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The race for applications for admission to undergraduate courses in Delhi University is on. Many applicants have applied on the admission portal. But many applicants are confused about their marks. It is being advised time and again by the administration that they can calculate the marks from the online calculator. This will give them an idea of their cut off and it will be easy for them to take admission at the time of commencement of the admission process.

The facility of an online calculator has been given to the students at the time of application on the DU admission portal. DU started this facility in 2019-20. In this online calculator, students can enter their best-3 or best-4 marks and get their overall percentage.

Dean Student Welfare Prof Rajeev Gupta said that in this calculator, students can enter their marks and see what their percentage is. With this, they will get an idea even after coming to the cut-off whether they are eligible for admission according to the cut-off of any college or not. Students do not have to calculate on their own.

With the online calculator, the student will know how much percentage is being created for which subject. With this facility, there will be uniformity in the calculation of marks. After reaching the cut-off, students try to take admission by calculating the marks themselves but at the time of admission, it is found that they are not coming in the cut-off. It is noteworthy that in the science courses from the best three, he gets admission in other courses from the best-4.

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Admission to Delhi University colleges after the cut-off will not be done based on a first come first serve basis. Only those students who have filled the online registration form and meet the eligibility criteria and are cut off in a particular college will be eligible for admission. If the application process is not updated on the portal after paying the registration fee, the student should wait for 24 hours. Students do not have to send the print of the form after applying.

This information was given in the online webinar being organized to give information regarding undergraduate courses in DU. In the webinar, Admission Dean Prof. Prakashi Sharma, Deputy Dean Dr. Hanit Gandhi, Principal of Kirori Mal College, Prof. Vibha Singh Chauhan answered the questions of the students related to admission.

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The students were told that after applying online, the print of the form should not be sent anywhere. After applying online, the form will be submitted as soon as the application fee is paid. After that, the students have to wait for the cut-off. So that he can take admission to college.

If you are appearing in the 12th Improvement Examination, the roll number of the same year has to be entered in the application form. Along with this, students were told that the BBA course is available in DU, and admission to this course is done based on the DU entrance exam which will be conducted by National Testing Agency.

Students have been advised to keep checking the portal daily as all the admission-related information will be notified on this portal. There is no hostel for girls in Kirori Mal College yet. The process of starting hostels for girls is in progress. The design of the hostel has been given for passing in MCD.

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