The first cutoff for the DU UG entry will be announced on October 1st

DU Entrance 2021: Candidates must wait till October to find out about opportunities for admission to undergraduate (UG) course at Delhi University (DU). In fact, the chairman of the DU Admissions Committee confirmed Tuesday that the first cut-off list for DU undergraduate courses will be released on October 1. At the same time, no amendment is allowed on the registration form.

The first UG cut-off will be released on October 1st

In this regard, committee chairman Rajiv Gupta said, “October 1 has been chosen as the first cutoff date because we want to accommodate all the students who are attending the Higher Secondary Level Compartment Examination and Improvement Examination.

The CBSE section and reform tests will end on September 16 and the DU is expected to announce the results of these tests by October 1. The Board has granted permission for the students to appear for the Physical Examination. Results

St. Stephen’s College has already released its first list

However, St. Stephen’s College, a minority institution under DU, has already announced its first list. Eligible candidates will be called for interview. However, the college has not yet released any admissions program. The highest cutoff for economics (respect) is 99.5%.

This time the cut-off is likely to be too high

At the same time, there are 62 other colleges under the DU and a cutoff of about 70,000 seats, too. The college’s principal said, “St. Stephen’s College has already set a high benchmark, so at least the first few lists will have a high cutoff.”

The cutoff is determined based on the number of applications and previous experience. More than 2 lakh candidates have applied this year.

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