DU First Cut Off 2016: The first cut-off list for admissions into the undergraduate courses into one of the most prestigious chain of college called “Delhi University (DU)” college will be released today. The admission process will begin from today that 30th June, Wednesday.
Check: Kabali Release Date.
With a total of more than 2.50 Lakh applicants for admission into the various courses, the longing for the list in near to end. Out of these 2.50, around 6000 applicants have an average percentage of more than 95% in the Class 12th examinations, so the cut-offs are destined to remain high.
Thus it will a cut-throat competition for those who aspire for the top colleges in the chain, under Delhi University. As been observed since last few times, most of the courses at the top college are filled out after the first cut-off list only, and only the lower remains for those who missed the mark in the first list.
In the view of an official at the Dean of Students’ Welfare, DU – the best of four aggregate is expected to rise even higher as the number of students scoring above 90% has increased monotonically. The cut-off which was around 95% for the last is sought to increase by 1%.
DU First Cut Off 2016
So it sounds better for the candidates to look out for advantages they could mint out the hole. Like for female candidates, they can leverage the relaxation of 1% for them at campuses like Ramjas and other similar ones.
Going by the line, similarly, those seeking admission into the honours course in any language can leverage the 2% relaxation in the best four who have studied the elected language before. This year the whole process of admissions and the cut-off list has shifted online. The candidates no longer need to rush to colleges for the forms, cut-offs, and another process thus reducing overhead.
The Number of candidates has dropped by around 70,000 applications as last year the total number of applicants were around 3.2 lakh. Candidates now can just log in to the portal, check out if they meet the cut-off scores. If they are eligible, they can select the college and the course as per the options available.
Rest of the process requires, taking out the hardcopy of complete form, attach the necessary attested documents and then visit the college to which you are seeking admission to with the three days of the admission.
The timings are as per the college routines. For the morning ones the deadline is 1 pm and for the evening ones it is between 4 pm to 7 pm. The officials at the respectively designated colleges carry out the process of document validation and then approve the admission.
Also as per the Delhi University Admission policy, candidates who are not able to make it to under the first cut-off list can be considered for admission on the last day of admission taking into account the next immediate cut-off list, if the seats are available.