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DU NCWEB releases special cut-off for UG courses, application process opens today

Delhi University admissions 2020: For the special cut-off list, the admissions process will begin on December 4, and concluded by December 5. The candidates can pay fees for admission till December 9

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | December 4, 2020 11:23:26 am
DU application 1200DU admissions 2020: For the special cut-off list, the admissions process will begin on December 4. Representational image/ getyyimages.in

Delhi University admissions 2020: The Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), DU has further released the special cut-off for admission to undergraduate courses across colleges. For the special cut-off list, the admissions process will begin on December 4 and will be concluded by December 5. The candidates can pay fees for admission till December 9. The candidates can check the cut-off at du.ac.in.

The cut-off for BCom at Miranda House is 85, while it varied between 60 to 70 in most of the colleges. The cut-off was lowest at Aditi Mahavidyalaya at 58 for the general category. While, the cut-off for the BA programme ranges between 50 to 70, with the lowest at 57 at Aditi Mahavidyalaya for the general category.  Earlier, the admission process for the special cut-off was held between November 24 and 25.

The varsity has also released the sixth and seventh cut-off for admissions to undergraduate courses under Non-collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB). The admission process against the sixth cut-off will be held between December 12 to 14, while the seventh cut-off between December 19 to 21. The last date for payment of fees against the sixth cut-off is December 16, while the seventh cut-off is December 23.

Earlier, only five cut-off lists were scheduled to be released. There are a total of 70,000 seats at the undergraduate level across courses and colleges.

Read | Why Indian languages cut-off remain low?

Meanwhile, the varsity on Wednesday informed the High Court that the results of all postgraduate and undergraduate regular courses conducted through Open Book Examination (OBE) were declared.

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