Updated: July 29, 2019 1:20:41 pm
DU admissions 2019: The University of Delhi (DU) will hold a special admission drive for remaining seats in the undergraduate courses at the varsity. Under this special drive, candidates will be given a chance to change their application and update it to get a reservation, if applicable. The full-fledged sixth cut-off for admission to Delhi University will be released thereafter on Thursday – August 1. The special drive will begin from Monday, July 29 and conclude on Tuesday, July 30.
The reservations available at DU include SC, ST, EWS and minority (Sikh and Christian) category. Further, female candidates will be automatically be considered for admission under the non-collegiate women’s education board (NCWEB). It holds classes on the weekend. The NCWEB released third cut-off for admission to various courses.
The minority reservations are religion-based reservation in minority colleges only like Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College has a reservation for Sikh minority and St Stephens has a reservation for Christian minority.
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Students still have the chance to seek admissions under the entrance-based mode. For those who are seeking regular courses, only available seats are under admission lists that too for those who have cleared DU entrance test (DUET). The second admission list for BA (honours) humanities and social sciences, BTech and five-year integrated programme in journalism is already out for BA, BCom, BA business economics and BBA courses the first admission list will also be declared tonight.
Last year as many as 10 cut-off lists were released. This year over admissions have been reported by the officials, however, we are still expecting a total of seven cut-off lists to be released. Over 3.67 lakh applications were received for 64000 seats undergraduate in DU. Of the total, 2.58 lakh applications were paid applications. In the EWS category, in which over 6000 setas were added 9091 students had applied.
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