The admission in Delhi University (DU) is in full swing. The first and second cut off for DU Admission 2018 has been released. Many students must have taken admission on the basis of the first cut off. However, now that the second cut off has been released, the students must now be thinking to take admission in another college. The process for changing the college is very simple and is explained on this page. The students should check that they meet the requisite conditions of the cut off and only then proceed to change the college. Read more about the cancellation procedure in the article below.
DU Admission Cancellation Procedure 2018
The cancellation procedure must be completed before the last date of verification of document and approval of admission as given in the table below.
|DU Admission Cancellation Procedure 2018||Important Dates|
|First Cut Off List||19 Jun 2018|
|Verification of document and approval of admission||19 – 21 Jun 2018|
|Second Cut Off List||25 Jun 2018|
|Verification of document and approval of admission||25 – 27 Jun 2018|
|Third Cut Off List||30 Jun 2018|
|Verification of document and approval of admission||30 Jun – 03 Jul 2018|
|Fourth Cut Off List||06 Jul 2018|
|Verification of document and approval of admission||06 – 09 Jul 2018|
|Fifth Cut Off List||12 Jul 2018|
|Verification of document and approval of admission||12 – 14 Jul 2018|
- Withdraw/ Cancel the fee: Click Here to cancel your admission.
- Admission Application Form: Click Here to download the DU Admission Application Form for Re-admission.
What is DU Admission Cancellation Procedure?
Generally, the students take admission with the release of the first cut-off list without making any delay just to secure a seat even when the programme or college opted by them is not their first choice. Then usually the cut-off drops in the second cut-off list allowing the students to go for their first choice. On the basis of the fresh cut off list, the student needs to withdraw/cancel their admission from college/ programme opted by them previously and after cancellation only they can take admission in other course or college.
Steps For DU Admission Cancellation Procedure 2018
The students can check the step-by-step instruction as given below to cancel the admission in DU:
Step 1: Click on the link which is given above for DU Cancellation Procedure
Step 2: Next, you need to log in using the details like Username and Password. Click on “Login” button to submit the details.
Step 3: Through the dashboard, cancel your admission online, and pay the requisite Admission Cancellation/withdrawal fee.
Step 4: Take a print out of the receipt of the cancellation fee. Next, you have to submit the print out of the receipt of the cancellation fee to the college where you were admitted and withdraw your original certificates.
How To Re-take Admission In Another College?
Now, that you have withdrawn your admission, just simply follow the instructions as given below to take admission in another college.
- Login back to your dashboard and select the appropriate Course and College to generate the Admission application form.
- Report at the college along with the set of original documents and self-attested photocopies of the relevant documents.
- Log in again to pay the Admission Fee online. Now, once the fee is paid successfully through the link provided on your dashboard, your admission process to that particular college is complete. However, this time you will have to pay only the balance fee of the new college in which you wish to take admission.
Note: Any extra amount paid by the student will be refunded after the last date of admission to the bank account of the candidate.
DU Cut Off Lists
This year, the Delhi University will release five cut offs as per the schedule given above. On the basis of the cut off and fulfillment of other eligibility criteria, the candidates can take admission in the college.
- Click Here to check the DU Cut Off 2018
DU Admission 2018
The admission in Undergraduate programs in DU is done either by Merit or by the Entrance Test. This year over 3 lakh students registered for almost 55,000 seats for the undergraduate courses i.e. for merit and entrance both. The University of Delhi, which is more commonly known as Delhi University or DU, is one of the renowned premier institutions in the country. It was established in 1922 as a unitary university by a Central Legislative Assembly act. Presently, DU has 90 colleges, 87 departments, 13 centers and 16 faculties spread across the capital.