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Delhi University on 08 July had released 3rd cut off list for all colleges for admissions to its various undergraduate programmes after their first and second cut-off. Candidates who are not eligible to take admission as per previous cut-offs can now see this cut-off to check if now they can take admission. Those students who are waiting for the third cut off list to be released are informed that Delhi University had announced 3rd cut off list for admissions to UG programmes. Those Students who are expecting a slight decline in cut-off can check DU 3rd Cut-off list 2014 from the link provided here. A large number of students can now enroll themselves for the degree courses for the session 2014-2015.

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Official Website: www.du.ac.in
Candidates can see detailed 1st 2nd 3rd DU Cut-off list 2014 for All Colleges: 
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Delhi University Cut-Off- DU Admissions 2014

Candidates can view the cut-off of delhi University colleges from the link provided above. The cut-off list is a pdf file which should be downloaded and can be viewed with a pdf reader namely adobe or acrobat. After visiting the above link, candidates can download any cut-off for any college. For downloading they just need to click on third cut-off given on right side of each college. Very few seats are vacent in some colleges after the first and second cut-off. This cut-off is slightly lower than the previous ones. These cut-off lists does not have any B.Tech. and Bachelor of Management Studies courses since Delhi University had discontinued these courses.
Who can apply to take admission in Delhi University after 3rd cut-off:
Those candidates who are not able to get admission in any colleges after the 1st and 2nd cut offcan now check for the lower cut off in a college and can apply for that if their eligibility meets the cut-off criteria. Also if a candidate had not filled the centralised DU form for admission, but want to take admission. That candidate also can still take admission if he/she clears the cut off for the particular course in a college.

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