DU admissions 2018: The Delhi College has introduced the first cut-off on June 18 as well as the admissions process has actually begun with today. However, the pupils are facing technological glitches
DU admissions 2018: The on-line admission website of the Delhi University, du.ac.in is not functioning since early morning. Numerous trainees and also parents suffered techincal problems. Saloni Sharma a candidate at Ramjas University battled to get her admission slip. “As I am not from Delhi I could not get it published in your home. Because early morning I have actually been going to the various cyber cafe at Patel Breast yet the DU website is down. I will have to come again tomorrow,” stated Sharma that had actually come from Jaipur.
Manipur topper Selina Keisham’s papa claimed, “We are incapable to use today. The colleges have given 3 days to request the initial cut-off, will certainly try once more tomorrow.”
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The initial cut-off for admission right into universities under Delhi University was launched yesterday. Girl Shri Ram College demanded the highest cut-off for BA (programme) which is 98.75 per cent. This year, after English, Bachelor’s Degree program is the second most used program.
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Shri Ram College of Commerce has the greatest cut-off for Economics (Hons) at 98.5%, a boost of 0.5% from in 2015. English (Hons) has the highest possible cut-off at 98% at Hindu University.
This year, the cut-off for most of the programs was above 98 percent. The admission process for the first cut-off will certainly proceed till June 21. The 2nd cut-off will be proclaimed on June 25.
DU admissions 2018: The online admission site of the Delhi University, du.ac.in is not working given that early morning. The initial cut-off for admission into universities under Delhi University was launched the other day. Woman Shri Ram College required the highest possible cut-off for BA (programme) which is 98.75 per cent. The admission process for the first cut-off will certainly continue till June 21.