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June 19, 2018
Delhi University Cut off 2018 For Science, Commerce and Arts

The wait is over! Finally, the much anticipated Delhi University Cut-off 2018 for Commerce, Arts, and Science was released by the University of Delhi on Monday night. This year the cut-offs have not changed significantly compared to last year. There has been a slight increase of 0.25%-0.75% in some of the courses, while in some other courses the cut-off was unchanged from previous year across 77 affiliated colleges of the prestigious Delhi University. DU Commerce [...]Read More

June 6, 2018
DU Admission Schedule 2018

Delhi University’s online registration for around 60 undergraduate courses, spread over 63 colleges in the capital are going to end soon after which the admission process is going to start. The total number of seats on offer this year are nearly 56,000 including seats that have been added on account of new courses being introduced. Nearly 3.38 lakh students had applied for admissions. This year the number of applicants is expected to be higher. The [...]Read More

June 4, 2018
Delhi University Admissions 2018

The admission process of the prestigious Delhi University is going to begin soon. Registration forms for Delhi University UG and PG courses can be filled online till June 7, 2018 till 6 pm. The notification for first cut-off marks list will be out on June 19th, 2018. The dates for entrance exams(for some courses) are 17th to 21st June 2018. The results will be announced in first week of July. Document verification, approval of admission [...]Read More

May 31, 2017
delhi university admissions 2017

It is that time of the year again. CBSE has declared its Class XII results and students are on the threshold of college admissions. Hope, ambitions, and dreams are harnessed as cut-offs are checked, applications filed, and preparations for entrance exams commence. Let us take a look around Delhi University – one of the most coveted universities of the country and try to read the admissions scenario this year. More Admission Seekers Knock DU Doors [...]Read More



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