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The journalism faculty in Delhi University is going all out to make the admission process more transparent and student-friendly this year. To begin with, the faculty has decided to show the answer keys of the combined journalism entrance test (CJET) to candidates soon after the exam is over so that candidates can identify any discrepancy. CJET has been scheduled on June 3 following which the answer keys will be uploaded for two days on the special website created for admission.
"We have decided to provide the answer keys online for 48 hours. If the candidates find any discrepancy, they can bring it to our notice. They will get grace marks if we find an error," said Tarjeet Sabharwal, convener, CJET 2012, and faculty member, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce. The candidates will have to inform the principal of the college which would be their test centre about the discrepancy during those two days who will forward the complaint to the dean of faculty of applied social sciences, she added.B. A. (honours) journalism is offered in five DU colleges - Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Maharaja Agrasen College, Lady Shri Ram College, Kamala Nehru College and Kalindi College. Their individual journalism departments function under the aegis of the faculty of applied social sciences. This is the second year that all five colleges are holding a common entrance test for BA (honours) journalism. The registration for CJET closed on May 18 and the faculty has received nearly 2,250 applications compared to 1,800 in 2011. There are 183 seats plus two seats for differently-abled candidates.Common Admission Test for English formApplication form for Common Admission Test for English will be available from May 25 to June 4. This year, 21 colleges will admit students to BA (H) English through CATE scheduled on June 9. The forms will be available at Kirori Mal, Janaki Dev, Rajdhani, Shivaji, LSR, Miranda House, DCAC, Hindu, IP, Kamala Nehru, Maharaja Agrasen, Bharati, Satyawati (morning and evening), Shyam Lal, Swami Shraddhanand, SPM, Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Zakir Husain (morning and evening).
Courtesy: Times of India
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