DU Cut off 2019 - The University of Delhi has released the eighth DU 2019 cut off after evaluating the number of seats left for admissions in UG programmes on August 26, 2019. Candidates can check the eight cut off of DU 2019 by visiting the official website of the university. The university has earlier, released the seventh and sixth DU 2019 cut off on August 05 and July 31, 2019, respectively. The DU cut off 2019 is released individually by the DU affiliated colleges on their respective official websites. The DU 2019 cut off contains the minimum marks at which candidates are given admission to different UG programmes in different affiliated DU colleges. It must be noted that the cut off marks for all the reserved categories are different than the Unreserved/General category. The DU affiliated colleges released DU 2019 cut off lists based on the vacancy of seats available in the colleges after each list of DU cut off 2019 was released. A consolidated list containing the cut off for all the 90 colleges and the different categories is also released on the university website for different UG programmes.
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After the release of every DU 2019 cut off list, candidates must check the cut off against their aggregate and fill the DU admission form 2019 UG on the Delhi University admission portal. After this, they must attend the document verification process which is held in the different colleges. After the document verification process is complete candidates have to pay the DU admission 2019 fee online through the portal and confirm their admissions. Candidates can also cancel their admission in the University of Delhi by following the steps for which are given below in this article. Read more to check the first cut off trend from the previous years and the process of admission after cut off.
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DU first cutoff list
June 28, 2019 (Released)
Document verification for 1st cutoff
June 28 to July 1, 2019 (Except Sunday)
DU second cutoff list
July 3, 2019 (Released)
Document verification for 2nd Cutoff
July 4 to 6, 2019
DU third cutoff list
July 8, 2019 (released)
Document verification for DU 3rd cutoff
July 9 to 11, 2019
DU fourth cutoff list
July 13, 2019 (Released)
Document verification for 4th cutoff
July 15 to 17, 2019
DU fifth cutoff list
July 19, 2019 (Released)
Document verification for 5th cutoff
July 20 to 23, 2019 (Except Sunday)
The University of Delhi had released the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth list of DU cutoff for different UG programmes in online mode. The admission in UG programmes of Delhi University is totally based on cutoffs released by different affiliated colleges. Candidates, who are willing to apply for Delhi University admission 2019-20 can take a look at the cut off of affiliated colleges of DU for this year below.
The University of Delhi determines the DU cut off 2019 for the admission to various programmes offered in the affiliated colleges. The following factors will be taken into consideration while preparing the cut off of DU 2019.
Best of Four Subjects – The best of four is the average of the highest marks obtained by candidates in any four subjects of the qualifying Class 12th board examination.
Programme – Also taken for consideration is the undergraduate programme for which the candidate has applied for.
Number of Seats – The total number of seats offered by/ available in the programme which the candidate has applied for will also be considered.
Number of Applicants – The total number of applications received for individual programmes of DU admission
Cutoff Trend – The DU cutoff trend for the different programmes over the years
Given below is the detailed step by step procedure that will be followed after the release of the DU 2019 cut off lists by the different colleges.
Step 1 - As soon as the DU cut off 2019 is released by the university, candidates are required to go through the list and check whether they can get a seat in the desired college for their preferred course. To generate the admission application form of DU admission 2019, candidates need to login to the portal and make the selection of course and college.
Step 2 - After selecting the desired college and courses, candidates need to visit the affiliated college to share their unique registration ID with Teacher-in-Charge of the respective documents. Candidates must also visit the selected college for the verification purpose carrying the following documents -
Class 10th and 12th mark sheet
Class 12th provisional or original certificate
Two passport size self-attested photographs
Transfer and Migration certificate
Class 10th board examination certificate
Step 3 - Candidates are then required to pay the DU admission 2019 fee.
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Candidates who want to make changes in their choices of colleges and courses need to follow the following steps -
Candidate needs to cancel their admission and pay the DU admission withdrawal fee.
Take a print out of the cancellation fee and submit it to the admitted college. Candidates also need to withdraw their original certificates from the admitted college.
Candidates need to follow the complete process again (till step 3) for taking admission in different college or course of DU admission. Only the balance admission fee is to be paid by the candidates and the remaining amount will be refunded to the bank account of the candidate after the last date of DU admission 2019.
Last year, the University of Delhi released as many as 11 cut offs for each of its affiliated colleges and the courses provided by them. The DU cut off is determined on the basis of many factors like seat availability, the number of the applicants, categories of the aspirants etc. To know more about the previous year's cut off trend and have a basic idea of how DU Cut off is being determined by the varsity, take a look in the video below-
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Delhi University has started releasing the cutoff of DU 2019 on June 28, 2019.
The university can release up to 11 cutoffs for the present year. Given the data of the previous year, the university may release as much as 11 cutoffs.
There are many factors which play an important role in deciding DU cutoff including Best of Four marks, the course for which the candidate has applied, number of seats available in that particular course, number of applicants for that particular course and the cutoff trends of the previous years.
Delhi University takes the ‘Best of Four’ aggregate marks, scored by the candidates in their 12th standard. The candidates need to take any four best subjects in which they have scored the highest marks and calculate to take out the cutoff percentage for the DU admission 2019.
After the release of the DU 2019 cutoffs, the candidates are required to visit the respective college (where they want to seek admission) for completing the admission process. At the participating colleges, the authorities will ask the candidates for the official documents and the payment of the academic fee.
The DU cutoff list is made with the help of 'Best of four' calculation with respect to the aggregate marks scored by the candidates in their 12th standard.
The cut off of DU 2019 consists of minimum numbers/marks that a candidate should have in his/her ‘Best of four’ aggregate marks to be eligible for the admission in a certain college. The university may release as many as 11 cutoffs for the academic year 2019-20.
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