Delhi University has begun the admission session. Delhi University has already released the first cut-off list and is on the way to release DU second cut-off list tomorrow. So, DU colleges will release the individual cut-off list on the official website. Moreover, Delhi University will release the consolidated DU second cut-off list on its official website admissions.uod.ac.in.
For DU second cut-off list, students can apply on the admission portal from 11th to 13th October, 2021. In the first cut-off list, Delhi University has already received more than 60000 applications. Around 14000 applications are approved on the last day and more than 27000 students have paid the fee in total.
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- 1 DELHI UNIVERSITY SECOND CUT-OFF LIST 2021 ON OCTOBER 9
- 2 DU CUTOFFS 2021 | COLLEGE WISE APPLICATION STATS UNDER 1ST CUTOFF LIST
DU SECOND CUT-OFF LIST CLOSED FOR SOME COURSES
Hindu College is one of the prominent colleges of Delhi University. The concerned authority of the college released a 100 percent cut-off list of some courses. Now, Hindu College will not grant admission to some of the courses like Political Science, History, Hindi, and other science programmes.
The Principal of Hindu College said that it will close the admissions for some courses for the unreserved category. Professor Srivastava said that the college has seats left for B. Com Honors and BA Economics Honors respectively.
SEATS IN A FEW COURSES ARE LEFT IN MIRANDA HOUSE
On the other hand, The Education Ministry has ranked Miranda House as the best college in India by The college would not offer seats for Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Political Science courses. The college has approved 1600 admission. However, the Principal of Miranda House Dr Bijaylakshmi Nanda said that it will confirm the number after students pay the admission fee. Seats are remaining for courses like Sociology, Economics, History, and many more.
STUDENTS ADMITTED IN 100 PERCENT CUT-OFF LIST
So, almost every college of Delhi University has released a higher cut-off list than that of last year. Some colleges have even released a 100 percent cut-off list for some courses. Students with 100 percent marks have confirmed their admission to Delhi University.
DU SECOND CUT-OFF LIST TO RELEASE TOMORROW
However, students with 90 percent below might get admission in courses like Hindi, Sanskrit, and others. Now, wait for the second cut-off list till tomorrow and check who is eligible to apply in it.