/documents is unlawful and will cause cancellation of admission. Such cases may also be reported to the police by the college.
  • Student can submit self-attested copies of documents. However, if any false attestation/falsified records are detected, the student will be debarred from attending any course in the University or its colleges for next five years, in addition, a criminal case under relevant sections of IPC (Viz. 470,471,474) will be instituted against him/her, to subject him/her to the requisite criminal proceedings.
  • In case of any difficulty, student can meet any of the members of the College Admission Committee, Convener of Admission Committee or the Principal.
  • The Principal will be available to the students and parents for redressal of their grievances during specified hours.

For more information please click the link below 

http://pgdavcollege.edu.in/ 

Answer By: Getmyuni

10 May 2016

Q.

A.

Hi Ujjwal!

Here are the details:

ADMISSION PROCEDURE:

 Admission to all the courses are routed through Admission Committee constituted for the purpose.

  • The first and subsequent cut-off lists will be put up on the college notice board for each programme by the college on the dates as per the Admission Schedule announced by the University of Delhi.
  • If eligible, completed form should be submitted in the college office as per dates notified in the Delhi University schedule, and further announced by the college.
  • A separate Cut-off list will be put up on the college notice board for OBC students.
  • No individual intimation regarding admission will be sent to the applicants
  • Candidates who qualify according to the criteria stated herein and have applied for admission to the College will report to the Departmental Admission in- Charge with all the following documents:
  1.  Provisional pass certificate from the institution last attended.
  2. Marks sheet of the qualifying examination passed.
  3. Secondary School Certificate (class X) issued by the Board/University for verification of date of birth.
  4. Character certificate from the institution last attended.
  5. Three copies of recent passport size photographs.
  6. Proof of residence/permanent address must be furnished. It will be verified and if found incorrect, admission will be cancelled.

 

  • After obtaining the recommendations of the departmental admission incharge, the candidate will meet designated office assistants for verification of the documents submitted along with the admission form.
  • After the documents are verified the candidate will report to the Convenor of Admission Committee for confirmation of candidature.
  • On getting his/her candidature confirmed, the candidate will meet the Principal of the college along with his/her parent/guardian. After having met the Principal the admission will be confirmed and the candidate will deposit fees with the college bank only in cash.

 

Candidate who gets the Fee Slip from office but fails to deposit the fee in the stipulated time of that particular list can’t claim his admission on the basis of that slip in the subsequent lists.

 

 Note:  

  • Admission Committee works on notified days from 9 a.m to 1 p.m only.
  • The Admission form must be filled in CAPITAL LETTERS only.
  • The college may deny admission to an applicant if (s) he fails to submit one/more of the documents listed above.
  • Forms, incomplete in any respect, will be rejected.
  • Seeking admission on the basis of false information or identity, misrepresentation or by submitting false certificates/documents is unlawful and will cause cancellation of admission. Such cases may also be reported to the police by the college.
  • Student can submit self-attested copies of documents. However, if any false attestation/falsified records are detected, the student will be debarred from attending any course in the University or its colleges for next five years, in addition, a criminal case under relevant sections of IPC (Viz. 470,471,474) will be instituted against him/her, to subject him/her to the requisite criminal proceedings.
  • In case of any difficulty, student can meet any of the members of the College Admission Committee, Convener of Admission Committee or the Principal.
  • The Principal will be available to the students and parents for redressal of their grievances during specified hours.

For information regarding the fee structure please contact the college: http://pgdavcollege.edu.in/Viewtopics.aspx?MenuId=Contact_Us_405  

 

Answer By: Getmyuni

16 May 2016

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