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Delhi University (DU) on Friday released its third cut-off list for admission to merit based undergraduate courses at the university.

There was a mixed reaction to the list as students found that several courses at popular DU colleges had closed admission. However, it brought joy to those who want to take admission in off-campus colleges as there was a dip in the announced cut-offs. Also, a few colleges reopened admission for some courses that they had closed due to withdrawal of admissions.

The university also released the first cut-off list for Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB). Women students registered from Delhi on the university’s online admission portal are automatically eligible to apply for these courses. NCWEB is a system with lectures on Sundays leaving students with six working days to follow other skill-based courses or prepare for competitive examinations.

Shri Ram College of Commerce has closed admission in the general category for both economics and BCom (Hons), with only a few reserved seats available. Hindu College has closed admission to all its courses apart from economics, English, BCom (Hons) and chemistry. Ramjas College, Kirori Mal and Hansraj have also closed admission for a majority of their courses. Even at off-campus colleges like Aryabhata, most of the courses were closed for admission as cut-offs required were much lower that some North Campus colleges.

At the end of the second list, 26,291 admissions had taken place to approximately 56,000 seats at the university. Document verification, approval of admission and payment of fee under the third cut-off list will take place between June 30 and July 3, except Sunday.

Applicants who have cleared the cut-off will proceed to the college for admission with their original documents and self-attested photocopies of the documents as well as a printout of their admission slip. Once an applicant completes the formalities, the principal of the college will approve the application online. This will generate an option of fee payment on the dashboard. The candidate will then have to login again and pay the admission fee online using the link available on the dashboard. Once the fee is paid successfully, the admission process to that particular college is complete. For document verification and approval of admission, the timings for morning college is 9.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and evening college is 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Online payment may be done till noon of the next day of the deadline set for the cut-off in which the applicant is taking admission.

The fourth cut-off list will be released on July 6.

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