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Delhi University's first round of admission ends; around 15,000 students admitted

New Delhi: Delhi University's first cut-off list admissions ended at midnight on Thursday with nearly 30 per cent of the total seats taken.

 Delhi Universitys first round of admission ends; around 15,000 students admitted

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According to the admissions cell of the university, till 7 pm on Thursday, around 15,000 students were admitted in the first cut-off.

The university on Wednesday had extended the deadline for paying the admission fee online till 11.59 pm on Thursday for students in the first cut-off list, whose admissions were approved by the colleges.

According to sources, 395 students have been admitted as against the total of 955 seats in the Rajdhani college.

The second cut-off list will be announced on 1 July and it is expected to accommodate a large number of students.

"The university is providing additional features to the colleges during the admissions for the second cut-off list," said Ashutosh Bhardwaj, officer on special duty for admissions.

However, during the first cut-off admissions, a section of the students and parents had alleged that some colleges denied admission even after verification of certificates.

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Updated Date: Jun 30, 2017 07:05:02 IST

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