The Delhi University (DU) is expected to be release its first cut-off list by October 1, 2021 for undergraduate courses. The admissions are conducted in Delhi University by releasing cut-off list for various merit-based courses. Speaking to PTI an official said the CBSE improvement, compartment and optional examination results will be out before October 1, while the JEE and NEET exams will also be over by then.
Pinki Sharma, who the dean of admissions, is planning to start admissions process from October 4.
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“We are planning to start by October 1. With October 2 and 3 being holidays, we will start the admission process by October 4,” said Professor Pinki Sharma, Dean, Admissions.
Vice-chancellor PC Joshi said, “As per the information sent to me by the admission office, the first cutoff should be declared on October 1.”
According to Delhi University, students who have passed class 12th from the CBSE board have applied the most – 1,21,796, around 80%. At number two are students from the ISCE board, with 4,817 such students having applied.
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After this, 2,984 students from Haryana, 2,178 students from Kerala, 1,696 students from Bihar, 1,011 students from Madhya Pradesh have applied. The least applications have come from Himachal Pradesh – only 335 students have applied this year.
Delhi University will conduct an entrance exam for 13 courses, for which it has received 12,801 applications. The admission process for entrance based exam is expected to be completed before the admission for the merit-based courses begin.
Earlier, it was decided to release the first cut-off list between September 8 to 10. So far, DU has received more than 2.7 lakh UG application and around 1.40 lakh PG application. The last date for the registration process for UG admissions is August 31.