DU Admission 2021: Increase college seats, cut-offs likely to soar

Delhi University has commenced the admission process for the undergraduate (UG) from August 2, 2021, and postgraduate (PG) courses from July 26, 2021. The last date for filling and registering themselves in DU is August 31, 2021.


As per the reports, this year a considerable amount of students have secured more than 95% in their CBSE class 12th board examinations. As a result, students seeking admissions in DU colleges are likely to soar this year.


P.C. Joshi, Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University stated that it is true that a sizeable amount of students have scored very good percentages in their class 12th CBSE board examinations. “We have full respect for the results released by the CBSE and other state boards. The seats in colleges can be increased if required,” he said.


Furthermore, the Vice-Chancellor confirmed that the merit list may soar up even higher as compared to the previous years. However, the admission process will be done on the basis of merit lists only.


Delhi University board members have decided upon maintaining the eligibility criteria like the previous year for the betterment of the students while keeping the COVID-19 pandemic situation in mind.


According to P.C. Joshi, there will be no change in the registration amount for the merit and entrance based examinations.  Centralized UG admissions will be done through a registration-cum-application form. All departments for entry to colleges will use the same registration-cum-application form for admissions and candidates will not have to fill any other form.


For PG programmes, candidates will have to fill up a registration form but have to pay a separate registration fee for opting for more than one PG programme.

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