On Sunday, the University of Delhi deferred the spot admission for the entrance based undergraduate programs taking in view the incident of many college departments’ officers getting affected by the COVID-19 virus.
Until the additional discover the announcement of particular cut-off for undergraduate programs for seats, the college has additionally deferred, for other seats which might be vacant after the admissions against the fifth cutoff lists.
The college registrar Vikas Gupta shared that many of the university officials and departments have been affected already by the COVID-19 virus. Keeping this in mind, the spot admissions to the entrance based UG admissions and further any special cutoff for UG merit-based courses have been deferred till further notice.
He also added that the University shall show openly the number of vacant seats both category-wise and coursewise on 18 November 2020.
Almost 67000 seats have been stuffed in the various colleges of the varsity for the undergraduate courses. So far, a total of 67781 students have taken admissions against the five cutoffs released now. Among these 24261 admissions are solely under the fifth cutoff list which was released on Saturday. All in total, there are 70,000 seats for undergraduate courses in various colleges of DU this year.
DU admission 2020 this year are being conducted entirely in an online mode owing to the pandemic situation.