Delhi University Admission 2021 begins today; here's everything you need to know
DU issued the first cut-off list on October 1st, with as many as nine courses reaching 100%. Candidates must prepare their papers and verify the college-specific cut-offs prior to the admissions procedure. Here's everything you need to know about it.
The University of Delhi has finally begun its undergraduate (UG) admission process today with the release of the first cut-off list. The admissions procedure will be open until October 7th. Candidates must register online at DU's official website — du.ac.in or admission.uod.ac.in — and submit all needed papers.
DU issued the first cut-off list on October 1st, with as many as nine courses reaching 100%. Candidates must prepare their papers and verify the college-specific cut-offs prior to the admissions procedure. Each cut-off list allows an applicant to choose just one programme and one college.
According to the most recent instructions issued by the university, multiple college and course selections are not permitted. Before posting their grades online, students must carefully calculate their best of four scores. DU will automatically compute the marks supplied by the candidate throughout the admissions process. If DU discovers a discrepancy in the documents during the verification process, admission will be denied.
Here's a list of documents required
— Class 10 pass certificate with date of birth and parents' names
—Class 12 mark sheet
— Government identity
— SC, ST, OBC, EWS, CW, KM, EWS certificate
— OBC (non-creamy layer) certificate (in the applicant's name), if appropriate
— If applicable, ECA and sports quota certificates
— Scanned copy of the applicant's passport-size photograph
— Scanned copy of the applicant's signature
Here are the steps to register
Step 1: Based on the cut-off, choose a college and a programme.
Step 2: Navigate to the DU website and access the candidate dashboard.
Step 3: Log in with the necessary credentials. Documents should be uploaded.
Step 4: Pay the admissions costs to confirm their admittance.
The individual colleges will validate the candidates' uploaded documents. If a record is not discovered, the college will contact the students, who will be required to submit the papers within the time frame specified, or their admission will be cancelled. If a candidate's application is denied, he or she will be deemed a fresh applicant and will be eligible to apply in following cut-offs.