Cut- offs to be released soon. Know what to do after !

The cut-off mark is the minimum score a student must earn in both the entrance exam and the qualifying examination. The cut-offs for Delhi University are published on the university’s website.

Every year, DU publishes its merit-based admission cut-offs. On the official website of DU, a separate cut-off list for Commerce, Arts & Science, and other courses are posted. The cut-offs for this year are coming out in almost 10 days and it is important for students to know the procedure and steps to avoid any mistakes.

Under Delhi University, there are 91 colleges with a total of 62,000 seats for undergraduate studies. For undergraduate admission, students must match their grades to the college cut-offs. Those students who fulfill the DU 2021 requirements cutoff must complete the report check process by contacting their respective Delhi University department/college. Aspirants must additionally pay the admission fee within 24 hours after receiving admission approval.

Read the official procedure document here.

Students are always concerned about the procedure following the submission of the admission form and they often miss something or the other. So to make the admissions process easier for candidates, here is a step-by-step guide to getting into merit-based courses after the cut-offs are announced:

Step 1: To get an application form for admission, students must go into their portal and pick the subject and college.

Step 2: Once the applicants receive the application form, they must provide the following papers to the college for admissions:

  • Class 10th Board Examination Certificate
  • Class 12th Provisional Certificate
  • Marksheet of both the classes
  • The latest character certificate authorities by the Principal of the school last attended.
  • If applicable, SC/ST/OBC/PwD certificates in the name of the applicant only.
  • Transfer certificates from school/board along with the migration certificate
  • Two Passport Size Self Attested Photographs.

Step 3: After the Principal has accepted the application, students can pay their fees online. The admission procedure to that particular college is complete after the fees are paid in full.

Step 4: However, if a student wishes to enroll in a different course or college in one of the following cut-offs, they must complete the following steps:

• Aspirants will be required to cancel their prior college admission online and submit a withdrawal fee.
• Print the withdrawal fee receipt after canceling.
• Students must pay the balance fee of the new institution to which they are applying for admission in order to enroll in another course or college.

Note – If a student has paid an excess amount, it will be reimbursed to the same bank account from which the applicant paid the fees within a few days.

Admissions Procedures for Undergraduate and Graduate (Entrance-based) Courses:

Step 1: Following the announcement of the results, the Delhi University merit list will be made available online.

Step 2: Every college has a restricted number of seats. As a result, the cut-off list is determined by the maximum proportion of pupils. Seats on the admission list will be assigned based on rank and seat availability at the various colleges.

Step 3: Candidates whose percentage is under the cut-off range and who are eligible for admission to that college must print out the admission form.

Step 4: After taking a printout of the admission form, they must proceed to the appropriate college for additional verification.

Step 5: The admission will be authorized once all of the papers have been checked and the verification procedure has been completed.

Step 6: The costs will be paid over the internet. The student must pay the costs online once the admission procedure has been authorized. Students who miss or are unable to attend the college for additional verification will not be invited for further admission rounds.

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