Delhi University first cut-off list out: What do you do now

  • Shradha Chettri, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jun 30, 2016 08:02 IST
Students and parents at Delhi University in May 2015 search for the best courses to apply. (Raj K Raj/ HT file photo)

The Delhi University admission process goes online this year and students have to keep in mind several changes.

Aspirants can check the cut-offs from individual college websites or from the university website which will provide a consolidated list of the cut-offs for 61 colleges and 57 courses.

Once a student has qualified as per the cut-offs, they need to log in to the DU undergraduate portal and select the course and college in which they have qualified.

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Once the selection is made, admission slips with the masthead of the respective college is generated. Students need to get a print out of the slip and visit the college with original documents.

Cutoff is the calculation of the best-of-four-subject marks (the four subjects in which a student has performed the best. For humanities courses, including one language in the best-of-four is necessary and the other three subjects have to be academic subjects, not vocational.

Only for BA and Bcom programmes, students can include one vocational subject.

College authorities will then verify the document and log into the portal and approve admissions. Original certificates will be kept by the colleges.

Once a college has approved the admission, students need not stand in queue to pay the fees. They can log in to the UG portal and make the payment.

After the declaration of the first cut-off students will be given three days and can take admission between June 30 and July 2.

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For morning colleges, admissions will be open between 9am and 1pm and for evening colleges between 4pm and 7pm. After the admission is approved, students can pay fees till 12 pm on July 3.

A candidate can take admission only in one course in one college at any given time.

In case a student wishes to withdraw/cancel the admission in a course/college, the candidate should approach the institute where the admission is taken. Only after the college cancels the admission of a candidate, the student can take admission in other courses/colleges. Admission fees will be refunded to the candidate as per the university rules.

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In case a candidate cannot take admission in a given cut-off list, they can be considered for admission in the next cut-off list only on the last date of admission, subject to availability of seats.

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