Updated: October 31, 2021 2:29:01 pm
DU Admissions 2021: The University of Delhi (DU) on October 31 released the fourth cut-off list for admissions to UG courses. The cut-off can be checked on the individual college websites. A consolidated fourth cut-off list has been released by the university on the official website – du.ac.in.
Jesus and Mary College has released the fourth cut-off list and admissions have been closed in most courses. The college is taking admissions for BCom (H) at 97.5 per cent, BCom at 96.5 per cent, Hindi (H) at 63 per cent and BVoc Healthcare Management at 75 per cent.
At Kirorimal College admissions are still open for BCom (H), Economics (H)History (H) and English (H). Similarly, LSR has also released the cut-off list for only three courses. SRCC has closed the admission process for both BCom (H) and Economics (H) for the unreserved category.
Hindu College has closed admissions on all courses but one while Hansraj College is seeking 98.75 per cent for Ecnomics (H), 98 per cent for History (H) and 98.50 per cent for BCom (H). The admissions to all other courses are closed at the college.
How to check DU fourth cut-off 2021
Step 1: Visit the official website of respective colleges or du.ac.in.
Step 2: Go to the ‘Latest News’ of ‘Admission 2021’ section available on the homepage.
Step 3: Click on the link ‘DU fourth cut off 2021’
Step 4: Download the PDF file available to check the special cut-off list.
DU, on October 25, had released a special cut-off under which some courses in top-ranked colleges that were closed were reopened. Students could secure a seat under the special cut-off between October 25 to October 28.
Over 60,000 students had secured admissions in various undergraduate courses of the Delhi University under the three cut-off lists, according to official data. The Delhi University has received nearly 1.70 lakh applications till now.
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