DU Admissions 2021: Admission process is going on in Delhi University (DU) for the academic session 2021-22. This process will continue till August 31. After this, the process of getting the cut off list will start from September. Experts of DU have a special advice to all the students that the students whose name appears in the first cut off list in any college, they should take admission there immediately without delay. . Due to this their seat will be reserved in DU and college. Later, the students may change the college and course according to their choice.
Admissions are lost in the affair of favourites:
Former DU Dean and Admission Expert Dr. Gurpreet Singh Tuteja says that like the last few years, 8 to 10 cut off lists can be drawn in DU this year too. It has often been seen that despite getting the number in the first or second cut-off list, students do not take admission due to the desire of the favorite course and the preferred college. The result of this is that they are not able to find the course or college of their choice in the subsequent cut-off list, due to which they lose their admission in the first or second cut-off list where their number has come. After this they have to go round the colleges and apply for admission.
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Confirm admission first, change later:
Dr. Gurpreet Singh Tuteja says that students have to keep in mind that wherever their number is appearing in the first or second cut-off list, take admission there immediately. This will confirm your seat in any course, college and DU. Once the seat is confirmed, you will be considered as a student of DU. After this, if there is a seat vacant in your favorite college and course, then you can change your college. Students will not have much problem in changing the college. But in this process you will have to pay extra fee.
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