The highest number of qualifying candidates are from Tripura (88,889) followed by Maharashtra (79,974).
Last year, the DU had seen nearly 24,000 admissions after the first cut-off list, but this year the number has reached over 29,000, the highest till date.
The first DU cut-off list was released last Saturday, and saw colleges continue with the high application thresholds that have become a trend at the central university.
The project will be implemented by Dept of School Education & Literacy, Ministry of Education & will cover Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala & Odisha.
The state govt also proposes to collect the data of such institutes and details of their infrastructure, basic facilities, fee structure and safety standards.
The JAB has also decided that these candidates will not have to qualify JEE (Main) 2021 and will be allowed to directly appear in JEE (Advanced) 2021.
Delhi University had announced its first cut-off list Saturday. Over 3.54 lakh applicants had applied for admissions to nearly 70,000 seats.
The admission process for Delhi University will begin on 12 October with nearly 70,000 undergraduate seats up for grabs.
Modi govt is set to woo nearly 750,000 students who spend about Rs 1.1 lakh crore each year pursuing degrees overseas, by allowing foreign universities to set up branches in India.
IIT Delhi director says matter will be discussed by Joint Admission Board. But this will be a one-time step and will be extended to only those who have exhausted their two attempts this year.