Admissions 2017

Delhi University Launches Special Admissions Drive for Reserved Category Seats

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The University of Delhi is currently admitting students and has released the eight cut-off list yesterday for admissions in various undergraduate courses. This exclusive drive is meant for students who have not been admitted to any college irrespective of any reserved category under previous cut-off lists even after registration. The admissions for this cut-off list will take place until August 4. A recent press release by the University said, “No fresh registrations will be allowed in the drive.”

This special drive is exclusively for admitting reserved category students. There are a lot of vacant seats under the reserved categories in various colleges and the varsity looks forward to filling up these seats by releasing more cut offs. To ensure reserved category fill the seats, the Delhi University will also issue ninth cut-off list to admit students belonging to reserved categories — SC, ST, OBC, Persons With Disabilities (PWD), Children/Widows (CW) of Armed Forces, Kashmiri Migrants (KM) and students in Sports/Extra Curricular Activities (ECA).

Even in the eighth cut-off list, the highest percentage remains high with 95 for B.Sc Physics (Hons) at the Hindu College for the OBC students. In Hansraj College, the cut-off is 91.5 per cent for OBC students in B.A. Economics (Hons), 86.75 per cent for SC, 79.5 for ST candidates.

You can find the cut off list here. 

For details regarding variation in cut-off percentages, the candidates are advised to contact the respective colleges. The eligible students are further advised to complete their admission formalities in the concerned colleges within the specified time.  Admissions for the general category are closed now. Delhi University will release the ninth cut off on August 7 and the admission will start on August 8.

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