Vlogs, Reels Won’t Be Considered For Admission Under Extra Curricular Activities Quota: DU

New Delhi: Delhi University officials on Thursday said YouTube uploads, Facebook and Instagram reels and ‘vlogs’ will not be considered as public displays for marking during admissions under the ‘Extra-Curricular Activities’ (ECA) quota.

During a webinar, officials said that for the academic year 2022-23, admission through ECA quota will be done in 14 ECA categories, adding that candidates can apply for a maximum of three ECA categories. However, admission will be given in one category only.

Deepti Taneja, Joint Dean, Council Office during the Cultural Webinar.

“Jigs in restaurants or other private platforms that do not include a peer-review mechanism will not be considered for marking up,” he said, adding that the public display would not allow any group or group to view large-scale public viewing. Performance is through organization.

“For admission under the ECA supernumerary quota, the combined ECA merit (CEM) score of a candidate will be considered,” Taneja said.

A candidate’s CEM score shall be the sum of 25 percentile of the highest program-specific CUET percentile score of all the programs to which he (she) has applied and 75 percentile of the highest ECA score obtained from the ECA categories for which the candidate is being considered. Is.

Candidates are required to upload relevant ECA certificate while filling the Common Seat Allocation System-2022 Application Form.

“The uploaded certificates will also have to be brought for offline tests,” she said.

For ECA score of 75 marks, for all 12 categories (except NCC and NSS), 60 marks will be awarded on the basis of physical tests and 15 marks will be awarded on the basis of certificates submitted. The certifications are divided into four categories: participation, prizes in competitions, training/exams, workshops, public performances, published works and exhibitions.

On Monday, the university had started the second phase of the admission process for undergraduate programs to allow candidates to choose their program and college combination preferences.

Phase I, which began on September 12, and Phase II will remain open till October 10. Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores will also be required in both the stages.

(This report has been published as part of an auto-generated Syndicate wire feed. Other than the title, no edits have been made to the copy by ABP Live.)

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