DTU 2019: Notification | Important Dates | Exam Pattern | SyllabusDelhi Technological University (DTU) was established in 1941 under the name of Delhi Polytechnic. It is one of the oldest engineering colleges of India and the first engineering college of Delhi. At that time DTU offered diploma courses in engineering, commerce, architecture, pharmacy, arts which were equivalent to degree courses. Since 1952, DTU started offering admission in degree programmes.  It is affiliated to University of Delhi since 1952.

Formally known as the Delhi College of Engineering (DCE), it was renamed to Delhi Technological University (DTU) in the year 2009. DTU provides undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes in engineering. It offers courses like Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.), Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech), Master of Technology (M.tech), and also Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Selection procedure

The aspiring candidates who wish to get admission in Delhi Technological University should check out the selection procedure.

  • The candidates who want to pursue B.E. or B.Tech must have a minimum or cut-off JEE (Joint Entrance Test) score as released by the university.
  • The candidates who want to pursue M.E. or M.tech must have a minimum cut-off score in GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) as specified by the university that year.
  • The candidates who wish to pursue MBA should have a valid CAT (Common Admission Test) score.
  • The Ph.D. candidates have to clear a written entrance exam based on which they will be selected. The written exam consists of 60 questions of 1 mark each. The interview carries 40% weight.
  • After clearing the respective exam, candidates will be short-listed for Personal Interview (PI) or Group Discussion (GD) Round or both. So the aspirants need to find out the details about the relevant exam and start their preparation.

DTU 2019 Counselling Details

Based on the gate/JEE/CAT 2019 score, the counseling will be held offline at the specified time and venue. The short-listed candidates have to show up in time with all their documents. The selected candidates have to download their counseling letters. The counseling will be different for each category and stream.

There will be a second round of counseling if there are any vacant seats left after the first one. The cut-off depends on the number of candidates applied, the difficulty level of the exam, the previous year cut-offs and the number of seats available. After the document verification and counseling, the candidates have to submit the required fee. The documents should match all the details provided by the candidate at the time of counseling.

Candidates have to carry the following documents on the day of counseling:

  • The government issued ID like Aadhar card, PAN card, Voter ID, Driving License or Passport
  • The 10th and 12th class mark sheets for B.Tech candidates
  • The 10th, 12th and graduation mark sheets for post-graduation and doctoral candidates
  • Category certificate for reserved category applicants
  • Passport size photographs
  • Thumb impression and signature

Stay tuned to our website for more details about the eligibility criteria, important dates, registration process, application details and preparation tips.

DTU 2019 Application Form Details:

The candidates who aspire to get admission in DTU can check out the registration process on our website. Before registering for the exam, candidates must make sure that they are eligible for the examination. The application for DTU will be available online.

Step 1: Before Applying Online, Candidates Must Make Sure of The Following points:

  • The entries made while filling the application form online are correct.
  • They have scanned images of their photograph, signature, and thumb impression in jpg format and of required size.
  • The details given by the candidates must match with their official documents.
  • Candidates should keep a future copy of the application form for further correspondence in the future.

Step 2: Create your account:

  • This is the first step in the registration It is necessary for aspirants to create an account so that you can edit and save your details anytime by logging in to your account.
  • Enter your full name, date of birth, phone number and Email address. Verify your Email address and mobile number. This will come handy in case you forgot your password.
  • Set a strong password and create your account.

Step 3: Log In To Your Account:

  • Log in to your newly formed account using your username and password.
  • Enter your academic details like the name of college/school you studied from, the qualifying bachelor’s degree, the year of passing and the aggregate marks obtained in school/graduation. It is necessary to check if you are eligible or not and will be verified with your documents.
  • Candidates who have qualified GATE exam have to enter their score and upload the image of their scorecard in the required format.
  • Enter other details like gender, nationality, and address for correspondence.
  • After entering all the details, upload all the scanned documents and images in required size and format.
  • Double-check all the details and agree to the terms and conditions. Now submit the application form.
  • Complete the payment either online or take a print out of the application form and pay the fee online or through challan.

Admit Card

The admit card will be available for download online. Candidates will have to carry the admit card along with the application form and other documents in order to appear for the examination. Candidates have to enter their application number and date of birth to download their admit card.

Application Fee

Check out the application fee for different courses as mentioned in the table below:

COURSE FEE
B.Tech Rs. 1200
M.Tech Rs. 1000
MBA Rs. 1000
Ph.D. Rs. 1000

DTU 2019 Eligibility Criteria:

The aspiring candidates who wish to get admission in DTU should check out the eligibility criteria.  Without fulfilling these ideas, a candidate will not get admission in DTU. This article contains information about qualifying marks, educational qualification and other requirements. So, before starting the registration process, candidates must make sure that they fulfill all the requirements:

Eligibility Criteria for B.E./B.Tech

  • Qualification: The candidates must have passed class 12th examination from a recognized board.
  • Qualifying Marks: The candidates must have at least 60% in class 12th English must be one of the subjects studied.
  • Qualifying Examination: The candidates must also have passed JEE Mains and JEE Advanced examinations.

Eligibility Criteria for M.E./M.Tech

  • Qualification: The candidates must have passed all the graduation examinations from a Government recognized university/college.
  • Qualifying Marks: The candidates must have at least 60% in the qualifying degree (B.E./B.Tech). English must be one of the subjects studied.
  • Qualifying Examination: The candidates must also have a valid score in GATE examination.

Eligibility Criteria for MBA

  • Qualification: The candidates must have passed all the graduation examinations from a Government recognized university/college.
  • Qualifying Marks: The candidates must have at least 60% in the qualifying degree (any degree). English must be one of the subjects studied.
  • Qualifying Examination: The candidates must also have a valid score in CAT examination.

Eligibility Criteria for Ph.D

  • Qualification: The candidates must have passed all the graduation examinations from a Government recognized university/college.
  • Qualifying Marks: The candidates must have at least 60% in the qualifying degree. English must be one of the subjects studied.

DTU 2019 Important Dates:

The official schedule for DTU 2019 has not arrived yet. This article brings out the tentative dates based on previous year’s schedule. Candidates must keep a track of the important dates like the start of registration, end of registration, the release of admit card, result announcement and counseling. It is important to note these dates, so that candidates do not miss out on anything.

Tentative dates for undergraduate courses

EVENT DATE
Admission Brochure 1st week of May 2019
Registration Opens 4th week of June 2019
Registration Closes 1st week of July 2019
Final result 2nd week of July 2019
1st Round of Counselling starts 3rd week of July 2019
2nd Round of Counselling for vacant seats starts 4th week of July 2019

Tentative dates for postgraduate courses

EVENT DATE
Admission Brochure 1st week of May 2019
Registration Opens 4th week of June 2019
Registration Closes 1st week of July 2019
Final result 2nd week of July 2019
1st Round of Counselling starts 3rd week of July 2019
2nd Round of Counselling for vacant seats starts 4th week of July 2019

Tentative dates for Ph.d.

EVENT DATE
Admission Brochure 1st week of May 2019
Registration Opens 4th week of June 2019
Registration Closes 1st week of July 2019
Final result 2nd week of July 2019
1st Round of Counselling starts 3rd week of July 2019
2nd Round of Counselling for vacant seats starts 4th week of July 2019

DTU 2019 Preparation Tips:

The candidates who have checked out the eligibility details, tentative dates, and all the other information can start preparing for respective exams in order to get admission in DTU. No matter what the exam, the strategy remains pretty much the same. The things that change are the syllabus, reference material and the hours you put in for each subject. Here is the preparation guide for getting admission in DTU:

1. Make A Study Plan

Aspirants should find out all the details about JEE/GATE/CAT such as eligibility criteria, exam schedule, exam pattern and syllabus and how to apply for them. Make a proper study plan. Making a study plan or a timetable helps students to learn time management. Try to allow time to each subject according to its weight in the examination. A proper study plan also helps students to gain confidence before the exam. Collect the study material such as NCERT books and reference books of good authors that will help you develop good concepts and in-depth analysis of each topic.

2. Do Regular Practice

It is all about the speed and accuracy. Only by practicing daily and maintaining a proper consistency can a student gain both the qualities. It will be beneficial on the day of the exam as students will have a proper idea of how much time they have to spend on a particular question. Never waste much time on a particular question. Always attend such questions after the rest of the questions are over.

3. Periodic Revision

Without proper and timely revision, you will not be able to remember everything on the day of exam even after studying everything. Success requires both hard work and smart work. Always make short notes of key formulas and important concepts. Take out at least half an hour to brush up these short notes daily. This will help your current subject keep in tune with the previous subject. With time and practice, the revision will take less time to complete.

4. Solve Mock Tests And Previous Year Question Papers

This is the final and most important part of your preparation. Test your knowledge and practice by revising and solving at least one mock test paper daily within three hours. You can also solve some previous year JEE/GATE/CAT question papers for more practice. Analyse your weaknesses and work on them.

Candidates are advised to follow these tips, and they will surely pass the upcoming examination with flying colors. All the best!