In many courses at Delhi University, the admission process has been closed. At the same time, DU has released the fourth cut off list. This time the cut-off has been reduced by one to two percent. At DU, 64 percent of seats of different undergraduate courses have already been filled.
Giving official information, DU said, “Admission under fourth cut-off list will start from November 2. Out of 70,000 seats in the university, 45,542 seats have been filled so far. Out of these 70 thousand, more than 55,000 seats were enrolled, but after the cancellation and withdrawal of admission, this number is now 45,542. ”
Due to Corona, the entire admission process will be online
In the fourth cut-off list, admission in many courses has been closed for different categories. This year, due to Corona, the admission process in DU is going completely online. At the same time, the revised post-graduation entrance and merit-based admissions for the academic year (academic year) 2020-21 in Delhi University will be completed by December this year. After the admission process is completed in December, new session classes will start.
First merit list for PG course in Delhi University after Diwali
The first merit list for postgraduate courses (PG courses) in DU will be released after Diwali. Students wishing to take admission from 18 November to 20 November can apply for admission in their preferred courses on the basis of the first merit list.
DU Administration said, “The first merit list for PG courses based on the entrance will be released after Diwali and students can take admission by November 23 by paying admission fees. After the admission process is complete, DU can start classes for postgraduate students from December this year.”
Concern among students outside Delhi about hostels
Students from outside Delhi who are seeking admission in the current academic year 2020-21 of Delhi University are also worried about hostels. Such students are constantly asking Delhi University whether they will be able to get hostel facilities after admission. Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the University of Delhi has not yet decided on a clear policy regarding hostels.
Demand made for setting Delhi University hostel policy
It has not yet been decided whether the colleges will open after taking admission in DU. If colleges open after the first-year admission, then the process of taking hostels will also take a lot of time. Professor Hansraj of DU said that the Delhi Teachers Association (DTA) has expressed concern over DU not clarifying hostel policy. The Teachers Association has demanded from the university administration that it should issue circulars to colleges soon in this matter.