For DU admission 2020, Delhi University released the admission schedule for the students who want to take admission into undergraduate and postgraduate courses this year.
According to the latest updates of Delhi University, the DU admission procedure will begin on October 12 and end on November 13. It would be a month-long process.
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- 0.1 FIRST CUT-OFF FOR DU ADMISSION WOULD RELEASE IN OCTOBER
- 0.2 VARSITY RECEIVED MORE APPLICATIONS THAN LAST YEAR FOR DU ADMISSION
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FIRST CUT-OFF FOR DU ADMISSION WOULD RELEASE IN OCTOBER
Students of both merit-based and entrance based will get admission according to the procedure. The administration would release the first cut-off on October 12, 2020. On 18th November 2020, the new academic session for students getting admission this year will begin.
VARSITY RECEIVED MORE APPLICATIONS THAN LAST YEAR FOR DU ADMISSION
Delhi University issued a statement that reads that in case vacant seats are left, the administration may announce further merit lists. A rise in the number of applications for undergraduate courses has been witnessed by the University. The varsity got as many as 3,53,717 applications for the academic session of this year. Last year, there were around 2.58 lakh applications for undergraduate courses that Delhi University received.
RATIO OF BOYS TO GIRLS FOR DU ADMISSION
For the academic year 2020-21, the ratio of applications from boys stood higher than that of girls. The varsity received over 1.81 lakh applications from boys while 1.72 lakh applications from girls. The proportion of girl applicants was scantily higher last year counting to 1.29 lakh applications from girls against the 1.28 lakh boys who applied for DU admissions.
DELHI APPLICANTS AND OTHER APPLICANTS FOR DU ADMISSION
This year, about 60 percent of the total applicants are from outside Delhi while applicants from Delhi constitute a total of 40.2 percent of total applicants.