Ambedkar University Delhi

BA Honours with a Major in Economics
Eligibility

No of seats 35

10 + 2 with min 50% marks from a recognised board. Relaxation of 5% will be given to candidates belonging to SC, ST and Physically Disabled (PD) Categories.

In addition, the student must have passed Mathematics as a subject at the 10 + 2 level. Further, the marks obtained in Mathematics in the XII Board Examination must be included in the calculation of the aggregate of the `Best Four Subjects’ of the XII Board Examination. Meeting the eligibility criteria will not ensure a seat. The admission will be strictly on the basis of merit as per rules. However, eligibility is a must for consideration of admission.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the University. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination.
In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10 + 2 would be deducted in the case of students from Science stream and 5% in the case of students from Commerce stream. Successful candidates will be required to submit A certificate of their date of birth Attested copies of a character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended Transcript of marks and certificate of the last examination passed, Certificates of belonging to a reserved category, where applicable. They will be required to bring their original certificates for verification at the time of admission. They will also have to submit affidavits, both personal and from their parent/ guardian, in the format provided on the website of the anti-ragging regulations. Students must note that no acknowledgement or any other communication will be sent to individual candidates. Candidates must consult the website and/or the notice boards of the University for checking the status of their application.

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

BA Honours with a Major in English
Eligibility

Number of seats 35

10 + 2 with 50% marks from a recognised board. Relaxation of 5% will be given to candidates belonging to SC, ST and Physically Disabled (PD) Categories.

In addition, the student must have obtained a minimum of 65% in English in the Class XII Board Examination. Meeting the eligibility criteria will not ensure a seat. The admission will be strictly on the basis of merit as per rules. However, eligibility is a must for consideration of admission

Entrance and Admission requirements

The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the University. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the table on Page 23-24 of the SUS Bulletin. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10 + 2 would be deducted in the case of students from Science stream and 5% in the case of students from Commerce stream. Successful candidates will be required to submit A certificate of their date of birth Attested copies of a character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended Transcript of marks and certificate of the last examination passed, Certificates of belonging to a reserved category, where applicable. They will be required to bring their original certificates for verification at the time of admission. They will also have to submit affidavits, both personal and from their parent/ guardian, in the format provided on the website of the anti-ragging regulations. Students must note that no acknowledgement or any other communication will be sent to individual candidates. Candidates must consult the website and/or the notice boards of the University for checking the status of their application

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

BA Honours with a Major in History
Eligibility

Number of seats 35

10 + 2 with 50% marks from a recognised board. Relaxation of 5% will be given to candidates belonging to SC, ST and Physically Disabled (PD) Categories. Meeting the eligibility criteria will not ensure a seat. The admission will be strictly on the basis of merit. However, eligibility is a must for consideration of admission.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the University. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the table on Page 23-24 of the SUS Bulletin. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10 + 2 would be deducted in the case of students from Science stream and 5% in the case of students from Commerce stream. Successful candidates will be required to submit A certificate of their date of birth Attested copies of a character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended Transcript of marks and certificate of the last examination passed, Certificates of belonging to a reserved category, where applicable. They will be required to bring their original certificates for verification at the time of admission. They will also have to submit affidavits, both personal and from their parent/ guardian, in the format provided on the website of the anti-ragging regulations. Students must note that no acknowledgement or any other communication will be sent to individual candidates. Candidates must consult the website and/or the notice boards of the University for checking the status of their application.

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

BA Honours with a Major in Mathematics
Eligibility

Number of seats 35

10 + 2 with 50% marks from a recognised board. Relaxation of 5% will be given to candidates belonging to SC, ST and Physically Disabled (PD) Categories. In addition, the student must have studied Mathematics as a subject at the 10 + 2 level. The student should have obtained a minimum of 60% in Mathematics. Further, the marks obtained in Mathematics in the XII Board Examination must be included in the calculation of the aggregate of the `Best Four Subjects’ of the XII Board Examination.

Entrance and Admission requirements
Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

BA Honours with a Major in Psychology
Eligibility

Number of seats 35

10 + 2 with 50% marks from a recognised board. Relaxation of 5% will be given to candidates belonging to SC, ST and Physically Disabled (PD) Categories. Meeting the eligibility criteria will not ensure a seat. The admission will be strictly on the basis of merit. However, eligibility is a must for consideration of admission.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the University. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the table on Page 23-24 of the SUS Bulletin. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10 + 2 would be deducted in the case of students from Science stream and 5% in the case of students from Commerce stream. Successful candidates will be required to submit A certificate of their date of birth Attested copies of a character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended Transcript of marks and certificate of the last examination passed, Certificates of belonging to a reserved category, where applicable. They will be required to bring their original certificates for verification at the time of admission. They will also have to submit affidavits, both personal and from their parent/ guardian, in the format provided on the website of the anti-ragging regulations. Students must note that no acknowledgement or any other communication will be sent to individual candidates. Candidates must consult the website and/or the notice boards of the University for checking the status of their application.

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

BA Honours with a Major in Sociology
Eligibility

Number of seats 35

10 + 2 with 50% marks from a recognised board. Relaxation of 5% will be given to candidates belonging to SC, ST and Physically Disabled (PD) Categories. Meeting the eligibility criteria will not ensure a seat. The admission will be strictly on the basis of merit as per rules. However, eligibility is a must for consideration of admission.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the University. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the table on Page 23-24 of the SUS Bulletin. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10 + 2 would be deducted in the case of students from Science stream and 5% in the case of students from Commerce stream. Successful candidates will be required to submit A certificate of their date of birth Attested copies of a character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended Transcript of marks and certificate of the last examination passed, Certificates of belonging to a reserved category, where applicable. They will be required to bring their original certificates for verification at the time of admission. They will also have to submit affidavits, both personal and from their parent/ guardian, in the format provided on the website of the anti-ragging regulations. Students must note that no acknowledgement or any other communication will be sent to individual candidates. Candidates must consult the website and/or the notice boards of the University for checking the status of their application.

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

BA Honours with a Major in Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH)
Eligibility

Number of seats 35

10 + 2 with 50% marks from a recognised board. Relaxation of 5% will be given to candidates belonging to SC, ST and Physically Disabled (PD) Categories. Meeting the eligibility criteria will not ensure a seat. The admission will be strictly on the basis of merit as per rules. However, eligibility is a must for consideration of admission.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the University. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the table on Page 23-24 of the SUS Bulletin. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10 + 2 would be deducted in the case of students from Science stream and 5% in the case of students from Commerce stream. Successful candidates will be required to submit A certificate of their date of birth Attested copies of a character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended Transcript of marks and certificate of the last examination passed, Certificates of belonging to a reserved category, where applicable. They will be required to bring their original certificates for verification at the time of admission. They will also have to submit affidavits, both personal and from their parent/ guardian, in the format provided on the website of the anti-ragging regulations. Students must note that no acknowledgement or any other communication will be sent to individual candidates. Candidates must consult the website and/or the notice boards of the University for checking the status of their application.

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

MA in English
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree with 45% marks (or an equivalent grade) from a recognised University. Relaxation of 5% marks for candidates belonging to SC, ST and PD categories.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The admission test will comprise a written test and an interview. The written test will have two sections. In the first section, candidates will be required to write an essay as a response to a passage and also critically appreciate a short literary text. These questions will assess their aptitude for literature, and their analytical and critical abilities. In the second section, candidates will be evaluated on their language skills.

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

MA in Sociology
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree with 45 % marks (or an equivalent grade) from a recognised University. Relaxation of 5% marks for candidate belonging to SC, ST and PD categories.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The entrance test will comprise of essay type questions meant to assess the candidate’s analytical ability and capacity to articulate alternative ideas with regard to contemporary social realities. (Further details on entrance tests would be available on our website www.aud.ac.in)

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

MA in History
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree with 45% marks (or an equivalent grade) from a recognised University. Relaxation of 5% marks for candidates belonging to SC/ST and PD categories.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The entrance test will comprise essay type questions meant to assess the candidate’s analytical ability and capacity to articulate alternative ideas with regard to contemporary social realities. (Further details on entrance tests would be available on our website www.aud.ac.in)

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

MA in Development Studies
Eligibility

The candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree with 45% marks (or equivalent grades) from a recognised university in any discipline. Relaxation of 5 per cent for candidates belonging to Schedule caste, Schedule Tribes, and Physically handicapped. Meeting the eligibility criteria is a must for appearing in the entrance examination.

Entrance and Admission requirements
Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

MA in Environment & Development
Eligibility

The candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree with 45% marks (or equivalent grades) from a recognised university in any discipline. Relaxation of 5 per cent for candidates belonging to Schedule caste, Schedule Tribes, and Physically handicapped. Meeting the eligibility criteria is a must for appearing in the entrance examination.

Entrance and Admission requirements

SHE admission will be based on a two-stage process with a written examination and a personal interview. The total maximum score obtainable is 100 marks, of which the Written Examination will be worth 75 marks and the Personal Interview will be worth 25 marks All candidates appearing for the Written Examination will also be called for the Personal Interview. Attending both the entrance examination and personal interview is compulsory for a candidate to be considered for admission to MAED. The minimum cut-off for a candidate to be considered for the first admission list will be not less than 50% of the total marks. Seats will be allocated based on the reservation policy adopted by AUD

Course Fee and Scholorships

Rs. 16,000 per semester

MA in Gender Studies
Eligibility

The eligibility in terms of academic qualifications for foreign students will be the same as for Indian students. However, they must produce evidence of proficiency in English. In addition, foreign students should fulfill the following conditions before finalisation of admission: 1. They must hold a student visa endorsed by the Ministry of External Affairs to Ambedkar University, Delhi. The visa should be valid for the entire period of study. 2. Their eligibility equivalence must be recognised by the Association of Indian Universities. 3. They must meet the conditions specified by the UGC and the Ministry of External Affairs from time to time.

Entrance and Admission requirements
Course Fee and Scholorships
MA in Psychology (Psychosocial Clinical Studies)
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks (or equivalent grade) from a recognized university (relaxation of 5% for students belonging to SC/ST/PH categories),and either with demonstrable skills and/or documented achievements in the various strands of literary and visual art for practice oriented specializations, or with adequate knowledge in history, theory and criticism in literary, performance, visual and cinema studies will be considered for the theory oriented specializations.

Entrance and Admission requirements

The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the university. 1. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the following table: 2. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10+2 would be deducted in the case of students from the Science stream and 5% in the case of students from the Commerce stream. 3. The Bulletin of Information and facilities for on-site filling of application forms will be available from 25 May to 20 June 2012 on all working days at the Kashmere Gate and dwarka offices of the university from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm for Rs. 70 and Rs. 200 respectively. The price of the application form for SC/ST/Pd applicants will be Rs. 100. 4. Application forms can also be downloaded from the website of the university (www.aud.ac.in) and also submitted online.

Course Fee and Scholorships
MA in Visual Art Practice
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks (or equivalent grade) from a recognized university (relaxation of 5% for students belonging to SC/ST/PH categories),and either with demonstrable skills and/or documented achievements in the various strands of literary and visual art for practice oriented specializations, or with adequate knowledge in history, theory and criticism in literary, performance, visual and cinema studies will be considered for the theory oriented specializations.

Entrance and Admission requirements

There will be 245 seats for the academic session 2012-13. The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the university. 1. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the following table: 2. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10+2 would be deducted in the case of students from the Science stream and 5% in the case of students from the Commerce stream.

Course Fee and Scholorships
MA in Economics
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree with 45% marks (or an equivalent grade) from a recognised University. There will be a relaxation of 5% for candidates belonging to SC, ST and PD categories.

Entrance and Admission requirements
Course Fee and Scholorships

16,000 per semester

MA in Literary Art Creative Writing
Eligibility

achelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks (or equivalent grade) from a recognized university (relaxation of 5% for students belonging to SC/ST/PH categories),and either with demonstrable skills and/or documented achievements in the various strands of literary and visual art for practice oriented specializations, or with adequate knowledge in history, theory and criticism in literary, performance, visual and cinema studies will be considered for the theory oriented specializations.

Entrance and Admission requirements

There will be 245 seats for the academic session 2012-13. The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the university. 1. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the following table: 2. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10+2 would be deducted in the case of students from the Science stream and 5% in the case of students from the Commerce stream.

Course Fee and Scholorships

16,000 per semester

MA in Performance Studies
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks (or equivalent grade) from a recognized university (relaxation of 5% for students belonging to SC/ST/PH categories),and either with demonstrable skills and/or documented achievements in the various strands of literary and visual art for practice oriented specializations, or with adequate knowledge in history, theory and criticism in literary, performance, visual and cinema studies will be considered for the theory oriented specializations.

Entrance and Admission requirements

There will be 245 seats for the academic session 2012-13. The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the university. 1. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the following table: 2. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10+2 would be deducted in the case of students from the Science stream and 5% in the case of students from the Commerce stream.

Course Fee and Scholorships

16,000 per semester

MA in Film Studies
Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks (or equivalent grade) from a recognized university (relaxation of 5% for students belonging to SC/ST/PH categories),and either with demonstrable skills and/or documented achievements in the various strands of literary and visual art for practice oriented specializations, or with adequate knowledge in history, theory and criticism in literary, performance, visual and cinema studies will be considered for the theory oriented specializations.

Entrance and Admission requirements

There will be 245 seats for the academic session 2012-13. The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of merit in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of the university. 1. The Merit List will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the best four subjects, which should not include any vocational subject in the class XII Board Examination. For details of academic and vocational subjects students may consult the following table: 2. In order to obtain parity among the marks secured by students from different streams, while computing marks for the merit list, 4% of marks obtained in 10+2 would be deducted in the case of students from the Science stream and 5% in the case of students from the Commerce stream.

Course Fee and Scholorships

16,000 per semester

MA in Social Design
Eligibility
Entrance and Admission requirements

In partial modification of the admissions process for the MA in Social Design Programme, the applicants can either submit their Intent Proposal by email to sdesadmissions@aud.ac.in by 7th July 2013 or can bring and submit the written Intent Proposal at the time of appearing for the Design Aptitude Test on 8th July 2013.

Course Fee and Scholorships
MA in Education
Eligibility

Essential: Bachelors / Masters degree with minimum 50% marks (or equivalent grade) in any discipline. Desirable: Minimum of one year’s work experience in the field of education or a diploma in education.

Entrance and Admission requirements

Selection of candidates to the MA Education / MEd programme will be through a written test and an interview. The written test will carry a weightage of 75% and the interview a weightage of 25%.

Course Fee and Scholorships

16,000 per semester

MA Social Entrepreneurship
Eligibility

MA programme in Social Entrepreneurship. SBPPSE’s MBA programme integrates elements of public policy and social entrepreneurship in the mainstream business curriculum. It was thought appropriate to offer another programme, which will be linked to the MBA programme, but at the same time, focus exclusively on social entrepreneurship.
Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised University with a minimum of 50% marks (or an equivalent grade) are eligible for admission. Eligibility for SC/ ST/PD candidates will be 45%.

Entrance and Admission requirements

Selection will be based on the following three components
1. Written test comprising multiple choice questions on quantitative aptitude, analytical
reasoning, and verbal ability (50% weightage) 5

2. Statement of Purpose (25% weightage)
3. Personal Interview (25% weightage)

Each candidate will go through all the three stages, and a merit wise list will be generated on the
basis of the combined score.

m. No. of seats: The maximum no. of students to be admitted for the course is 10. The norms of
reservation laid out by the Government of NCT of Delhi apply.

Course Fee and Scholorships
One-year PG Diploma in Publishing
Eligibility

The total intake in every academic year will be 20 (including general as well as reserved seats as per norms set by the government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi). Delhi/NCT (85%): Total Seats 17 Outside Delhi/NCT (15%): Total Seats 3 SC (15%) 3 SC (15%) 0 ST (7.5%) 1 ST (7.5%) 0 OBC (27%) 5 General 8 General 3 In addition, 5 supernumerary seats have been kept for Foreign Nationals, hysically Challenged, Wards of Armed Forces Personnel killed or disabled in action, subject to fulfilment of the eligibility criterion to get admission. These seats may also be given to candidates who may not fulfill the basic eligibility criterion, but have work experience to support their candidature. Such candidates will be given a Certificate.

Entrance and Admission requirements
Course Fee and Scholorships