DU releases 2nd cut for undergraduate courses


After nearly 36,130 students completed their admission process under the First Selection List, the University of Delhi Second Selection List for its undergraduate courses was released today. The admission procedure for students selected under the second cut-off list will begin on October 11 and must be completed by October 13. Successful applicants can pay the fees at the respective colleges until October 15th.

Over 2.87 Lakh students applied for Delhi University undergraduate courses, up from 3.53 Lakh applications last year, with the maximum number of aspirants being from CBSE. Students can check the second DU cut-off list on the official website, du.ac.in and admission.uod.ac.in or on the respective college website.

According to the guidelines, the candidate is only allowed to choose one program in a college during a particular threshold, and the selection of multiple programs and colleges within a particular threshold is not allowed.

“No change in the chosen college program will be authorized during a particular cutoff period. The selection of the college program can only be done through the candidate’s own dashboard. No physical visit is required to colleges / universities during the admissions process, ”the guidelines state.

Upon receipt of the application, the colleges check it as well as the documents downloaded to approve or reject the application. The colleges check the eligibility of documents uploaded by the candidate and the compliance with the required threshold.

Verification of documents is carried out at different stages by the colleges – the program or responsible teacher of the respective colleges will verify the minimum qualifications and threshold requirement. Then the admissions officer rechecks and approves or rejects the application and finally the principal approves or rejects the application.

“In case of lack of necessary documents, the candidate will be contacted on his email / phone address registered by the respective college so that this can be provided directly to the college. All colleges will designate an email address to receive documents / clarifications from applicants. In the event that the applicant does not respond, or if the documents remain insufficient until the specified date / time, the application will be rejected, citing the reason, ”as directed.

The university assured that no candidacy would remain undecided and that it would either be approved or rejected (citing the reason) by the college director. “In the event that an applicant is not satisfied with the reason for rejection (as indicated by the college), a grievance can be registered with the college grievance committee by email available on the college website. respective “, indicate the guidelines.

Once the candidate has accepted admission after paying the fee, they will be required to sign an online declaration stating that the information provided by them is correct. The uploaded documents will be physically verified by the colleges within the allotted timeframe as the university notifies it.

If at any stage it turns out that the information provided by the candidate is “false / incorrect / fabricated / ingenuous and / or not supported by the documents presented”, admission will be immediately canceled without reimbursement of costs. “Although within a specific threshold, an applicant is not allowed to change their program and college once they have applied, if in subsequent threshold lists they can apply to ensure eligibility. and its program and college threshold.

Candidates who had applied within a limit but their application was “rejected” in this limit list will be considered as new candidates.


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