Just a Few hours ago, DU has released their 4th Cut off for the 2019 Admissions. As per the Information from the Official Sources, The 4th Cutoff was expected to be out on 15th of July however many Du Colleges have released the 4th Cutoff on their own official Websites. This list include a no. Of colleges from Gargi college,Shaheed Rajguru to Shyam lal College. Students who were eagerly looking forward to the 4th cutoff can visit the official websites of these colleges and can have a look at the respective cutoffs. More and More colleges are expected to release their 4th Cutoff soon.
DU Admissions 2019 are in full swing and on 14th of July the 4th Cut-off will be revealed to the public. Till now more than 50,000 seats are already filled across various courses provided by the University. B.Com course has so far seen the maximum number of admissions this academic session in the Delhi University, with Zakir Husain College seeing the highest enrollment of students. According to data shared by the varsity, 49,971 admissions have taken place till now and the number of cancellations stands at 8,348. The number of withdrawals is 1,234. At least 5,252 students have chosen B.Com, 4,897 have opted for B.Com (Honours) and 4,204 students have applied for BA (Honours) Political Science, it stated. The two other courses popular among the students are BA (Honours) History
Over 50,000 students have taken admissions in the Delhi University till Wednesday after the third-cut off list was announced, according to data shared by the varsity. The university said 50,989 admissions have taken place till now and there have been 1,165 withdrawals since the beginning of admissions.The total number of cancellations since Tuesday are 4,061, the varsity said.The third cut-off list was released on Monday. This year, the varsity has effected a 10 per cent increase in seats for the EWS category under postgraduate and undergraduate courses. The number of seats for undergraduate courses has increased to 62,000. Separate cut-offs for the EWS category have also been released.
Delhi University is going to release its third cut-off list tonight, July 8, 2019, on its official website i.e. du.ac.in. As of now, few colleges have already declared there cutoffs while some are going to release by end of the day. Candidates who are eagerly waiting for the third cut-off list should log in to the official website of DU to check it and under which college they are coming under. They are requested to download the forms for the respective colleges. Candidates should carry the downloaded form along with all the required documents when they go to the respective colleges. DU Cut off List 2019: How to check Step 1: Log on to the official website, du.ac.in.Step 2: Click on the link which says ''third cut-off listStep 3: DU cut-off will be displayed
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Over 31,000 admissions have taken place in the Delhi University till now,the varsity said.There have been 2,693 admission cancellations after the second cut-off list was announced Wednesday and there have been 580 withdrawals. On Friday, the second day of admissions after the second cut-off was announced, students approached the office of the Dean Students' Welfare to seek answers to their queries.Some students were disappointed at not being able to get into courses or colleges of their choice. Their admissions were getting cancelled either due to lack of information or delay in payment of fees.A student at the Ramjas College's help desk said, "Students do not check their mail box for delivery of the university's URL for payment of fees. A number of admissions have been cancelle...