No stream-wise cutoffs for DU admissions; 2,000 more seats likely
According to the latest official news revolving around, there has been a major change in the ways of admission under Delhi University courses. Now, stream wise cut-offs are at halt for undergraduate (UG) admissions for the 2015-16 session at Delhi University (DU), with the idea of providing a constant supplementary suitability criteria for admissions. The uniform percentage criteria will be applicable for all the streams, I.e. Humanities (previously being the lowest), Science (previously being in the middle) and Commerce (previously being the highest).
According to the new uniform percentage criteria, a total of 2.5 % points will be deducted from the overall best of four aggregate, in case the applied subjects does not commits being an integral part of 12th or is not included in the aggregate of best four. Minority colleges such as St Stephen's and Jesus and Mary College are exempted from this policy, as they apply their own rules and norms and separate cutoff lists.
Online registration for DU UG admissions for 2015-16 started off from Thursday, May 28, 2015 and offline will be regulated from Friday, June 5, 2015 to Monday, June 15, 2015. The first cut-off under this new criterion will be waived off on Thursday, June 25, 2015. With the increasing demands, DU is planning to stretch the number of UG seats by 2,000, across courses, and will be put to use this or next year reservedly.