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FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF DELHI DELHI-110007

BULLETIN OF INFORMATION FOR ADMISSION TO POST-GRADUATE COURSES 2014-2015

This Bulletin provides information on admissions to Post-graduate Courses in Social Science discipline in the University of Delhi.

Students has to register themselves online on the University Web Portal

DEPARTMENTS UNDER FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

DEAN OFFICE
Telephone No. Professor Anita Sharma Dean, Faculty of Social Science 27667866 27662081

HEAD OF DEPARTMENTS
Dr. Rajesh Adult Continuing Education & Extension African Studies East Asian Studies Economics Geography History Political Science Social Work Sociology 27667280

Dr. A.S. Yaruingam Professor Anita Sharma Professor Aditya Bhattachajea Dr. R.B. Singh Professor R.C. Thakran Professor Ujjwal Kr. Singh Professor Sushma Batra Professor Satish Deshpande

27666673 27666675 27666395 27666491 27666659 27666670 27662620 27667858

ADMISSION INQUIRIES

Main (North) Campus

Faculty of Social Sciences (Ground Floor) Maurice Nagar University of Delhi Delhi – 110007 Tel. : 27667866 & 27662081 Faculty of Arts Building, South Delhi Campus, Benito Juarez Road New Delhi-110021. Tel. : 24116938

South Campus

CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Procedure for Admission Eligibility Conditions Age Provisional Registration Evening Classes Admission of Foreign Students Reservation for Persons with Disabilities Admission of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Candidates Reservation for Other Backward Classes Reservation of Seats for the Children/Widows of the officers and men of the Armed Forces including Para-Military Personnel killed or disabled in action Admission of Sports Persons Scholarships, Medals and Prizes Towards the Cultural Enrichment of Education Residential/Hostel Accommodation Maintenance of discipline among students of the University Prohibition and Punishment for Ragging Sexual Harassment – Complaints and Redressal Helpline Counselling Services on Population Education in Higher Education Tutorials/Preceptorials Right to Information Act – 2005

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

APPENDIX – I

21.

Eligibility Requirements M.A. Adult Continuing Education & Extension M.A. East Asian Studies M.A. Japanese M.A. Economics M.A. Geography M.A. History M.A. Political Science M.A. Social Work M.A. Sociology

Duration Two Year Two Year Two Year Two Year Two Year Two Year Two Year Two Year Two Year

APPENDIX – II
22. Number of seats in various subjects

APPENDIX – III
23. Courses offered by the Colleges

SCHEDULE FOR REGISTRATION/ENTRANCE TEST FOR ADMISSION TO VARIOUS POST-GRADUATE COURSES UNDER THE FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2014-2015

Sr. No. 1.

Course

Important Dates

Dates for Admission Test Wednesday, 25.6.2014 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

M.A. Life Long Learning

Online Registration

2.

M.A. East Asian Studies

Online Registration

Sunday, 29.6.2014 10.00 am – 01.00 pm

3.

M.A. Economics

Online Registration

Saturday, 28.6.2014 10.00 am – 1.00 pm

4.

M.A. Geography

Online Registration

Thursday, 12.6.2014 10.00 am – 1.00 pm

5.

M.A. History

Online Registration

Saturday, 14.6.2014 10.00 am – 1.00 pm

6.

M.A. Japanese

Online Registration

Sunday, 29.6.2014 02.00 pm – 05.00 pm

7.

M.A. Political Science

Online Registration

Sunday, 15.6.2014 10.00 am – 1.00 pm

8.

M.A. Social Work

Online Registration

Sunday, 08.6.2014 10.00 am – 01.00 pm

9.

M.A. Sociology

Online Registration

Monday, 30.6.2014 10.00 am – 01.00 pm

BULLETIN OF INFORMATION FOR ADMISSION TO POST GRADUATE COURSES (MAIN CAMPUS)

1.

PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION Candidates seeking admission to different Post-Graduate Courses in Social Sciences may apply for registration online on the University Web Portal as notified by the University. All admissions will be made in order of merit-cum-choice, in accordance with the requirements, as detailed in Appendix-I. The number of seats in each subject is shown in Appendix-II. Copies of the admission lists will be sent to the Principals of the Colleges/Heads of the Departments concerned. Candidates whose names appear in the admission list will be issued provisional admission slips on the dates to be notified at the time of Registration, provided the candidate has submitted the result of Final Year examination. The candidate, after collecting the Provisional Admission Slips, will apply for admission to the college for the subject concerned. Candidates who have been issued Provisional Admission Slips will be required to complete the admission formalities in the College (including payment of fee) within three days from the date of issue of the Provisional Admission Slip. Issue of Admission Slip does not confirm the Provisional Admission granted. The Admission Slip will be retained by College and the counterfoil is to be returned to the respective Departments immediately, after depositing the fee in the College. The names of those who fail to complete admission formalities or fail to submit the Provisional Admission Slips in the Colleges within the stipulated period shall be removed from the list without any further reference to them and the resultant vacant seats will be offered to other candidates in order of merit. Disputes, if any, arising out of or relating to any matter whatsoever, concerning the process of admission shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court in Delhi only.

In case of any discrepancy/irregularity towards admission offered is noticed before or after depositing the fee, the admission would be cancelled by the Faculty Office/College without any reference to the candidate and the candidate would have no claim whatsoever in this regard. 2. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS Candidates desirous of seeking admission to M.A. Courses must fulfil the requisite conditions of having passed the qualifying examinations with the prescribed percentage of marks as detailed in Appendix-I. If the course is not equivalent to the University of Delhi, such candidates would be required to fill up the prescribed Equivalence Form along with all documents and a copy of authenticated syllabus of the University from which he/she has passed the examination. (i) (ii) Rounding off a fraction of marks for purpose of admission to any Course is not admissible. Candidates, who do not fulfil the eligibility requirements, shall not be registered and no request for relaxation in the minimum eligibility requirement shall be entertained. Candidates who have passed their B.A. (Prog.)/B.A. (Hons./Prog.)/ B.Com. (Prog.)/B.Com. (Hons./Prog.) or equivalent examination under 10+2+3 scheme of examination of University of Delhi or an examination recognised as equivalent thereto, if eligible would be registered to the M.A. Courses for the Academic Session 2014-2015. However, the candidates having passed their first degree examination prior to 1985 will be treated at par with the present three years degree course. (AC Resolution No. 137 dated 23.3.1993). Further, where the applicants have done their graduation under 14 years scheme but have M.A. First year/LL.B./B.Ed./B.E. (Degree) etc. Examination after graduation, they will be deemed to have put in 15 years of study but their eligibility be determined on the basis of marks obtained at the qualifying examination (AC Resolution No. 034 (6) dated 21.5.1992). (iv) If any irregularity is detected after declaration of merit list/issue of Provisional Admission Slip, before or after depositing the fee, admission of such candidate will be cancelled without any reference to him/her.

(iii)

3.

AGE There would be no minimum age bar for Post-graduate courses under the Faculty of Social Sciences.

4.

PROVISIONAL REGISTRATION In light of the observations made by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court in the above matter, it has been decided by the University that for all those course wherein admissions are based on the rank in the entrance examination, the candidates will be eligible for admission only after the result of the qualifying examination has been declared and the candidates meet the minimum eligibility criteria. Thus the candidates who are though eligible for admission on the basis of the admission entrance test but they do not have the results of their qualifying degree examinations shall not be allowed provisional admission. Such candidates will, however, be considered for admission in the subsequent admission lists, as and when the results of the qualifying examinations are declared provided the candidates submit the results to the concerned department/faculty. The detailed modalities may be published in the respective information bulletins and the websites.

5.

EVENING CLASSES The following M.A. Courses are also taught in the Evening Classes in the Main Campus. M.A. (Political Science) Zakir Husain Post-Graduate (Eve.) College, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, New Delhi – 110002.

Candidate seeking admission to Evening Classes are required to produce a certificate of employment and work experience of at least one year from anyone of the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. Government Office Public Undertaking Statutory /Autonomous Bodies of the Central/State Government Private Limited Companies

6.

ADMISSION OF FOREIGN STUDENTS Foreign students seeking admission to various courses are required to apply to the Foreign Students’ Advisor, Foreign Students’ Registry, Conference Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110007, who will process their applications for admissions in the Colleges/Departments directly.

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7.

RESERVATION FOR PERSON WITH DISABILITIES (PWD) (a) The 3% reservation may be allocated as follows: 1% for persons with low vision or blindness; 1% for hearing impaired; 1% for those with loco motor disabilities and/or cerebral palsy. However, if sufficient candidates are not available in a sub-category then candidates from the other sub-categories should be considered in their stead. (b) Candidates seeking admission under this category will have to fulfil all the eligibility requirements for admission. However they will be given a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility requirements. Where the admission is by entrance examination, a concession of 5% marks shall be available only in the minimum eligibility condition for appearing in the test. The PWD candidates with not less than 40% disability shall be given a relaxation in the minimum eligibility in the qualifying examination and in the minimum eligibility (if any) in the admission entrance test to the extent of 5%. Candidates with physical disabilities who are able to secure admission in the general category will not be counted in the 3% quota. In the case of candidates with more than one type of reservation, the reservation shall cut across the existing reservations of SC/ST children/widows/wives of officers and men of armed forces including paramilitary forces killed/disabled in action or those who died/were disabled on duty etc. in accordance with the principle of interlocking reservations. In other words, there will be sub-reservations for physically disabled candidates in each reserved category, thus a disabled SC/ST candidate would have preference over an able-bodied SC/ST candidate.

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

Separate, merit lists will be drawn for disabled candidates under the 3% quota. However, if the number of applicants for a course exceeds the quota, a priority list of candidates will be prepared taking into account marks obtained in the qualifying examination /Entrance Test for admission and Severity of the disability. Marks obtained in the qualifying examinations being the same, priority will be given to candidates whose disability is more severe, e.g. complete loss of vision over partial loss of vision of a complete rib over loss of a few fingers etc.

(g)

No college shall refuse admission to any disabled candidate who is otherwise eligible, subject to mandatory 3% quota.

Note: The Disability Certificate should be in the formal as per Govt. of India guidelines The Certificate should not be more than 5 years old. It should be signed by a board of 3 (three) doctors with legible indicating the name and designation of the doctors. The certificate should be countersigned by CMO/Medical Superintendent with stamp under the signatures. Certificate should have photograph of candidate. Diagnosis should be written clearly in the certificate. 8. Admission of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Candidates: 15% and 7.5% seats in all post graduate courses are reserved for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe respectively. Candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe seeking admission to the Post-Graduate Courses will also be required to get themselves registered along with other candidates. No seat will be reserved for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe in a postgraduate course where the number of seats is less than 7. Where the number of seats is 7 or more but less than 15, 15% of seats will be reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates. If no Scheduled Caste candidate is available, the seat would go to a Scheduled Tribe Candidate. Where the number of seats are 15 or more, reservation at 15% and 7.5% for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates respectively (inter-changeable) will be made.

The minimum eligibility requirement of marks for the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates who have passed their qualifying from University of Delhi, for admission to Post-Graduate courses is the minimum pass marks of the qualifying examination. The Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates, who have passed their qualifying degree examination from a University other than Delhi University, should have secured at least the same percentage of pass marks at the qualifying examination as prescribed for the equivalent examination of Delhi University. Where the admission is based on screening/written test for PostGraduate courses, the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates would also be required to appear in the same but their merit list will be drawn separately and operated as per the reservation quota. If the requisite number of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidate is not available by the last date fixed by the University for admission to a particular course, the remaining seats will be de-reserved and filled from general category. 9. Reservation for Other Backward Classes (i) 27% seats in all post–Graduate Courses are reserved for the OBCs. Candidates belonging to the OBC seeking admission to the Post-Graduate Courses will also be required to get themselves registered along with other candidates. (ii) As per communication received by the University from the UGC, the eligibility of the candidates applying under the OBC Category will be determined on the basis of the central list of the OBCs notified by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment on the recommendations of the National Commission for Backward Classes available on the website of the Commission (http:ncbc.nic.in/ backward classes/ index.html). Ref: Notification No. Aca. 1/2012-13/OBC/588 dated 11/04/2012 The OBC candidates shall be given a relaxation in the minimum eligibility in the qualifying examination and in the minimum eligibility (if any) in the admission entrance test to the extent of 10% of the minimum eligibility marks prescribed for the General Category candidates. For example, if the minimum eligibility of admission to a course is 50% for the General Category candidates, the minimum eligibility of the OBCs would be 45% i.e. (50% less 10% of 50%).

All those OBC candidates who meet the minimum eligibility marks in the qualifying examination and the minimum eligibility marks (if any) in the entrance test shall be eligible for admission in the order of their merit, keeping in view the availability of seats reserved for them. The OBC candidates who belong to the ‘Non-Creamy Layer’ and whose castes appear in the Central List of the OBCs only shall be eligible to be considered for admission under the OBC Category. 10. Reservation of seats for the Children/Widows of the Officers and men of the Armed Forces including Para Military personnel killed or disabled in action. 5% of the total number of seats in each course are reserved for the children/Widows of Officers and men of the Armed Forces including ParaMilitary Personnel (i) killed in Action (ii) disabled in Action (iii) died on while on duty, (iv) disabled on duty and (v) wards of Ex-servicemen personnel and serving personnel of the Defence/Armed Forces and all Police Forces who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards.

Relaxation to the extent of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility requirement in the aggregate or in the subject, as the case may be, will be given to the candidates of the above mentioned categories while determining their eligibility for admission to appear in admission test. In order to become eligible for the above concession, children/widows of officers and Jawans etc. are required to produce the entitlement certificates issued by any of the following:

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, Delhi Secretary, Rajya/Zila Sainik Board Officer-In charge, Record Office 1st Class Stipendiary Magistrate

11.

Admission of sports persons Up to Five percent (5%) seats of the total number of Seats of courses in all the disciplines, except the courses of Faculties of Medicine, Engineering, Technology and Management Studies of the University shall be reserved for admission under the sports category at the Post-graduate level. The Delhi University Sports Council shall organize trials in different games and sports and declare the list of candidates eligible for admission under the sports category. The students seeking admission under the sports category will be required to take the entrance examination, if any, to be conducted by the department/institute/centre concerned. However, the department/institute/ centre shall prepare a separate merit list of candidates seeking admission under the sports category on the basis of the result of the entrance examination.

12.

Scholarship, Medal & Prizes Refer to the Ordinance XXVIII of the University calendar or the University Website: www.du.ac.in For details candidate are advised to contact the Scholarship Cell, New Administrative Blcok, Assistant Controller Examination (Result/Conduct) or Assistant Registrar (General), University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.

13.

Towards the Cultural Enrichment of Education To discover, develop, train and promote socio-cultural talents and interest among the students and staff of the University of Delhi, the Cultural Council established by the University has a number of programmes and projects such as the University Choir, Music Club, Cine Club, Poets Guild, Creative Writers Forum, Public Speaking Society, Arts Club, Fine Arts, Painting, Sketching, Cartooning, Photo-Club and Dance Ensemble. For further details contact: Deputy Dean, Students Welfare (Cultural and Youth Affairs) University Enclave, Delhi-110007.

14.

Residential/Hostel Accommodation All candidates seeking admission to hostel in the University are required to appear in the entrance test even if they are eligible for admission under direct category. The merit list to the Hostels will be drawn solely on the basis of performance in the entrance test. The University has limited residential accommodation in Colleges and University Hostels. The Colleges provide accommodation to both undergraduate and post-graduate students enrolled with them. In the Main Campus the following colleges provide Hostel accommodation to their students: (A) For Men

St. Stephen’s College, Hindu College, Hans Raj College, Kirori Mal College, Ramjas College, Shri Ram College of Commerce and Zakir Husain College. (B) For Women

Miranda House, Daulat Ram College and Indraprastha College for Women. (C) For Men & Women

Delhi School of Social Work (Department of Social Work) and Central Institute of Education (Department of Education). (D) For Post-graduate, M.Phil and Ph.D. students of different Faculties (in Main and South Campus) except those Faculties which have their own Hostels, are considered for admission to the following University Hostels: (i) For Men 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Gwyer Hall Jubillee Hall P.G. Men’s Hostel Mansarowar Hostel D.S. Kothari Hostel V.K.R.V. Rao Hostel International Students House Sara Mati P.G. Men’s Hostel (South Campus) Each Hostel has its own rules for admission.

(ii)

For Women 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. University Hostel for Women Meghdoot Hostel Geetanjali Hostel (South Campus) International Student’s House for Women North-East Student’s House for Women SC/ST Students’ House for women.

Candidates seeking hostel accommodation are advised to contact the Hostels.

15.

Maintenance of discipline among students of the University (Ordinance XV-B) (i) (ii) All powers relating to discipline and disciplinary action are vested with the Vice-Chancellor. The Vice-Chancellor may delegate all or such powers as he/she deems proper to the Proctor and to such other persons as he/she may specify in this behalf. Without prejudice to the generality of power to enforce discipline under the Ordinance the following shall amount to acts of gross indiscipline. (a) Physical assault, or threat to use physical force, against member of the teaching and non-teaching staff of Institution/Department and non-teaching staff of Institution/Department and against any student within University of Delhi. (b) carrying or use of, or threat to use of any weapons; (c) any violation of the provisions of the Civil Rights Protection Act 1976; (d) violation of the status, dignity and honour of students belonging to the scheduled castes and tribes; (e) any practice-whether verbal or otherwise derogatory to women; (f) any attempt for bribing or corruption in any manner; (g) willful destruction of institutional property; any any any the

(iii)

(h) creating ill-will or intolerance, on religious or communal grounds; (i) causing disruption in any manner of the academic functioning of the University Syetem; (j) ragging as per Ordinance XV-C (iv) Without prejudice to the generality of his/her powers relating to the maintaining disciplines and taking such action in the interest of maintaining discipline as may seem to him appropriate, the ViceChancellor, may in the exercise of his/her power in accordance with aforesaid order direct that: (a) any student or students be expelled, or (b) any student or students be, for a stated period rusticated, or (c) be not for a started period, admitted to a Course or courses of study in a college, department or institution of the University; or (d) be fined with a sum of rupees that may be specified; or (e) debarred from taking a University or college or departmental Examination or Examinations for one or more years; or (f) that the result of the student or students concerned in the Examination or Examinations in which he/she or they have appeared be cancelled. (v) The Principal of the College, Head of the Halls, Warden/Master or Head of the Department, Deans of the Faculties, Head of exercise all such disciplinary power over students in their respective colleges, Institutions, Faculties and Teaching Departments in the University as may be necessary for the proper conduct of the Institutions, Halls and teaching in the concerned Departments. They may exercise their authority or delegate authority to such of the teachers in their colleges, Institutions or Departments as they may specify for these purposes. Without prejudice to the powers of the Vice-Chancellor and the Proctor as aforesaid, detailed rules of discipline and proper conduct shall be framed. These rules may be supplemented, where necessary, by the Principals of Colleges, Heads of the Halls, Deans of the Faculties and Heads of Teaching Departments in this University. Each student shall be expected to provide himself/herself with a copy of these rules.

(vi)

(vii) At the time of admission, every student shall be required to sign a declaration that on admission he/she submits himself/herself to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Vice-Chancellor and the several authorities of the University who may be vested with the authority to exercise discipline under the Acts, the Statutes, the Ordinance and the rules that have been framed there under by the University.

16.

Prohibition and punishment for Ragging-Ordinance XV-C (i) Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited, within the premises of Colleges/Department or Institution and in any part of Delhi University system as well as on public transport. Any individual or collective act of practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline and shall be dealt with under this Ordinance. Ragging for the purpose of this Ordinance, ordinary means any act, conduct or practice by which dominant power of status of senior students is brought to bear on students freshly enrolled or students who are in any way considered junior or inferior by other students and includes individual or collective acts or practice which (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (v) involve physical assault or threat, use of physical force; violate the status dignity and honour of women students; violate the status dignity and honour of students belonging to the scheduled caste and tribes; expose students or ridicule and contempt and affect their selfesteem; entail verbal abuse and aggression, indecent gestures and obscene behavior;

(ii) (iii)

The Principal of a College, the Head of the Department or an Institution, the authorities of College, or University Hostel or Halls or Residence shall take immediate action on any information of the occurrence of ragging,

(vi)

Notwithstanding anything in Clause (4) above, the Proctor may also suomoto inquire into any incident of ragging and make a report to the Vice-Chancellor of the identity of those who have engaged in ragging and the nature of the incident: The proctor may also submit an initial report establishing the identity of the perpetrators of ragging and the nature of the ragging incident.

(vii)

(viii) If the Principal of a College or Head of the Department or Institution or the Proctor is satisfied that for some reason to be recorded in writing it is not reasonably practical to hold such an inquiry, he/she may so advice the Vice-Chancellor to, act accordingly. (ix) If the Vice-Chancellor is satisfied that it is not expedient to hold such an enquiry, his/her decision shall be final. On the receipt of a report under clause (5) of (6) or a determination by the relevant authority under Clause (7) disclosing the occurrence of ragging incidents described in’ Clause 3 (a), (b), (c); the Vice-Chancellor shall direct or order rustication of student or students for a specific number of years, The Vice-Chancellor may in other cases of ragging order to direct that any Student or students be expelled or be not for a stated period, admitted to course of study in a college, departmental examination for one or more years or that the result of the student or students concerned in the examination or examinations in which they appeared be cancelled, In case any student who have obtained degrees of Delhi University found under this Ordinance committing under statute 15 appropriate action for withdrawal of degrees conferred by the University.

(x)

(xi)

(xii)

(xiii) For the purpose of this Ordinance, abatement to ragging will also amount to ragging, (xiv) All Institutions within the Delhi University System “shall, be obligated to carry out instructions/directions issued under this Ordinance, and to give aid and assistance to the Vice-Chancellor to achieve the effective implementation of the Ordinance.

17.

Sexual Harassment – Complaints and Redressal All matters/complaints relating to Sexual Harassment shall be dealt in accordance with the provisions of Ordinance XV-D of the University of Delhi available on University Website: www.du.ac.in

18.

Helpline Counseling Education

Service

on

Population

Education

in

Higher

Delhi University HELPLINE TELEPHONE COUNSELLING SERVICE on HIV, AIDS, STD, Drug-Abuse, Adolescent issues is available on 27667280. The service are available from 9.30 a.m. to 12.00 noon and 4p.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday, Personal Counselling, referral service and Postal Couselling are also available for students on Youth Contact Population Education Resource Centre, Department of Adult, Continuing Education & Extension, University of Delhi for further detail (s).

19.

Tutorials/Perceptorials (i) (ii) Tutorials and Preceptorials are compulsory for all the students, There shall be an Internal Assessment of 25% marks in each Paper.

20.

RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT – 2005 Contents of the Ordinance VIII-E (visit website: www.du.ac.in) Information regarding the CPIO and First Appellate Authority under the Right to Information Act, Can be gathered from the Office mentioned below: I. Registrar & 1st Appellate authority, Old Vice Regal Lodge, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110007 Ph. 011-27666350

II.

Sh. Jaya Chanda Deputy Registrar (Information) & Central Public Information Officer, New Administrative Block, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110007 Ph. 011-27667623 An application for obtaining Information Act, 2005 can Information Officer. information under the Right to be made to the Central Public

1.

2.

The Prescribed fee for filling the application is Rs. 10/- by way of cash against Proper receipt or by way of bank demand draft or banker’s cheque or Indian Postal Order Payable to the Registrar, University of Delhi at Delhi. An appeal can be Preferred before the 1st Appellate Authority against the decision of the Central Public Information Officer. Manuals Prepared under Section 4 (1) (b) of the right Information Act, 2005 are available on the website of the University www.du.ac.in in and in the office o the Assistant Registrar (Establishment) and Assistant Registrar (Information), New Administrative Block, University of Delhi, Delhi - 110007

3. 4.

21.

APPENDIX – I

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
M.A. LIFE LONG LEARNING & EXTENSION (Department of Adult Continuing Education & Extension)
Proposed Eligibility requirements for Entrance Test Structure of Course In the first year in both the semester, there will be three compulsory papers and one practicum. Practicum will be based on three papers offered in first two semesters. Internship will be offered after IInd semester and will be evaluated in the third semester. Internship will be offered in empanelled institution. In semester third and fourth, optional papers will be introduced. Dissertation /Project Work will be offered in the IV semester. Admission The admission in the course will be on the basis of Entrance test Minimum Eligibility for the application : The Student should have passed B.A. / B.Sc. /B.Com examination of Delhi University with at least 50% marks or an equivalent examination from a recognized University of India or foreign University with 55% marks. The admission for SC/ST and Physically Handicapped category as per University norms. Application of M.A. Course The Department propose to offer this course from 2013 academic session, subsequently the usual semester system and the university calendar will be followed. The decision of Post M.A. Diploma in Adult Continuing Education will be take later on by the Committee of Courses. Curriculum up-gradation will be a continuous process in the best interest of the students.

Employability in Adult, Continuing Education & Extension The University Grants Commission accepted ‘Extension’ as the third dimension of the University –System. The first two dimensions are teaching and Research. If has its begin since 1980, currently 83 Universities are engaged in providing teaching, research & Extension through the Department of Lifelong Learning & Extension, the new nomenclature adopted in XI Plan of the UGC. Initially the Department started Post M.A. Diploma course in Adult, Continuing Education. In course of time, M.A. in Adult, Continuing Education and M.A. in Andragogy were experimented at the Post Graduate level. The UGC also incorporate Adult, Continuing Education as one of the subjects to provide National Eligibility Test as a new discipline, the question of employability by the Experts and the professionals is highly appreciated. The question is relevant in current scenario. The Universities having Adult, Continuing Education offers teaching and research opportunity as in the case of other disciplines. No university has introduced this course at undergraduate level so far.

The employment opportunities of the course is available at the national and international level organization, like Jan Shikhan Sansthan, voluntary organizations, District and State Institute of Education & Training and the NCERT are some of the key organizations. Saakshar Bharat 2012 and several and State Governments provide opportunities for the evaluation and consultancy services. The major areas/institutions where the students can seek employment are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Teaching Research, Institutions Evaluation agencies /organization Consultancy services Governmental and Non-governmental organization Industries and corporate sectors.

The students of the Departments are employed in MHRD. Some of them are engaged in successful running their own enterprises.

Note: Detailed information can be asked from: dacee2010@gmail.com

M.A. EAST ASIAN STUDIES (Department of East Asian Studies)
Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate from any recognised University in India or an equivalent degree from, a Foreign University. Eligibility criteria for SC/ST/PWD to take the entrance test will be as per University guidelines

Written Test Interview

- 85 marks - 15 marks

NOTE: Detailed information can be had from: http://crl.du.ac.in/east

M.A. JAPANESE (Department of East Asian Studies)

Eligibility requirements for Entrance Test

A Bachelor’s Degree from any recognised University in India or a Foreign University

With at least 45% marks and one year postgraduate Intensive Advance Diploma Course in Japanese conducted by the University of Delhi (Eligibility) criteria for SC/ST/OBC/PWD and other categories as per University of Delhi rules)

OR A Bachelor’s Degree in Japanese Language from any recognised University in India or a foreign University with a minimum of 15 years of education With 50% marks or above in the aggregate

AND

Total marks allocated for entrance test Skill based testing interview

85 15

NOTE:

Detailed information can be had from: http://crl.du.ac.in/east

M.A. ECONOMICS (Department of Economics)
Proposed Eligibility requirements for Entrance Test

Admission Rules and Procedures With effect from academic year 2014-15, as per University guidelines, 50% of seats will be earmarked for direct admission of students who have graduated with B.A. Economics (Hons) of the University of Delhi, subject to eligibility conditions and in order of merit in the respective categories. The remaining 50% will be filled through an Entrance Test to be held on 28 th June 2014 at 10 a.m. Reservations/concessions will apply separately for both modes of admissions. However, shortlisting of students for scholarships will be done on the basis of the Entrance Test only.

NOTE: ”No candidate will be admitted in the General Category through the Entrance Test unless he/she secures at least 40 percent marks in the Entrance Test.”

(A) Students from Indian Universities i ii B.A. (Hons.) Economics of the University of Delhi with 50% or more marks in the aggregate B.A. (Hons.) / B.Sc. (Hons.) Economics of any other Indian University recognised by the University of Delhi with 50% or more marks in the aggregate. In the case of Universities where the B.A. / B.Sc. (Hons.) Economics degree includes courses other than Economics, the course shall be treated as an Honours course only if it contains at least 55% marks of the total marks in respect of papers in Economics First Class with 60% or more marks in Graduate /Post-Graduate degree in any other subject from the University of Delhi or any Indian University recognised by the University of Delhi

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B. Students from Foreign Universities Foreign nationals have the option of seeking admission to M.A Economics either by taking the department’s Entrance Examination or by seeking admission on individual basis by submitting their GRE Scores along with recommendations from two academic referees. Those who choose to take the entrance test must apply on the prescribed on-line form by the due date. In other cases, the completed application with GRE scores and recommendations from academic referees must reach the Head of the Department by June, 13, 2014. However, such candidates should familiarize themselves with the material covered in the textbooks recommended for the entrance test, so as to ensure that they have the aptitude for the M.A. courses offered by the department. No matter which option they choose, all foreign nationals must route their applications through: Deputy Dean(Foreign Students Registry) Room No-11 (First Floor), Conference Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi – 11 0007

Sports/ECA Candidates
The admission list of the Sports and ECA candidates will be drawn by considering average of marks awarded by the appropriate Sports/ECA authorities of the University and marks of the entrance examination, subject to a minimum of 40% marks. Notes: 1. Permission to appear in the Entrance Exam does not in any way commit the University to recognize a candidate’s eligibility for admission. The eligibility will be decided as per procedures prescribed by the University in this regard. Candidates seeking admission to the programme on the basis of a Bachelor’s degree should have passed the Bachelor’s degree examination under the 10+2+3+ or 11+2+2+ or 10+2+2+1 pattern of education. A candidate whose result of the last qualifying examination is awaited will be allowed to appear in the Entrance Exam on submitting a certificate from the institution to that effect. In case the candidate is admitted to the programme on provisional basis, the admission will be cancelled if the result is not communicated by August 31, 2014 (or as per the date set by the University) or if the candidate fails to meet the minimum eligibility criteria on the basis or his/her result.

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3.

M.A. Admission-cum-Scholarship Test/ Entrance Exam: 28 June, 2014 at 10 a.m. There will be two types of question papers for the admission-cum-scholarship test termed as Option A and Option B. Candidates are free to choose any one option. The question paper under Option A is more suitable for candidates who have studied Economics/Commerce at the undergraduate level, and the question paper under Option B is more suitable for candidates who have studied Mathematics, Statistics, Physics or any of the other courses mentioned under eligibility conditions above at the undergraduate level. However, as stated earlier, the candidates are free to choose any one of the two available options. Exams for both options will be held simultaneously. Each will be of three hours duration and carry 100 marks.
Please note that every candidate must indicate on the application form their choice of option (A or B) for the entrance exam. The option exercised (at the time of submitting the application form) will be deemed final and the candidate will get a question paper for that option only.

Option A Candidates are expected to be familiar with the material contained in the current B.A.(Honours) Economics programme of the University of Delhi. The Entrance Examination will test the candidates’ ability to understand and apply concepts in four basic areas in Economics: (a) microeconomic theory, (b) macro economic theory, (c) mathematical techniques used by economists, and (d) probability and statistics. Apart from these, some general questions testing the reasoning and quantitative ability of the students may also be asked. For more details about the nature of the examination, please see the description of Option A given below.

A list of indicative, but not exhaustive, references that may be used to prepare for the examination are: Chiang, A.C, Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics, McGraw-Hill. Dornbusch, R., and S. Fischer, Macroeconomics, McGraw-Hill Mankiw, N.G., Macroeconomics, Macmillan Nagar, A.L., and Das R.K., Basic Statistics, Oxford University Press. Pindyck, Robert S. and Rubinfeld, Daniel L. Microeconomics, 5th ed., Prentice-Hall. Sydsaeter, K. and Hammond, P. J. Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Pearson Education. Varian, H. Intermediate Microeconomics, 2nd ed., Norton & Co.

Option B

Candidates choosing Option B are expected to be prepared in Mathematics and Statistics at a level indicated by the following references: Bartle, R.G., The Elements of Real Analysis, Wiley Coddington, E.A. and N. Levinson, Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations, McGraw-Hill Feller, W., An Introduction to Probability Theory and its Applications, Wiley Finkbeiner, D.T., Introduction to Matrices and Linear Transformations, W.H.Freeman and Co. (reprinted in India by D.B. Taraporevala Sons & Co.) Hoffman, K. and R. Kunze, Linear Algebra, Prentice-Hall Hogg, C and Craig, A.T., Introduction to Mathematical Statistics, Prentice-Hall Rudin, W., Principles of Mathematical Analysis, McGraw-Hill

Description of Option A Option A will consist of multiple-choice questions only. It will comprise 40multiple-choice questions of 2 marks each (with a penalty of –2/3 for a wrong answer), and 20 multiple-choice questions of 1 mark each (with a penalty of –1/3 for a wrong answer). The correct choices must be entered on the bubble sheet provided for the purpose, and not on the question paper.

The multiple-choice questions are designed to test rigorously the ability to apply concepts and techniques, rather than have a mere ‘theoretical’ familiarity with them. Space will be provided in the question paper for the necessary rough work. Because the bubble sheet will be checked by a machine, it is very important that:

– only one bubble be shaded against each question number – the chosen bubble be completely shaded – HB pencil be used for the shading – if you decide to change your choice, completely erase the previously shaded bubble Candidates must bring their own pencils, erasers, sharpeners etc., as well as simple (nonprogrammable, non-alpha-numeric memory) calculators.

Description of Option B The option B question paper will have two parts. Part I will comprise multiple-choice questions with negative marking for an incorrect answer. Part II will comprise longer questions. For the benefit of the candidates the entrance test papers for the year 2013 are available on our web page: http://www.econdse.org. No queries on the test paper will be entertained.

M.A. GEOGRAPHY (Department of Geography)
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION   Category 1: BA (Hons) / BSc (Hons) in Geography from University of Delhi (50% or above). Category 2: BA (Hons) / BSc (Hons) in Geography from any other University recognized by University of Delhi (50% or above).  Category 3: BA / BSc / B.Ed with Geography or its equivalent from University of Delhi or any other University recognized by University of Delhi (55% or above in Geography papers and 50 % or above in aggregate).  Category 4: BA / BA (Hons) in other disciplines or its equivalent from University of Delhi or any other University recognized by University of Delhi (60% or above in aggregate).



Category 5: BSc / BSc (Hons) in other disciplines or its equivalent from University of Delhi or any other University recognized by University of Delhi (60% or above in aggregate).

MODE/ METHOD OF ADMISSION Category 1 candidates are eligible for direct entry (through merit), while all categories (including Category 1) are eligible to appear in written test. Additionally, following minimum marks has to be scored in the Written Test:     General Candidates should score 40% and above OBC & Persons with Disability (PWD) should score 36% and above No scoring limit for SC & ST Candidates All other categories should score 40% and above

Detailed information can be had from: http://geography.du.ac.in

M.A. HISTORY (Department of History)

Proposed Eligibility requirements for Entrance Test Category A (Direct Admission) Course Requirements 1. B.A. (Hons.) examination in History of Delhi University Minimum marks requirements The general Category seats shall be shared by Direct Category (A) as well as Entrance Test Category (B) candidates in equal proportions in both the Campus in order of merit and their choice of Campus (North Campus or South Campus).

Category B (Admission through Entrance Test Course Requirements 1. B.A. (Hons.) examination in History of University of Delhi Minimum marks requirements 40% marks

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B.A. (Hons.) examination in History of Universities other than DelhiUniversity recognised as equivalent thereto

With 55% marks

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B.A. (Prog./Pass) examination History from Delhi University

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With 50% marks and above in the aggregate With 55% aggregate marks and above in

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B.A. (Pass/Prog.) without History from Delhi University B.A. (prog./Pass) from other than Delhi University.

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With 60% marks or above in the aggregate

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B.A. (Hons.) in any subject With 55% marks in aggregate other than History, from Delhi University. With 60% marks.

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(ii) Other University. B.Com. (Pass/Hons.), B.Sc. (Gen./Hons.) from Delhi University and other than Delhi University. Master’s Degree (other than History) from Delhi University recognised as equivalent thereto

With 60% marks in aggregate or above With 60% marks in M.Sc./M.Com. or with 55% marks in M.A. in Humanities and Social Sciences

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An Undergraduate Degree from Delhi University or any or other recognised University Degree other than BA (Pass/Prog./Hons.) / B.Com. (Pass/Hons.)/ B.Sc. (Gen./Hons.)/MA/ M. Com./M.Sc. (e.g. B.Tech., MBBS etc):

With 65% marks.

Note: There will be only one common entrance examination for regular candidates (both North Campus & South Campus) and Non-Collegiate Students. This test will be held on 14.06.2014 from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. in Social Sciences Faculty, University of Delhi, (North Campus). The entrance examination will comprise of written examination of 100 marks for which the question papers will be of a multidisciplinary nature. There will be two parts in the paper one for the students who have done B.A. (Pass & Hons.) with History and another for other students. The candidates will be expected to answer four out of eight questions in three hours. The entrance examination may be written in English or Hindi. Medium of instruction is both Hindi and English. Important Note: A candidate must exercise the option of North Campus and South Campus very carefully. Separate Merit lists will be prepared for North Campus and South Campus as per choice of the candidate. All admissions will also be made as per the merit list prepared on the basis of the Choice of Campus exercised by the candidate. If there are vacant seats in either of the campus after exhausting all eligible candidates such seats can be filled by the eligible candidates of either Campus, according to the Merit list if there is any.

M.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE (Department of Political Science)
1. 2. Duration of the course: Four (4) semesters Eligibility for Entrance Examination for unreserved candidates:

Eligibility for the Entrance Examination will be determined in accordance with academic qualifications listed below. Applicants must have completed 15 years of formal education under the 10+2+3 scheme or its equivalent. 3. Eligibility for Direct Admission (for all categories): Course requirements Marks requirement Mode Eligibility for direct admission subject to availability of seats

B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science from 60% marks or above University of Delhi

Note: The above mentioned marks requirement is merely eligibility for direct admission, and actual admissions through this mode will depend on the merit list. Separate merit lists for direct admissions will be prepared for various categories, and the cut-off marks for each category will be dependent on number of seats allotted to each category. Thus candidates eligible for direct admission according to this criterion would choose not to appear in the Entrance Test at their own risk. 4. Eligibility for Entrance Examination(for all categories):

Eligibility for the Entrance Examination will be determined in accordance with academic qualifications listed below. Course requirements Marks requirement i) B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science from University of Delhi or any other universities 50% marks or above recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi ii) B.A. (Hons.) in Humanities & Social Sciences including Journalism and Mass communication/ LL.B./ Education/ History/ Sociology/ Social Work/ Geography/ English Literature/ Modern Indian 55% marks or above in aggregate Languages/ Psychology/ Philosophy/ B.El.Ed., from University of Delhi or any other universities recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi Mode Entrance Examination

Entrance Examination

55% marks or above in aggregate + iii) B.A. (Programme) from University candidates with Political Science as of Delhi or any other universities Entrance one of the subjects must have at recognized as equivalent to University of Examination least 50% marks in Political Delhi Science iv) B.Sc. (Programme) or (Hons.)/ B.Sc. in Applied Sciences from University of Delhior any other university recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi v) B. Com (Pass) or (Hons.) from University of Delhi or from any other university recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi vi) M.A. in any subject of Humanities and Social Sciences other than Political Science, from University of Delhi or any other university recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi vii) M.Sc. in any subject or M.Com.,from University of Delhi or any other university recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi 6. Entrance Examination: i) All eligible candidates must take the Entrance Examination conducted by the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi. It is advised that those who qualify for direct admission also take the Entrance Examination, as the number of seats on offer for direct admission is fixed, and will be filled in order of merit. For admissions through Entrance Examination, a comprehensive merit list for various categories, based on the marks obtained in the Entrance Examination, will be prepared. Separate merit lists for unreserved, SC, ST, OBC, Persons With Disabilities (PWD), Children/Widows of the eligible armed forces personnel (CW) candidates, as per the reservation quota, will be part of this comprehensive merit list. Separate merit lists will be prepared for the North and the South Campuses, based on the preference marked by the candidate in the application form. ii) The office of the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences shall issue provisional admission slips to the candidates and assign themcollege on the basis of the merit list.It shall be mandatory for all the colleges to admit the students assigned to them after completion of the required formalities and verification of the required documents.

60% marks or above in aggregate

Entrance Examination

60% marks or above in aggregate

Entrance Examination

55% marks or above

Entrance Examination

60% marks or above

Entrance Examination

Note 1: Candidates awaiting the declaration of the final results of their qualifying examinations may apply for admission and will be permitted to sit for the Entrance Examination. Such candidates are required to inform the office of the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, at Ground Floor, Faculty of Social Sciences Building, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007, about their final results as soon as possible, and in any case, before the finalization of the results. Failing this, candidature of the applicant will not be considered. Note 2: For consideration as an OBC candidate, the applicant’s OBC status is to be determined on the basis of the central list of OBCs notified by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment on the recommendations of the National Commission for Backward Classes available at the website of the Commission (http://ncbc.nic.in/backward classes/index/html). The candidates to be considered must hold a non-creamy layer certificate issued for OBCs.

7. Pattern of the Entrance Examination: The candidates will be required to choose and attempt anyfour essay type questions.The duration of the test will be three hours, and the paper will be marked out of a total of 100 marks. The questions will be asked from the various sub-disciplines of Political Science, namely, Political Theory, Political Thought, Indian Politics, Comparative Politics, Public Administration and Public Policy, and Global and International Politics. There will be only one common Entrance Examination for regular candidates. The Entrance Examination may be written either in English or Hindi, but candidates may note that the medium of instruction in MA is English. Important Note: A candidate must exercise the option of North Campus and South Campus very carefully. Separate merit lists will be prepared for North Campus and South Campus as per choice of the candidate. All admissions will also be made as per the merit list prepared on the basis of the choice of campus exercised by the candidate. If there are vacant seats in either of the campuses after exhausting all eligible candidates such seats can be filed by the eligible candidates of either Campus, according to the Merit list.

M.A. SOCIAL WORK (Department of Social Work)
Eligibility requirement for Entrance Test Duration This is a two years full time course. Requirements for admission Admission to the Department of Social Work is open to both men and women who meet the eligibility criteria in accordance with academic qualifications listed below: a) Candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent (under the 10+2+3 year) in any discipline with minimum 55% marks from a recognized university. b) Candidates with B.A. (Hons) Social Work with minimum 50% marks from a recognised University. c) Candidates appearing in the final year examination of the Bachelor’s degree are also eligible to apply subject to the qualification listed above. NOTE: Detailed information can admissionsdssw@gmail.com be asked from: email-

ADMISSION PROCEDURE: Before applying for admission, the candidates should ensure that they meet the minimum eligibility requirements and that they have attained the age of twenty years on or before the first day of October of the year in which admission is sought. The candidates must have completed 15 years of formal education under the 10+2+3 scheme or its equivalent. Candidates whose result for the qualifying examination is awaited may also apply provisionally. They must submit a copy of their result latest by August 31, 2014 failing which the offer of admission shall stand cancelled.

SELECTION PROCEDURE Admission Test: The medium of examination is English. The test paper is designed to assess the aptitude of the candidate to work as human service professional. We at the Department of Social Work strive to assess the creative abilities of students and discern their imaginative skills and capacities to engage with issues and concerns arising out of the critical realities around them. In designing the test, we take every care that a student must be able to perceive it as a process to explore and examine the way he or she inhabits, sees and thinks about the world. The questions posed in the examination are set with the hope that they stay with the candidates beyond the course of the selection process. There is no prescribed syllabus or format for the admission test. The following broad areas are however, included in the written test:  Analytical ability, written communication skills and language comprehension.  Awareness and comprehension of contemporary social-political and economic realities. All eligible candidates (except Foreign / Sponsored / Deputed) will have to take an admission test conducted by the Department of Social Work, University of Delhi which shall be held in the North Campus, University of Delhi. Merit list will be prepared for each category separately on the basis of the marks secured by the candidates in the admission test. The written test will be held on 8th June 2014. The duration of the test is two hours. Only the first 340 candidates (four times in proportion to number of seats for different categories) from out of the merit list of written test shall be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The list of candidates who have qualified the written test shall be displayed on the Notice Board as well as uploaded on the website of the University. Group Discussion: The purpose of Group Discussion is to determine the ability for effective communication while retaining the team spirit and also to assess the ability of the candidate to contribute and conceptualize ideas through meaningful group discussion. Personal Interview The purpose of the Interview before a panel of experts is to find out the level of interest and aptitude of aspirants for social work. Candidates are also interviewed on the basis of the detailed autobiographical sketch provided by them in their application forms.

To qualify for admission: a) The candidates are required to appear in the GD and Personal Interview, failing which his/her candidature shall not be considered while drawing the final merit list. b) The candidates are required to secure a minimum of 40% marks in the GD and Personal Interview (combined) in order to be eligible to be included in the merit list. However, if the adequate numbers of candidates are not securing qualifying marks the admission committee may take appropriate decision in this regard. Merit List The merit list for the General category seats will comprise of all candidates in the order of merit. It will also include SC / ST / OBC candidates if they come in the general merit. Candidates with physical disabilities who are able to secure admission in the general category will not be counted in the 3% quota for PWD. Display of List: The merit list will be prepared category wise after adding marks obtained in the Written Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview. If there are more than two candidates at last point of merit list, the name of all such candidates shall be included. The list of selected candidates accordingly shall be displayed on the notice board on 8th July, 2014.The candidates are advised to check the result from the Department of Social Work within the stipulated time frame. The admission of the selected candidates shall be considered as provisional subject to satisfaction of eligibility criteria as per University Guidelines. Those applying for admission to the M.A. Social Work are required to note the following:   Equivalence of Degrees of universities other than that of the University of Delhi will be determined in accordance with the rules and guidelines of the University. As per A.C. Resolution 40 dated 24/04/1997, no student of the University shall be permitted to pursue two degree courses simultaneously from the University of Delhi or from another University except part time diplomas / certificates of the University of Delhi. The decision of the Admission committee will be final in the selection of candidates. Admission will be provisional in the first instance, and will be confirmed by the admission committee of the University only on the verification of the certificates submitted.

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If the candidates fails to produce the relevant documents in support of his / her eligibility for admission by the last date for admissions decided by the University of Delhi, his / her provisional admission will stand cancelled. Disputes, if any, arising out of or relating to any matter whatsoever concerning the process of admissions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court in Delhi only.

Admissions Candidates whose names appear in the list of selected candidates shall report for admission on the specified dates between 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. They must bring with them the following documents in original and one attested photocopy of each.     Mark-sheets of examinations passed. Secondary School Certificate (Class X) issued by the Board/University for date of birth. A character certificate from the institution last attended. Letter from the employer (in case of applicants who are in employment) to the effect that the applicant will be relieved from service or granted leave for the period of study at the Department and will be re-employed after successful completion of the course. Certificate of fitness from a registered medical practitioner. Two passport size photographs.

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No student of the Department is permitted to register for any other course or to take up part-time or any job during the course of study.The admission offered by the Admission Committee of the Department is provisional and is subject to final approval by the Central Admissions Committee of the University.

M.A. SOCIOLOGY (Department of Sociology)
Academic Qualifications:
Eligibility will be determined in accordance with academic qualifications listed below. Equivalence of degrees of universities other than that of the University of Delhi will be determined in accordance with the rules in force. Applicants must have completed 15 years of formal education under the 10+2+3 scheme or its equivalent at the time of admission. (A) Eligibility for Direct Admission (Without Entrance Test) Candidates who have obtained 55% or more marks in the B.A. (H) Sociology examination of the University of Delhi. (Please note that only candidates who secure 55% or more are eligible, in order of merit, for Direct Admission without the Entrance Test. All others must take the Test; candidates who choose not to appear in the Entrance Test do so at their own risk). (B) Eligibility for Admission through Entrance Test 1. Candidates who have obtained 50% or more marks in the B.A. (Hons.) Sociology examination of the University of Delhi or any other recognised University (with at least 6 papers in sociology). 2. B.A. (Hons.) examination in a Social Science/Humanities subject such as Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, History, Psychology, Geography, Philosophy, Education, Social Work, Journalism, Linguistics or any other examination in a Social Science subject recognised as equivalent thereto, or B.Sc. (Hons.) examination in Anthropology of the University of Delhi, with 55% marks in the aggregate of the main subject. 3. B.A./B.Com (Pass) examination of the University of Delhi or any other examination recognised as equivalent thereto with one of the following subjects, comprising at least two papers of the B.A. (Pass) standard: Sociology, Social or Cultural Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, History, Geography, Philosophy, Education, Social Work, Journalism and Linguistics with 55% marks in the aggregate. In addition, the candidate should have obtained 55% marks in the aggregate of papers in any of the subjects specified above other than Sociology/Social or Cultural Anthropology. In case the subject happens to be Sociology/Social or Cultural Anthropology, the requirement is 50% in the aggregate of the papers in this subject

4. B.Com (Hons.) examination or B.A. in Business Administration/Public Administration of the University of Delhi or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto, with papers having a Social Science content such as Economics, Sociology, Geography with 55% marks in the aggregate and 55% marks in the aggregate of papers having a Social Science content. 5. B.A. (Hons.) in English of the University of Delhi or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto, with 55% marks or above. 6. B.A. (Hons.) examination of the University of Delhi or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto, in any Indian or foreign language other than English, with 58% marks in the aggregate of the main subject. 7. B.El.Ed., B.Sc. (Hons.) including B.Sc. (Home Science), or M.B.B.S. or B.Tech./ B.Sc. (Engineering)/B.E./B.Sc. (General), or a five year Law degree of the University of Delhi or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto, with 60% or more marks in the aggregate of the main subject. Mode/Method of Admission In keeping with the new regulations introduced by the university with effect from the academic year 2014-15, admission to the M.A. Programme in Sociology will be in two streams. 50% of total seats are reserved for graduates of the B.A. (H) Sociology course in Delhi University, who will be admitted in order of merit. The remaining 50% of seats will be filled according to performance in an Entrance Test conducted by the Department of Sociology. Any seats left unfilled in either stream will be filled by eligible applicants from the other stream in order of merit. All candidates must meet prescribed eligibility requirements, with relaxations and concessions where relevant. (There is no interview for M.A. Admission).

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Detailed information can be had from: http://sociology.du.ac.in

22. NUMBER OF SEATS IN VARIOUS SUBJECTS UNDER FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Subject 1. Life Long Learning & Extension

APPENDIX-II

Total Seats TOTAL – 34 Supernumerary SC ST OBC GEN PWD CW FN SP/ECA 5 3 9 17 1 2 2 upto 2

TOTAL – 39 2. East Asian Studies 6 3 11 19 2

Supernumerary 2 2 upto 1

SC ST OBC GEN PWD CW FN SP/ECA

3.

Japanese

TOTAL – 16 Supernumerary SC ST OBC GEN PWD CW FN SP/ECA 2 1 4 9 1 1 1 upto 1

TOTAL – 232 Direct – 50% (116) SC ST OBC GEN 4. Economics 17 9 31 59

Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 3 6 6 upto 6 Supernumerary 3 6 6 upto 6

Through Entrance – 50% (116)

SC ST OBC GEN 17 9 31 59

PWD CW FN SP/ECA

5.

Geography

TOTAL – 76 Direct – 50% (38) SC ST OBC GEN 6 3 10 19
Through Entrance – 50% (38)

Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 1 2 2 upto 2

Supernumerary SC ST OBC GEN PWD CW FN SP/ECA 6 3 10 19 1 2 2 upto 2

6.

History

TOTAL – 320 Direct – 50% (160) SC ST OBC GEN 24 12 43 81
Through Entrance – 50% (160)

Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 5 8 8 upto 8 Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 5 8 8 upto 8

SC ST OBC GEN 24 12 43 81

7.

Political Science

TOTAL – 502 Direct – 50% (251) SC ST OBC GEN 38 19 68 126
Through Entrance – 50% (251)

Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 8 13 13 upto 13 Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 8 13 13 upto 13

SC ST OBC GEN 38 19 68 126

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Social Work

TOTAL – 85 Supernumerary SC ST OBC GEN PWD CW FN SP/ECA 13 6 23 43 3 4 4 upto 4
SPONSORED/DEPUTED SEATS NOT MORE THAN FIVE

9.

Sociology

TOTAL – 86 Direct – 50% (43) SC ST OBC GEN 6 3 11 23
Through Entrance – 50% (43)

Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 1 2 2 upto 2 Supernumerary PWD CW FN SP/ECA 1 2 2 upto 2

SC ST OBC GEN 6 3 12 23 SC- Schedule Caste OBC- Other Backward Class CW- Children/Widow of Armed Personnel FN- Foreign National SP/ECA- Sports Person / Extra Curricular Activity

ST- Schedule Tribe PWD- Person with Disability

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APPENDIX-III COURSES OFFERED BY COLLEGES, DEPARTMENTS & INSTITUTIONS

Course M.A. History

College/Institutions/Department Daulat Ram College* Hans Raj College Hindu College Indraprastha College* Janki Devi Memorial College* Miranda House College* Rajdhani College Ramjas College S.G.T.B. Khalsa College St. Stephens College Zakir Hussain Delhi College Kirori Mal College Kamla Nehru College* Lady Shri Ram College for Women* Sri Venkateshwara College South Delhi Campus

M.A. Political Science

Daulat Ram College* Hindu College Indraprastha College* Janki Devi Memorial College* Kalindi College* Lakshmibai College* Kirori Mal College Mata Sundri College* Ramjas College S.G.T.B. Khalsa College Shivaji College Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College* Satyawati College Zakir Husain Delhi College Zakir Husain Post Graduate (Eve.) College

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College Gargi College* Kamla Nehru College* Lady Shri Ram College for Women* Moti Lal Nehru College (Day) Maitreyi College* P.G.D.A.V. College (Day) Ramanujan College M.A. Economics Delhi School of Economics Hindu College Indraprasatha College* Janki Devi Memorial College* Kirorimal College Miranda House College* Shri Ram College of Commerce St. Stephen’s College Zakir Husain Delhi College Department of Geography Department of Sociology Department of Social Work Department of East Asian Studies Department of East Asian Studies Department of Adult Continuing Education & Extension

M.A. Geography M.A. Sociology M.A. Social Work M.A. Japanese M.A. East Asian Studies M.A. in Adult Learning

Note : *Colleges marked with an asterisk (*) are for women only.…...

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...manufacturing and local food markets, or has Globalization ultimately made this impossible? Globalization is all about integration, combination and incorporation of economies around the world but, it is also the exchange of ideas, culture, and technology. The effects of this phenomenon have reached every country in the globe, the greatest economies as well as the poorest. This affects especially those local manufacturing companies and food markets in the United States. As every new movement of this magnitude, it has been positive for some economies, negative for others and a combination of both elements for some. After been around for a while, globalization became really important as an economic philosophy in 1947 with the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), later known as World Trade Organization (WTO). In the last ten years since the Second World War, many governments have adopted free market economic systems. Globalization is a current wave that has been driven by policies that have opened economies domestically and internationally. Governments also have negotiated dramatic reductions in barriers to commerce and have established international agreements to promote trade in goods, services, and investment. Taking advantage of new opportunities in foreign markets, corporations have built foreign factories and established production and marketing arrangements with foreign partners. The principal driver of Globalization has been technology, all this advances in......

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