Today, October 11, at 10 p.m., Delhi University began undergraduate admissions based on the second cut-off list. Candidates who meet the cut-off scores and other eligibility requirements can access the admission dashboard. They can then select the college and course they wish to apply for.
Fresh applicants can apply if they did not apply for admission in the first round or if they applied in the first round but were denied admission. They are welcome to participate in the admissions process as long as they follow the standard procedures.
A candidate can only pick one programme and one college for each admission round. They are not permitted to change their minds at any point throughout the admissions process.
Candidates whose admissions were accepted in the first round but who did not pay the money are permitted to change colleges and/or programmes if the previously approved application was canceled. They had to pay a Rs 1,000 cancellation charge.
Candidates who applied and paid the fee in round 1 are eligible to apply again if they cancelled their admission on or before the deadline. The cancellation charge has to be paid by them as well. Students’ information will be verified by colleges, and if the application form is accepted by the principal, they will be able to pay the money on or before the deadline to confirm their enrollment.
On October 16, DU will announce the third cut-off list, and depending on seat availability, the university may release two additional cut-off lists as well as certain exceptional cut-offs.
To know more information about the steps to take admission, click HERE.