On Sunday, the University of Delhi postponed spot admission for undergraduate entrance-based courses because many officials and university departments being affected by COVID-19.
Moreover, till further notice, they have also postponed the announcement of a special cut-off for UG courses for seats that are still left out after admissions under 5 cut-off lists.
University registrar Vikas Gupta said many officials and university departments have been impacted by a coronavirus. Moreover, the spot admission to undergraduate entrance-based courses and for UG Merit Based Courses special cut-off has been postponed till further notice.
However, He added that on November 18, the Delhi University shall display category-wise and course-wise vacant seats in each college.
In various undergraduate courses, more than 67,000 seats have been filled at Delhi University so far. Approximately 67,781 candidates have taken admissions till now under five cut-off lists.
A senior university official said that 24,261 admissions, out of these, have been done under the5 cut-off list published last Saturday. This year, there are approximately 70,000 seats in different UG courses at DU.
Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the admission process, this year is completely being conducted online.