DU released second special cut-off list, admission process will be closed on this date

Delhi University Admissions: The admission process for all undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) courses of Delhi University will close on December 31. Meanwhile, the second special cut-off list has been released by the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB). Students can check the DU NCWEB cut-off special list for B.Com and BA programs at Candidates can apply online on the official website from Friday i.e. 17 December. DU has said that the second special cut-off is for those candidates who were eligible. But due to any reason could not take or take admission in the earlier fifth cut-off.

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Delhi University will start the admission process in the academic year 2022-23 through the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET). The Academic Council of the University has approved CUCET as a criteria for admission to Undergraduate (UG), Postgraduate (PG) courses from the academic year 2022-23. Candidates can check the UG/PG program details on the official website-

This is a necessary guide

  • The second special cut-off is for the candidates who were eligible. But could not take admission in the first 5th cut-off due to any reason.
  • The announcement of the second special cut-off is subject to the availability of vacant seats in the schedule + NCWEB College Centre.
  • The second particular cut-off will be the final cut-off list of the respective program NCWEB College Center.
  • Applicants who have secured admission in any program college of Delhi University in any of the earlier five cut-off lists will not be eligible to participate in the particular cut-off.
  • Merely applying against the second particular cut-off does not guarantee admission to the candidate.
  • In case a candidate fails to apply or fails to pay the fee (if approved) within the stipulated time period given in the schedule, no complaint will be entertained.

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