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DU 3rd CutOff List 2020
DU 3rd CutOff List 2020

DU Admission 2020: After releasing the First DU cut off list on October 10th 2020, Delhi University begin the online admission process from Monday, October 12, 2020, for undergraduate courses across its 64 affiliated colleges. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year the University has decided that the entire application process will be conducted online. The application process will be closed at 5 PM on Wednesday, October 13th 2020. As stated by the dean of DU, Shobha Bagai, candidates are advised not to come into the campus in person. Many colleges allowed their staff to work from home during the admission process. All queries of students will be sorted out online as well.

Documents required:

  • Matriculation certificate indication date of birth and Parent’s name.
  • Class 12 mark sheet
  • SC/ST/OBC/CW/KM certificate to claim reservation (if applicable)
  • EWS certificate from a competent authority, income certificate is also required to claim for reservation (if applicable)

Important dates for DU Admission 2020:

According to the notification, the 2nd cut off list will be announced on October 19, 2020. The session for the first-semester undergraduate course is supposed to be started from November 18, 2020.

HOW TO APPLY:

The portal du.ac.in will be activated for the admission process at 10 AM on the above-said date. Here is how to apply for the admission.

The students who appeared in the first cut off list will have to check out the official website of university-du.ac.in and login to their UG admission portal using the id during registration. Each applicant will be allowed to choose only one course in college. There will be a provision to update your marks or upload your mark sheet on the ‘update academic’ section. However, the dashboard provides a ¾ calculator while filling up the marks but applicants are advised to recheck the calculations manually.

Rounding off of marks or percentage will not be allowed. The list of eligible courses and colleges will appear on their dashboard, on the basis of their cut off marks. They have to choose the desired course and college from the drop-down list. The college administration will get the details of all applicants and they have the option to filter the list depending on the cut off marks and other eligibility criteria of applicants.

The admission committee of each college will check and verify the applications after which the principal of the college will approve admission. The selected candidates will have to submit fee before the stipulated time to complete the admission process.

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