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DU admission 2018: Here’s how to get to Delhi University by Delhi Metro

For those who want to go to the North Campus, the Metro is often the best option. Invest in a smart card available at customer care centres of all Metro stations to avoid queues.

College admissions 2018 Updated: Jun 23, 2018 15:32 IST
HT correspondent
HT correspondent
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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The Metro is often the best option to travel around Delhi. (Mohd Zakir / Hindustan Times)

The Delhi University has released its first cut-off list for merit-based undergraduate courses.

The highest cutoff at Delhi University in the first list is 98.75% at Lady Shri Ram College for BA (Programme). Journalism (Hons) at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) and Economics (Hons) at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) are a close second at 98.50%.

Applicants have until Thursday, June 21, to get their documents verified and get admitted to the college where they have cleared the cutoff. The applicant will have until 12 noon on Friday, June 22, to pay the admission fees online, and information bulletin adds that the payment should have gone through by this time for the admission to be valid.

For those who want to go to the North Campus, the Metro is often the best option. Invest in a smart card available at customer care centres of all Metro stations to avoid queues.

REACHING DU BY DELHI METRO
For those who want to go to the North Campus, the Metro is often the best option. Invest in a smart card available at customer care centres of all Metro stations to avoid queues.
FROM NORTH DELHI
  • If you are travelling from Rithala or Mundka, board the train on the Red Line and get off at the Kashmere Gate Metro station. Take the Yellow Line to Vishwavidyalaya station.
  • If you are travelling from Jahangir puri, take the Yellow Line and get down at Vishwavidyalaya
FROM SOUTH DELHI
  • If you are coming from Faridabad/Badarpur, take the train towards Central Secretariat. Change here and take the Yellow Line going towards Jahangirpuri.
  • If you are coming from Gurugram, take the Yellow Line that goes to Jahangirpuri.
FROM WEST DELHI
  • If you are travelling from Dwarka, take the train from the nearest Metro station to Rajiv Chowk. Change here for the Yellow Line. You can also take the Airport Expressline from Dwarka Sector 21 and deboard at the New Delhi station.
FROM EAST DELHI
  • If you are travelling from Noida City Centre or Vaishali, take the train from the nearest Metro station and get off at Rajiv Chowk. Change here for the Yellow Line going to Jahangirpuri, and get off at Vishwa vidyalaya.
  • Those coming from Dilshad Garden can take the Red Line that goes to Rithala, and deboard at Kashmere Gate. Then take the Yellow Line from there to reach Delhi

First Published: Jun 19, 2018 11:35 IST