With the Centre reserving seats for EWS students for the first time in Delhi University, The Indian Express speaks to seven college-goers who took admission under this category about navigating the campus and a new city.
DU 6th Cut Off List 2019: The admission process will take place from August 1 to August 3, 2019. If seats are left vacant after this cut-off then a seventh cut-off list will also be released on August 6
The seats available include SC, ST, EWS and minority (Sikh and Christian) category only, the unreserved seats have already been filled. For the unreserved category students, there are only two ways left for securing admissions at DU - NCWEB and entrance-based admissions.
DU admissions 2019: The NCWEB third cut-off for top colleges such as Mirana House stand at 83%. Check the entire course and college-wise list. Seat available in most sought after courses including BA Political Science, BCom, English among others.
DU admissions 2019: The officials told indianexpress.com that there are chances that the cut-off could only be for the reserved category students as there are more seats available. Apart from caste-based reservation such as SC, ST and EWS reservation, the varsity offers religious minority reservations in many colleges
Over 1.54 lakh candidates applied for admission to postgraduate courses at the University of Delhi. This is the first list, a total of three lists are scheduled to be released. The second list is scheduled to be declared on July 28.