Admissions likely to begin from July 15
The Delhi University (DU) will likely begin their undergraduate admission process from July 15.
The application process will be conducted online amid COVID-19 crisis. However, the admission is expected to change this year owing to the cancellation of several board exams including CBSE and CISCE.
The varsity might also plan to conduct the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) to admit UG aspirants.
The colleges affiliated to the varsity declare their individual cut-offs for various programmes every year. Candidates meeting the cut-offs apply to the respective colleges.
The DU cut-off marks are usually the percentage marks obtained by the students in the Class XII board exams.
Admission to science courses, especially Zoology programmes at Ramjas College closed at 95.33% last year. Kirorimal college had closed the admissions for Physics and Botany programmes for unreserved category students at 93.33% and 95.66% respectively. Lady Shri Ram College closed the admission to Statistics programmes at 97%.
Meanwhile, the DU officials are of the opinion that discussions with the academic council and admission committee of the varsity will be held to decide the fate of admissions this year.
The acting vice-chancellor PC Joshi, on June 2 said that the varsity will adjust its admission process to the COVID-19 situation without compromising on the merit of students.
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