Delhi University UG cut-offs: Delhi University may release the cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses on October 1. At the same time, on October 4, the admission process for about 70,000 UG seats in about 65 colleges is likely to start. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will extend the admission schedule by a month to accommodate the students appearing in the reform examination.
Earlier, the university was supposed to declare the first cut-off list by September 8-9. Dean of Admission Pinky Sharma said that we are yet to confirm the dates. But there is a possibility that the cut off list will come in the first week of October. There are several reasons behind the decision, which include CBSE reform exams, multiple entrance exams and the DU Entrance Test (DUET), which will conclude on October 1.
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He said that students often shift to other courses after the results of entrance examinations are out, so we planned to start admissions after October 4. As per the data shared by senior university officials, DU has received 318,158 registrations so far, out of which 147,435 students have also completed their payment process.
Of these, 82,155 are female and 65,507 are male candidates. More than 20,000 applications have come from Delhi-NCR region. More than 121,000 candidates who applied are from CBSE affiliated schools. The university has received 137,084 registrations for its postgraduate courses. Admissions Chairman Rajiv Gupta said there is no plan to extend the registration deadline, which ends on August 31.
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