DU Cut off 2020 - The University of Delhi will start to release the DU 2020 cut off from the last week of June, in online mode. DU cut off 2020 will be the percentage of marks that aspiring candidates have to secure in their class 12th if they seek to grab a seat in undergraduate programmes through DU admission 2020. Further, the University is expected to release 8-10 DU cut off lists for admissions to over 56,000 seats across 90 participating colleges. DU cut off list 2020 may continue to be released till the last week of August. It must be noted that DU 2020 cutoff marks will vary as per the different categories, programmes and colleges. Candidates can check on this page DU cut off 2020 for Arts, Commerce and Science streams. The authorities calculate the DU 2020 cut off marks using the best of four subjects in class 12th. As there’s no entrance test for DU UG admissions, the cut off marks of DU admission are determined based on candidates marks/performance in class 12th/qualifying examination. Check the cut off marks of DU for different colleges, courses & categories below.
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The University of Delhi offers admission to eligible candidates into the available undergraduate programmes based on the marks/percentage students are able to secure in class 12th/qualifying examinations. There are around 90 participating colleges of University of Delhi that offer admission to UG programmes based on DU admission cut off marks. Thus, when it comes to admissions, the University admits candidates to different UG programmes based on DU cut off which is considered in terms of percentage of marks in 12th/qualifying exams. So, this means that aspiring candidates have to either secure aggregate marks in class 12th equal to or more than the cut off DU 2020.
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The cut off of DU is released in different rounds, but the number of rounds is not fixed. It is determined by the number of seats filled/vacant. In 2018, the University of Delhi had released the DU cutoff in 11 rounds, while in 2019, the University had released only 8 DU cut off lists for UG admissions. Thus, it’s expected that DU 2020 cut off may be released in 8-10 rounds.
DU first cut off list
Last week of June 2020
Document verification for 1st cutoff
DU second cut off list
First week of July 2020
Document verification for 2nd Cutoff
DU third cut off list
Second week of July 2020
Document verification for DU 3rd cutoff
DU fourth cut off list
Document verification for 4th cutoff
Third week of July 2020
DU fifth cut off list
Document verification for 5th cutoff
Fourth week of July 2020
DU sixth cut off list
Document verification for 6th cutoff
First week of August 2020
DU 7th cut off list
Document verification for 7th DU cutoff
Second week of August 2020
DU 8th cut off list
Last week of August 2020
Document verification for 8th DU cutoff
There are various benefits of knowing the cut off marks of University of Delhi admissions. Candidates seeking admission in undergraduate programmes across the participating institutes of DU can know the advantages here:
1. Gives you an idea of the aggregate marks you have to secure in class 12.
2. You get to know the cut off marks for different streams of UG admissions and various colleges of University of Delhi, as per the different categories of candidates.
3. Looking at the DU cutoff marks candidates can plan for their 12th exams in a way that they get the desired marks in class 12th for the college/course they are targetting as per their categories.
The University of Delhi releases round-wise, college-wise and category-wise DU admission cut off every year to determine how many candidates can be offered admission to which all UG programmes based on their performance in 12th. The DU cut off 2020 will be released by the University during the time of admission process. However, based on the past trends and the analysis of DU previous years’ cut off, we have prepared DU expected cutoff 2020 for some top colleges of Delhi University for the benefit of the aspirants. Looking at the DU 2020 expected cut off candidates will get to know their admission chances in different UG programmes. The tables below contain DU expected cut off 2020 in terms of range of percentage of marks that candidates have to obtain to gain entry into different UG programmes in around 90 colleges of DU. Check DU 2020 expected cutoff for top participating colleges of Delhi University as per the programmes and different categories.
BA (Hons.) Economics
B.Sc (Hons.) Botany
B.Sc (Hons.) Statistics
B.Sc (Prog.) Physical Science with Electronics
B.A. (H) Bengali
B.A. (H) Economics
B.A. (H) Philosophy
B.Sc. (H) Chemistry
B.A. (H) English
B.A. (H) Hindi
B.A. (H) History
BA (Hons.) English
BA (Hons.) Sanskrit
BSc. Life Science
BSc. Physical Science (Chem)
BA (Hons.) Hindi
BA (Hons.) History
BA (Hons.) Political Science
BSc. (H) Chemistry
BSc. (H) Mathematics
BSc. (H) Physics
BSc. Life Sciences
B.A. (Hons.) Political Science
B.A. (Hons.) Hindi
B.Sc (Prog.) Life Science
B.Sc (Hons.) Zoology
B.Sc (Hons.) Mathematics
B.Sc (Hons.) Electronics
B.Sc (Hons.) Computer Science
B.Sc (Hons.) Chemistry
B.A. (Hons.) History
B.A. (Hons.) English
B.A. (Hons.) Economics
BSc. (Hons.) Food Tech.
BSc. (Hons.) Home Science
BSc. (Pass.) Home Science
Candidates can check here DU previous year cut off for 2019. The DU admission cutoff below for the previous year has been mentioned as per the percentage of marks candidates need to have in their qualifying examination to be able to get admission across the participating institutes of University of Delhi. Check DU cut off 2019 as per the different colleges and categories of candidates. The DU previous year’s cutoff has been collated for the top DU colleges in the tables given below. For rest of the participating colleges of DU and their previous year cut off of DU, click on the different links in the tables on this page.
The cut off of Delhi University was released in 8 rounds in 2019. Candidates can check from the table below the DU cut off marks as per the DU cutoff lists released in 8 rounds. The cut off lists of DU for 8 rounds include cut off marks as per the different colleges and categories of candidates.
DU First Cut off 2019
DU Second Cut off 2019
DU Third Cut off 2019
DU Fourth Cut off 2019
DU Fifth Cut off 2019
DU Sixth Cut off 2019
DU Seventh Cut off 2019
DU Eighth Cut off 2019
Candidates can check the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth DU cut off lists for some top colleges of DU in 2019 for admission to different UG programmes. The admission in UG programmes of Delhi University is totally based on cutoffs released by different affiliated colleges. Take a look at the DU previous year cutoff for top colleges of University of Delhi.
Kirori Mal College Cutoff
Hindu College Cutoff
St. Stephen’s College Cutoff
Hansraj College Cutoff
Miranda House Cutoff
SGTB Khalsa College Cut Off
Lady Irwin College Cutoff
Ramjas College Cutoff
Gargi College Cutoff
The University of Delhi determines the DU cut off for the admission to various programmes offered by the affiliated colleges based on a few factors as mentioned below. While preparing the cutoff marks of DU, these factors are taken into account.
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 – The undergraduate programme for which the candidate has applied for is also considered.
Number of Seats – The total number of seats offered by/ available in the programme is critical too in terms of determining the cut off of DU.
Number of Applicants – The total number of applications received for individual programmes of DU admission.
Once the DU cutoff marks are released, it’s important to know what would be the next step for admission to UG programmes like BA, BSc. and B.Com at the affilated colleges of DU. Check DU admission process after the release of the cut off marks of DU here.
Step 1 - After the DU cut off 2020 is released, candidates have to check the possibility of their admission in the desired college for their preferred course as per the decided cut off of DU. Further, they need to get access to the admission application form which can be generated by loggin into the DU admission portal and selecting course and college of their choice.
Step 2 - After selecting the desired college and courses, candidates have to visit the affiliated college to share their unique registration ID with the Teacher-in-Charge. Candidates must also visit the selected college for the document verification purpose for which they need to carry 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 - Post document verification, they need to pay the DU admission fee.
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If you want to make changes in their choices of colleges and courses, then follow the following steps-
Cancel your admission and pay the DU admission withdrawal fee.
Take a print out of the cancellation fee and submit it to the admitted college. Also withdraw your original certificates from the admitted college.
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 2020.
Check DU previous year cut off for the year 2018 for undergraduate arts, commerce and science programmes from the tables given below.
BA (Hons) Economics
BA (Hons) English
BA (Hons) Philosophy
Hans Raj College
BA (Hons) Hindi
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College
B. Com (Hons.)
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
Kirori Mal College
Sri Venkateswara College
Daulat Ram College
Shyam Lal College
B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry
B.Sc (Hons) Botany
B.Sc (Hons) Physics
B.Sc Physics Hons.
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College
B.Sc (Hons) Electronics
Dyal Singh College
Lady Irwin College
B.Sc (Hons) Home Science
B.Sc Food Technology
B.Sc (Pass) Home Science
Acharya Narendra Dev College
DU cut off 2020 is expected to be released from the last week of June. Further, on different dates various cut off lists may be released till August.
As last year 8 cut off lists of DU were released, it’s expected that around 8-10 DU cut off lists will be released for DU admissions 2020.
The factors which determine the DU cutoff are total number of seats offered at different programmes of different colleges, marks secured by the candidates in class 12th (best of four), total number of registrations for DU admissions, and a particular programme a candidate has applied for.
The University of Delhi takes into account the ‘Best of Four’ aggregate marks scored by the candidates in their 12th class. So, you have to take into account any four best subjects in which you have scored the highest marks and calculate to take out the cutoff percentage for the DU admission 2020.
The cut of of Hindu College last year was 97.37 for Gen, 96.12 for EWS, 94.25 for OBC, 90.25 for SC and 83.25 for ST category for B.Com Honours programme.
No, the cut off of SRCC for BA (H) Economics in 2019 was 97.75. So you must target to secure that kind of percentage in class 12th.
You can cancel the admission only once in case you want to switch to another course. However, you need to pay the cancellation fee.
Yes, every college of DU will have a separate cut off for different UG programmes for EWS category. The DU cut off 2020 for EWS will differ from other categories for varied programmes.
No, admission to UG programmes at the DU colleges are not based on first come first serve policy. After knowing their admission possibilities post the release of the DU cutoff marks, candidates have to generate the admission form from the DU admission portal, visit the respective college for document verification and fee payment based on the chosen course/college.
You can choose both the subjects in your best four.
No, you cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or same courses in different colleges. In case you take admission at two places, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.
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Mathematics is mandatory subject to pursue BMS program from Delhi University.
So if you do not have Mathematics in class 12th, you are not be eligible to write DU JAT examination.
However, if you wish to pursue a management related course at your under graduation level then you can look at other institutes that offer BBA program. I am listing the names of few colleges. Please note these are not an exhaustive list:
You can get through these colleges by clearing the following entrance :
The entrance exams will asses your General knowledge, Numerical Ability , Reasoning, English etc
There are various private colleges as well from where you can pursue BBA such as SP Jain School of Global Management, Mumbai, GD Goenka University, Gurgaon, Shiv Nadar University, Greater Noida, Bennett University, etc.
Going by the past trends, the cutoff for DBE was 90 percentile in 2015 and 2016 and it can raise till upto 93 percentile. The exact cutoff would be declared on their website once the CAT results are out. Although with your score and expected percentile if 93- 95, you can easily get a call from them.
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