Delhi University first cutoff on June 30; B.Tech to remain 4-yr programme for 2013-14
Apratim Chatterjee, 30 Jun 2014, #DU

Delhi University Colleges are likely to publish first cutoff list for 3-year UG admissions on June 30 even as the varsity received UGC nod to retain its B.Tech programme for the academic year 2013-17 batch.

Earlier on June 27, Delhi University had rolled back its FYUP and asked its colleges to expedite the admission process under 3-year structure as directed by UGC.

The university colleges are likely to start the admissions from July 1 with the first cutoff scheduled to be released on their respective websites on June 30 late evening.


“All candidates who have already registered online/offline through the University pre-admission form for the current academic year will now be eligible for admissions to all courses, if they meet the eligibility criteria,” a notification from the University read.


In addition to this, the university has also offered another chance to the students who missed the registrations. “Those who have not registered will be required to fill the university registration form on the payment of Rs. 100 (General/OBC) and Rs. 50 (SC/ST/PwD), along with the college admission form in case they meet the cutoff and qalify for admission. The registration made in the college will be valid in case the candidate takes admission in other college/course in the subsequent cutoff lists,” the notification added.



B. Tech to remain 4-yr for 2013-17 batch

After it asked the central to rollback the 4-year Undergraduate Programmes, the UGC made an exception for its B.Tech courses allowing it to remain 4-year programme for the students who have already been admitted to the programme last year. But, the UGC also asked the varsity to ensure that colleges offering B. Tech to obtain approval from the regulatory bodies including AICTE and UGC.


“Four Year B.Tech Programmes in Computer Science, Electronics, Food Technology, Instrumentation, Electronics and Polymer Science and which are covered under Section 22 of the UGC Act, with respect to B.Tech, may continue only for students already admitted under academic year 2013-14,” UGC said. The UGC officials, however, did not issue any special guideline for B.Tech in Psychological Science.


As per reports, over 2500 students are enrolled for the six B.Tech programmes being offered in the university, including Computer Science, Electronics, Food Technology, Polymer Science, Instrumentation and Electronics and Psychological Sciences.


BMS fate hangs in balance:

The UGC has assured BMS applicants that it would soon bring directives on 4-year BMS programmes; the fate of the BMS applicants still hangs in balance.

The UGC however assured that in case the programme gets converted into the 3-year format, it will help the varsity modify the programme. The UGC assurance is in line with the recommendation of its standing committee which had suggested that the programme should continue with the four-year format for the students who were already enrolled in the last academic session.


The new admission schedule for the undergraduate courses is as follows –

 Important Events


First cutoff list to be published online

June 30

First Cutoff list to be announced by the colleges

July 1

Second cutoff list

July 4

Third cutoff list

July 8

Fourth Cutoff List

July 11

Fifth Cutoff List

July 14

Sixth Cutoff List

July 16

Seventh Cutoff List

July 18

Eight Cutoff List

July 21

Click here to know the dates of other important events.

What happened till now over FYUP row –

DU scraps FYUP; asks colleges to expedite admissions

UGC Directs DU to begin admissions in 3-yr Structure; Protests continue on FYUP

After UGC directions, DU says admissions will commence soon

DU VC retracts resignation; DU colleges agree on 3-yr UG structure

DU Colleges defer cutoff announcement; seek clarity on UG structure

UGC notifies 3-Year UG Programmme for DU; constitutes committee for migration from FYUP

UGC asks DU to scrap FYUP, bring back 3-year structure

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