In pictures: DU admission process underway

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Archit kumar Srivastava | July 6, 2016 | New Delhi


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As the admission process for various undergraduate courses is under way in Delhi University, the college campuses are hobnobbed with students and their parents completing the formalities.

The university has received approximately 2.5 lakh applications for the 54,000 seats in 63 colleges. As compared to the last year, the cut-off this time is slightly low providing some relief to students. No DU college has kept the ceiling at 100 percent this year.
 


























 











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