By Trishna Das, Updated : Jun 23, 2020 13:54 IST
DU UG Admissions 2020: Know All About First Cut-Off/ Online Document Verification

DU UG Admissions 2020: The University of Delhi or Delhi University has started the DU Online registration process for admission to UG and PG courses through its official admission portal. The admission process is being conducted to fill 64,000 seats under the varsity at various affiliated colleges. The DU UG Online Registration process will be open until July 4. Students can apply through the DU official website until the closure of the application process on du.ac.in.

DU UG First Cut-Off List 2020:

Delhi University and its affiliated colleges are all set to release the DU UG Admission first cut 2020 list in the second week of August, as per speculations. Candidates who are looking forward to getting into the UG programmes under the varsity will have to fill the DU online application form of Delhi University admission for the undergraduate programmes such as B.A Hons., BA programme, B.Com Hons., B.Com and B.Sc. if they fulfil the criteria and have scored at the minimum marks as per the first cut off list of DU Admissions 2020. DU has 91 affiliated colleges in which candidates who meet the DU first cut off list 2020 requirements will be eligible for the document verification process.

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DU UG Document Verification for 2020 Admissions:

Candidates fulfilling the cut off marks will have to visit their respective department/college of Delhi University to get their documents verified. Candidates need to make the admission fee payment within 24 hours of approval of their admission. Candidates will have to submit all the necessary documents which they have uploaded at the time of filling the DU UG online application form.

Other Important Updates:

According to the latest developments, this year there will be no deduction of marks on changing streams. 
DU has decided to withdraw the policy of deducting marks for students who changed their stream to apply for UG programmes. Earlier, 5 per cent marks used to be deducted if a student changed his/her stream.