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The first cut-off list for DU is expected to be released on October

According to sources, the DU will release its first cut-off list for under-graduate college programmes on October 1 and a special cut-off list after the third list is released

According to sources, the DU will release its first cut-off list for under-graduate college programmes on October 1 and a special cut-off list after the third list is released. According to them, the list’s schedule was finalised in a meeting of admission committee members and college principals on Wednesday.

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, about 70,000 spaces in various courses are available, and the admission process is conducted entirely online. The date for the first cut-off list has been set for October 1, with the second cut-off list expected to be revealed on October 8 or 9, according to sources. According to them, the varsity is likely to release the special cut-off list after the third cut-off list is released.

Students who met the eligibility criterion but were unable to apply for the earlier lists are given special cut-offs. “Special cut-offs were given after each list while admissions were held offline, but this is not practical in the case of online admissions. In addition, students have until 11.59 p.m. to apply for admission using the online process. The process takes three days, after which the institution authorises your application and the payment process is completed “according to a source.

In the next days, the institution is expected to formally announce the cut-off schedule. According to the sources, if the first-cut off is issued on October 1, the admission procedure will begin on October 4 because October 2 (Gandhi Jayanti) and October 3 (Sunday) are holidays. They explained that October 1 was chosen to give students who had taken improvement and compartment tests the opportunity to apply if they met the eligibility requirements.

The majority of principals believe that the DU cut-offs 2021 will be higher this year, because many students achieved above 95% in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board exams 2021 this year. More than 2.87 lakh people applied for undergraduate (UG) programmes at Delhi University this year. Candidates from CBSE-affiliated schools have submitted over 2.29 lakh applications, followed by Haryana Board of School Education (9,918), CISCE (9,659), and UP Board of High School and Intermediate Education (9,659). (8,007). Last year, the university received over 3.53 lakh applications, with CBSE students accounting for the majority of those who applied.

When establishing the cut-offs, Anju Srivastava, principal of Hindu College, said they will use scores from the state boards, CBSE, and ISC boards. She also stated that there are only a certain amount of seats available for entry. This time, a large number of pupils scored higher than 95%. We must admit the student if he or she meets the cut-off eligibility conditions. Previously, the university used the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CU-CET) as a cutoff point. Candidates seeking admission to Delhi University in 2022 will have to pass the CU-CET. DUET and merit-based admissions are now the two entrance options.

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