The Delhi University is considering admission based on the performance in the Central University Common Entrance Test (CUCET) as well as board exams for its undergraduate courses, according to officials.
The DU final-year students, as per a DU statement, can attend the colleges, centres and departments for their laboratory, practical, skill, library and related activities in small batches.
A fake DU notice saying that the university will reopen for normal classes in physical mode from January 3 is in circulation.
Applicants who have taken admission (including NCWEB) at a DU College are not eligible to participate in the 2nd special cut-off admissions, Delhi University said.
The varsity has already released seven cut-off lists and two special lists for admission at the undergraduate level.
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.
The first merit list for post graduate courses (DU PG First Merit List 2020) will be released in the next 24 hours.