1. DU Admission 2017: First cut-off list for Delhi University UG programmes to be released on 23 June

DU Admission 2017: First cut-off list for Delhi University UG programmes to be released on 23 June

DU Admission 2017: The University of Delhi’s first list of candidates for admission to its undergraduate programmes will be announced on 23 June.

By: | Published: June 16, 2017 3:59 PM
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DU Admission 2017: The University of Delhi’s first list of candidates for admission to its undergraduate programmes will be announced on 23 June. Initially, the date assigned for releasing the first cut-off list was 20 June. Although the university had announced that it would release six cut-off lists, dates of only five have been announced so far. More cut-off lists will be announced depending on vacancy. After the first cut-off list is announced on 23 June, admissions will begin the next day, a release from the Delhi University registrar’s office said. The dates for the release of subsequent cut-off lists are 1 July, 7 July, 13 July and 18 July. Verification of documents and approval for admissions will be done between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm for morning colleges and 4 pm to 7 pm for evening colleges. In a release, the varsity said, “After approval of admission, the applicant has to log on to undergraduate admission portal for online payment of admission fee.”

Meanwhile, St Stephen’s College released its first list on June 14 for undergraduate programmes. The highest cut-off in the list is 98.5 per cent marks and it is being reserved for English and Economics. To be eligible for an interview for the English honours course, students who studied Commerce in school need 98.5 per cent marks, those with a Science background need 98 per cent and those with Humanities 97.5 per cent marks in their Best of Four Subjects (BFS) in XIIth standard board examinations, the college website said. For Economics, the cut-off is 98.5 for Commerce students and 97.5 for Humanities and Science students. The cut-off for English in the Delhi University college was a notch higher at 99 per cent and a bit lower at 98.25 per cent for Economics last year.

Students belonging to SC/ST (non-Christian groups) have to secure at least 91.5 (ST) and 94.5 (SC) in their BFS, it said. Students in the two categories need 97 per cent marks to make it to the interview round for English.

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