DU UG admissions 2021: Schedule for cut-offs release out at

DU UG admissions 2021-22: Ahead of the primary cut-off for over 70,000 undergraduate (UG) seats set to be introduced on Friday, Delhi University Monday introduced the schedule for the next cut-offs which can proceed until November. Students can entry the detailed cutoff schedule on the college’s admissions portal

According to a notification on the DU admissions portal, college students eligible for admissions to over 65 DU faculties can take admission from October 4-6. While faculties have to finish approvals by 5 pm on October 7, the final date for fee is October 8, 5 pm. Like final year, the admission course of shall be fully on-line.

Cut-offs are anticipated to go greater this time as round 220,000 college students scored 90% and above marks in CBSE class 12 outcomes this year and 70,000 of them scoring round 95% or extra. A senior DU official instructed HT that of the two.5 lakh paid candidates, round 9,600 had scored between 99% and 100% this year.

The second cut-off shall be launched on October 9 and college students can take admission throughout October 11-13. The final date of fee of charges by candidates is October 15. The third is about to be declared on October 16 and admissions underneath these shall be carried out between October 18 and 21. Following this, a particular cutoff shall be introduced if seats can be found on October 25 and admissions underneath these cutoffs shall be carried out throughout October 26-27 with the ultimate fee to be accomplished by October 29.

“The special cutoff will be for those eligible students who were unable to take admissions during the first and second cutoffs and these will be subject to availability of seats,” stated a member of the admissions workforce.

The fourth cutoff shall be introduced on October 30 and admissions underneath these shall be carried out on November 1-2 whereas the fifth cutoff shall be declared on November 8 and admissions underneath these shall be carried out between November 9 and 10. The college will conduct one other particular drive on November 13 if seats aren’t stuffed.

Since DU doesn’t comply with a first-come-first-serve foundation for UG admissions, faculties are supposed to supply admission to all candidates who meet the introduced cutoff standards. In DU, admissions to all undergraduate programs – barring 15– are carried out on the premise of benefit and scores within the earlier qualifying examination. Admission to postgraduate, MPhil-PhD programs, and the 15 undergraduate programs that embrace journalism, finance, and music, are held by DUET carried out by the National Testing Agency. This year, the exams shall be carried out between September 26 and October 1.

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