The University of Delhi has released a special cut-off list for the vacant seats under various colleges for undergraduate programmes. The merit list consists of a list of the empty seats for different undergraduate programmes offered by the listed and affiliated colleges under Delhi University have been mentioned.
The special cut-off has been released in three lists separately for Arts and Commerce, Science and BA Programme. Candidates must visit the official website of Delhi University (du.ac.in) to view the merit list. The merit list has been released in the form of a PDF which requires no credentials for login.
How to View DU UG Special Cut-Off List?
Candidates who had registered for the Delhi University admissions for the current academic year for undergraduate programmes must follow the steps mentioned below to view the special cut-off list. A direct link for each cut-off list has also been provided separately, for the ease of the candidates:
- Visit the official website – du.ac.in
- At the top of the landing page, click on the tab titled, “Admissions 2020.”
- Click on the tab.
- Now on the right-hand side of the page, find the tab which mentions “Information About UG Admissions 2020.”
- Scroll down the section to find the list of special cut-offs listed.
- Click on the cut-off list which you want to view.
- View the list and save a copy of the same for future reference.
Click here to view the Special Cut-Off 2020-21 – Arts & Commerce
Click here to view the Special Cut-Off 2020-21 – BA(Prog.)
Click here to view the Special Cut-Off 2020-21 – Science
According to the press release by Delhi University, it was mentioned that the special cut-off was released on 23 November 2020. Following which the admissions will begin from 24 November 2020 and continue till 27 November 2020. The varsity is planning to release the DU sixth cut off on 28 November 2020; whereas the DU seventh cut off list is expected to be out on 5 December 2020. The admissions for various undergraduate programmes under the sixth and seventh lists will commence from 30 November 2020 and 7 December 2020, respectively.