Maharaja Agrasen College is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. It was set up in the year 1994 and it offers undergrad programs in three streams, specifically, Science, Commerce, and Arts.
Maharaja Agrasen College offers B.Sc (H), BA (H), B.Com (H) in different specializations and Advanced Diploma in TV and News Production. Every one of the courses is for the term of three years aside from Advanced Diploma which is for a long time.
The application process can be finished through the online mode as it were. Candidates can visit the official site of Delhi University and enlist as another candidate on the affirmation entrance.
Least qualification for B.Sc (H) and B.A (H) is a 10+2 go with 45% (40% for SC/ST and 35%) total.
For B. Com (Hons), the candidates more likely than not passed 10+2 with no less than 45% (40% for SC/ST and 35% for OBC) total marks and passed in Mathematics or Business Mathematics with half stamps.
Advance Diploma program requires a 10+2 with 40% marks (35% for SC/ST and 30%) total.
The selection of the candidates depends on the merit cum cut off rundown distributed by the university based on marks in 10+2.
Students will be shortlisted based on marks in the 'Best Four' subjects (one language, concerned discipline, and two electives).
Admission Schedule 2018
Date Online Registration
15 may 2018
UG Admissions 2018:-
Maharaja Agrasen College offers B.A, B.Sc and B.Com programs in different orders. Fundamental qualification is a 10+2 pass in the relevant subject group. Marks in the qualifying examination is the main criteria to secure admission. Final selection is made based on cut off rundown distributed by the admission authority of Delhi University.
The application procedure can be finished by visiting the official site. Candidates need to enroll themselves on the site as another candidate and fill the form on the web.
Admission to BBE program is conceded based on the score of Joint Admission Test.
Advance diploma 2018:-
The college offers a two-year propelled diploma program in TV and News Production. Candidates more likely than not passed 10+2 with 40% total marks are qualified to apply. Selection is done based on composite imprints anchored in the 'Best Four' subjects.
Documents Required at the time of admission:
Marks sheet of class X and XII
Class XII Provisional Certificate/Original Certificate
SC/ST/PWD/CW/KM Certificate (for the sake of the Applicant) issued by the competent authority.
OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (for the sake of the Applicant) as in focal rundown
Exchange Certificate from school/school and additionally Migration Certificate from Board/University are required from those students who have passed a senior secondary exam from outside Delhi
No less than two passport size self-attested photos.