DU colleges will notify vacancies today

  • HT Correspondent, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jul 23, 2016 00:37 IST
A college campus being cleaned for the new session. (Sushil Kumar/HT Photo)

Admissions to undergraduate courses in Delhi University under the fifth and last cutoff list was completed on Friday. Colleges with vacancies will now bring out merit lists instead of more cutoff lists.

These colleges will notify the status course-wise and category-wise on their notice board, website and DU portal by Saturday or Sunday.

“Fee payment will continue till Saturday afternoon after which we will see if there are any more seats left and notify it by Saturday. Based on the number of applications received we will prepare a merit list,” said a college principal on condition of anonymity.

Students, already registered with the University, will now have to apply online through the UG portal and choose a course and college from the available seats.

“The candidate is again required to apply online through UG admission portal and choose the course/college wherever seats are available. The applications will be received online only for three days,” said officials.

The college will prepare a merit list of all candidates who have applied in the college online with their names, online registration number and Best of Four for each course and display the complete merit list on its website and notice board.

The college will also notify the merit list with names and registration number of candidates eligible for admission against vacant seats.

“The candidates will be admitted in next two days on merit basis only against vacant seats,” officials said.

Three such lists will be brought out. But if seats still remain vacant, the college will again invite applications online and the same process will be repeated.


July 23: Colleges will notify number of vacant seats

July 24-26: Registered candidates will apply to the college

July 27: Colleges will display the merit list

July 28-29: Admissions

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