For admission in various undergraduate programme under Delhi University colleges, the students would get more chances as the university has decided to take out more cut off lists in the coming month. The admission process has closed on July 27, with the university as mentioned has taken out seven cut-off lists. But due to the higher cut offs and other significant reasons many seats in various programmes have remained vacant in many colleges.
In order to fill these seats the DU administration has decided to come up with three more cut-off lists which would accommodate more such students in colleges that have vacant seats in various programmes. This would fill up the seats that have remained vacant even after the admission process has closed for the academic session.
According to, Deputy Registrar (Academics) Rohan Rai of Delhi University, “In continuation of the previous notification and as per data provided by the colleges, few seats for different categories are still vacant in some of the colleges. Therefore, it has been decided that the colleges shall fill these vacant seats.” The admissions would now continue till August 12, as the university would take out its eighth, ninth and tenth cut off lists.
Rai further added, “The colleges have been asked to send data of vacant seats course-wise and category wise along with cut-offs. We have also sent instructions to colleges on details to be uploaded, which include OMR numbers, class XII aggregate in best-of four subjects, courses in which candidates are enrolled and categories.”
Due to such high cut offs which have even termed as “absurd” and “unbelievable” by many, the students have suffered a lot this year. With drop in significant cut off lists the students with lesser aggregate marks would now take up the seats. Usually admission procedure of DU finishes after four cut off lists every year and a further list gets announced in case of any withdrawals by the students. But due to huge cut off marks, this year the university had to take out so many lists to incorporate students in the vacant seats.
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