DU Admission Cut Off 2021: Most of the state boards of the country including the CBSE board have released the 12th result. The process of admission to Delhi University has also commenced from August 2. This will continue till August 31. After this, the university will release the first list after about 7 to 8 days. In this way, the first cut-off list will come by around 8 September. Let’s know how the cut-off will be this time, what is the expert’s estimate.
Chairman of DU Admission Committee, Prof. Rajeev Gupta has expressed the hope that the pass percentage of the boards this year will not have much effect on our DU Cut Off 2021. Let us tell you that last time also the cut-off was very high.
Former Deputy Dean and Admissions Specialist Dr. Amrita Bajaj said that this year also the cut-off will be the same as last time. The first and second cut-offs will be on the pattern of last year. Dr. Bajaj says that The cut-off may go up at some points. Let us tell you that the cut-off of the last year went up to 98.25.
Two days back, Mumbai University’s cut-off came which has been very high this year. Will it have any effect on DU’s cut-off 2021?
Dr. Amrita Bajaj says in response that DU University has its separate crowd. They like to come here, they don’t go anywhere. Anyway, more people come towards Delhi, so the pattern there won’t be affected here.
Dr. Bajaj said that although the I-crowd for admission also affects the cut-off, this year the way the 12th result has been different in different states.
Admission committee chairman Prof Gupta said that this time also we will try to complete the admission process through the 5 cutoff list. Later if some seats are left vacant then we will take out a special cut-off list that. Don’t get discouraged. If they don’t get admission in the five cut-offs, then they can get a chance in the special cut-off.
Moreover, according to the official data of DU, more than 3.18 lakh students have registered on the Delhi University portal for admission to several courses. Till now, 3,18,158 candidates have registered on the admission portal.
Approximately 1,47,435 have completed the payment out of the total number of students. The maximum number of applicants is 1,21,796 from CBSE Board, 4,817 from ICSC Board, 4,723 from Haryana Board, 2,984 from Uttar Pradesh Board. From Himachal Pradesh Board, there is the lowest number of candidates that is 335. Among the payers, the number of male applicants is 65,507 and the number of female applicants is 82,155.
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