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UNIVERSITY OF DELHI

FOREIGN STUDENTS REGISTRY

INFORMATION BULLETIN
(Foreign Nationals)

2012-2013

Website: www.du.ac.in

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Under-Graduate Programmes 3. Post-Graduate Programmes 4. Eligibility for Admission 5. Age Requirement 6. Expenses 7. Hostels 8. Foreign Students Registry 9. Academic Calendar for the academic year 2011-12 10. Scholarships 11. Employment 12. Student life 13. W.U.S. Health Center 14. Climate and Clothing 15. Assistance on Arrival 16. Banks 1 2 4 11 11 11 12 13 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 16

SOME IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS


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Registrar Foreign Students Registry Office Indian Council for Cultural Relations Dean, Students Welfare State Bank of India (DU Branch) ICICI Bank (DU Branch) SHO, Police Station (Maurice Nagar)

Office Email 27667853 registrar@du.ac.in 27667725/1116 27666756 fsr_du@yahoo.com 23379309 iccr@vsnl.com 23379310 27667092 dsw@du.ac.in 27667725/1134 27667142 27662745 27662709 27667178/ 27666332

INTRODUCTION
The University of Delhi was incorporated as a unitary teaching and residential University by an Act of Central Legislature in 1922. In 1933 an important step was taken towards the development of the University when the old Vice Regal Lodge with its extensive gardens was made available to the University. Sites were then offered to the constituent colleges on certain conditions. In 1943 the University was given a federal structure with the colleges as its constituent units. In 1953, a distinction was introduced between constituent and affiliated colleges, the former being those which were allowed to organize both Pass and Honours Courses at the under-graduate level and the latter being those which were permitted to organize instructions only for the Pass Courses. The present arrangement is that almost all the under -graduate teaching is done in the colleges, while the University organizes post-graduate teaching and research with its own staff. The staff appointed in the colleges, are also associated under co-operative teaching scheme.

The President of India is the Visitor, the Vice-President of India is the Chancellor and the Chief Justice of India is the Pro-Chancellor of this University. Prof. Dinesh Singh, an eminent Mathematician, is the Vice-Chancellor of the University since October 29th, 2010.

The University enclave covers an area around 700 acres. There has been a considerable increase
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in student enrolment in recent years. The number of students on roll (including those taking, correspondence courses) at present is approximately 4,50,000 as compared to 27,905, in August 1964, in 103 Colleges and Institutions, 86 Post-graduate Departments and 16 Faculties.

In an effort to cope with this enormous expansion, while continuing to maintain its high academic standards, the University initiated in the early seventies a new organizational pattern based on concept of a multi-campus institution.

UNDER-GRADUATE PROGRAMMES
The University offers undergraduate programmes through its colleges and institutions. Courses of study leading to Bachelors Degrees are offered in Applied Sciences, Arts, Basic Sciences, Business Administration, Commerce, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Foreign Languages, Home Science, Mass Media & Mass Communication, Medicine, Music, Nursing Social Sciences. The following courses are offered in different colleges/institutions of the University: 1. Bachelor of Arts (BA) [Honors]

Applied Psychology, Arabic, Bengali, Business Economics, Economics, English, French, Geography, German, Hindi, Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication, History, Italian, Journalism, Mathematics, Music -Instrumental & Vocal, Patrakarita Evam Jansanchar, Persian, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish, Urdu

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Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) [Honors] Bachelor of Science (BSc) [Honors]

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Anthropology, Applied Zoology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Science, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electronics, Geology, Home Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Polymer Science, Physical Therapy, Physics, Statistics, Zoology

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Bachelor of Arts (BA) Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

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Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Mathematical Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Applied Physical Sciences, Applied Life Sciences, Home Science, Physical Education, Health Education and Sports Sciences, Medical Technology & Radiography Biotechnology, Computer, Electrical, Electronics & Communication, Information Technology, Instrumentation & Control, Manufacturing Process & Automation

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Bachelor of Engineering (BE)

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Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery (BHMS) Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery (BUMS) Bachelor of Pharmaceuticals (BPharma) Bachelor of Applied Sciences Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) Bachelor of Mass Media & Mass Communications (BMMMC) Bachelor of Elementary Education (BElEd) Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

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Electronics, Food Technology, Instrumentation

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Bachelor of Finance & Investment Analysis (BFIA)


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Bachelor of Prosthetics & Orthotics (BPO) Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) Bachelor of Physiotherapy Bachelor of Arts (BA) [Vocational Studies]

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POST-GRADUATE PROGRAMMES
The University offers numerous fields of specialized study through its various departments. Courses of Study leading to Masters Degrees are offered in following faculties.

Faculty of Applied Social Science & Humanities


1. Master in Business Economics (MBE) Master of Arts (MA) [Russian] Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

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Business Economics, Slavonic & Finno-Ugrian Studies Business Economics, Slavonic & Finno-Ugrian Studies Bulgarian, Croat, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Slovak Bulgarian, Business Journalism & Corporate Communication, Croat, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Slovak Bulgarian, Croat, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Slovak

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PhD

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Certificate

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Diploma

7.

Advance Diploma

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Intensive Advance Diploma PG Diploma Global Business Operation

Russian, Bulgarian

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Faculty of Arts
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Master of Arts (MA)

Applied Psychology, Arabic, Bengali, Buddhist Studies, Comparative Indian Languages & Literary Studies, English, French, German, Hindi, Spanish, Italian, Linguistics, Persian, Philosophy, Psychology, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Urdu

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Bachelor of Library Science Master of Library & Information Science Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Arabic, Buddhist Studies, Comparative Indian Languages & Literary Studies, English, French, German, Hindi, Spanish, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Persian, Philosophy, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Urdu Arabic, Buddhist Studies, Comparative Indian Languages & Literary Studies, English, French, German, Spanish, Hindi, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Persian, Philosophy, Psychology, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Urdu Arabic, Assamese, Bengali, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Italian, Kannada, Manipuri, Marathi, Oriya, Pali, Portuguese, Persian, Punjabi, Romanian, Spanish, Sindhi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Tibetan Arabic, Assamese, Bengali, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Italian, Kannada, Manipuri, Marathi, Oriya, Pali, Portuguese, Persian, Punjabi, Romanian, Spanish, Sindhi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Tibetan Assamese, Bengali, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Italian, Kannada, Linguistics, Manipuri, Marathi, Oriya, Portuguese, Persian, Romanian, Spanish, Sindhi, Tamil

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PhD

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Certificate

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Diploma

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Advance Diploma

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Intensive Advance Diploma Portuguese PG Certificate Hindi Journalism PG Diploma Post MA Diploma Hindi Journalism, Translation English-Hindi Linguistics, Urdu Translation, Urdu Palaeography, Advanced Translation/ Interpretation Book Publishing, Tourism

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Two year Diploma

Faculty of Commerce & Business


1. 2. Master of Commerce (MCom) Master of International Business (MIB) Master of Human Resource & Organisational Development (MHROD) Master of Finance & Control (MFC) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) PhD PG Diploma International Marketing

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Faculty of Education
1. 2. 3. 4. Bachelor of Education (BEd) Master of Education (MEd) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) PhD

Faculty of Inter-Disciplinary & Applied Sciences


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Master of Science (MSc) Master of Technology (MTech) Master of Science (MSc)

Informatics

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Microwave Electronics Biochemistry, Electronics, Genetics, Informatics, Microbiology, Plant Molecular Biology

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Master of Philosophy (MPhil) PhD

Biotechnology Biochemistry, Biophysics, Electronic Science, Genetics, Microbiology, Plant Molecular Biology Biochemical Technology

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PG Diploma

Faculty of Law
1. 2. 3. 4. Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Master of Laws (LLM) Master of Comparative Laws (MCL) PhD

Faculty of Management Studies


1. Master of Business Administration (MBA) Master of Business Administration (MBA) [Health Care Administration] Master of Business Administration (MBA) [Management of Services] PhD

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Faculty of Mathematical Sciences


1. Master of Arts (MA)/ Master of Science (MSc) Applied Operational Research, Computer Science, Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics

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Master of Computer Application (MCA) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) PhD

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Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics Computer Science, Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics Computer Applications

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PG Diploma

Faculty of Medical Sciences


1. 2. Master of Science (MSc) Doctor of Medicine (MD) Medical Biochemistry, Medical Microbiology Anesthesia, Community Health Administration, Derma logy including Leprosy & Venereal diseases, Forensic Medicine, Medical Microbiology, Medical Biochemistry, Medicine, Pediatrics, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Psychiatry, Radio Diagnoses, Radio Therapy, Social & Preventive Medicine, Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases

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Master of Chirurgical (MCh)

Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Gastroenterology Surgery, Neuro-Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery Anatomy, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otorhinolaryngology, Surgery

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MS

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Doctorate of Medicine (DM) PhD PG Diploma

Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Neurology

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Anesthesia, Child Health, Dermatology & Venereology, Health Administration, Health Education, Medical Radio Diagnosis & Imaging, Medical Radio Therapy, Microbiology, Ophthalmology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Otorhinolaryngology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Radiation Medicine, Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases

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Faculty of Music & Fine Arts


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Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

2.

Master of Arts (MA)

Hindustani and Karnatak Music -Instrumental & Vocal Hindustani & Karnatak Music -Instrumental & Vocal

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Diploma [Sangeet Shiromani]

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Master of Philosophy (MPhil) [Music]

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PhD (Music) Diploma Fine Arts PG Diploma Fine Arts

Faculty of Science
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Master of Science (MSc)

Agro-Chemicals & Pest Management, Anthropology, Biomedical Science, Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Biology, Geology, Physics & Astrophysics, Zoology

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Master of Science (MSc) [Home Science]

Child Development, Community Resource Management & Extension, Food & Nutrition, Textile & Clothing

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Master of Nursing Master of Pharmaceuticals (MPharma)

Hospital Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Quality Assurance Anthropology, Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Geology, Zoology Anthropology, Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Biology, Environmental Studies, Geology, Home Science, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physics & Astrophysics, Zoology

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Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

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PhD

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Certificate Forensic Science Diploma Dietetics & Public Health Nutrition, Nursing Education & Administration, Pharmacy Developmental Therapy, Special Education
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PG Diploma

Faculty of Social Science


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Master of Arts (MA)

Economics, Geography, History, Japanese, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology African Studies, Chinese & Japanese Studies, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology

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MPhil

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PhD

Adult & Continuing Education & Extension, African Studies, Chinese & Japanese Studies, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology Chinese, Swahili Chinese, International Law, Japanese, Law of International Institution, Swahili

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Certificate Diploma

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Advance Diploma Chinese & Japanese Languages Intensive Advance Diploma Chinese & Japanese Languages Post Intensive Advance Diploma Chinese & Japanese Languages Post MA Diploma Adult & Continuing Education

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Faculty of Technology
1. Master of Technology (MTech) PhD Electronics, Computer, Instrumentation & Control

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Department of Physical Education & Sports Sciences (Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education & Sports Sciences)
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MPEd ( Master of Physical Education) PhD

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ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION


(A) UNDER-GRADUATE COURSES

Evidence of required academic performance must be in the form of certified English transcripts listing all the courses with the grades or marks earned. Transcripts in languages other than English are not acceptable. Applicants for any of the Under-Graduate Course must have completed 12 years of formal schooling. The minimum admission requirement in terms of the percentage of marks that are required by a candidate for being admitted to a course varies in many cases from year to year. The number of seats in the Science Courses is extremely limited. In view of the large number of applicants, admission will be through merit only.

(B)

POST-GRADUATE COURSES

For admission to a post-graduate programme of studies in any discipline, one must have completed 12 years of formal education at the School level followed by a Bachelors Degree of at least 3 years duration. However, the admission to post-graduate courses is rather restricted and the applicant should have an excellent academic record to stand a fair chance for admission.

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MPhil AND PhD COURSES

University of Delhi also offers MPhil and PhD Courses in its Departments/Faculties. The minimum admission requirement for the research degree (PhD) is a Master degree of Indian University or any other degree recognized as equivalent to it. The admission for these courses is very limited and is decided by the respective Departments/Faculties on the basis of a very sound academic record along with a detailed research proposal (Only in English).

AGE REQUIREMENT
There is no minimum age bar for admission to under-graduate courses and post graduates in the University and its colleges except in professional courses where regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirements (such as MCI, AICTE etc.).
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EXPENSES
Tuition fees and other fees vary, but are usually between Rs.6, 000-12,000 per annum. Room and board expenses in University and College residence range from Rs.3000/-to 6,000/-per month. Total expenses covering tuition fees, boarding & lodging and incidental expenses approximately come to Rs.6000/-per month for students residing in Hostel and Rs.10, 000/-per month in respect of students who are residing in private rented accommodation.

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Every foreign student has to pay one time Foreign Students Registration Fee of Rs. 18000/- for undergraduate including Certificate/Diploma courses, Rs. 24,000/- for Postgraduate courses and Rs. 30,000/- for courses leading to research work. In addition, every foreign student is required to pay Rs. 6000/- per year in addition to the regular fee to the College/Department/Faculty in which he/she is admitted. Students (from other than SAARC countries) are required to pay an amount of Rs. 2, 10,000 per year in addition to the fees paid by the Indian students for courses like MIB, MHROD, and BSc (Hons) Computer Science.

HOSTELS
The University has a few Halls of Residence*. In addition nearly all Campus Colleges** and some other Colleges*** have Hostels attached to them. The International Students House for men on the Campus provides accommodation to about 75 foreign men students and the International Students House for Women has provision for about 80 foreign women students. There are very few rooms to meet the demand, and as such more than half of the foreign students in the University are residing in private houses. In view of this, foreign students must reckon with the possibility of arranging own accommodation around campus. *Dr.V.K.R.V. Rao Hostel, International Students House, Jubilee Hall, Gawyer Hall, PostGraduate Mens Hostel, Mansarover Hostel, University Hostel for Women, International Students House for Women, North Eastern Students House for Women, Delhi School of Economics, S.C. /S.T. Hostel, PG Women Hostel, Meghdoot Hostel, D.S. Kothari Hostel, Department of Education Hostel, Department of Social Work Hostel, Geetanjali Hostel (South Campus), and Saramati PG Mens Hostel (South Campus). **St. Stephens, Hindu, Ramjas, Kirorimal, Hansraj, Shri Ram College of Commerce, Miranda House, Indraprastha College and Daulat Ram College. ***Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Lady Harding Medical College, Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Irwin College, Tibbia College, Delhi College of Engg., R.A.K. College of Nursing, University College of Medical Science and V.P. Chest Institute, Sri Venkateswara College.
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FOREIGN STUDENTS REGISTRY (FSR)


Applicants seeking admission to courses of this University and have passed a recognized examination are advised to send their applications on the prescribed form (which can also be downloaded from the University website www.du.ac.in) along with duplicate Photostat copies of the transcripts to Dr. Veena Mishra, Dy. Dean (Foreign Students), ROOM NO. 11, FIRST FLOOR, CONFERENCE CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, DELHI 110007 (E-mail: dydean_fs@du.ac.in) latest by 30th March every year. If the candidate meets the eligibility requirements and is found eligible, University will issue provisional admission letter. A copy of this letter will be endorsed to the Indian Mission in the country of domicile of the candidate on the basis of which the concerned Mission will issue a Students Visa so that the student can come to India and join the University. No foreign student will be admitted to this University without a valid Students Visa. Such Students Visa may be extended by the Ministry of Home Affairs after ascertaining that student pursuing his/her studies is receiving remittance through proper banking channels. The admission of Foreign Students to Medical and Engineering courses is done by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi. A number of seats in these courses are reserved for the nationals of various countries. Foreign students desirous of joining these professional courses should contact the nearest Indian Mission for necessary information. They need not apply to University of Delhi directly.

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Last Dates for Application Submission by Foreign Nationals (2012-2013) S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Particulars Master of Business Administration (MBA) MPhil & Post-Graduate Programmes (except MBA) Under-Graduate Programmes Last Date for submission of application forms at FSR office by foreign nationals. 29th February 2012 (Wednesday) 30th March 2012 (Friday) 30th March 2012 (Friday) 30th March 2012 (Friday) 30th December 2011 (Friday)

Certificate/ Diploma/ Advanced Diploma courses *5. PhD Programme in Faculty of Management Studies**/ Music & Fine Arts/ Social Sciences PhD Programme for all other 30th April, 2012 Departments (Monday) 6. Applications for School of Open Contact FSR office in July, Learning (SOL) from Foreign Nationals 2012 for last date from Nepal/ Tibet/ Bhutan *Visit http://www.du.ac.in/fileadmin/DU/about_du/PDF/Phd_ordinance.pdf for Ordinance VI-B. For further details; email FSR office at fsr_du@yahoo.com **Candidate seeking admission in PhD in Management Studies is required to fill the BRS form (available at http://www.fms.edu/sites/all/files/Doctoral_Form.pdf) with Demand Draft of Rs. 250/- in favor of Registrar, University of Delhi along with the Foreign Students Application Form. Students who have appeared/ passed the qualifying examination from an Indian Board/University or seeking admission in Professional Courses (e.g. BBS, BMMMC, Journalism etc.) are required to fill two forms(i)
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(ii)

The Foreign Students Application Form (downloadable from http://www.du.ac.in/fileadmin/DU/students/Pdf/forms/FS_Form.pdf ; Last Date for submission of the Foreign Students Application Form is 30th March, 2012 (Friday)) and The Entrance Examination Form of the concerned College/ Department (For last date for submission of the entrance examination form, kindly contact concerned College/Department).

For more details, College/ Department deadlines, please visit College/ Department websites. Only those applications from foreign nationals that are complete in all respects and are accompanied with the final results of the qualifying examination will be considered for admission

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012


SEMESTER I/III/V/VII Classes Begin 21st July 2011 (Thursday) Mid-Semester Break 1st October 2011 (Saturday) to 9th October 2011(Sunday) Classes begin after Mid-Semester Break 10th October 2011 (Monday) Dispersal of Classes, Preparation leave and 19th November 2011 (Saturday) to Conduct of Examinations 10th December 2011 (Saturday) Winter Break 11th December 2011 (Sunday) to 1st January 2012 (Sunday) SEMESTER II/IV/VI/VIII Classes Begin 2nd January 2012 (Monday) Mid-Semester Break 4th March 2012 (Sunday) to 11th March 2012 (Sunday) Classes begin after Mid-Semester Break 12th March 2012 (Monday) Dispersal of Classes, Preparation leave and 1st May 2012 (Tuesday) to Conduct of Exams/ Annual Examinations 21st May 2012 (Monday) Summer Vacation 22nd May 2012 (Tuesday)to 15th July, 2012 (Sunday)

SCHOLARSHIPS
The University of Delhi does not have any provision of scholarships for foreign students. However, some scholarships are granted by the Government of India under various schemes. Students are advised to contact the nearest Indian Mission for necessary information about these scholarships. Students may also consult the UNESCO handbook STUDY ABROAD which lists some scholarships and the addresses to which applications should be made directly.

EMPLOYMENT
Foreign students should not depend on obtaining work in India for covering their expenses while studying. In fact, to do part-time employment during the academic session is almost impossible. Students coming to India should have enough money to cover all the expenses of fee including boarding & lodging.
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STUDENT LIFE
At present, from 70-80 different countries about 1500 foreign students are enrolled in the University. Indian students are generally friendly and informal and therefore foreign students do not face difficulty in adjusting with student community.

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W.U.S. HEALTH CENTRE


All the resident students in the University Campus are registered with the Health Center, which functions from 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. without break to attend to all routine cases. For emergencies, the Main Health Center is open during night. The facilities at health center are adequate. The Center has also an Eye Clinic, Dental Clinic, E.N.T. Clinic and X-Ray Unit. Besides the Health Center in the Main Campus, some medical facilities are also available in South Campus.

CLIMATE AND CLOTHING


The University Campus is situated in the northern part of the Delhi city adjoining the ridge. Delhi is located 700 feet above the sea level. Delhi has extreme climate conditions. The temperature varies from 50C during winters (November-February) and up to 450C during summers (May- July). Students, therefore, require warm winter clothing as well as light summer clothing.

ASSISTANCE ON ARRIVAL
Before leaving for India, students may write to the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Azad Bhawan, Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi-110002 (Telegraphic Address: CULTURE NEW DELHI-2) whose representatives will do their best to meet them on arrival. Students arriving by Air are advised to take the Airline Coach to the City Booking office of the Airline concerned from where the taxi fare to the University Campus is about Rs. 600. Students can also travel from International Airport to Inter-State Bus Terminal by bus paying Rs. 150 and from there to DU Campus by taxi (Rs. 300). It is better to use public transport including metro which is economical.

BANKS
Students should get Indian currency at the point of arrival to meet their immediate needs. There is a branch of State Bank of India in the University Campus, which transacts all normal banking business for the benefit of students and faculty members. SBI is located in the Utility Building near University Road in the Campus*. Another Bank (ICICI Bank) is also located in the same building. These banks have 24 hours ATM facility. Post Office and a Railway Reservation Counter are also functioning from the same building.
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* See map (http://www.du.ac.in/index.php?id=577)