Delhi University

Students can begin applying for their preferred course and college on Monday morning and have until Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. to do so. Colleges must finalise approvals for these applications by Thursday at 5 p.m.

Delhi University Admission

On Monday, the undergraduate admissions process at Delhi University will begin against the initial cut-off list. This portion of the procedure will be completed entirely online, as it was last year. The timeline is short, and there are a few things applicants should be aware of.
Students can begin applying for their preferred course and college on Monday morning and have until Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. to do so. Colleges must finalise approvals for these applications by Thursday at 5 p.m.

Candidates must log in to their DU admission dashboard and choose the institution and programme to which they wish to apply and qualify based on the initial cut-off and eligibility requirements. They can only apply to one programme and college at a time.

Colleges will verify the application and associated papers after they get it.If the college discovers that some required documents are missing, they will notify the candidate via their registered phone number or email address, and they will be able to upload the missing documents to the college’s website. On the dashboard, candidates will be able to check the status of their application.

A grievance redressal committee has been established at each college. If a candidate’s application has been rejected and they are dissatisfied with the college’s explanation, they can contact the committee using the information provided on the college’s website.

If the application is approved, the candidate must pay their fees online by 5 p.m. on October 8 via a link that will be supplied on their dashboard. The candidate will be offered provisional admission to the college once this is accomplished.

The university will release its second cut-off list on October 9. Candidates who were admitted on the first list and then qualified for a college and course on the second list may apply for admission on the second list but must first cancel their admission at the first college. On the dashboard, they will have the opportunity to cancel their admission, for which a non-refundable cancellation fee of Rs 1,000 would be charged. Candidates will then have to go through the admissions process again with their desired college.

A key aspect to remember about second list admission is that if a student was eligible for a course and college on the first list, they will not be able to enrol in it on the second list. For example, if the first cut-off for a course in a college was 99 per cent and the second cut-off is 98.5 per cent, only those who scored 98.5 per cent or above but less than 99 per cent are eligible for admission on the second list. This means that once a candidate is admitted to a specific course and college based on a specific cut-off list, they will not be admitted to the same course and college combination in consecutive cut-off lists.

Candidates should also use caution while using the cancel option. Admission cannot be reinstated once it has been cancelled. In addition, if a candidate withdraws from a cut-off list after applying, they will not be able to reapply in the same cut-off list.

The merit list for supernumerary seats for candidates who filed for the Sports and ECA quotas will be provided only after the third cut-off list is released. They are free to apply to institutions based on the general cut-off until then, assuming they are eligible.

How do I get a spot?

Candidates must first log in to the admission site at and fill out their applications.

According to the cutoff list, choose the course and college for which you are eligible.
Apply for the course and college by uploading any papers that have not been posted previously, such as the original mark sheet or pass certificate from the school board.
The college will check your eligibility for admission and notify you of your acceptance or rejection via the dashboard. The college must provide you with a reason why your application was denied.

You will receive a link to pay the cost and secure your admission once your application has been approved. The entire procedure is carried out on the internet.

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