DU admissions 2019, second-cut off: The University of Delhi (DU) will release the cut-off or minimum marks list to qualify for admission to various courses at the varsity at the undergraduate level today. The list will be displayed at the official website, du.ac.in, today on July 3 and those who have made it through can get started with their admission process from tomorrow – July 4, 2019 (Thursday). Candidates will have to get their documents verified and pay a fee to book their seats. If seats remain vacant the third list will be released.
In terms of the marks required for admissions, the cut-off is unlikely to see much of a dip due to ‘over admissions’. Over 23000 students have already taken admission based on the first cut-off list. Last year the number was less than 10,000. Thus the varsity officials claim that there has been ‘over-admission’ which will result in a high second cut-off.
Head, admissions committee, Rajeev Gupta, advised students to shortlist the courses or colleges soon. “As we have received over admissions even under the first list. The number of seats, however, remains limited. Students cannot expect the cut-off to fall down much. Only a marginal drop can be expected, especially in the most sought after courses,” said Gupta.
courtesy by: Indian Express