The much-awaited DU first cut off is soon to be released and is likely to come out on October 12. Read on to find out!
Initially, the university had planned to start the admission process from the very first week of October. However, as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the improvement exam results soon, Delhi University has decided to wait for that.
Delhi University recently introduced an option for the applications filing for session 2020-21, to edit their forms till October 5.
During a meeting between the DU administration and Principals of respective colleges, the principals were informed that the university will start the admission process from October 12, 2020.
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“The administration asked us to prepare for the admission process as it will be completely online this year,” a principal, who wished to remain anonymous, told TOI
While the dean of admissions, Shobha Bagai, did not confirm the dates but informed, “DU will begin the admissions from the second week of October. We are waiting for the CBSE to come out with its results.”
Teachers Unhappy with the Delay
It also has to be noted that not all Principals are satisfied with the further delay of admissions by DU. “They could have started the session in July when they were already conducting the admission online. This further delay is not correct as it will eventually put pressure on teachers to finish off the syllabus in time,” a principal from South campus said.
The Delhi University administration has always been a centre of the topic since many have complained that the administration doesn’t work in favour of the students and teachers. Meanwhile, the option to edit the undergraduate admission form is open from September 12 till October 5. This editing option is only one time and it is advised to the applicants that they should be cautious while submitting the final details.
DU Express wishes all the aspirants good luck for the DU FIRST CUT OFF LIST.
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