Admission Stages

Number of Seats

Category MBA (Business Economics) MBA (Finance)
Unreserved 41 24
SC 15 9
ST 8 4
OBC 28 16
EWS 10 6
PC 6 3
CW 5 3
Ward Quota (Teaching) 2 1
Ward Quota (Non-Teaching) 2 1
Orphan's Quota* 2 2
Foreign Students 10 -
TOTAL 129 69
Applicants belonging to the Wards of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff may apply ALSO under ward quota in addition to their normal category.
* Two seats are reserved for the orphan’s quota (one male and one female) in each program.
Foreign students should apply through Foreign Students' Registry


Minimum Eligibility

The minimum eligibility requirements for MBA (Finance) and MBA (Business Economics) Programmes are: Graduate (under 10 plus 2 plus 3) in any discipline with at least 50% marks, from the University of Delhi or any other University recognised as equivalent thereto, with Mathematics/ Business Mathematics at Class XII level. Students appearing in the final year of Bachelor’s Degree examination in 2024 can also apply. However, they should meet the above-mentioned eligibility requirements latest by September 15, 2024 or a date as will be specified by the University of Delhi in this regard.

Note: The selected candidates must submit their final year results of Graduation by September 15, 2024, or a date as will be specified the University of Delhi in this regard, failing which their admission will be automatically cancelled.


Relaxation/ Concession: Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe

The minimum eligibility requirement for the Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe candidates will be that they must have passed the qualifying school/ degree examination. Provided that the minimum eligibility for admission to post-graduate Courses be the minimum pass marks of the qualifying examination concerned of the University of Delhi. In the case of Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe candidates who have passed the last qualifying examination from other Universities, they should have secured at least the same percentage of pass marks at the qualifying examination as prescribed for the equivalent examination of Delhi University for purposes of admission to the Post-Graduate course of this University.

That where the admission is based on screening/written test, the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates would also be required to take the test but their merit list will be drawn separately.

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. The Departments’ decision in this regard will be final.



The Departments will follow the University Norms regarding reservation of seats for EWS (Economically Weaker Sections), SC/ ST, OBC, Physically Challenged candidates and Children/ Widows/Wives of the Officers and Men of the Armed Forces including Para-Military Personnel killed/ disabled in action at wars. Admissions of the candidates to the programmes eligible under reserved categories will be subject to verification of relevant certificates (e.g. caste/ medical certificate).

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 Foreign Students' Registry, University of Delhi (for further details visit The foreign students will be short-listed on the basis of their GMAT and TOEFL latest scores. All foreign students are required to meet the requirements as specified by Foreign Students' Registry, University of Delhi plus any other as prescribed by the concerned department for the programmes.


Selection Procedure

Selection of candidates would be based on CAT (Common Admission Test, conducted by the IIMs) and candidates’ educational backgrounds.


  • Overall and Sectional cutoffs in CAT percentile results would be applied for short-listing General Category candidates for PI.
  • Short-listing will be done on the basis of candidates’ CAT percentile and marks scored in Class X and Class XII Examinations.
  • Female candidates will be given some extra weightage.
  • Candidates with the following undergraduate degrees will receive extra weightage:
    • B. Com. (Hons.)
    • B. A./ B.Sc. (Hons.) (Economics)
    • B. A. (Hons.) (Business Economics)
    • BBS/ BMS and
    • BFIA/ BBA(FIA)

The following weightage system will be followed for short-listing for PI:

Category Weightage
CAT Percentile 70%
Marks obtained in Class-X 10%
Marks obtained (best of four) in Class-XII 10%
Marks obtained in Mathematics/Business Mathematics in Class-XII Examination – Weightage 2.5%
Candidates with the above-mentioned Graduate Degrees 5%
Female Candidates 2.5%

The shortlisted candidates shall be called for Personal Interview (PI). In case, PI at the University Campus is not possible owing to exogenous/unavoidable circumstances, then PI would stand cancelled. In that case, the Final Merit List for admission to the MBA(F) and MBA (BE) programmes would be prepared on the basis of the weightage for final selection (below), wherein the weightage of PI would be taken as zero for all candidates. Further, sectional cutoff will be applied only for Unreserved category.


Category Weightage
Overall CAT Percentile 25%
Quantitative Ability Percentile (QA %tile) 6%
Data Interpretation/Logical Reasoning Percentile (DI&LR %tile) 5%
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension Percentile (VA&RC %tile) 6%



Final selection will be based on CAT Scores, Marks scored in PI, Marks Scored in Class X and Class XII Examinations and Weightage to Graduate Degrees (mentioned above) and to female candidates.

The following weightage system will be followed for short-listing for final selection:

Category Weightage
CAT Score 60%
Marks obtained in Class-X 5%
Marks obtained in Class-XII 5%
Marks obtained in Personal Interview 25%
Candidates with the above-mentioned Graduate Degrees 2.5%
Female Candidates 2.5%