Delhi University cut off mania is back to haunt the students who are going to enroll in 2017 at Delhi University. Will the DU Cut off touch 100% or is it going to go down this year and probably start at 95%, is the question everybody has on it’s mind. The Delhi University is set to begin its DU 2017 online registration process on May 22 from 5 PM onwards for admissions to 60 undergraduate courses in 63 affiliated colleges. 2.5 lakhs aspirants are expected to apply for a meager total of 56,000 undergraduate seats. To provide information on the courses, colleges, cutoffs, application filing and admission procedures, the Delhi University will conduct ‘Open Days’ at the university’s north campus from 10 AM to 1 PM till May 31.
Almost 80% of applications at DU are from CBSE and the rest are from other boards, therefore DU Cutoff 2017 is likely to have the same trend as of the previous year as the average marks in this year’s Class XII results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) have remained the same as it was in the previous year. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) finally declared the class 12th result on Sunday morning. Raksha Gopal of Amity International School Noida topped this year.
DU Fourth Cutoff List 2017
DU admissions: 15,000 seats left, fourth cutoff list out.
A DU official said that out of the 56,000 seats available at DU, close to 41,000 seats were filled till the third cutoff, admission under which got over on Monday.
Delhi University’s fourth cut-off saw a dip of 0.25 per cent from the previous list with the highest settling at 97.75 per cent for BA (Hons) Psychology course at Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR).
In the third list, LSR had pegged its highest cut-off at 98 per cent for the same course. Second highest cut-off in the fourth list are 97.25 per cent for BA (Hons) Journalism at LSR and BA (Hons) Economics at Hindu College.
Admissions that begins tomorrow for the fourth-list will continue till July 15. “After approval of admission by respective colleges, the applicant has to make online payment on the varsity’s website till the deadline announced by the administration,” a release said. Next cut-off list will be released on July 18.
Among the colleges where admission process is almost over are Miranda House where 950 seats out of the available 1000 seats have been filled, Hansraj College where 961 seats out of 1,164 have been filled. The seats at South campus colleges have also been filled and only a few seats remain vacant. At Sri Venkateswara College 888 out of 1089 seats have already been filled.