Delhi University provides admission to students excelling not only academically but also to those good in sports. Each college is required to reserve minimum 5 per cent sports quota in all undergraduate courses although the college may decide the actual number of seats offered under the quota. Students are selected for admission via sports quota in two ways: direct admission or through sports trials.Sports Quota Admissions:I. Direct admission by the college without trialsSports persons who have participated / represented the country in the following competition(s) are eligible for direct admission to the college without any trial. Olympic Games by IOCWorld Championships under International Sports Federations (IOA and / or MYAS recognised / affiliated games)Asian Games by Olympic Council of AsiaAsian Championships organized International Federation of Concerned game (recognised / affiliated by MYAS and / or IOA)Commonwealth Games, S.A.F. Games and Afro-Asian Games.Paralympic Games (recognised/affiliated by IOC and / or MYAS)II. Admission based on Sports TrialsCandidates can also be selected for admission through the sports quota through a 50-marks sports trial test which includes skill test, game performance test, game specific fitness, and fundamentals of the game / sport etc. Minimum 18 marks are required in the sports trial for admission under sports quota. Aspirants need to clear any two of the following fitness tests:1. Strength: Standing broad Jump: 1.65 metres for Men and 1.15 metres for women2. Endurance: 1,000 metres run/walk: 5 minutes for men, 6 minutes for women3. Speed 50 metres dash: 8 seconds for men, 9 seconds for womenOR If a student is applying under sports quota for chess, Archery or shooting he/she will need to qualify for any one of following fitness tests: 1. 50-metre dash2. Standing broad jump3. 1,000 m race/walkadvertisementAspirants are advised to contact the concerned college for details.