DU-JAT

Delhi University Joint Admission Test

Delhi University Joint Admission Test

Mode of ExamOnline
LevelUG
Level of ExamNational Level

Delhi University Joint Admission Test, also known as DU-JAT, is a national level entrance exam conducted by the prestigious University of Delhi, for admission to its professional UG courses offered by 16 colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi.

DU JAT registration started on June 20th, 2020. Students can apply for the entrance exam till 4th of July, 2020. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the entrance exam at various examination centres across 20 cities all over India and the schedule of exam will be released in the coming days. DU-JAT exam enables the aspirants to take admissions to the following courses:

  • Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
  • Bachelor of Journalism
  • Bachelor of Mass Media
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis)
  • BA (Hons) in Business Economics

The date of exam is yet to be announced by the university. The exam will be held in 2 slots across 20 cities across the country.

 

FAQs

Q: Is DU JAT held offline?

No, it is held in CBT mode.

Q: How can I register for DU JAT 2020?

Students need to apply online for the exam. That is the only way to apply for DU-JAT.

Q: How many times in a year DU JAT exam is conducted?

Once.

Q: What is the difficulty level of DU JAT?

Usually the questions are of moderate difficulty level.

Q: When will DU JAT registration commence?

The process has already commenced from 20th June, 2020 and will go on till 4th July, 2020.

Q: Who can apply for DU JAT exam?

Students who have completed their Class 12th with at least 60% aggregate score can apply for the exam. They must have English and Mathematics as core subjects in Class 12th.

Q: What is the exam pattern for DU JAT 2020?

It comprises of 100 MCQs carrying 4 marks each. The test duration will be 2 hrs.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Students who belong to general category must have secured at least 60% aggregate marks in Class 12th.
  • Students who belong to SC, ST, CW and PwD categories should have attained a minimum of 55% aggregate marks in Class 12th.
  • Students who belong to OBC category must have secured at least 54% aggregate marks in their intermediate failing which they won’t be eligible for taking DU-JAT.
  • This aggregate score should be based on the student's score in 4 papers – English, Mathematics and two other subjects mentioned in the List B (Elective Subjects) of DU UG Admission Information Bulletin, with English and Mathematics being mandatory to count the student’s percentage for cut-off.
  • Students awaiting Class 12th results can also apply
  • Eligibility rules for merit-based admissions under the EWS category shall be similar to that of unreserved category.

Quantitative Ability

 

Numbers

Averages and Percentages

Roots, Indices, Surds

Simple & Compound Interest

Profit & Loss

Algebraic Formulae

Linear & Quadratic Equations

Ratio & Proportion

Partnership

Mixtures & Alligations

Time, Speed & Distance

Work Related Problems

Pipes & Cisterns

Geometry: Lines, Angles & Triangles, Polygons

Circles & Mensuration

Permutations & Combinations

Probability

Determinants

Vectors

Integration and Differentiation

 

Reasoning and Analytical Ability

 

Coding & Decoding

Symbol Based Logic

Family Tree & Directions

Arrangements: Linear, Circular, Matrix Arrangements

Groups & Conditionality

Logical Series

Selection Criteria

Sequential O/P Tracing

Analogies, Odd one out

Logical Puzzles

Calendar

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General English

 

Etymology & Roots

Idioms & Phrases

Analogies

Antonyms-Synonyms

Foreign Words Noun & Pronoun Errors

Subject-Verb Agreement

Prepositions and Conjunctions

Tenses, Modifiers & Parallelism

Reading Comprehension

Inference based passages Syllogisms

Logical Consistency

Deductive Reasoning

 

 

Business and General Awareness

 

Business and Economy

Awards and Honors

Brands

Logos

Taglines

Company/Business entities

Days and Dates

Government and Politics

International Bodies/News

Literature and Media

Personalities

Science & Technology

Sports and Movies

Trade/Business terminologies

Personalities

Books & Authors

Arts & Music

Indian History and World History

 

 

Application Start Date :

20th June 2020

Application End Date :

4th July 2020

Exam Date :
Result Date :
Conducted By :

University of Delhi

Official Website : http://www.du.ac.in/