Till the fifth cut-off, 74,667 students had secured admission. The colleges will release a merit list and approve candidates on the basis of vacant seats.
On Saturday, the university requested information about vacant seats from the colleges. According to an official, several colleges have not yet submitted their data, but they can do so by 1 p.m. on Wednesday.
On November 13, Delhi University has issued a cut-off date as part of a special drive. The admission data for the list has not been disclosed by the university.
74,667 pupils were accepted till the fifth cut-off. The colleges will publish a merit list and choose students based on available seats.
On November 25 and 26, candidates can apply for the second special drive. The merit lists will be posted on the universities’ websites, and candidates will have time from November 27 to 5 pm on November 30 to make payments.
Candidates who were unable to seek admission or had their admission cancelled in any of the university’s colleges during any of the previous cut-offs and were thus not admitted but meet any of the previous cut-offs and special drive-I may be considered for admission under the special drive-II, provided seats are available in the said category, according to the guidelines.
During the special drive, there will be no movement allowed. Candidates who have achieved admission in any of the previous five cutoffs (including Special cut-off/drive-I) will not be permitted to participate in the Special Drive – II, i.e., candidates who have previously been admitted to any of the University of Delhi’s Program Colleges. As a result, candidates’ cancellation choices will be suspended during the special drive,” the institution stated.
If the number of candidates applying for a certain program in a college exceeds the number of seats available, the institution will create a merit list based on the best four/three candidates. The college will only approve a candidate’s candidacy if there are seats available. According to the standards, a list of approved candidates will be posted on each college’s website.
In the event of a tie for a seat, the candidate with the higher percentage of marks in the qualifying examination (aggregate of best five subjects plus one language) shall be considered first for admission.
In the event of a tie, the candidate having the earlier date of birth (as shown on the Class 10 certificate) shall be considered for admission. According to Manish Kansal, admissions chairman at Hindu College, the college has just about eight to ten open seats.
According to Rajesh Dwivedi, admission coordinator at Aryabhatta College, the minimum required marks will drop by four to five percent.
“There is no reason to be concerned about lowering the cut-offs because there is no risk of over-admission. We can admit four students if there are four available seats, and if there are more candidates, we will create a merit list. The final decision on the decline will be made on Wednesday “he Added