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DUET 2020 application process delayed amid lockdown, know details here

Interested candidates are advised to visit the official website frequently to get the latest admission updates.

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DUET 2020: Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has delayed the application process for Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2020. NTA was supposed to start the registration process for DUET 2020 this week in the month of April.

However, due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown in the view of coronavirus pandemic, NTA has extended the application deadline for several exams and has postponed the exams like JEE Main and NEET UG.

The NTA holds the Delhi University Entrance Test for the admissions to the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered at the colleges of the university.

DUET is held for the following subjects-

  • B Tech (Information technology and mathematical innovations)
  • BA Hons Business Economics
  • Bachelor of Management Studies
  • BA Hons Humanities and Social Science
  • Bachelor of Business Administrations (Financial Investment Analysis)
  • B Ed
  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Education
  • Health Education and sports
  • BA Hons Multimedia and Mass communication
  • Five Year Integrated Programme in Journalism

About DUET Exam:

The Delhi University entrance test will be of two hours duration across different exam centres. The exam consists of 100 questions, each question will carry 4 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

Interested candidates are advised to visit the official website frequently to get the latest admission updates.

Read: Maharashtra CET extends exam application deadline due to coronavirus lockdown

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