Delhi University has doused speculations on higher cut offs for DU admissions this year even as reports suggested that top Delhi University Colleges like St Stephen’s, Lady Shri Ram, Hindu are likely to surpass their last year’s cut offs of 96%-99% owing to more number of high scorers in class XII results declared by CBSE recently.
As per the media reports, number of students scoring 95% or above in CBSE class 12 exam rose by around 3,000 to nearly 9,000 this year. The number of students securing 90% or above marks also increased to nearly 60,000, up by around 15,000.“Everything you wanted to know about DU admissions is here. Predict your college, get latest updates, trends and insights on DU admissions. Click Here“
Delhi University officials, however, doused speculations about higher cutoff this year and advised students to wait for the actual cut-off. DU Media Co-ordinator - Malay Neerav said, “To be very honest, it is too early to comment over this. Every year we see such reports. So, I suggest students to not get guided by any such speculations.”
As announced earlier, the admission process of 2014-15 has started on June 2 for about 54,000 undergraduate seats available in different courses in 65 colleges of Delhi University.
Delhi University has asked applicants to fill their actual marks as obtained in the board exams, in the undergraduate admission forms and avoid entering marks basis their own calculation of different weightage that they might be eligible for.
DU officials expect over 3,00,000 applications for its undergraduate seats this year. Last year, 2,56,024 candidates applied for different undergraduate programmes in the University. The new user-friendly app is supposed to help a large number of students in admission process.
Simplifying the admission process, the DU has launched a mobile application to help the candidates fill the application forms for undergraduate courses in the University.
Delhi University is likely to continue with 10 or more cut off lists under its 2014 undergraduate admission process which is scheduled to begin from June 2.
The University is scheduled to release the list of first 10 cut-offs in a window of 30 days beginning June 24. According to University officials, the dates of the release of DU’s 10 cut off lists are June 24, June 27, July 1, July 4, July 8, July 11, July 14, July 16, July 18 and July 21 respectively.
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