Minimum eligibility criteria for CET is class X pass with Mathematics as a subject, except for Diploma in Pharmacy, for which the candidate has to be class XII pass with PCB/PCM as subject.
Admission to undergraduate courses is based on the merit of marks obtained in class XII. No CET will be conducted for applying to undergraduate courses.
Yes, any student who has passed class X is eligible to appear for CET and apply in Diploma courses.
CET for the diploma courses will be based on Class X level Maths, Science and English. Aptitude questions will also be asked. In addition to design oriented courses, questions related to general design principles will also be asked in a different section. Pharmacy will have a separate section (Section E) in the same paper. Kindly refer to the CET format- https://dseu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/CET-Pattern.pdf
No, there aren’t any provision for distance learning.
For B.Tech courses, the candidate has to apply through JAC- www.jacdelhi.nic.in
No, the students who have already enrolled through IPU will get the certificate from the respective authorities.
Candidates must have passed class X or equivalent with Mathematics as a subject.
Except for Diploma in Pharmacy, candidates must have passed Class XII with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics (PCB/ PCM) as subjects.
The University is offering a three year undergraduate degree course in Medical Laboratory Technology, called B.Sc. MLT. The course has multiple entry/exit options, i.e. if students want to exit after the first year, they get a diploma; if a student wants to exit after the second year, they get an advance diploma and if they want to exit after the third year, they get a 3-year degree. Students can come back and continue the course.
A student can pursue only one degree course at a time.
The University will support students to avail the Delhi government scheme of “”Higher Education and Skill Development Credit Guarantee Fund”” which gives guarantee to the banks/ financial institutions for providing education loan to students. For details, Click Here
“The University will provide opportunities of scholarships, freeships and financial assistance for getting loans and support from the Delhi government schemes for higher education.
For further details on Fee Waiver Policy, kindly refer to the Information Bulletin- http://dseuonline.in/new_folder/DSEU_IB_Version_1.pdf
The students taking admission in 3rd semester through Lateral Entry shall have to pass the Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics (I and II), Applied Chemistry and Applied Science theory subjects of 1st year Diploma courses of relevant disciplines. Such candidates are not required to write internal sessional tests for Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics (I and II), Applied Chemistry and Applied Science subjects of 1st year of the relevant Diploma course.
They have to study these subjects themselves and shall have to pass these subjects within the total period of course duration for lateral entry plus two years. However, if a candidate has passed class XII in science with vocational/ class XII (Science)/ class XII with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Applied Science before admission, then the candidate is not required to pass Physics, Applied Mathematics (1 and II), Applied Chemistry and Applied Science after enrolling.
The University will offer admissions in Lateral Entry on the basis of merit of marks obtained by the candidate in class XII or class X + ITI (2 years). For more details on the same, kindly refer to the Section 11.3 of the Information Bulletin- https://dseu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/IB_Version_1_1.pdf
There is no option for lateral entry to B.Tech courses in this academic year (2021-22)
The University will offer admissions on the basis of merit list created on the basis of marks obtained by the candidate in XII or X + ITI (2 years). For more details on the same, kindly refer to the Section 11.3 of the Information Bulletin- https://dseu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/IB_Version_1_1.pdf
No, we do not conduct any of these tests. However, we do have a PEG Test for the Undergraduate courses.
DSEU has designed a proprietary Personality, Entrepreneurial Mindset and General Ability Test (PEG) to help students choose the most suitable courses for themselves.
Candidates applying for undergraduate courses (B.A./ B.Com./ B.Sc./ BBA/ BMS) have to take the mandatory non-proctored interest profiling test called PEG. The test is available online on the University website https://dseu.ac.in/dseu-peg-test/ and is free of cost. The test does not require any preparation and takes approximately 40 minutes to complete.
A unique reference number and a PEG report in PDF format will be generated for each candidate.The candidate shall be asked to share their PEG report reference number and upload the test report before selecting course and campus preference.
They will now be courses of DSEU and will continue as Diplomas (post class X)
No, we do not have any course on Mass Media.
Yes, there is a course on BBA (Facilities and Hygiene Management). Kindly refer to the given link to know more.
DSEU is an educational institution which allows you to choose courses that you feel inclined towards. Courses at DSEU are designed to teach skills that are relevant for the work that the student is expected to take up after the course. The courses will be practice-oriented and students will be expected to integrate themselves in the communities they come from by running community level projects. The University also prepares you to have a better chance at succeeding as an entrepreneur if you choose to do so.
Yes, students of any gender are eligible for this course. The University follows a gender-inclusive approach where diversity and participation of all genders is encouraged.
Yes, the University currently offers Master of Computer Applications (MCA) and Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Tool Engineering.
DSEU plans to introduce more Postgraduate courses from the next academic year.
To know more about the minimum eligibility criteria, please visit-
Candidate with Science background are eligible for all the Bachelors Courses ranging from 6 B.Tech/ B.Sc. MLT/ B.Sc. Data Analytics and many more courses being offered by the University.
The candidate is also eligible for Diploma in Pharmacy, 10 Engineering Diploma courses at the University (with minimum eligibility of class X pass).
No, there is no course on Automobile Journalism being offered in the academic year 2021-22.
Yes, the University will offer a range of short term courses as per the need & skill gap assessment in the industry.
Yes, DSEU will start with all the courses as given in the Information Bulletin (Diploma/ Undergraduate/ Postgraduate) from this academic year. To know more, please visit-
DSEU has designed a proprietary Personality, Entrepreneurial Mindset and General Ability Test (PEG) to help students choose the most suitable course for them.
Candidates applying for Undergraduate courses (B.A./ B.Com./ B.Sc./ BBA/ BMS) have to take the mandatory non-proctored interest profiling test called PEG. The test is available online on the University website https://dseu.ac.in/dseu-peg-test/ and is free of cost. The test does not require any preparation and takes approximately 40 minutes to complete.
A unique reference number and a PEG report in PDF form will be generated for each candidate.The candidate shall be asked to share their PEG report reference number and upload the test report before making course and campus preference.
Each course has been designed as per market relevance with specific inputs from industry and academic experts. The courses also include the much required life skills like digital skills, financial literacy, entrepreneurship etc. Every course has a large emphasis on hands-on practical training in the in-house labs and industry premises.The learnings will also include live projects with the community and industry. All these elements will ensure employability at the workplace from the first day of engagement, thus making you much sought after by employers. The holistic learning will enable you to face the world with confidence whether you are planning an employment, entrepreneurship or further studies.
Each of the courses will have a process of continuous evaluation throughout the course.
There are multiple components that include end semester and mid semester examinations, project work, class participation and assignments that will be done either individually or in groups.
The focus of the evaluation will be on assessment of both the conceptual learning of the student and on the development of the competence and skill.
We will be uploading the course modules on our website shortly. For any more details on the courses, fees, seat structure, please visit- https://dseu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/IB_Version_1_1.pdf
“The 3 year courses are divided into 6 semesters and each course has been laid out in consultation with the industry partners. There is a strong weightage of credits assigned for practicals and hands-on-learning.
The curriculum is therefore embedded in apprenticeships and internships with the industry. These would be mandatory modules for students to graduate in the respective course.
Every Bachelors program has a Curriculum Advisory Group constituting of industry and academicians from renowned institutions who meet weekly or bi-weekly to design the course.”
No, the university shall award extra points to students with Vocational subjects in class X and XII.
The entrance procedure will be as follows for different category of courses offered by the University:
– Diploma Courses: Class X pass students are eligible for Diploma, who will be required to take a CET (Common Entrance Test) for diploma admissions. In addition, students of design oriented subjects such as Applied Arts, Interior Design, etc. will have to additionally qualify in Section D of the CET examination. Check out our Information Bulletin for more details.
– Pharmacy Diploma Course: Students who have qualified Class XII may take the CET for admissions and may also give an additional test for proving Pharmacy-oriented competence.
– Part Time Diploma Courses: Admissions will be based on merit.
– Undergraduate Courses: Class XII pass students are eligible for Degree and the admission will be based on merit parameters. Taking the interest profiling test is mandatory for degree students, however, the marks of the interest profiling will not be counted in preparation of merit list of the student.
– Lateral Entry: Apply through portal – will be merit based.
– MCA: Apply through portal but based on the result of NIMCET score
– B.Tech programs offered at DITE/ GB Pant Engg. College: Admissions through JAC (centralized admissions portal for undergraduate B.Tech programs offered across Delhi govt colleges)
– M.Tech: Admissions will be based on merit of score in GATE exam.
The entrance procedure will be as follows for different category of courses offered by the University: – Diploma: Class X pass students are eligible for Diploma, who will be required to take a CET (Common Entrance Test) for diploma admissions. In addition, students of design oriented subjects such as Applied Arts, Interior Design, etc. will have to additional qualify in Section D of the CET examination. More details will be shared in the admission brochure. – Pharmacy Diploma: Class XII pass students will take the CET for admissions and in additional also give an additional test for proving Pharmacy oriented competence. – Part Time Diploma Courses: Based on merit – Degree: Class XII pass students are eligible for Degree and the admission will be based on merit parameters. Taking the interest profiling test is mandatory for degree students, however, the marks of the interest profiling will not be counted in preparation of merit list of the student. – Lateral Entry: Apply through portal – will be merit based. – MCA: Apply through portal but based on the result of NIMCET score – B.Tech programs offered at DITE/ GB Pant Engg. College: Admissions through JAC (centralized admissions portal for undergraduate B.Tech programs offered across Delhi govt colleges)
Please note that the Express Interest is not a part of the admission process.
However, it gives an edge to those candidates who submitted the Express Interest form, as they shall be notified about important dates, events and course-specific collaterals through mails, texts and phone calls from representatives of the University.
Courses at DSEU are designed to teach skills that are relevant for the work that the student is expected to take up after graduation. The curriculum for all courses is designed in collaboration with industry experts as well as academic experts. Theory will be taught to help conceptualise the skill that the student is learning. Emphasis will be laid on learning the skills needed by the candidate in the industry.
DSEU believes that there is no age limit to learning. Hence, there is no upper age limit to any course at the University.
Any candidates who fulfils the minimum eligibility criteria for respective courses shall apply.
Admission to Undergraduate courses shall be on merit of marks in class XII.
For more course specific details, kindly visit-
Admissions have been announced and the online registrations have started.
Please visit www.dseuonline.in to have the list of tentative dates for the entire admission process or kindly refer to- https://dseu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/IB_Version_1_1.pdf
Any candidate who fulfills the given minimum eligibility criteria for the respective courses may apply for as many courses they please. However, a candidate can pursue only one full-time course at a time.
There is no provision for accommodation.
DSEU is offering a variety of Diploma and Degree courses in its first academic year. There are 15 Diploma courses (Eg.- Diploma in Pharmacy/ Automobile Engineering/ Civil Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering/ Applied Arts/ Interior Design) along with 18 Undergraduate courses (Eg.- B.A. Digital Media and Design/ B.Sc. Data Analytics/ BMS eCommerce/ B.Com Business Process Management/ BBA Facilities and Hygiene Management/ B.Tech courses) and 2 Postgraduate courses (M.Tech Tool Engineering and MCA). To know which course is being offered at which campus, kindly refer to the Section 4 of Information Bulletin by clicking here
DSEU has a total of 13 campuses. To know more, kindly refer to the Section 3 of the Information Bulletin- http://dseuonline.in/new_folder/DSEU_IB_Version_1.pdf
DSEU has a distributed campus with 13 campuses across National Capital Territory of Delhi.
The University will have classes for Part-time Diploma Courses from 6 PM – 9 PM everyday.
The University will conduct classes from morning to evening. The time table for all courses will be available on the website soon.
Depending on the pandemic, classes will begin offline or online.
DSEU will provide constant guidance and counselling through a support structure which includes professional counsellors, along with faculty and staff who are trained in counselling procedures.
For Diploma courses, candidates are expected to appear for CET (Common Entrance Test) with a minimum eligibility of class X or equivalent with Mathematics as a subject.
Except for Diploma in Pharmacy, candidates must have passed Class XII with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics (PCB/ PCM) as subjects.
For class X and XII, the University will take into account the best of five score of subjects (including the compulsory, optional and vocational subjects).
Anyone interested in picking up a skill, wanting to move into a vocation & learning and developing themselves is welcome to DSEU. If you are passionate about a skill and want to pursue a particular vocation then this is the place for you. We are looking for students who are willing to work hard, be committed and want to give themselves an opportunity to do something that they are interested in. The list of courses are on our website and if they interest you, then kindly apply. For the undergraduate courses, take the PEG test, talk to our counsellors and then make your choice following your aptitude and inclination.
Yes, candidates from other states may join the University.
Being a Delhi State Government University, 85% seats in all the courses are earmarked for candidates belonging to the Delhi region, while 15% seats are earmarked for students belonging to other states.
A candidate who has qualified class X is eligible to apply for all the Diploma courses, except for Diploma in Pharmacy which has the minimum eligibility as class XII qualification.
Different courses (Undergraduate,Post-Graduate and Diploma) have different eligibility criteria.
For details on the respective courses, kindly refer to – http://dseuonline.in/new_folder/DSEU_IB_Version_1.pdf
After the online application form is closed, there will be a form editing window, when the candidates will be able to login and rectify such errors.
Kindly refer to the tentative schedule for the same- http://dseuonline.in/tentative-schedule.html
The candidate whose class XII result is awaited, can proceed further by selecting the option of Result Awaited.
However, there is an optional (non-mandatory) field for uploading the previous year mark sheet.
Please Note- The candidate will be asked to fill in their class XII Roll No. (Board or School, whichever applicable) and the online application portal will open again once the results are announced and then the candidate shall be asked to upload their mark sheet and fill in other requisite details.
Hindutani Vocal for Class XII is a non-technical subject.
– The University shall offer multiple entry and exit options as part of all the undergraduate degree (except B.Tech.) courses. This is to keep with the new National Education Policy that allows students to accumulate credits and gives the flexibility to join a course or leave a course with a Diploma at the end of first year, with an Advance Diploma at the end of second year. The students can also enter the courses in the second and third year if they have completed the required credits from DSEU or other universities.
– Please note that multiple entry and exit option is NOT available for diploma courses and B.Tech courses.
– Under Multiple Entry- Exit, the students will have the following options-
a. Exit after One year: Get a Diploma
b. Exit after Two years: Get an Advanced Diploma
c. Exit after Three years: Get a Degree
– The diploma received after exiting from the first year or second year of the above mentioned undergraduate degree programs is NOT equivalent to the Diploma received after undergoing regular diploma program.
– Please note- In this academic session 2021-22, the University will not take any admissions in the second and third year of undergraduate courses.
All the courses at DSEU are designed in association with academia and industries.
The University has robust tie ups with industry partners for training, internships and placement in every course to prepare the students with skills. There is no 100% job-guarantee to the students as students must take ownership of their placements and make the most of opportunities provided at the University.
Going forward, the placement cell will be directly managed by DSEU for its student across all courses and campuses.
The University will provide opportunities of scholarships, freeships and financial assistance for getting loans and support from the Delhi government schemes for higher education. For further details on Fee Waiver Policy, kindly refer to the Information Bulletin
No, ITIs have not been merged with DSEU.