DU Cut-Off List 2021 Out on October 1: Know the Complete Details Here
For the students waiting for the DU list to take admission in Undergraduate courses, the wait is over as the Delhi University (DU) has announced its first cut-off list to be released on October 1.
The University has shared the cut-off 2021 schedule on its official website du.ac.in.
Key Information about five cut-off 2021 lists by DU:
|List||Release Date||Admission Process Date||Release Time|
|DU first cut-off list||October 1||The admission process will start from October 4 to October 6.||10 am|
|DU second cut-off list||October 9||The admission will start from October 11 till October 13.||10 am The list will be approved by 5 pm on October 14 and the last day of fee payment will be October 15 by 5 pm.|
|DU third cut-off list||October 16||The admission process will begin on October 18. The applicants can fill the online admission form by October 21.||10 amtill October 21 at 11.59 pm. Admissions would be approved by colleges by 5 pm on October 22.The last day of payment will be done by 5 pm on October 23.|
|DU fourth cut-off list||October 30||Admissions will begin on November 1 till November 5.||10 am Admission approvals will be completed by 5 pm on November 5. The last date of payment will be November 6 till 5 pm|
|DU fifth cut-off list||November 8||The candidates can start filling the admission forms from November 8 till November 10.||10 am All the colleges are expected to complete admission approvals by November 11.The last date of payment will be November 12.|
Special Cut-off Lists
Along with five cut-off lists, it is expected that DU will release Special cut-off lists this year. The First Special cut-off list is expected to be released on October 25 after 3 cut-off lists. Special cut-off lists will be out on the basis of vacant seats available. The admission process is expected to be entirely completed by November 16.
As compared to last year, it is expected that this year’s cut-offs would be higher because this year over 70,000 students have secured more than 95 percent marks in their 12 board exams in CBSE. As per the PTI report, a college principal has said that he is analysing the data and the cut-offs are going to be higher than last year.
Admission Process – Online
Due to COVID-19, the admission process will be conducted online. The admission will be open for nearly 70,000 seats under various undergraduate courses for students to apply. Students can select colleges as per the preferred course online and also submit payment of fees through online mode. The students must have all the required documents like marksheets, certificates, scanned signatures, passport size photographs etc. to take admission in any courses. The documents verification will be done at the time of resumption of classes at the university.
The candidates can apply for admissions on Delhi University’s official website – du.ac.in. For all further updates, it is advisable that candidates should keep an eye on information shared on the official website of Delhi University.