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Delhi University (DU), Joint Admission Test date form download Master of Finance and control (MFC) and Master of Business Economics (MBE)

Delhi University (DU) Entrance Exam India
Joint Admission Test 2010 Master of Finance and control (MFC) and Master of Business Economics (MBE)

Exam Details:  Exam on 21st March, 2010

JOINT ADMISSION TEST -2010 Master of Finance and control (MFC) and Master of Business Economics (MBE)

University of Delhi South Campus announces a Joint Admission Test for admission to the Two- Year (Full Time) Master of Finance and control (MFC) and Master of Business Economics (MBE) programme for the academic session 2010- 2012, commencing from July 2010, MFC Programme open gateway to excellent career opportunities in Investment Banking, Equity Research, Wealth Management, Corporate Finance, Corporate Treasuries, Core Banking and Insurance, Real Estate and Commodity offers excellent career opportunities in Market Research, Brand Management and International Marketing, Business Consulting Business Analytics, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Environmental and Energy Research, Economics, Policy etc. Number of Seats: MFC: 46; MBE: 82

In an effort to cope with enormous expansion, while continuing to maintain its high academic standards, the University of Delhi in the early seventies, initiated a new organization pattern based on the concept of a multi-campus institution. Following this policy, the University started the South Campus in 1973 as an experiment in multi-campus system with a focus on interdisciplinary programmes in Social Sciences, Humanities and Applied Sciences. During the past two and a half decades, the campus has emerged as a pioneer institution of higher education, learning and research and has acquired an identity of its own.

The University of Delhi South Campus has decided to conduct a joint admission test for two of its flagship programmes, namely Master of Finance and Control (MFC) and Master of Business Economics (MBE). The admission test, followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview of shortlisted candidates, will form the basis of admission to these courses. The candidates shall have the option to apply for either or for both the programmes by paying the appropriate fee as indicated later in this prospectus.

For MFC Tel: 24118854, Fax: 24116570 ~~!!~~ For MBE Telefax: 24111141

Last date for receipt of applications:  24/02/2010 (4.00 p.m.)

Date of Admission Test:  21/03/2010

Department of Financial Studies (University of Delhi)


Graduate (under 10 + 2 + 3) / Post-graduate in any discipline with 50% marks, from the University of Delhi or any other University recognised as equivalent there to. Students appearing in the final year of Bachelor's Degree examination in 2010 are eligible to appear in the Joint Admission Test. However, they should meet the above-mentioned eligibility requirements latest by September 15, 2010.

Note: The selected candidates must submit their final year results by September 15, 2010, failing which their admission will be automatically cancelled.

Candidates must ensure that they satisfy the above eligibility conditions before applying. If, at any stage of the admission process, a candidate is found ineligible, his/her application will be cancelled immediately – no queries/clarifications shall be entertained in this regard.

Reservation: The Department will follow University norms regarding reservation of seats for SC/ST, OBC, Physically Challenged candidates and Children/Widows of Officers and Men of the Armed Forces including Para- Military Personnel killed or disabled in action at wars. Foreign students studying in Indian Universities are required to appear in the Admission Test. In addition to the number of seats specified for these programmes, supernumerary seats are available for foreign students. All foreign students need to apply through the Dean, Foreign Students c/o Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, and Delhi-110007 - (For further details visit In the case of foreign students who are not required to appear for the Test, preference will be given to those who furnish their latest GMAT and TOEFL scores. All foreign students are required to meet the requirements as specified by Dean, Foreign students.

Selection Procedure:  The short listing of the candidates for admission to the MFC and MBE programmes will be done on the basis of their performance in the Entrance Test which seeks to test the aptitude of the candidates for studies in business analysis and management. The Entrance Test will consist of multiple choice questions relating to English Comprehension and Verbal Ability, Analytical Reasoning, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency, Quantitative Ability (covering Basic Arithmetic, Algebra, Calculus, Basic Statistics and Data Analysis) and Current Business Environment. The result of the entrance test is expected by April 2, 2010. The short listed candidates will be called for group discussion and personal interview. Candidates called for group discussion and interview shall bear travel and other incidental expenses themselves. In all cases, the decision of the Admission Committee shall be final.

Age: The candidate should have attained the age of 20 years on the 1st of October in the year in which admission is sought.

Fee payable: At present the MFC students are required to pay an annual fee of Rs. 11,500/- at the time of admission. Students selected to the MBE programme are required to pay an annual fee of Rs.11, 361/- The foreign students would have to pay an annual fee as per university rules. The fee may be revised from time to time by the University.

Test Centers: The admission Test will be held on Sunday, March 21, 2010 between 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m at Delhi, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Luck now and Mumbai. The University can change/cancel any test centre.
How To Apply:    

The application form duly completed (accompanied by a self-addressed envelope of size 10" x 4.5" bearing postage stamp worth Rs. 25/- (If mailing address is outside Delhi and NCR) or postage stamp worth Rs. 12/- (if mailing address is in Delhi or NCR i.e., Gurgaon / Faridabad / Ghaziabad / NOIDA) for Admission Tickets to be sent via Speed Post) should reach the office of the Department of Financial Studies, Room No.329 or Department of Business Economics, Room No.229, University of Delhi, South Campus, Benito Juarez Road, New Delhi 110021 latest by February 24, 2010 (Forms will not be accepted on Saturday, Sunday and Holidays).

Application forms which have been downloaded from the website must be accompanied by a demand draft of appropriate amount favouring- The Director, University of Delhi, South Campus and mailed to or submitted at Department of Financial Studies, or at Department of Business Economics, Arts Faculty Building, University of Delhi, South Campus, Benito Juarez Road, New Delhi-110021. Candidates applying for both the courses must attach a demand draft of Rs. 1200/- (Rs. 500/- for SC/ST candidates) and those applying for only one course should attach demand draft for Rs. 700/- (Rs. 300/- for SC/ST candidates) SC/ST/OBC candidates and candidates applying in the physically challenged category must submit a copy of caste/medical certificate along with the form. Applications without a valid caste/ medical certificate are liable to be rejected summarily. The candidates are advised to contact the University in case of any delay in receiving the Prospectus or Admission Ticket. The University will not be responsible for any postal delays. Disputes, if any, arising out of or relating to any matter whatsoever, concerning the process of admission shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court in Delhi only.

Important Dates:    

Last date for receipt of applications:   24/02/2010 (4.00 p.m.)
Date of Admission Test: 21/03/2010

Delhi University (DU) Joint Admission Test 2010
Master of Finance and control (MFC)
Master of Business Economics (MBE)

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