Admissions 2017

Admissions date extended, DU to declare sixth cut off and a special drive for reserved categories to fill remaining seats

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In a recent press release published in the University website, Delhi University (DU) has extended the date of admissions based on the fifth cut off till 20th July 2017, i.e-today. Students who couldn’t take admissions in any college due to various reasons can take admissions in colleges today.

After 20th July 2017 , he admissions for the fifth cut off list would be closed.  This would be followed by the sixth cut off which would be announced on 22nd July 2017. Admissions for the same would commence from 22nd July to 25th July. The admissions would be announced for all categories and admissions will take place on all other days except for Sunday.

According to the new release, every student who had registered for admissions for the session 2017-18 with the University and had failed to take admissions in earlier lists due to various reasons will be eligible for admissions in the sixth cut off.

Meanwhile the University has also planned to start a special drive for admissions in the reserved categories. This drive which would take place from 31st July to 5th August would include all the reserved category admissions like SC, ST, OBC, PwD, CW, Kashmiri Migrants and Sports.

While the orientation of some colleges have already taken place, but many other colleges have their orientations lined up for today as the academic season begins. While most of the seats for UG courses have been filled, the University is still in the process to finishing with the Post Graduate admissions which has led to several doubts, if the University would succeed in beginning its new academic season from 20th as declared in its academic calendar.


Srivedant Kar

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Srivedant Kar is the associate editor of DU Beat. A journalism student at Cluster Innovation Centre, he spends more time thinking about tomorrow than today. Having interned with United Nations, he is an avid reader, fierce debater, poet and religious follower of politics who aspires to be a diplomat some day.

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