Admissions 2017

LIVE: DU Colleges Begin Releasing Fourth Cut-Off Lists; Seats full in many courses

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After a tumultuous admission process in the first three windows of admission, the varsity is all set to announce the fourth cut-off list by midnight on its website. With 15,000 seats yet to be occupied, the fourth leg of admissions cycle has officially commenced from today evening, with individual colleges have begun releasing the list for the fourth cycle of admissions.

While most of the colleges have closed admissions for popular courses, students still have a chance to secure seats in select streams.

Currently, several colleges have already released their cut-offs, which can be accessed by clicking on the relevant Institute:

1. Shri Ram College of Commerce

2. Vivekanand College

3. Shivaji College

4. Maharaja Agrasen College

5. Zakir Husain Delhi College

6. Daulat Ram College

7. Kirori Mal College

8. Gargi College

The admissions to the fourth cut-off list will be conducted between July 13th and 15th at the respective colleges. For a rundown of the admission process and a list of the documents to be carried, you can read the full report here. If you wish to cancel your admission in the current college to make you eligible for admission in the fourth cut-off, read our report on the withdrawal procedure here.

Stay tuned to our page, for the list will be updated as and when the colleges announce their cut-offs.



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