Around 26,000 students are admitted to the University of Delhi in 2018. Within a span of two days from 25th June to 27th June, the admission process under the second cutoff list was completed. Apart from this, 3,203 students also have withdrawn their admission.
Moreover, the University has also announced the dates for five cutoffs. In university’s schedule, upcoming cutoff schedule will also be announced depending on the number of available vacant seats in all the affiliated colleges.
According to some sources, the third cutoff list for the upcoming session will be released on 30th June. After the announcement of the same, aspirants can check it on the official web portal of the university.
In a span of 72 hours, more than 5,000 students took admission in various colleges of the university. SRCC remained in limelight for demanding 98.25 % for BA (Economics) while cutoff for BA programme at LSR decreased down to 97.75 % in the second list.
This can be clearly seen that the university has declined the cutoffs which resulted in a higher rate of admissions in 2018. Last year, only 2,200 seats were filled after the first cutoff while this year, the number is too high.
Many prominent colleges including the Hindu, LSR and SRCC stopped admitting students to several courses because of over-admitting and higher number of admissions in a particular course. So, there are still three cutoffs left for the aspirants of the Delhi University.