Delhi School of Economics Admission 2012 : M.A. Programme Admission Procedure
May 18, 2012 | Filed under: M.A. | Posted by: admin
Admission to the M.A. Economics course will be strictly according to merit and no candidate will be admitted in the General category unless he/she secures at least 40 per cent marks in the Entrance Test. In the selection of candidates for admission, the decision of the Admission Committee of the department will be final. Admission of students to the course will be provisional and will be confirmed by the Admission Committee of the University only after verification of the original certificates.
Successful candidates will be issued admission slips, which they are required to produce for enrolling themselves in the Delhi School of Economics or in any of the listed colleges. The procedure for admission in the Delhi School of Economics is given below. For admission in affiliated colleges, candidates are requested to contact the concerned college authorities. The total intake in M.A Economics this year, inclusive of all the reserved category seats, will be decided as per the guidelines to be finalized by the University. For scholarship purposes, separate merit lists will be put up for the reserved and non-reserved categories.
Admission Procedure at the Delhi School of Economics and Fees
The candidates selected for admission in the Delhi School of Economics must contact the office of the School for the admission form. The students are required to produce:
i. all original certificates which will be returned after verification;
ii. hostel application, if relevant, on the prescribed form (refer to section 8 of this Handbook);
iii. two recent passport size photographs.
A. Students registered directly in the Delhi School of Economics are required to pay the following fees/annual charges:
B. For students registered in colleges, the following annual fees will be collected in the colleges (apart from the respective college charges and tuition fees):
To alleviate the financial hardship of the needy students, the above fees may be fully or partially waived, as per the assessment of a departmental committee. Needy students should submit an application at the time of depositing of admission fees for full/partial waiver for the computer fee. This application must be accompanied by a statement of circumstances, and a certificate of proof of the annual family income.
Tuition Fees from May to August and annual charges are payable on the day of admission. Other dues are payable in advance on or before the 10th of the month for which they are due.
Fees may be revised from time to time as per the University decision.
General Discipline, Attendance and Internal Assessment Requirements:
Subject to the control and general regulation of the Academic Council, the instruction and routine in M.A Economics shall be under the direction of the Dean, Faculty of Social Science, and the Head of the Department.
Except with respect to his/her work in the course, each student shall remain under the control and discipline of his/her own college/institution. For example, a student expelled from his/her college is automatically expelled from the course.
The students joining the M.A. course in Economics can compete, on the basis of their performance in the Entrance Test and in their last qualifying examination, for a number of scholarships awarded every year. Prominent among these are:
Dr. Manmohan Singh Fellowship of ` 5000/- per month plus a book grant of ` 7500/- per annum; A.N. Ram scholarship of ` 1200/- per month; Mrs. Elizabeth Krishna Scholarship of ` 500/- p.m.; Merit Scholarship of `400/- p.m. and Smt. Shanti Sharma Memorial Scholarship of `500/- per month. Two substantial scholarships in memory of the late Professor Suresh Tendulkar have recently been endowed; the amounts will be announced later.
All scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit. Those awarded in the first year of the course are renewed in the second year subject to satisfactory performance. Four of the National Scholarships are reserved for students who have graduated from universities other than the University of Delhi.
The details of some of the scholarships are given below: The details of some of the scholarships are given below: