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Delhi University to start special cutoff admissions from Tuesday | Delhi News


NEW DELHI: The admissions for Delhi University in the special cutoff category will begin from Tuesday. The university postponed the admission dates from November 18 after several Covid-19 cases were reported from the DU administration office.
In a notice, the varisty said that applicants can apply for the special cutoff from 9am of Tuesday till 1 pm on Wednesday. Colleges are required to approve the applicants selected for the special cutoff by Thursday 5 pm. The last day of payment for admission through the special cutoff would be by midnight Friday.
For the sixth cutoff, the admission process will begin on November 30, and will go on till December 2, and the applicants must pay the fee by December 4.
DU added that in case there is a 7th cutoff list, the admission would begin from December 7 and will go on till December 9 with the applicant getting time till December 11 to pay the fee for admissions.
“Only those applicants will be considered who could not and did not take admission in the initial five cutoffs for whatever reasons. Applicants who had cancelled their admission in the fifth cut off will not be eligible to participate in the special cutoff and those who are already admitted in any course or college in the university will not be eligible. Applicants can apply to a single course and college and they must ensure that they have carefully checked the number of seats vacant in the course and the college they are applying for,” the notice clarified.
The cutoff for courses under each category for a college will be available on their websites on Monday.
In case the number of applicants applied for a particular course in the college is more than the number of seats available, colleges will make a merit list as per the best of four or best of three required for the course and approve those names as per the merit and as per the number of seats available. “In case of a tie, the applicant with the higher percentage in the qualifying exam will be considered or if an applicant has an earlier date of birth as mentioned in the class X certificate, then they will be considered,” the university said. Till November 10, DU had announced that 67,781 seats were filled in the university.



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