For DU admission 2020, Delhi University released the schedule of a second special cut-off list. Delhi University released a schedule of merit-based admission on the official website du.ac.in.
Students who want to apply for DU admission in the second special cut-off list can apply between 21st December, 10 AM, and 22nd December, 5 PM.
Table of Contents
- 0.1 ADMISSION IN SECOND SPECIAL CUT-OFF LIST
- 0.2 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA OF ADMISSION IN DELHI UNIVERSITY
- 1 WILL DELHI UNIVERSITY RELEASE FURTHER CUTOFFS FOR DU ADMISSION?
- 2 DU ADMISSION: FMS DELHI ADMISSION PROCESS FOR MBA PROGRAM BEGINS
- 3 ADMISSION PROCESS FOR MPHIL AND PHD STARTS IN DELHI UNIVERSITY
ADMISSION IN SECOND SPECIAL CUT-OFF LIST
Respective colleges of Delhi University will grant admission to the eligible students till 24th December, 5 PM. Lastly, students who got admission in the second special cut-off list can pay the fees by 26th December.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA OF ADMISSION IN DELHI UNIVERSITY
For admission in the second special cut-off list, Delhi University released some guidelines. So, only those students can now take admission in the second special cut-off list, who have not taken admission in the initial cut-offs released by Delhi University.
WHO ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TAKE ADMISSION IN SECOND SPECIAL CUT-OFF LIST
Many students have canceled their admission in the initial cut-off. Moreover, some of them have been admitted to many DU-affiliated colleges including NCWEB. So, they cannot apply for admission in the second special cut-off list.
ON WHAT BASIS DELHI UNIVERSITY WILL GRANT ADMISSION?
If the total number of students applying to the respective college of Delhi University would be more than the estimated number of students, then the administration would grant admission to students based on the best three or best four subjects.
PREFERENCE OF STUDENTS IN DU ADMISSION
For those students who got a higher percentage of marks, the administration would consider them first for admission. Moreover, for students with an earlier date of birth, college authorities would consider them first.