For DU admission 2020, Delhi University has released five cut-off lists. Now, the varsity is going to disclose two more cut-off lists for the students. However, around 67000 seats are filled till the second day of the fifth cut-off list.
There are a total number of 70,000 seats for under-graduation students at Delhi University. Now, the varsity would release a special cut-off list for the students to fill the remaining seats.
DU ADMISSION IN SPECIAL CUT-OFF LIST
Delhi University will begin the admission process of a special cut-off list on November 24. It will continue till 1 PM on 25th November. Students can apply to the respective colleges within the deadline. The colleges shall approve the admission of students in the special cut-off list by 26th November.
ADMISSION PROCESS OF SIXTH AND SEVENTH CUT-OFF
For the sixth cut-off list, the admission process will begin on November 30 and continue till 3rd December, 5 PM. Students can pay the fees till 4th December, 11:59 PM.
Delhi University will release the seventh cut-off list if and only if seats would be left. DU admission process for the seventh cut-off list will begin on 7th December and end on 9th December.
WHO CANNOT TAKE DU ADMISSION IN THE SPECIAL CUT-OFF LIST?
Only those students can take admission in the special cut-off list who have not taken DU admission till the fifth cut-off.
In the special cut-off list, those students who have already canceled his or her admission during the fifth cut-off list are not eligible to participate in the special cut-off. Moreover, students who are already admitted under NCWEB are not eligible to participate in the special cut-off.
DU ADMISSION PROCESS IS ONLINE THIS YEAR
Due to COVID-19, this year the entire admission process of DU admission is online. Students have to apply on the official website of Delhi University to apply in the remaining cut-off lists. The varsity told students and parents to not form a long queue outside the respective colleges. They can see the cut-off lists of DU colleges by just sitting at their home at their child’s log-in.