Delhi School of Communication (DSC), Delhi, has invited applications from eligible candidates for admission into Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Communication (PGPDC) course, to be offered in the session 2012. Admission will be made on the basis of candidates' performance in admission test, followed by psychological test and interview, to be conducted by the Institute.
Note: If a student has already appeared for CAT, MAT and SNAP and has secured above 50 percentile then he/she can directly appear for the Psychological Test.
Date of Exam
N / A (For more details, one can visit DSC’s official website: http://www.dsc.edu.in/)
See the prospectus
How to Apply
Interested candidates may obtain the application form and prospectus from the DSC campus, Delhi, on payment of Rs 1100. The payment can be made through cash or through DD drawn in favor of The Delhi School of Communication, payable at New Delhi. However, one can apply online by filling in the online registration / application form made available on DSC’s official website: http://www.dsc.edu.in/. The direct link for the registration form is: http://www.dsc.edu.in/registration-form/. The registration fee or application fee of Rs 1100 can be paid by bank transfer / DD (drawn in the prescribed format). For bank transfer, account details are as follows:
DSC Account No. 2257002100006139
Bank Details: Punjab National Bank, IGNOU Branch, New Delhi
IFSC Code: PUNB0225700
Address: DSC Centre, 321/2 IGNOU Road Neb Sarai, New Delhi – 110068
- Candidate must provide the transaction ID / Deposit number / Demand Draft number in the application form.
- The registration charges for the form are Rs 1100. The amount may be transferred to the DSC account within 5 working days from the submission of the form.
For any further queries about admission, eligibility criteria, last date of application and application procedure, candidates are requested to visit the Institute’s abovementioned official website.
Last Date of Submitting Application Form
N / A (For further updates, candidates are advised to regularly visit the Institute’s aforementioned website.)