The admission process at Delhi University is in full swing. After successfully releasing three cut-offs for its undergraduate courses, the varsity will release a special cut-off list today, October 25, 2021. The cut=off will be uploaded on its official website i.e. Aspirants can visit their website and check the cut-off list. However, it is important to note that the DU 2021 special cut-off will be released only for those DU colleges which still have vacant seats after the third admission round.


According to the data released recently, over 1.70 lakh students applied for the merit-based courses offered by Delhi University under the three cut-off lists. Of the 1.70 lakh applications, 58,000 students have successfully secured their admissions in different undergraduate programmes.


College administration will take various factors into consideration while preparing the special cut-off list. The factors will include the marks obtained in Class 12th examination, opted programme, best of four subjects and number of seats available after the third round of admission.


The admission process of the DU special cut-off will commence from October 26. Additionally, the students will have time till October 27 to apply under this special DU cut-off list. Subsequently, the colleges will approve the admission against the DU 2021 special cut off by October 28 (5 pm). Further, the students will have to submit their fees till October 29 (5 pm).


Earlier, the first DU cut-off was released on October 1. The second and third cut-off was released later on 5 October and 16 October respectively. Moreover, the fourth and fifth cut-off list is scheduled on October 30 and November 8 respectively. The DU 2021 special drive cut-off list will be released on November 13.


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