Delhi University Will Release Its Special Cutoff List For Undergraduate Courses, At 1 PM Today
Delhi University 2021 admissions will release their first special merit list for students to take admissions in Undergraduate courses. The remaining students can apply for the vacant seats in Delhi University colleges.
Good news for students who want to take admissions to Delhi University in Undergraduate courses. The DU will release a special cut-off list for remaining seats for students who haven’t secured Undergraduate seats in a previous cutoff list which was released by the University of Delhi and their colleges. The DU colleges will release a merit list for vacant seats in UG courses. As of now, the University has notified five-cut off lists and one special list for aspiring students. However, for some seats in different DU colleges, a special list will release today at 1 pm on Wednesday. Students can physically visit the DU campus or they can go through to the official web portal of Delhi University to check the special cutoff list.
Now, the academic session for Delhi University undergraduate courses has begun, many colleges have even done with the orientation programs and other such events. The event in some colleges has been done through online mode, where they have shown the whole college campus through the faculty or management. In the orientation program, the student will get to know about the department, college location, rules, or anti-ragging drive, and so on.
Till the fifth cutoff, around 74,667 students have secured admission to Delhi University’s respective colleges. Today, some colleges will release the special cutoff list and approve candidates on that basis. If seats still will remain vacant in DU colleges, then the colleges will out the second special list on November 25 and 26. Colleges will release the merit list on their own official website and candidates will get some sort of time to submit their course fee and payments of their selected UG course from November 27 to 5 pm on November 30 to make their payments submitted.
Rajesh Dwivedi, the admission convener at Aryabhatta College, said the decline in the minimum required marks will be in the range of four to five per cent.
“There is no fear in reducing the cut-offs since there is no danger of over-admissions. If there are four vacant seats, we can admit four students and in case there are more applicants, we will take out a merit list. The final decision will be taken on Wednesday on the decline,” he added.
Hem Chand Jain, principal of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, said that they are likely to reduce the asking marks by one per cent.
He said that there are 11 vacant seats for the general category in different courses, 22 for OBC and 10 for ST. In the last special drive, there were 21 admissions at the college, he said.
Just in case the number of candidates is applying for a particular programme in a college is more than the number of seats available in that college. Then the college will make a merit list as per the best four/three required for the particular course/ programme. The DU college will only approve the candidate admission on the basis of cutoff and the availability of seats in the specialized programme. The list of special cut-off, guidelines, will be uploaded on the official website of the respective colleges and their courses.