Aspiring students had expected that DU 2nd cut-off will give them hope with a decline in cut-offs. But, the aspiring students who did not score near-perfect marks are looking for other options as DU cut-offs are not budging at all. Hence, securing seats have become a difficulty with 99 percent and above cut-offs. Also, many colleges closed admissions as seats got full within the 1st cut-off list.
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Students seeking other options available in Delhi after DU 2nd cut-off:
Apart from the University of Delhi, the capital has several other good universities for education. Hence, they include Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Jamia Milia Islamia (JMI), Indraprastha University (IP), Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD). Also, the recently opened Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University is a great option to consider. So, these universities offer undergraduate admissions via entrance tests. Also, they reserve seats for the capital’s native students as a part of admission criteria.
Hence, some DU aspirants seek admissions to these colleges. With no seats available after the 2DU 2nd cut-off, students are getting out of options. Also, some have realized that they should have planned for backup and appeared for the entrance exams of these colleges.
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Students complain about the delay due to covid:
Some students have the view that Board exams results came out late this year. Hence, they didn’t have an idea about their marks or whether they would make it into DU. So, such students didn’t get time to keep track on the admission process of other colleges.
Hence, students who are unable to secure seats into DU due to still high DU 2nd cut-off and unavailability of seats are seeking other colleges. Also, some parents are advising their children to focus on internships and CV building that would help them get a job.