The Delhi University has released its second cutoff on Saturday. Experts do not expect a major fall in the second list. According to officials, 35,000 seats out of 70,000 have already been filled despite the high cut-offs. A total of 320,441 students have completed their registration process so far. Due to the pandemic, the entire process is online.
Students can mark the seat in by logging into the dashboard on the UG admission portal to choose the course and college they wish to claim. The dashboard is available at du.ac.in. In order to claim the seat, students will have to pay the fee. The student has to pay the fees within the deadline and have to save the acknowledgment slip.
In the second counseling, the students can change their college. For this, they have to wait for the second cutoff to release and have to cancel their earlier admission and apply again for the new one. Students need to have the withdrawal admission slip saved with them.