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Delhi University 7th cut-off to be released today at du.ac.in

Delhi University 7th cut-off to be released today at du.ac.in

August 05, 2019

The seventh cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses will be released by University of Delhi (DU) across the varsity today – August 5 (Monday). By evening, the cut-off  list will be uploaded at the official website, du.ac.in. Students who make it to the cut-off will have to get their documents verified before paying the fee. The window will be open till August 8.

 

As of now, a total of six cut-off lists for the admissions under regular mode have been released. In the NCWEB or weekend classes category, four cut-off lists have been declared by the varsity. Meanwhile, spot admissions are scheduled to take place for BTech, BA (H) humanities and social sciences, and integrated programme in journalism on August 7 (Wednesday). The admission to these courses was done based on entrance exams. Since, there has been a change in DUJAT schedule, the date of spot admissions can also be rescheduled.

 

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DU 7th cut-off 2019: Documents needed

1. Date of birth proof

2. Class 10 mark sheet

3. Class 12 mark sheet/ pass certificate

4. Reservation certificates

5. Application form print out

6. Three passport-sized pictures

7. Address proof

 

Last year a total fo 10 cut-off lists were released, this year, so far schedule of seven cut-offs has been uploaded and the rest will be informed soon.

 

Courtesy: The Indian EXPRESS

 

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