DSE MBA Admission 2019 Registration begin: Eligibility, Fee Structure and Selection Process: The Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics has released the notification for admission, offering two-year M.I.B/ MBA (IB) programme. Candidates looking for top and inexpensive MBA course must appear for the DSE DU 2019 examination. The eligible candidates who are interested in applying can apply through the official website, dsemba.in before 5th January 2019.
Delhi School of Economics MBA admission 2019: Registration
The Delhi School of Economics was set up in 1949 in order to offer post-graduation programmes in management. The school takes admission through Common Admission Test (CAT). This year CAT 2018 is going to take place on 25th November 2018.
After registering the form make sure that you must also submit the form for Delhi School of Economics Admission 2019. The final selection of 148 seats (out of which some seats are reserved for various categories) in the course is according to the written test, extempore, group discussion and interview.
Here is the information about eligibility, courses, fees, selection processes etc. so, let’s have a look….
Delhi School of Economics: Eligibility Criteria (2019)
The eligibility criteria for Delhi School of Economics Admission 2019 are as follows:
- Candidate must carry a graduate degree from any established institute with minimum aggregate of 50%
- You must pass the CAT 2018 examination through valid score.
- Candidates who are pursuing their final year are also eligible for applying.
Delhi School of Economics: Post-Graduation Courses (2019)
The school provides various post-graduation management courses, for MBA the leading courses are:
MBA in Human Resource Development (MBA- HRD)
MBA in International Business (MBA- IB)
Delhi School of Economics: Seat Distribution (2019)
Candidates who are applying for Delhi School of Economics Admission 2019 must know the number of seats reserved according to the categories of the students.
General Category: 31(MBA – HRD) and 31 (MBA- IB)
OBC Category: 17 (MBA – HRD) and 17 (MBA – HRD)
SC Category: 9 (MBA – HRD) and 9 (MBA – HRD)
ST Category: 5 (MBA – HRD) and 5 (MBA – HRD)
PWD Category: 3 (MBA – HRD) and 3 (MBA – HRD)
CW Category: 3 (MBA – HRD) and 3 (MBA – HRD)
FS Category: 12 (MBA – HRD) and 12 (MBA – HRD)
Delhi School of Economics: Important Dates (2019)
Important dates for Delhi School of Economics Admission 2019 are:
|Delhi School of Economics Admission 2019||Important Dates|
|CAT 2018 exam||25 November 2018|
|Announcement of CAT 2018 Result||1st week of January 2019|
|Apply for Online Application Form||15th November 2018|
|Last date to apply for application form||05 Jan 2019|
|Shortlisting of candidates||To be declared|
|GDPI Round||To be declared|
Delhi School of Economics: Fee Structure and Registration Fee
Seeing the excellence of education of Delhi School of Economics, the fee structure for the 2019 Admission is quite low, which makes it the best school option to take your chance. The estimated fee for Delhi School of Economics 2019 for post-graduation courses is Rs 15,696 which is the one-year programme fee and once paid, the fee is not refundable in any situation.
SC, ST, PWD category: Rs 900 (Rs 600 for 1 programme) and
Other candidates: Rs 1800/- (Rs 1100/- for 1 programme)
Delhi School of Economics: Selection Procedure
According to the Delhi School of Economics 2019 selection procedure, there will be three selection processes. For the final admission you have to clear all the rounds. These rounds are:
Entrance Examination: For shortlisting the students for the next round, marks of CAT 2018 examination and marks of class 10th & 12th will be taken into consideration.
Group Discussion & Extempore: In the 2nd round, candidate’s communication skills, processing skills etc. are taken into consideration for shortlisting them for next and final round.
Interview: This is the final round where your interpersonal skills and the overall academic skills are taken into consideration. If you clear this round then you can get admission in Delhi School of Economics.