Delhi University (DU) Fourth Cut off 2018 Released: Live Updates
Apratim Chatterjee, 06 Jul 2018, #DU

Delhi University (DU) Fourth Cut off 2018 Released: Live Updates - Various DU College has released the DU 2018 Fourth Cutoff on July 5, 2018 (Today). The University of Delhi constituent colleges have begun announcing the DU fourth cutoff 2018 for admissions to different undergraduate programmes including those under BA (Hons.), BCom (Hons.) and BSc (Hons.) courses. According to the schedule, the DU Colleges were to announce the DU 4th cutoff on July 5, 2018, however, some of the colleges like Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (SBSC), PGDAV College, Gargi College, Ramjas College, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) and Kirori Mal College (KMC) have already announced their respective DU 4th cutoff for UG admissions on July 5, 2018, itself. The Delhi University 2018 applicants aspiring to get admissions in the DU college of their choice with the preferred UG programme can check here the live updates on DU 4th cutoff 2018 on every instance. As and when the DU 2018 colleges announce their respective cutoffs for the fourth round of DU admissions 2018, the Delhi University aspirants like you can find here the updates on DU 4th cutoff.

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The DU 4th Cutoff Live Updates are give DU 2018 admission aspirants like you a timely update on which of the colleges have announced their cutoff, even as the colleges lower their UG admission cutoff and also close the admissions in a few programmes. Candidates can check below the college-wise live updates on Delhi University 2018 4th Admission List.

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12:00 AM (July 6, 2018) - Delhi University has released Art, Commerce and Science DU 2018 4th Cut off list. check below -

To Check DU 2018 Fourth Cut off for Art & Commerce - Click here
To Check DU 4th Cut off 2018 for Science programme - Click here


9:00 PM - Shivaji College has released DU 2018 Fourth Cut off -


8:45 PM - Zakir Husain College has released DU 4th Cut off 2018 -




7:56 PM - Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College has released DU Fourth Cut off 2018 -


7:53 PM - Deshbandhu College has released DU Fourth Cut off 2018, Highest Cut off is 92% for BCom (Hons) check below for more.


7:20 PM - Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College has released DU 4th Cut off 2018 -


6:50 PM - Satyawati Evening College has released DU Fourth Cut off 2018 -

6:16 PM - Acharya Narendra Dev College has released DU Fourth Cut off 2018 -

6:10 PM - Bhagini Nivedita College has released DU 2018 Fourth Cut off -


5:55 PM - Shyam Lal Evening College has released DU Fourth Cut off 2018 -

5:40 PM - Jesus & Mary College OR JMC has released DU 2018 Fourth Cut off -

5:15 PM - Shaheed Bhagat Singh College has released DU Fourth Cut off 2018 -

5:10 PM - Maharaja Agrasen College has released DU 2018 Fourth Cut off -

5:06 PM - College of Vocational Studies has released DU 2018 4th Admission List -

5:00 PM - Kirori Mal College has released DU 2018 Fourth Admission List - (CLICK HERE) OR Check below -

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4:55 PM - Ramjas College has released DU 4th Cutoff 2018 -

4:52 PM - Gargi College has released DU Fourth 2018 Cutoff -


4:40 PM - Swami Shraddhanand College has released DU IV 2018 Cutoff -


4:38 PM - Vivekananda College has released DU 4th 2018 Cutoff -


4:20 PM - Hindu College has released DU IV Cutoff 2018 -


4:00 PM - SRCC has released DU 2018 Fourth Cutoff -

3:25 PM - Satyawati College (Day) has released DU Fourth Cutoff 2018 -


2:50 PM - Aryabhatta College has released DU 2018 Fourth Cutoff -


2:20 PM - Sri Aurobindo Evening College has released it's Fourth Cutoff 2018 -


1:25 PM - PGDAV Evening has released it's Fourth Cutoff 2018 -



Delhi University 2018 Fourth Cutoff: Why DU 4th Cutoff 2018?

The Delhi University is to announce as many as five cutoffs for admissions to the undergraduate programmes in different colleges affiliated to the university.

There may be some seats in a number of programmes vacant even after the third round of admissions in the Delhi University colleges. Thereby, for the vacant seats, each college of the university is to publish a DU fourth cutoff.


Delhi University 2018 Fourth Cutoff: What if you don’t get an admission?

Even if you can’t get a Delhi University seat in the preferred programme and college of your choice in the fourth round, don’t worry as you have one more round to go.

There may be chances that Delhi University lowers the DU Fifth cutoff for the programme you choose for.

Keep checking this page for latest updates of DU Fourth Cutoff 2018.

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Can a BBA student do MA history ? Is it possible from du?

sarthak goel 22nd Nov, 2019

Hello Arti,

Well sorry to tell you but it is not possible for a BBA student to complete his MA History. The eligibility criteria is basically you grades during your graduation, which should be greater than 50%. Apart from this in order to do a MA degree you should first possess a BA degree. BBA is more of buisnees oriented.

Therefore, please take care of this.  You may consider IGNOU, where there is no least eligibility, and you can just walk in and get admission, and do you MA with corespondence.

For Delhi university, you should have a B.A(hons) degree in history with marks greater than 60%, and you should score at least 50% in M.A Admission test.

For more information, you may refer to the eleigibility criteria of D.U.

Hope this helps



I want to pursue literature (MA in English) . I want to try the entrances at JNU , Jamia Milia and Delhi University, respectively . What are courses I need to study ? And where would I get the books and question papers for clearing the entrances ? Also, I want to know about the registration process.

S. Balaji 22nd Nov, 2019

The minimum eligibility criterion required for the candidates is to possess a Bachelor's degree in English or relevant discipline from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate score of 60%.Jun 15, 2019

Eligibility: Graduation degree in English with minimum 60% marks in aggregate

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Admission Process: Entrance exam based or merit-based

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sir i got 74 percent in 12 CBSE exam SC candidate but sir i was with maths stream and i was fail in it. but in our school 6 subjects were there and.. ..maths as optional.. i m having 74 % including subjects physics, chemistry, english, hindi, physical education. can i apply for BA DU

Yash Dev Student Expert 22nd Nov, 2019
Hello student yes you can apply for BA DU as eligibility criteria says that - To apply for DU Undergraduate programmes candidates must qualify their Class 12 examination from any recognized board. Students need atleast 55%marks in any stream for apply in du ba programme.

Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
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Best Bsc hons (zoology) college in Delhi University, dwarka side ?

Meghna Mukul 22nd Nov, 2019


There is no college in my knowledge which offers B.Sc Zoology Honours and is situated in Dwarka. The nearest college where you can study B.Sc zoology is Sir Venkateshwara College in South Delhi. Other than that there are other colleges in Delhi University which offer B.Sc Zoology Honours:

  1. Hindu College
  2. Hansraj College
  3. Ramjas College

I hope this will be helpful.


sir mere overall%43.2 hai.or pcb me 45%.may obc cetogry se belong krti hu,sir kya may improvement exm du ya,improvement exm diye bina may neet2020 ka exm de sakti hu....plz give me good suggestion sir......

Aditya kumar Student Expert 21st Nov, 2019
Hello there!

You don't need to appear for an improvement exam to be eligible for Neet examination as the minimum percentage required for an obc category student to be eligible for Neet is 40% aggregate in pcb; so you are eligible for neet with 45 % aggregate in pcb being an obc category student.

Check the neet eligibility criteria provided below :-

  • To be eligible for Neet 2020 you need to be at least 17 years old by December 31st, 2020
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For detailed information about neet eligibility and more go through

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