Dwarka Doss Goverdhan Doss Vaishnav College, referred to as DG Vaishnav College or DGVC primarily offers programs at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. These courses are offered under several specializations and the admission procedure to each program varies from one another. There are three streams under which these undergraduate and postgraduate programs are offered. These three streams are as follows:
Candidates seeking admission to any of the courses offered by the college must ensure that they fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria defined by the college. The institute offers BA, B. Com, B. Sc, BCA, and BBM at the undergraduate level and M. Com, MA, M. Sc, MBA, and MCA at the postgraduate level.
Minimum Eligibility Criteria
For undergraduate programs
For postgraduate programs
Admission to the undergraduate programs at Dwarka Doss Goverdhan Doss Vaishnav College
Dwarka Doss Goverdhan Doss Vaishnav College offers various programs at the undergraduate level. These programs include BA, B. Com, B. Sc, BCA, and BBM and these programs are offered under several specializations.
Admission to the undergraduate programs offered by the college is done based on the merit in the last qualifying examination. The final shortlisting of the candidates is accomplished by prioritizing them according to their performance in the qualifying examination.
The merit list would be available on the official website of the college and for the offline list, the candidates may visit the concerned office of the college.
Admission to the postgraduate programs at Dwarka Doss Goverdhan Doss Vaishnav College
The college offers M. Com, MA, M. Sc, MBA, and MCA programs at the postgraduate level. These courses are offered under several specializations, thus providing the students with a pool of options to choose from.
For admission to M. Com, MA, and M. Sc, the candidates are shortlisted based on their performance in the entrance test, group discussion round, and personal interview round conducted at the college. The entrance examination is conducted in the offline mode and the questions are objective based.
The admission is done based on the merit in the entrance examination.
For admission to MBA and MCA programs, the candidates must hold a valid score in MAT/TANCET and TANCET examinations respectively. For MBA, the candidates must have secured at least 60% marks in the qualifying examination and the shortlisted candidate are called in for group discussion and personal interview rounds. Based on their performance in the entire procedure, the shortlisting is done.