The registration form for the non-CET courses will be made available online from the mid-week of March and candidates will get around 50 days for online registration.
The entrance tests for these courses will be conducted offline at departmental-level.
“In the meeting, eligibility criteria and other modalities were discussed. The varsity has decided to complete the admission process by last week of June so that classes begin from July,” said DAVV vice-chancellor Dr Renu Jain.
While the window for registration forms will be made available through MP Online, all departments will conduct their own entrance test offline. The admission committee conducted a meeting with heads of the departments for over 2000 seats of non-CET courses on Saturday. The non-CET committee had made the list of number of seats and passing marks in entrance test which got approval from all HODs, said DAVV spokesperson Dr Chandan Gupta.
“The eligibility criteria for the entrance test is different for diploma, and degrees and as per the ordinance of the courses it will be put up. The fee committee hasn’t yet given final recommendation and they are likely to do it within a week,” he added.