Hopes have been revived once again after Delhi University Registrar declared that the university will publish the merit based 7th cut off tonight i.e. 26 Jul 2017. It will be published in pdf file format on the official website i.e. du.ac.in. After the display of the DU 7th cutoff list, the candidates will have to select their college and programme by logging into their UG admission portal. Admissions to undergraduate courses will be followed on 27th and 28th July 2017.
For admissions in NCWEB Undergraduate Courses, two more cut off list will be published after 6th cut off list. NCWEB’s 6th cut off is due to be announced on 27th July 2017 for which the admissions will be done on 27th and 28th July 2017. Moreover, NCWEB’s 7th cut off will be published on 01st and 02nd August 2017.
Reports say that after 5th cut off list, 94% of the seats are already taken. Hindustan Times reported that out of approximately 50,000 seats, that were available for merit-based undergraduate courses, admission to almost 47,000 seats was confirmed by the end of the 5th round.
As of now 06 cut off lists have been announced by Delhi University. and there are only few seats left. The sixth cut off list was released on July 22 and the highest cut off for this round was 97.25% for BA (Honours) Economics at Hindu college. Closely followed by it was Lady Shri Ram College for Women in line with a jaw dropping cut off of 96.75% for BSc (Honours) Statistics and Sri Venkateswara College and Miranda House with a 96.5% cut offs at both colleges for BA (Honours) Economics.
In colleges like Miranda, 996 out of 1000 seats are filled, in Kirorimal College, seats in 15 courses out of 21 courses have been filled, Ramjas has already admitted 1,500 candidates.
In Hans Raj College admissions to all its courses are closed under the general category, except for English and Chemistry honours, the lowest cutoffs so far for which has been 95.5% and 95.66%, respectively.
In Lady Shri Ram College few seats are left for Mathematics (hons). Miranda House has only 6 courses available including Economics (hons) and BA programme. Half seats are filled in Shyam Lal Evening college. Students need not be disappointed by looking at this data. The University usually announces 8-10 cut off lists. Therefore, there is still hope for your admission.
For admissions in NCWEB’s Lakshmi Bai College and Jesus and Mary college, students had a tough fight as both these had the highest cut offs in the 5th list. In BA Programme and BCom both, the cut off went to 74%. The next highest cut off in NCWEB was in JDM and Miranda House i.e. at 72%.
Admission procedure in a nutshell would be that, there will be 6 steps in admission procedure. First step would be to register online, then, cut off list will be published. Candidates who meet eligibility criteria will select their programme by logging into their DU UG account and click on “Generate Admission Form”.
Aspirants will reach the college they desire and get their documents verified. The College will retain the certificates of approved applicants. The documents will be returned in case student withdraws/cancels the admission. Final step would be to log-on to the UG admission portal to make the online Admission Fee payment through available options.