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With the admission season at its peak, Delhi University has received huge number of applications this year against the limited seats in each DU college. The University of Delhi released its latest third cut off 2019 on 8th July onwards and the comprehensive cutoff for science, commerce and arts subjects is available

There has been a marginal dip in the percentage for admission to several courses. Apart from this, top colleges such as Hindu College, Ramjas College. Miranda House and SRCC among others have stopped releasing further cut-off for the top courses that were high in demand. From 62,000 seats that are available in DU including the reservations, admission on 60 per cent seats have been claimed till now. And the process of admission withdrawals is still ongoing.

So, if you are one among those who wish to change the course and college depending upon the options and opportunity seen in the 3rd cut-off 2019, then it is the right time to understand the process of DU admission withdrawal or cancellation and switch over to a better DU college. It has been reported that after the DU second cutoff 3,069 admission cancellations took place.

In order to make the transition process smooth and easy, read the instructions mentioned below and go for a better opportunity. Candidates can transfer admission and their change college and course after the announcement of the third cutoff.

Delhi University has the provision under which candidate can switch or upgrade to better option as per their convenience. However, there are some formalities and instructions that you must follow to streamline this exercise for the Admission committee of DU and for your smooth transfer.

How to withdraw or transfer Admission in DU?

Candidates need to pay the amount or fee in the college (as per the rules of the college) from where they want to transfer or withdraw admission. At a later stage, the fee submitted for withdrawal or transfer will be refunded. It should be noted that the college will charge minimal cancellation fee from those seeking transfer or withdrawal from the current college.

In another press release, one of the DU Colleges has advised students that “Candidates are requested to get their documents verified first for the second university before cancelling admissions at the first.”