Updated: October 2, 2021 7:12:44 pm
DU admissions 2021: The University of Delhi (DU) today release the first cut-off for undergraduate (UG) admissions on October 1, 2021. All the colleges also released their individual cut-off lists. The consolidated list has been released on the official website of the university at du.ac.in.
As per the schedule earlier shared by the DU, the admission process would begin online from 10 am on October 4, 2021. Students would get time till October 6, 2021, to apply for their admissions and complete the formality (fee payment, document upload) till October 8. The second cut-off would be released on October 9.
Political Science cut off soars to 100 per cent
The cut off for BA (H) Political Science soared to a 100 per cent in top DU colleges including Ramjas and Miranda Hourse. Meanwhile the cut off of Economics (H) and BCom (H) at SRCC is also at 100 per cent this year.
Aryabhatta College’s first cut-off for 13 UG courses has been released with the highest cut-off being set at 98.5 per cent BA (H) Psychology. The cut-off remains the same as last year’s for BA (H) Economics — 98 per cent. The cut-off for BA (H) English has increased by 1 per cent and is declared at 96 per cent.
This year, the whole DU admission process will be done online due to the coronavirus pandemic. Once the cut-offs are out, students will have to move to the next steps. They will have to apply for their desired course and college on the admissions portal.
A total of 5 cut off lists would be released by the varsity on the official website du.ac.in. Special cut-off lists would also be released on October 25, after the first three cut off lists. Besides, the fourth and fifth cut-offs will be released only if there are vacant seats. The entire admission process is likely to complete by November 16, 2021.
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