DU Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 - National Testing Agency released the admit card for DU DSJ and DU BMMMC in online mode on June 30 along with the mock test. The authorities conducted DU DSJ on July 4 while DU BMMMC entrance test was held on July 6, 2019. The authorities released the schedule for DU journalism and mass communication cutoff 2019. Candidates can check the details below in this article. The affiliated colleges of University of Delhi released the cutoff separately for DU 2019 journalism and mass communication. Once the candidate meets the requisite cutoff, they have to get their documents verified and pay the fee to confirm their admission. The registration for DU journalism and mass communication started on May 30 in online mode. Students who wished to apply for the five year integrated journalism and mass communication course could fill the form till June 22, 2019. Earlier, the last date to fill the application form was June 14, which was extended to June 22 as per the Directives of Delhi High Court. Only students who fulfill the eligibility criteria, only their application form of DU journalism and mass communication was accepted. The application fee for the entrance exam varies for different category. Read DU Journalism and mass communication 2019 to know the important dates, eligibility criteria, application form, result, cutoff and selection process. Latest: . Check DU DSJ entrance Exam Analysis 2019 here. Candidates can challenge DU DSJ answer key on June 9, 2019. Also Check DU Mass Communication Cut Off to know first, second, third, fourth and fifth lists.
Name of Exam
DU journalism and mass communication
National Testing Agency
Five year integrated programme in journalism
60 each in English and Hindi medium
Important Dates of DU 2019 Journalism and Mass Communication
Candidates can check the important dates related to journalism and mass communication in the table that is given below.
Schedule for DU Journalism and Mass Communication 2019
Availability of Journalism and Mass Communication application form 2019
May 30, 2019
Last date for submitting the application form
June 22, 2019
Declaration of first cutoff list for DU Journalism and Mass Communication
June 28, 2019
Declaration of second cutoff list
July 4, 2019
July 4 to 6, 2019
Declaration of third cutoff list
July 9, 2019
Declaration of fourth cutoff list
July 13, 2019
Declaration of fifth cutoff list
July 19 , 2019
Declaration of sixth cutoff list
Third week of July 2019
Declaration of seventh cutoff list
First week of August 2019
Declaration of eighth cutoff list
Second week of August 2019
Declaration of ninth cutoff list
Third week of August 2019
Declaration of tenth cutoff list
Fourth week of August 2019
DU Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria of DU 2019 journalism and mass communication specifies the academic qualification, percentage and stream.
Eligibility Criteria of DU Journalism and Mass Communication
Students have passed class with at least with 50%
Science, Commerce and Arts
What to keep ready before filling DU Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 application form?
Candidates need to keep the following documents and information ready before they fill the application form of DU 2019 journalism and mass communication.
Scanned image of candidate’s signature.
Caste certificates if applicable
Self-attested copies of sports and Extra Co- Curricular activities certificate if applicable
Debit card, credit card or net banking details
Scanned passport size image of applicant
Self-attested class XII marksheet (if the result is declared)
Documents to be Uploaded
10KB - 50KB
Self-Attested Class X marksheet
JPG, JPEG, PDF
100- 500 KB
Self-Attested Class XII marksheet
Self-Attested category certificate
Self-Attested copies of sports/ECA certificates if applicable
Students should also keep the details of their net banking, credit card or debit card ready.
DU Journalism and Mass Communication application form 2019
Candidates who wish to apply for DU mass communication and journalism should follow step by step process given below to fill application form correctly in online mode.
Steps to Fill DU 2019 Journalism and Mass Communication application form
Step 1 - Registration
Students have to register first to fill DU mass communication and journalism application form. Students have to click on the link given above to create the account. To create account, candidates have to fill the following details:
Answer security question,
Check the declaration box.
Post registration, students have to click on the register button and then on the save button.
Step 2 - Login
After registering, candidates have to login by entering their email address and password and then click on ‘apply now’ button.
Step 3 - Personal Details
In this section of the application form, candidates have to enter the details given below:
Date of birth
Aadhaar card number,
Annual family income which is only for OBC
Step 4 - Academic Details
In this section of DU mass communication and journalism application form, students have to enter the following details:
Name of the board
Name of the school
Year of passing
Subjects offered in the board exam
Step 5 - Selection of Course and ECA Section
While filling DU journalism and mass communication form 2019, candidates have to choose the journalism course they want to pursue
Step 6 - Bank Details
After filling all the details, candidates have to enter their bank account details. In the bank details, candidates have to mention, their account number, name of the account holder, IFSC code, name of the bank. In case of cancellation, the money will be refunded to their account.
Documents that need to be uploaded
Candidates have to upload the following documents:
Documents to upload
Class XII marksheet
Sports/ECA quota certificate
Step 7 - Preview the application form (rewrite content)
After filling all the information in the application form of DU journalism and mass communication, candidates have to click on preview option to check if all details mentioned there are correct, or not
Step 8 - Payment
The last step that candidates have to follow is to pay the fee for the application form in online mode. They can pay the fee by the following options:
Application fee for different categories
List of Documents required at the time of DU Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 admission
Applicants have to produce the following documents in original with two sets of self-attested photocopies at the time of admission:
Documents required while filling the application form
List of Documents
Class X Board Examination Certificate
Class XII Mark-Sheet
Recent Character Certificate
OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) caste must be in central list issued by http://ncbc.nic.in.
At least two passport size self-attested photographs.
Class X Mark-Sheet
Class XII Provisional Certificate / Original Certificate
SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) issued by the competent authority
Transfer Certificate from school / college as well as Migration Certificate from Board / University are required from those students who have passed senior secondary exam from outside Delhi
Note: Candidates have to submit their originals certificates at the college during admission.
The cutoff marks is set separately by each college, which is a minimum percentage marks that candidates have to obtain to be eligible for admission. DU 2019 journalism and mass communication cutoff will be determined based on the total number of seats available in each of the college offering the course and the total number of candidates who have applied for the same course. The authorities have released the schedule up to fifth cutoff list. Depending on the availability of seats, further cutoff lists schedule may be declared.
The table given below contains the names of the participating colleges of DU that offer journalism and mass communication course at an undergraduate level.
Name of the Colleges
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College, Delhi
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
Kamla Nehru College
Maharaja Agrasen College
IP College for Women*
Institute of Home Economics
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Note- IP College of Women affiliated to University of Delhi conducts an entrance test for B. A (Hons) in mass media and mass communication.
Candidates are given admission on the basis of the rank obtained by them in the entrance exam.
DU Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 Reservation of Seats
DU Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 Fee Structure
Fee 1st Semester
Fee 2nd Semester
Fee 3rd Semester
Candidates have to pay the caution deposit in the beginning of the first semester. The caution deposit will be reimbursed to candidates after the completion of the course.
DU Journalism and Mass Communication Selection Process 2019
When candidates meet the requisite cutoff of the respective college, they are given admission at that particular college. Candidates will have to carry the print out of the admission/registration form and together with the list of documents/certificates to the respective college for verification of mark-sheet/certificates, calculation of cut-off percentage depending on the programme/course. The document verification will start from approval of admission. Candidates have to make the payment of the fee in online mode, which has to be done by 3 p.m. of the next day of the approval of admission.
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