The first cut-off list for undergraduate courses will be released on October 1

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The thresholds aim to fill over 70,000 undergraduate places in 65 DU colleges.

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The first selection list for Delhi University (DU) 2021 Undergraduate Admissions (UG) 2021 is expected to be released on October 1. The prestigious university will publish five thresholds, as well as a special list and campaign against vacant seats at the institution.

The thresholds aim to fill over 70,000 undergraduate places in 65 DU colleges. Students can view the detailed cut-list schedule on the DU admission portal – https://www.admission.uod.ac.in/.

The admission process will be done online only, as in 2020.

While the first cut-off list will be published on October 1, candidates can apply on list from 10:00 a.m. on October 4 until 11:59 p.m. on October 6. Colleges will need to complete the approval process by 5:00 p.m. on October 7, and the fee payment deadline is October 8.

The second selection list is expected to be released on October 8, with applicants having time from October 11 to 13 to complete the admissions process. The third cut-off list is slated for release on October 16, with students having until October 22 for fee payment.

A special cut is expected to be declared on October 25. The fourth cut-off list will be released on October 30, while the fifth list is expected to be released on November 8.

The admission process is expected to continue until November 16, including the last day of payment of fees against the DU’s special reader.

According to Hindustan times, the thresholds should be higher this time, as over 2.2 lakh of students scored over 90% or more in the Central Council of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 12 results this year. More than 70,000 students obtained 95% or more of marks on the exam.

DU colleges are expected to offer admission to all applicants who meet the selection criteria in accordance with its admissions policy. Apart from 15 courses, all admissions are made on the basis of merit and qualifying exam scores.


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