DU Admissions 2023: First Cut-off List Date

Delhi University (DU) admissions for the academic year 2023–2024 started at the same time as the CUET UG Result 2023 was made public. According to the official announcement, the much-anticipated initial cut-off list will be made public on October 10, 2023.

Note: According to the official announcement, the much-anticipated initial cut-off list will be made public on October 10, 2023.

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The DU 2023 first cut-off list will be made available on the Delhi University’s official website by the university’s colleges, including Lady Shri Ram College, Hansraj College, SRCC, Ramjas College, Kirori Mal College, Ramanujan College, Jesus and Mary College, Deshbandhu College, and others.

Delhi University explains how the merit list would be determined for admissions.

The DU 1st cutoff 2023 is anticipated to be as high as 99.37 percent, similar to the previous year. Applicants for admission to Delhi University who meet the initial cutoff can submit an application.

Admission to Delhi University colleges would be based on the DU’s first cut-off list. The applicants must also pay the admission fee by the deadline. The total number of applicants, the program(s) applied for, CUET scores, the number of open seats, and other considerations are considered while creating the DU seat allotment list.

It is significant to note that this year, CUET results will be utilized to determine admission to DU rather than Class 12 results. On September 12, the university opened the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) 2023 application portal to make the process easier.

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Three processes will be involved in admission using the Common Seat Allocation System: submitting the CSAS-2023 application form, choosing programs and entering preferences, and seat allocation and admission.

Through the DU admissions process in 2023, there will be over 70,000 seats available each year in 91 connected universities. Only candidates who have attained the DU initial cut-off 2023 marks for any undergraduate program in their preferred college will be taken into consideration.

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