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DU Special Cut-Off Admission dates released; Check here

According to the DU schedule, the university might also release a seventh cut-off list and admission against it is scheduled to be conducted between December 7 and December 9.

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DU Special Cut-Off Admission dates released; Check here

New Delhi: Delhi University (DU) has published the schedule for admission against the DU special cut-off, DU sixth cut-off and admission against DU seventh cut-off list.

According to the DU UG merit-based admission schedule released today, November 21, aspirants who wish to take admission to DU, can register online against the DU special cut-off list between 9 AM of November 24 and 1 PM of November 25. The university will also release a 6th cut-off list and students can take admission against the DU sixth cut-off list from November 30 to December 2.

According to the DU schedule, the university might also release a seventh cut-off list and admission against it is scheduled to be conducted between December 7 and December 9.

The university has also published a set of guidelines for the students who would not be eligible for admission against the DU special cut-off lists.

According to the norms, only those applicants would be considered for admission to the university and its affiliated colleges who did not take admission in the initial five DU cut-offs.

Aspirants who have cancelled their admission in the DU 5th cut-off and students already admitted to any DU affiliated college or course will also not be eligible to participate in the admission of DU special cut-off.

At the same time, the new academic session for the freshers started on Wednesday, November 18, after a delay of over four months.

More than 68,000 of the 70,000 undergraduate seats have been filled so far under the previous five cut-off lists. The varsity this year has been following a contactless admission process because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the social distancing norms related to it.

 

 

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