For both Delhi and Outside Delhi Regions, the candidate should have appeared in the JEE (Main)-2014 and placed in the merit/rank list prepared by the CBSE, New Delhi based on the score in JEE (Main) – 2014 and normalized score in Class 12 or other qualifying examination (60% & 40% weightage respectively).
A candidate who has passed (in each subject separately) any of the following qualifying examinations from a recognized School/College/Institute located within the NCT of Delhi (for Delhi Region candidate) or located outside the NCT of Delhi (for Outside Delhi Region candidate) and secured 60% or more marks (subject to relaxation as mentioned in Para (b) below) in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, shall be eligible to apply for admission to the first semester of Bachelor of Engineering Courses subject to other conditions mentioned in this brochure:
Senior School Certificate Examination (12-year course) of the Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E.), New Delhi.
Indian School Certificate Examination (12-year course) of the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi.
Any other examination recognized as equivalent to the Senior School Certificate Examination of the C.B.S.E. by the University of Delhi.
Additionally, a candidate must have passed English as a subject of study either at the 10th Class or 12th Class level (core or elective).
(i) A Delhi Region candidate means a candidate who has passed out the qualifying examination from a recognised school / college / institute situated in the N.C.T. of Delhi.
(ii) An Outside Delhi Region candidate means a candidate who has passed out qualifying examination from a recognised school / college / institute situated outside the N.C.T. of Delhi.
(iii) A Candidate who has appeared at the appropriate qualifying annual Examination mentioned in Para above in the year 2014 and placed in compartment will not be eligible for admission for the session 2014-2015.
(iv) A Candidate who has appeared at the appropriate qualifying annual Examination mentioned in Para above in the year 2014 and has reappeared for the improvement to acquire the eligibility, will not be considered for admission for the session 2014-2015.
(v) No admission will be made directly to the second or any subsequent semesters of a course.
(vi) No change of Course will be permitted after the commencement of the Second Semester, even if some seats fall vacant in some of the Courses during the second semester.
(vii) No admission will be made after 30.07.2014 except admissions against vacancies arising, due to any reason, after a seat has been allotted and subsequently declared vacated by the competent authority which shall be filled by 14.08.2014 (tentative).
(b) RELAXATION IN MARKS FOR DIFFERENT CATEGORIES
Candidate belonging to any of the following categories is allowed a relaxation in the minimum eligibility requirement in the qualifying examination (Para (a)) as detailed below:
Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST)#: A candidate claiming reservation under SC or ST# category is required to just pass in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Other Backward Classes (OBC): A relaxation of 10% i.e. 54% aggregate in (non-creamy layer) Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Defence Category (DC): A relaxation of 5% i.e. 57% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Physically Challenged (PH): A relaxation of 5% i.e. 57% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.