DU 5th cut-off admissions did wind up on 11th November 2020 filing up the majority of undergraduate seats. Hence, over 67,000 admissions across all DU colleges and courses took place. The estimated data as per DU officials say that a total of 67,781 undergraduate seats stands occupied. However, this data is the total of all the five cut-offs admissions.
Table of Contents
- 1 Undergraduate seats occupied in the 5th cut-off:
- 2 NO SEATS AVAILABLE UNDER GENERAL CATEGORY FOR DU ADMISSION?
- 3 Colleges that offered undergraduate seats:
- 4 DU 5TH CUTOFF RELEASED: ASMISSION OPEN AT SRCC, HANSRAJ
- 5 DU ADMISSION 2020: GUIDELINES FOR SPECIAL CUT-OFF
Undergraduate seats occupied in the 5th cut-off:
DU 5th cut-off admissions started on Saturday, 9th November 2020. 24,261 undergraduate seats were occupied in the 5th cut-off itself. A senior officer from the varsity confirmed these figures and disclosed them. The varsity has now released the CW cut-offs and its guidelines. Speculations on the release of special cut-offs are being made now.
The 5th cut-off observed already occupied undergraduate seats in the arts and science field. However, a few seats were vacant in commerce courses. The 5th cut-off witnessed a marginal drop in cut-offs which enabled students to migrate. However, ug seats for a lot of categories were unavailable.
Colleges that offered undergraduate seats:
Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) had kept unusually high cut-offs. However, the admissions to this college were yet open in the 5th cut-off for various courses. Therefore, english honors are available at 98 percent, Political Science at 98.75 percent, and, psychology at 99 percent. Hence, a lot of students migrated.
5th cut-off admissions in commerce courses witnessed a marginal dip. Hence, Shri Ram College of Commerce(SRCC) had ug seats vacant in the B.Com program at 98.12 percent.
Hence, with the majority of undergraduate seats occupied, DU admissions 2020 has almost come to an end. This year the admission procedure underwent completely online for all colleges. However, the applications were yet high in number.