Delhi University 2014 Cutoff
Apratim Chatterjee, 19 Mar 2015, #DU

Delhi University 2014 Cutoff - Delhi University Colleges have announced the first cutoff list for admissions to the various courses under the 3-Yr UG programme in the academic session 2014 on June 30 late night. Earlier Delhi University Colleges were to release first cutoff on June 24.

Amid continuing standoff between Delhi University and UGC on UG programme structure, the DU colleges have deferred June 24 cutoff announcement for admission to their undergraduate programme even as DU website changed its FYUP text to Undergraduate Programme on June 23. Click here to read more.

University of Delhi had invited applications for several undergraduate programmes under its different faculties for admissions to the central university from June 2. You would be admitted to the colleges of Delhi University for the courses you have filled in your Delhi University 2014 applications, once you meet Delhi University 2014 cutoff and eligibility criteria for the programme; you have chosen to take admission.

 

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DU Admission Cut-off and Counselling – During the admission season of 2014, Delhi University Colleges shall release separate cutoff list and you will be shortlisted based on your marks obtained in 12th standard meeting the required cutoff for 2014 admissions.

 

Thereafter, the admissions will be made through counseling where candidates need to present their documents including Class 10th and 12th mark sheets, Class 12th Original Certificate, Character Certificate, Photographs before the college admission committee.

The counselling procedure may be carried in 3 or more phases as per the counselling requirements. Last year, however, the counseling process for some of the colleges went upto 10 phases.

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You can check here for all the phases of Delhi University 2014 cutoff list, as they are released by the Delhi University Colleges during 2014 admissions.

 

Click here for St. Stephen's College 1st Cutoff List

Click here for First Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges

Click here for Second Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges

Click here for Third Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges
Click here for Fourth Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges
Click here for Seventh Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges
Click here for Eighth Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges
Click here for Ninth Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges
Click here for Tenth Cutoff List of Delhi University Colleges
 

*Disclaimer - The links will be generated as and when the official links are made available by the University Colleges

Delhi University 2014 Admissions Important Dates
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