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DU admissions 2021: Second cut-off released, admissions to top courses closed in many colleges

If students took admission to a college in the first cut-off list and qualify for a more preferred college in the second list, they will have to withdraw their admission from the first college and apply to the second. 

By: Education Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: October 9, 2021 7:35:11 pm
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DU admissions 2021: The University of Delhi (DU) today released the second cut-off list for undergraduate (UG) admissions . All the colleges released their individual cut-off list for various courses and a consolidated list has been released by the university. 

Jesus and Mary College has released the second cut-off list and admissions have already been closed for most courses. The college has only released the cut-off list for BA (H) Hindi at 68 per cent and two other vocational management courses.

If students took admission to a college in the first cut-off list and qualify for a more preferred college in the second list, they will have to withdraw their admission from the first college and apply to the second. 

The last cut-off date listed by the University so far is the fifth cut-off list, to be released on November 8 if vacant seats are still available.

In the first cut off list released by the varsity on October 1, seven colleges asked for 100 per cent marks to admit students to 10 programmes. Last year, only one college, Lady Shri Ram (LSR), had released 100 per cent cutoffs for three courses.

Whereas, as many as 94 programmes across all colleges have their cutoff pegged at 99 per cent or higher this year. The inflated board results have led to DU receiving over 9,200 applications from 100 percenters from different school boards this year. Hence, it is expected that the admissions to many top courses may be closed after the first list itself.

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