Delhi University admissions 2017: DU first cut-off list released, check on official website du.ac.in

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DU first cut-off list 2017 today: Check on official website du.ac.in
DU first cut-off list 2017 today: Check on official website du.ac.in

New Delhi : DU first cut-off list 2017: The Delhi University (DU) released its first cut-off list 2017 for Undergraduate Courses on its official website (du.ac.in) at 6 pm. Lakhs of students willing to get admission in DU colleges can now check it.

According to reports, the admission process for the DU first cut-off list 2017 will begin from June 24 to June 28. DU second cut-off list 2017 has been scheduled to release on July 1.

The candidates who are waiting for the cut-off list, can check it officially on the website du.ac.in. While students who have aced the exam are likely to feature in the first list, the average percentage of cut-offs, which is at least 95 per cent, is a hindrance for the ones who missed the target by a whisker.

The candidates who will manage to make a cut can log into the undergraduate admission portal of the university and select their preferred college.

After the initial process, candidates are required to furnish important documents for verification. Subsequently, if the admission of the particular candidate is approved, students can then log on to the online admission portal to complete the other activities, including payment for admission.

In addition, the aspirants are also required to carry their class X board examinations certificate, mark sheets of both class X and XII, character certificate and two passport size self-attested pictures. The same applies for reserved category.

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