New Delhi:  After the centralised admission procedure has been scrapped in Delhi University (DU), the colleges are likely to announce six cut-off lists instead of four. The first cut-off list may be announced in the third week of June as exams in DU will be over on June 7.

According to the DU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dinesh Singh, “after announcing the cut-off list students will get four days time for admission. If the seats remain vacant in this period, the colleges may come out with six cut-off lists instead of four.”

The decision can be taken by the colleges keeping the interest of students in mind, he added.
Presently, the DU operates bachelor level courses in 63 colleges.

The students are asked to fill forms in these colleges according to the centralized admission procedure before the announcement of the cut-off lists. The results of CBSE will be declared after May 20, while the cut-off will be announced in the fourth week of June.