Delhi University''s first Cut-off list for UG programmes to be release by June 23

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Delhi University's first Cut-off list for undergraduate programmes expected on June 23
Delhi University's first Cut-off list for undergraduate programmes expected on June 23

New Delhi : The Delhi University's will be released the first list of candidates for admission to its undergraduate programmes on the evening of June 23,as per the official notification released by the university website. 

After the first cut-off list is released on June 23 evening, admissions would begin from next day,June 24. and document verification will continue till June 28, a release from the office of the Delhi University registrar said.

The dates for release of subsequent DU cut-off lists are July 1, July 7, July 13 and July 18.Students can check out the list at university informed that further cut-off lists will be declared based on vacancies in the colleges.

Verification of documents and approval for admissions will be done between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm for morning colleges and 4 pm to 7 pm for evening colleges.

Meanwhile, St Stephen's College released its first under graduate courses admission cut-off list yesterday, on June 14, with the highest being 98.25 per cent for English and Economics.

Courses offered under Delhi University UG programmes:

B.Sc. (honors) in Chemistry

B.Sc.(honors) in Physics

B.Sc. (honors) in Mathematics

B.Sc. Programme

BA (Honors) in Economics

BA (Honors) in Philosophy

BA (Honors) in History

BA (Honors) in Sanskrit

BA Programme

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