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Delhi University's mission admission continues
With the third cut off list of the Delhi University out, many students are still awaiting their chance to get into the university and experience campus life. However, it is also advised that the students keep a tight watch on empty seats.

THE CAMPUS life of Delhi University is considered to be one of the best not only in India but also internationally. Every year we see many students coming in from various parts of the world to secure admission in this university. With the first two cut-offs already out, there is a mad rush to get admission for the few available seats.
 
Although the third cut-off list is already out, the list was published on Delhi University’s website on Saturday. The idea behind releasing the University’s list on Saturday was to make the students get a hang of the university website completely, and make themselves acquainted with the admission procedure.
 
The DU authorities have worked with complete strategy. The admission process that begins on July 28 shall continue till July 1. However, there are possibilities that many colleges will issue cut-off list after July 1 also.
 
Since the cut-off list was released online on Saturday, many aspiring students spent the entire day collecting admission information from the website.
 
Siddhart Khatri, an aspiring DU student, who was waiting for the third cut-off list to enroll himself in Economics (Hons), said that he has been busy checking out the website list and will now directly go to college where he qualifies the admission requirements.
 
While many students are seeing a ray of hope to be a part of DU campus life, others are upset that admission in good courses and colleges is now closed. Harish Bajaj, who is seeking admission in Venkateswara College, is not at all happy with the third cut-off.
 
However, he plans to visit the college and speak with the authorities for this admission chances. It's also advised that students, who are not able to get through DU admission, should keep themselves updated about vacant seats available once the entire admission process is closed. 
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