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With 18% Of Seats Vacant, DU To Announce Third Cut-off List on October 24

With 12,353 seats vacant in undergraduate courses, Delhi University (DU) may announce a third cut-off list on October 24. Earlier out of 70,000 UG seats in DU, more than 82% were filled after the second cut off list offered admissions to 22,147 students. While some courses were totally closed others saw a major decline in the required cut-off. Reportedly, due to Covid-19 spread the admission process is being conducted online.

Sat, 24 Oct 2020 - 12:31 PM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

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