The first cut off list for admissions is most likely to be released online on the 19th of June 2019 on the official website
Students must note that course-wise, and category wise merit list of students who appear in the entrance test, will be available on the official website for admissions for 2019-20 academic year. Later, the colleges will announce the cut off marks based on the merit list.
Steps To Check DU Cut-Off List
The steps to check DU Cut-Off List 2019 are as follows
- Login to the DU portal/official website du.ac.in
- Tap on the link which is relevant to you on the homepage
- DU first cut-off list will appear on your computer screen
- Download the list and take a print out for future reference
A lot of new changes are taking place in this year’s admission process at Delhi University. Such changes will make the admission process more convenient and stress-free for students.
With an additional price of Rs 100, students will now be able to edit their forms after filling them. Yoga which was previously included under sports quota is now a part of ECA. The cancellation fee will now be Rs 1000 which earlier used to be Rs 500 (only one cancellation is allowed per cut-off list). Students will now be able to see the total number of seats, number of seats that have been filled in a particular course at a college on the admission portal so that they can apply accordingly.
Modern Indian Languages are now included in the list of academic subjects. With this, students will now be able to include them in their best four without facing the 2.5 % deduction. A 10% increase in the seats for EWS reservation will take place this year. A separate cut-off list will be released for EWS category this year.
For in-depth information and details regarding admissions, one can can also download the DU Express Android Application for all the news regarding DU Admissions 2019. On can also get in touch with the university on the numbers given below.
Delhi University Contact Number – (011) 27667011, 27667190, 27667853
About Delhi University
Founded in 1922, the University of Delhi (DU) is currently one of the largest institutions of higher learning in India. The university offers numerous Undergraduate, Postgraduate, M.Phil and Doctoral courses in various specializations to students. The university is accredited (Grade ‘A’) by NAAC and also 5 Departments of the university namely Chemistry, Geology, Zoology, Sociology, and History have been awarded the status of the Centres of Advanced Studies