Admission will be done till midnight of 10th November | 10 no…



Digital Desk, New Delhi. The admission process has started on the basis of fifth cutoff in Delhi University. On the basis of this cutoff, applications can be made for admission in Delhi University till 11.59 pm on November 10. Giving official information, Delhi University said that since the first cutoff released on October 1, 68,849 admissions have been done so far. These admissions have been approved on the basis of four different cutoffs released so far and one special cutoff.

Colleges of Delhi University where there are still opportunities for admission for students include big colleges like Lady Shri Ram College, Miranda House, Ramjas College, Aryabhatta College, Kirori Mal College. There are still seats left in many honors courses of BA B.Com. The admission process has been started for undergraduate courses in Delhi University and will run till November 15. Meanwhile, the result of the entrance examination conducted for the post graduation courses conducted by the University of Delhi has also been released. PG admissions will also be started soon in Delhi University. At present, the National Testing Agency has issued the score card of the students who have appeared in these entrance examinations.

A total of a little over 70,000 seats are available for undergraduate courses in Delhi University. Admissions have been completed in 68,849 seats. The university has received 2 lakh 14 thousand applications so far. The 5th cutoff list has been released for the remaining 2000 seats.

The last date to pay fees in Delhi University under the 5th cutoff list is November 12. The first cut-off list in Delhi University was released on October 1, on the basis of which the admissions started from October 4. Delhi University released the second cutoff list on 9 October and the third cutoff on 16 October. After this the special cutoff of Delhi University came on 25 October. Delhi University fourth cutoff came on 30th October and now fifth cutoff has been released on 8th November.

(IANS)



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