Under the first cut-off list, Delhi University is starting the process of admission to undergraduate courses from Monday 4 October 2021 i.e. today. Like last time, this year also the entire process is online, that means there is no need for students to come to the campus to complete the admission formalities. The university had declared the first cut-off list on October 1. Now the admission process is starting from today and will continue till 6th October.
Cut off is high and seats are limited
University’s Admission Committee Chairman Professor Rajeev Gupta has advised students not to apply within the first hour of the start of the admission process and within a few hours of the last, as this is the time when there is a lot of traffic on the portal. He also said that, “We are giving sufficient time to the students to apply and pay the fees. So they should be careful and should not rush. Students should review the situation before canceling the admission. Seats are limited and cut-off is very high so if they have got admission in any college, they should not cancel it.”
The cut-off for 10 courses in eight colleges is 100%
It is worth noting that the cut-off for 10 courses in eight colleges for admission to about 70,000 seats is 100%. DU has also issued some guidelines for the admission process. According to which, a candidate is allowed to select only one program in a college during a particular cut-off, and is not allowed to select multiple programs and colleges at a particular cut-off.
University has issued guidelines for admission
- Before applying, candidates must check their Marks and Eligibility Criteria carefully. They can refer to the information bulletin for eligibility criteria.
- While applying for the cut-off, the candidate should ensure that his/her Best 4 marks or Best 3 marks should be within the declared cut-off. For example, if a course in a college has 98 percentile in the first cut-off list and 97 percent in the second list, then in order to apply for the program in the second cut-off, the candidate’s best 4 is 97 percentile in the second list. Should be more than equal to but less than 98 percent.
- If a candidate is eligible for admission in the first or second round but could not apply due to any reason, he/she will get one more chance to apply in the special cut-off admission round.
- A candidate is allowed to choose only one program and college during a particular admission round. Selecting multiple programs and colleges in one particular cut-off is not allowed. Also, they are not allowed to change the program and college combination during the cut-off admission round.
- To apply for DU admission, candidates need to login to their dashboard to select the courses and colleges in which they wish to claim admission.
- After receiving the application, the colleges will verify the application and uploaded documents to approve or reject the candidature.
- In case a candidate has not submitted the required documents, he/she will be contacted by the concerned college on his/her registered email id or phone.
- Candidates whose applications are ‘approved by the principal’ will have to pay the admission fee within the stipulated time.
- After taking admission, students have to sign an online declaration form which states, “All the information provided by me is correct. If any information provided by me is found to be false and/or not supported by the documents submitted by me, I understand that admission will be canceled forthwith and no fee will be refunded. I will abide by all the rules and regulations laid down by the university and college.
- The uploaded documents will be physically verified by the colleges. If at any stage it is found that any candidate has submitted false, fabricated or incorrect documents, the admission will be canceled forthwith without any prior notice. No fee will be refunded in such cases.
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