DU 2nd Special Cut Off List 2020: The University of Delhi (DU) has today released the second special cut-off for admissions to undergraduate (UG) colleges and the seventh cut-off for admissions to colleges under the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB).
For the second special cut-off, the admission process in most of the colleges under general category has been closed, while the cut-off in most of the courses under reserved categories hovered around 70 to 90. The admissions under the second special cut-off will be held from December 21 to 22. The candidates can make their payment till December 26. According to DU, “The applicants who are already admitted in any course/ college will not be eligible to participate in the second special cut-off.”
The candidates applying under EWS, OBC-NCL categories shall be considered based on the certificates issued after March 31 only. “Candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC-NCL/ EWS/ PwBD/ KM/ Minority must be in possession of the stipulated caste or category documents. Under no circumstances, extension/ additional time/ provision to fill undertaking/ affidavit will be provided to furnish any such documents,” the varsity notification mentioned.
Meanwhile, for admissions under the seventh cut-off in NCWEB colleges, the cut-off for BCom hovered around 70 in most of the colleges under general category. The highest cut-off is at Maitreyi college at 73, while the lowest cut-off is at Aditi Mahavidyalaya at 53. The cut-off for the BA programme at most of the colleges ranges between 50 to 70.
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The admission process for the seventh cut-off will be continued till December 21, while the candidates can make payment till December 23. There are a total of 70,000 seats at the undergraduate level across courses and colleges.
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