Delhi University will release a special cut-off list today as the admission round for the third cut-off list has concluded. Students who have been accepted to other courses or colleges can not cancel their admissions and apply to a preferred course or college in the special cut-off, unlike in the second and third lists.
Students who were not able to apply for admission while being eligible according to the prior three cut-off lists will receive the cut-off.
The special cut-off will be published on the official website, du.ac.in.
Know the following steps.
1st Step: Visit the DU’s or related colleges’ official websites.
2nd Step: Go to the DU Special Cutoff 2021 link and click it.
3rd Step: To make your job easier, download the PDF file and print it out.
Students who have been accepted to any of the first three lists for any course or college will not be eligible for admissions against the special cut-off.
There will be no movement allowed during the special cut-offs, according to university admissions criteria. Candidates who have already been accepted into a DU programme or college will not be allowed and considered.
This is intended to provide a chance for those who were unable to get on one of the three lists for various reasons. Admissions will be made based on the last declared cut-off for a programme in colleges where seats exist.
Students can expect colleges to reopen admission of UG seats for some courses in the special cut-off list, as many courses were closed during the admission against the second and third DU cut-off lists.
What to expect?
Admission to all BSc Honours Statistics, BSc Mathematics, BSc Physics, and BA English (Hons) programmes at DU’s Hindu College had closed during the third cut-off list. While at Lady Shri Ram College (LSR), unreserved Mathematics admissions closed in the third list. The admissions process for all programmes at Jesus and Mary College (JMC) is ended, with the exception of Hindi. Admission to BA (Hons) Economics at Gargi College has reopened on the DU 3rd cut-off list.
For BA (Hons) Economics, the third cut-off was 98.50 percent. Students pursuing admission to DU colleges in courses such as BSc Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Statistics might expect a slight fall in the cut-off scores.