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Over 4,100 apply for Delhi University admission under fourth cut off list

Over 4,100 candidates applied for admission to Delhi University's undergraduate courses under the fourth cut off list on Monday, officials said.

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Over 4,100 candidates applied for admission to Delhi University's undergraduate courses under the fourth cut off list on Monday, officials said.

"A total of 4,102 candidates applied for admission on first day under the fourth cut off list out of which 1,682 wre approved today itself," a senior DU official said.

The on Saturday announced the fourth cut-off list, with over 64 per cent seats already filled so far.

"Over 55,000 seats were filled earlier, however, after cancellations and withdrawals, the final number is 45,542. There are total 70,000 seats this year," the official said.

As per the fourth cut-off list announced on Saturday, many courses were closed for different categories while there was a dip of one to two per cent in certain courses.

This year, the admission process is completely being held online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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First Published: Mon, November 02 2020. 23:06 IST