Delhi University announced a special cut-off for some eligible applicants, officials said.
Registrar of the University, Vikas Gupta said on Monday, a special cut-off has been announced for only those candidates who were eligible in earlier cut-offs but were not able to take admission for some reason.
Delhi University has received 70,000 applications for undergraduate courses and the university has been announced three cut-offs so far for 70,000 applications. Out of these applications 58, 000 students got admission to Delhi University.
The special cut-off is decided by various colleges based on the availability of seats.
Delhi University had released its first cut-off on October 1st. It has seen irregular jumps if we compare it to the previous year. As a result, students who secured 99 % marks were also deprived of many colleges like Hindu, Ramjas, and Hansraj, etc.
The second and third cut-offs have been released in October month by Delhi University.
The first cut-off was 100% in some colleges in Delhi University and in the second cut-off there was no huge difference in cut-offs as well.
After this, there was no major difference in the third cut-off too.