The University of Delhi (DU) has received 29,086 applications on the very first day of its undergraduate (UG) admission process. Also, the university had announced the second cut-off list on Saturday, October 9, for admission to various UG programmes. While as many as 29,086 students have applied for admissions, 2,593 applications were approved and 2,103 students have made the payment on Day 1, according to university officials.
Candidates meeting the first cut-off will be able to register online at the college websites till October 13.
Delhi University had released a set of instructions that candidates will be required to follow to complete the UG admission process. A candidate is allowed to choose only one programme and college during a particular admission round. Selecting multiple programmes and colleges in a particular cut-off is not permitted. Also, they are not allowed to change programme and college combinations during a cut-off admission round. Candidates whose applications are ‘approved by the principal’, will have to pay the admission fee within the stipulated time.