The DU admission process is started for undergraduate courses on Monday. This year the entire admission process is being held online and the students are requested not to visit the college for admission. On Saturday Delhi University had uploaded its first cut-off list on the official website. Lady Shri Ram College pegging the cut-offs for 3 Hons courses at 100%.
However, students need to send documents within three days to the respective colleges for verification and once the verification process is done they need to a pay fee.
As mentioned in the Bulletin all colleges shall admit all students who meet the announced cut-off criteria. No first come first serve policy will be followed by the colleges.
Late arrivals outside of the mentioned duration of each cut-off won’t be engaged. Candidates qualifying in a past cutoff won’t be engaged in any resulting cut off except for the Special Cutoff.
Moreover, Delhi University on the first day of merit-based UG admission 2020 for various undergraduate courses received approximately 19,000 applications for admission to various DU colleges. University officials stated that over 1,628 students were approved on the first day while 920 students have paid the admission fees.
This year, due to the outbreak of the pandemic the DU admission process 2020 is online. Students can verify their best 4 or best 3 marks through the calculator available on the official website of the University. All the applicants are requested to read the bulletin carefully.
Moreover, students can change their college in the next cut-offs. They need to send the documents to the college and once they are verified they can cancel their admission in a previous college.
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