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DU 1st Cut-Off List 2021: Colleges Expected To Have High Cut-Offs

The University of Delhi, DU, will release the first cut-off list tomorrow, October 1, for merit-based undergraduate (UG) admissions. The first cut off will be followed by the second and third list on October 9 and October 16 respectively. The university while releasing the cut-off list schedule also said that, if seats remain vacant after the third DU cut-off 2021 list, DU will release another four cut-off lists.

Delhi University this year as well will follow a contactless admission process to admit students for the academic session 2021-22. As part of DU’s online admission process, students meeting the DU cut-off can register at the college or department websites online without going to the colleges.

DU will verify the documents uploaded by the applicants during the online admission process and will approve the admission at the affiliated colleges of DU after scrutiny. Candidates have to pay the admission fee after they are shortlisted for Delhi University UG admission.

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