DU UG 2020 2nd Cut Off Released:The second cut off list for DU Admissions 2020 has been released by the University of Delhi for the aspirants seeking admission in the UG level merit-based courses. The DU 2020 1st cut off list was releasd on 10th October 2020. Now, that the cut off for DU UG admissions 2020 are announced, candidates would be required to present the documents for verification as per the list of documents provided by the Varsity. Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of changes have been introduced in the way admission will take place this year. This year, the document verification is being conducted online for the candidates across all the states of India. Candidates are not required to visit the DU campus/college to get the documents verified. Online verification will be conducted by the university considering the safety and health of the applicants.
So, let’s look at what process applicants have to follow after the declaration of DU Admission cutoffs, how the document verification will take place this year and which all documents are mandatory to be verified for the purpose of DU 2020 admission.
DU Admission 2020 - Complete Process
Candidates should note that they are required to upload the documents at the time of online DU registration. The documents should be self-attested before being uploaded. After registration, the documents need to be presented for physical verification at the time of final admission. However, this year, instead of physical verification, the university will conduct online verification of the Documents post the declaration of DU cut-off.
When the DU cut-off is declared for merit-based courses, candidates need to follow the steps mentioned below to get admission:
- Download the DU Online Application form, from the DU admission Portal and take its print out
- Keep side the originals of all the important documents required at the time of Document Verification
- Document Verification at the Respective Reporting Center
- Report at the place of Admission (College where you want to seek admission)
- Once the documents are verified/approved, pay the fee through admission login portal
Is DU Document Verification Necessary?
Document verification is a mandatory part of the admission process. The admissions in-charge at the respective reporting center will verify your documents. After the documents are verified by the Head of the college/Principal, you will receive a payment link on the online portal to pay the DU admission fee. After the approval of admission by the Head of Institution, you will get a time period of 24 hours to make the fee payment. On successful payment of admission fees of the respective college, you will be granted provisional admission to the said college.
A message would appear on the computer screen stating -
"Congratulations! You are now a Provisional student of the University of Delhi, subject to verification of all your documents and satisfying all other eligibility and merit criteria."
DU Document Verification: For Merit-Based Courses
Document Verification for Merit-Based Courses is an online process. The admissions in-charge will verify your documents online. You need to share your unique registration ID with the teacher In-charge of the respective Department/College. After this, you need to show your original documents for verification.
In case your documents cannot be verified online, the College will give you provisional admission. Thereafter, you need to produce the originals of the required documents within a week after the last day of UG Admissions for forensic verification. In case you fail to produce the originals of required documents, the admission stands cancelled.
DU Document Verification: For Entrance based courses
For the candidates who will be appearing in the Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET), after they clear the entrance, and are eligible for admission to the targeted course, they will also have to undergo the document verification process. The process will remain the same as for the merit-based courses. However for some courses such as:
- B.A. in Percussion Music (Tabla/Pakhawaj),
- B.A. (Hons.) in Hindustani Music: Vocal/ Instrumental (Sitar/Sarod/ Guitar/Violin/Santoor), and
- B.A. (Hons.) in Karnatak Music Vocal/Instrumental (Veena/ Violin), among other courses
On the day of the entrance exam, candidates will be asked to carry original documents (mark-sheets, degrees, etc.) along with a photocopy of each document. Only after the verification of the documents, you will be allowed to appear in the practical test.
DU Admission 2020: List of Documents for Verification
Here is a list of documents required for verification during the admission process at the college by the admissions in-charge:
- Hard Copy of DU Admission Application form 2020
- Three Passport size photograph of the applicant
- Class X certificate/marksheet containing Date of Birth
- Class XII Mark Sheet, if results have been announced
- SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) issued by the competent authority
- OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) issued on or after March 31, 2020. The OBC caste must be included in Central list issued by the Government of India
- EWS Certificate issued by SDM certifying the applicant can claim reservation under this category, dated March 31, 2020 or later, and
- Sports and/or ECA certificates, if applying under these categories
What if the documents are fake/falsified?
If any document is found to be falsely attested or proved submission of falsified records, then you will be debarred from the university and the colleges and penal action will be taken against you. It is advised to restrain from producing misleading information at the time of application submission.
You will receive DU admission confirmation from the college only if the verification of the documents is approved by the admissions in-charge and the Principal of the college. Without submitting these documents, you will be entitled to provisional admission status only.
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