The DUET examination 2020, also known as the DU UG exam, will be out on the University of Delhi’s official website. Candidates can check the results by visiting this official website. Different parameters are considered while calculating the result. The candidates should know the individual weightage and the qualifying marks for the entrance exam. Individual ranks are given to the candidates depending on their score in the exam. The results will be declared by NTA or National Testing Agency on October 19th, 2020. The exam was conducted on September 6th-11th, 2020.
DUET Schedule 2020
The official website to check the examination result is du.ac.in. The exam was conducted on 6-11 September for both the UG and the PG candidates. The first merit list of the entrance exam will be released on 19 October for UG and 26th October for the PG candidates. Admission for the first list candidates will be conducted on 19-21 October for UG and 26-28 October for PG candidates. The last date for fees paid for the UG candidates is 26th October, and for the PG candidates, 30th October.
|DUET 2020 Result||UG Dates||PG Dates|
|DUET 2020 exam date||6 – 11 Sep 2020||6 – 11 Sep 2020|
|1st merit list||19 Oct 2020||26 Oct 2020|
|Admission against 1st merit||19 – 21 Oct 2020||26 – 28 Oct 2020|
|Last date to pay the fee||23 Oct 2020||30 Oct 2020|
|2nd merit list||26 Oct 2020||2 Nov 2020|
|Admission against 2nd merit||26 – 28 Oct 2020||2 – 4 Nov 2020|
|Last date to pay the fee||30 Oct 2020||6 Nov 2020|
|3rd merit list||2 Nov 2020||9 Nov 2020|
|Admission against 3rd merit||2 – 4 Nov 2020||9 – 11 Nov 2020|
|Last date to pay the fee||6 Nov 2020||13 Nov 2020|
|Session starts||18 Nov 2020||18 Nov 2020|
DU conducts this entrance taste every year with a great level of precision. The most eligible candidates are chosen from the lot who get admission in the top colleges of Delhi University. Each stage of the examination and admission procedure is handled with high supervision from the University authority. DUET is a prestigious examination and is open to candidates from all over the world.
Duet 2020 Results
Steps for checking the DUET results
Candidates who have appeared for the DUET examination can check their results by following these steps –
- Step 1 – You have to go to the official website of DU ( Delhi University) or NTA to check the result.
- Step 2 – Then, you have to click on the link that says admissions for undergraduate 2020 or results for DU undergraduate exam.
- Step 3 – After the link opens, you have to enter your application number or registration number, password, and other credentials to get the score.
- Step 4 – Finally, you have to download the card where the rank is given.
|Step – I||Visit the official website of the University of Delhi or Delhi University or NTA|
|Step – II||Click on the link that indicates Under Graduate (UG) admissions 2020/ DU UG entrance exam results 2020/ DUET 2020|
|Step – III||The results of DUET 2020 can be accessed only after entering the valid credentials|
|Step – IV||Download the rank card of DUET 2020|
Merit list of 2020 DUET
The merit list for each course of Delhi University will be out on their official website. The merit list is prepared based on the following criteria-
- Marks obtained by the candidate in the entrance exam.
- Preferred college of the candidate
- The percentage obtained based on the best of four criteria.
This merit list will also reveal in which college the candidate has been granted a seat. However, to complete the admission process, you have to go through the process of document verification. Then only your seat will be confirmed.
|DUET||September 6 to 11, 2020|
|Result Announcement||To be notified|
|Release of First Merit List||To be notified|
|Release of Second Merit List||To be notified|
|Release of Second Merit List||To be notified|
The merit list is released in a pdf format which contains the following categories-
- Number of the form
- Roll number of the examination
- Name of the candidate
- Total marks obtained
- Rank gave
- Course name
Process of DUET Result
DUET results are primarily released on the official website in the form of a merit list and a scorecard. While the scorecard Consists of the candidate’s personal details, the merit list consists of a general count of all those candidates who has been selected for admission. It consists of the general details of the examination.
How the score is calculated: While calculating the score, reference is drawn from the answer key. The candidates are allotted 4 marks for a correct answer, and for each wrong answer, a deduction big 1 mark is made.
Merit list preparation: In the case of preparing the merit list, a general comparison of the candidates’ scores is drawn. A candidate with the highest score is given the first rank, and so on. If a tie arises, then tiebreaker rules are followed.
How the ranking for each course is done: For courses like B.tech, B.El.Ed, the ranking depends on how the candidates have performed in the entrance exam. For courses like BA, BBA, BMS, ranking is done by considering the score of the entrance exam and the marks obtained in class 12. In the case of B. A Hons in music a practical test is generally conducted, and ranking mainly depends on the test result.
Criteria for tiebreaker of DUET
If any two candidates obtain equal marks in the examination them the following criteria for tiebreaker is applied-
UG courses criteria
An overall aggregation of marks ( both entrance and class 12) of both the candidates with an equal score is done. Whoever has the higher aggregate that candidate is chosen for admission
If the tie remains, then only the marks of the last qualifying exam are considered to draw an aggregate. Generally, the marks of five subjects and 1 language are considered.
If the tie remains after this, then the date of birth is considered—the candidate whoever has an earlier birth date that a particular candidate will be given admission.
PG courses criteria
Generally, a candidate with a higher rank is selected for admission. Still, if a tie arises, then the candidate who has scored the highest marks in their BA examinations’ final year is given admission. If the tie remains, then the candidate who has the highest aggregate of the class 12 exam score is chosen for the admission process.
What details are there on the scorecard?
The scorecard of the DUET examination consists of the following details:
- Candidates roll number
- Name of the candidate
- Name of the guardian
- Date of birth
- Signature and photo of the candidates
- The course name in which the candidate has given the exam
- Total marks scored by the candidate.
What after announcement of the DUET RESULTS?
Once the exam results are declared, then the candidates are given seats in the respective colleges of DU accordingly to their chosen courses. The admission process continues until the seats are all filled up. After the result declaration, one has to go through the following procedures –
- Filling up of the admission form
- Form verification
- Fees payment
- Reallotment if needed
- There are various rounds of reallotment.
- Face to face counseling
- If required, other rounds of face-to-face counseling.
One has to go through every process to confirm their seats in particular colleges.
Admission form- candidates are required to fill up the admission form from the respective college portal. After filling out the essential details, you can either submit it in an offline and online mode.
Verification of the documents: candidates who have qualified have to go to the respective college for a spot verification procedure. The schedule of the verification can be obtained from the admission website.
Documents required for the admission:
- Certificate of class 10 exam
- Mark sheet of class 12
- Certificate of caste ( if required)
- Other certificates
- Certification of the EWS which ensures the candidate’s demand for reservation
Reservation category for DUET
The DU 2020 admission process has the following reservation category for candidates
- Foreign applicants have a reservation of 5%
- Candidates from army background- 5%
- Disabled candidates- 5%
- OBC – 27%
- Scheduled tribes – 7%
- Scheduled caste – 15%