DU Admission 5th Cut-Off Begins Today: DU Admission Process 2021

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DU Admission 5th Cut-Off Begins Today: DU Admission Process 2021

On Monday, the university released its fifth cut-off list, with some colleges reopening admissions in a few General Category courses. Since the first cut-off list was released, 68,849 students have been accepted to the university.

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Today, November 9, Delhi University began admissions against the 5th cut-off list. On Monday, the university released its fifth cut-off list, with some colleges reopening admissions in a few General Category courses. Since the first cut-off list was released, 68,849 students have been accepted to the university.

Only until November 10 can students apply against the DU 5th cut-off list (11:59 pm). However, those who make it to the fourth cut-off list can pay the admission fee by the 12th of November (5 pm). The university will also release a special cut-off list for the November 13th drive if any seats remain unfilled after the 5th list.

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DU Admissions 2021 : How to apply

1) Visit the official website at du.ac.in

2) Click on DU Admission Portal 2021

3) Register yourself by providing the required information

4) Login using your registration ID and password

5) Choose your course and proceed to fill your application form

6) Pay the application fee and submit.

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BA admissions at the Ramjas College have reopened (Honours) There are still seats available in BCom (Hons) (97.75%), BA(Hons) History (96.75%), BA(Hons) Hindi (91.25%%), BA(hons) English (97.5%), and BA(hons) Economics (97%) for students who are proficient in Sanskrit (98.25 per cent).

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BA (Hons) English and BA (Hons) Philosophy admissions have been reopened at 97.50% and 97% respectively by the Lady Shri Ram College. There has been a 0.50 percent decrease in the cut-off score for BA (Honours) Journalism from the previous cut-off list.

Admissions to the unreserved BA (Hons) History programme at the Aryabhatta College have been reopened, as have those to the OBC BA (Hons) Political Science and BCom BA (Economics and History) programmes at the college.

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