The University of Delhi has released its second merit list on Wednesday through the special cut-off drive to fill up the vacant seats. The minimum required percentage steep down in the range of two per cent marks to nine per cent in some DU colleges.
NEW DELHI: The University of Delhi has announced its second cut-off drive list on Wednesday, 24th November 2021. The aspiring students can apply for admission through this special drive on 25th and 26th November of the 2021-22 academic session.
This is a second chance for aspirants who desired to study at Delhi University. The merit list is deep down to, 2 – 9 %, as compared to the fifth cut-off.
Colleges will release the second special cut-off on their official website. Candidates will have to enroll themselves and fill the entire admission procedure on these two dates. Students can get some time to submit the admission fees of their particular selected course from November 27 to 5 pm till November 30 to make their payments.
The Indraprastha College For Women (IP) has released cut-offs for such courses, Economics (Honors), English (Honors), History (Honors), Geography (Honors), and Sanskrit (Honors) for which the admission process is still open in these UG (Honors) courses.
Gargi College has still some seats left in the Unreserved Category (General Category) for BA Political Science (Honors) 95.50 percent, BCom (Honors) 95 percent, BA (Honors) Sanskrit 63 percent.
At Hindu and Hansraj college the admission process is ended, among all the Arts and Commerce undergraduate courses.
At Arya Bhatta College, the minimum required marks for BA Psychology have come down to 96 percent. The minimum required percentage marks for admissions to BSc Honors (Mathematics) are 87 per cent, which is deep down to 6 percent as compared to the previous list. The cut-off for Bcom has come down to extent of 88 per cent from 94 per cent.
Those students who haven’t enrolled themselves in any Undergraduate programme. They can seek admission to Delhi University’s regular colleges. By the preceding percentage in the special cut-offs as compared to the previous merit-list. This is a golden chance for aspiring students to register and follow the admission process in their respective courses for remaining DU colleges.
Candidates who are already enrolled (admitted) to any programme of the University of Delhi will not be eligible to take admission in the remaining colleges through the special drive. Henceforth, the admission gets canceled for candidates and will get suspended during the special drive, University of Delhi.
Meanwhile, the University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has also released its special cut-off on Wednesday. The NCWEB is a non-formal system of obtaining a degree from the University of Delhi with lectures or classes are being delivered only on weekends. Only women candidates who are residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi (Delhi-NCR) can only enroll themselves as a student as per the board.