Delhi University has already begun with its registration process and within two weeks university has received total 2,30,000 applications already. The University announced it’s application on 19th May 2018, both for merit-based and entrance- based admissions. This year the University has arranged student portal through which students can register themselves for more than one course in a single application form and can access the whole application at one place. The last date for the registration process is 7th June 2018.
The maximum number of applications received for the undergraduate courses are from Delhi and the nearby states with 63,814 applications from Delhi itself, 37,476 from Uttar Pradesh, 7,319 from Bihar, 22,177 from Haryana and 4,654 from Rajasthan.
It is assumed that the Delhi University Cut-Off will likely to increase this year by 0.25% to 1% across all streams after CBSE announced it’s class 12th results.
The CBSE results directly impact the DU cut-offs, as 80% of students enrolled with the University are from CBSE Board and rest 20% are from other boards.
The Delhi University will release its first cut-off on 19th June 2018 and the admission under the first cut-off will take place between 19th June to 21st June.
The University will only release 5 cut-offs this year and conduct a centralised counselling for the remaining seats. The step is taken by the University to avoid pulling off the admission process till the August like it happens every year.
This year, in Delhi alone, 2,237 students have scored 95% and above marks and 12,707 have scored 90% and above, in CBSE Class 12th Board, 2018.
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