Colleges affiliated to the Delhi University (DU) have published their first cut-off list for different undergraduate courses on their respective websites.
The cut-off for BA (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) subjects remain above 95 percent in many DU colleges. If the students are seeking admissions in the science stream, then they must score 97 percent in the class 12th board in order to get admissions in the top colleges of the Delhi University.
The steps to check the DU cut-off list for UG courses 2019 is as follows
- Visit the official website of the Delhi University du.ac.in
- Now, on the homepage, click on the undergraduate section
- A PDF containing the complete list of cut-off will display on your screen
- Download it and check the college-wise and subject-wise cut-off list
The detailed schedule of DU Cut release dates for 2019 is as follows
- First cut off release date: June 28 to July 1, 2019
- Second cut off release date: July 4 to July 7, 2019
- Third cut off release date: July 9 to July 11, 2019
- Fourth cut off release date: July 15 to July 17, 2019
- The fifth cut off release date: July 20 to July 23, 2019
Interested and eligible students, who are seeking admission into different colleges in DU, will be asked to pay their Admission Fee after the completion of the document verification process. Candidates will be asked to pay the fee by net banking, credit card or debit card in a certain time frame and a link to pay fees will be generated on the admission portal of the DU website. Once the required fee is paid, only then eligible students will be granted provisional admission to their desired colleges.
The complete list of documents required for admission includes the Class 10 and 12 Mark Sheets, Birth certificate and 3 recent passport size photographs. A caste certificate or sports documents need to be included if applicable. The eligible students will have to produce the originals of the required mandatory documents to the College within a week after the last day of UG Admissions for forensic verification. However, if they fail to do so, then the admission of the said provisional student may be canceled by the College.
A candidate eligible in a previous cut-off list will be allowed to take admissions only in the last hour of the third day of the admission based on an ongoing cut-off list subject to the availability of vacant seats, according to Delhi University.