For the special cut-off list, the admissions process will begin on November 24 and will only remain active till 1 pm on November 25.
The colleges will approve the applicants selected under a special cut-off list by 5 pm on November 26.
This year, the entire DU admission process is being held online due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Overall, over 80 per cent seats have already been filled after the second round of admission. Courses which remain open have not seen major drops in percentage.
DU admission 2020 procedure in College of Vocational Studies will be held online for the Delhi University’s academic session 2020-21.
New Delhi: Two days before the new academic session begins at the Delhi University (DU), several colleges announced their fifth and last cut-off list for the few remaining seats on Monday. Kirori Mal, Vivekanand, PGDAV and Ramjas were among the colleges which issued a fifth cut-off list. The candidates can seek admission in these colleges …
While the cut off was kept at 98.5 per cent for commerce students, for English (hons) this year the it went down to 0.5 percentage points down from last year’s 99 per cent and for economics (hons) it was kept at 0.3 percentage points up from 98.2 per cent in 2016