BMS course was introduced by Delhi University in the year 2013-14 as the first undergraduate course under Faculty of Management Studies to be offered in 6 colleges.
Since the course is non-technical, Delhi University announced on 16th May 2014 that the admission process will start alongwith rest UG courses from 2nd June 2014 and THERE WILL BE NO ENTRANCE TEST FOR BMS. Candidates will be given admission on the basis of Class XII marks and personal interview.
BMS is a 4-year UG course and last year during the entrance exam, the university had to face a lot of criticism due to mistakes in the question papers.
In order to take admission for BMS in Delhi University,
85% weightage will be given in Class XII marks and
15% weightage will be given on Personal Interview.
Total number of seats available for BMS in Delhi University – 840 seats across 6 colleges.
Colleges offering BMS in Delhi University – Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Deen Dyal Upadhyaya, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Maharaja Agrasen College, College of Vocational Studies and B R Ambedkar.
For Personal Interviews, around 2500 candidates will be invited and there will be 12 interview boards.
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