New Delhi: Delhi University is set to begin its admissions process in 2021 against the first cut list on Monday (October 4, 2021). DU released its first cut-off list for 2021 admission on Friday (October 1, 2021). Students should note that the admission process based on the first cut-off list will end on Wednesday (October 6, 2021).
DU released the first cut-off list for all streams and students can check the list on the University of Delhi official website at du.ac.in. Based on previous trends, colleges publish the cutoff list first, followed by the university.
DU UG Admissions 2021: List of required documents
- Score sheet for class 12 or qualifying examination and certificate of completion
- Grade 10 grade sheet and certificate of completion
- Caste certificate / EWS certificate (if applicable)
- School transfer certificate
- Council migration certificate
- Certificate of character
- OMR University Registration Form
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DU UG Admissions 2021: Admission procedure
1. Students will need to choose a college of their choice and a respective course on the admissions portal dashboard after checking the first cut-off list issued by the university.
2. Students should carefully check the threshold and see if they are eligible for the choice they are completing.
3. Once done, students should complete the DU UG Admission Form in all respects.
4. The forms will then be transferred to the admissions officer who will then check the recommended cases for admissions, after which the forms will be sent to the directors of the respective colleges for approval.
5. Students should note that colleges can reject an application, but will be required to give a reason or remark why they did so.
6. If the application is successful, the next step for students is to upload the necessary documents to the portal for verification.
7. Students should be careful when uploading documents, as in the event that any of these documents are missing or have problems, their admissions may be canceled by the respective college.
8. Once the documents have been uploaded, students will be required to pay the admission fee and keep the receipt for future reference.
9. Once they have made payment, students will receive a confirmation from the respective college indicating the status of their admission with them.
Meanwhile, around 3 lakh students have registered for admissions this year at the University of Delhi for the nearly 70,000 places at 63 colleges this year.