DU First Cutoff 2019 - The University of Delhi had released first DU 2019 cutoff list on June 28, 2019, in online mode for all the affiliated colleges in online mode at du.ac.in. The first cutoff of DU 2019 was released individually by all the 90 DU affiliated colleges. The DU 2019 first cutoff 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 cutoff marks for all the reserved categories are different than the Unreserved/General category. The DU affiliated colleges released DU first cutoff 2019 list based on the vacancy of seat available in the colleges after each list of DU cut off 2019 was released. A consolidated list containing the cutoff for all the 90 colleges and the different categories was released on the university website for different UG programmes.
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After the release of DU 2019 first cut off list, candidates must check the cutoff 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 admission fee online through the portal and confirm their admissions. Candidates can also cancel their admissions the steps for which are given here. Read more to check the first cutoff trend from the previous years and the process of admission after cutoff.
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DU First cutoff list 2019
June 28, 2019 (Released)
Admission approval and Document Verification
June 28 - July 01, 2019 (Except Sunday)
DU First Cutoff 2018
DU First Cutoff 2017
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Commerce
While preparing the DU 2019 1st cutoff list the following factors will be considered.
Programme – The undergraduate programme for which the candidate has applied for
Number of Seats – The total number of seats offered available in the colleges for the programme opted
Best of Four Subjects – The aggregate of the highest marks in any four subjects of the qualifying Class 12th board examination
Number of Applicants – The total number of applications received for the programme
Cutoff Trend – The DU cutoff trend for the programmes over the years
The Delhi University admission process after the release of the DU 2019 1st cutoff is as follows.
Step 1: After the first DU 2019 cutoff is released candidates must check if they satisfy the cut-off of programme and college where they would like to take admission. After this candidate must
login to the admission portal and select the appropriate Course and College to generate the
Admission application form.
Step 2: Submit the following documents for the document verification process
Class 10 Board Examination Certificate
Class 10 mark sheet
Class 12 mark sheet
Class 12 provisional certificate/ original certificate
Category (SC/ST/PWD/CW/KM) certificate (If applicable)
OBC (Non- creamy layer) certificate (If applicable)
Migration certificate from
Two passport size self-attested photographs
Step 3: After completing the document verification process candidates must log in again to the admission portal and pay the Admission Fee online using the link available in the admission portal. Once the fee is paid successfully the admission process to that particular college is complete.
Step 4: In Case the candidate wants to cancel the admission the following steps must be followed
Cancel the admission online, and pay the requisite Admission Cancellation/withdrawal fee.
Print of receipt of the cancellation fee and submit the same to the college where they were admitted and withdraw his/her original certificates.
Follow Steps 1 to 3, for taking admission in another course-college to complete the admission. In this subsequent admission, the candidate will pay only the balance fee of the new college in which he is taking admission. In case any extra amount is paid by the candidate it will be refunded after the last date of admission to the bank account of the candidate.
Acharya Narendra Dev College
Aryabhatta College(Formerly Ram Lal Anand College (Evening)
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam College
Bhagini Nivedita College
Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences
Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
College of Vocational Studies
Daulat Ram College
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
Dyal Singh College
Dyal Singh College (Evening)
Hans Raj College
Indraprastha College for Women
Institute of Home Economics
Janki Devi Memorial College
Jesus and Mary College
Kamala Nehru College
Kirori Mal College
Lady Irwin College
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Maharaja Agrasen College
Mata Sundari College for Women
Motilal Nehru College
Motilal Nehru College (Evening)
P.G.D.A.V. College (Evening)
Ram Lal Anand College
Satyawati College (Evening)
Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (Evening)
Shyam Lal College
Shyam Lal College (Evening)
Shri Ram College of Commerce
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women
Sri Aurobindo College
Sri Aurobindo College (Evening)
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College
Sri Venkateshwara College
Swami Shraddhanand College
St. Stephen’s College
Zakir Husain Delhi College
Zakir Husain Post Graduate Evening College
DU 2nd Cutoff (Released)
DU 5th Cutoff (Released)
DU 8th Cutoff
DU 11th Cutoff
DU 3rd Cutoff (Released)
DU 6th Cutoff
DU 9th Cutoff
DU 4th Cutoff (Released)
DU 7th Cutoff
DU 10th Cutoff
No, the DU affiliated colleges release the cut off lists individually on their respective official websites. After the affiliated colleges are done releasing the first cutoff of DU 2019, the University of Delhi releases a consolidated cut off list on its own official website.
No, you have to apply for the admission based on DU first cut off the day of the first round of counselling only.
Admissions in the colleges are not based on first come first serve policy. Instead, the applicant who have filled the online registration form and satisfies the criteria and cut-off for a particular programme/course in a particular college will be considered for admission as per the schedule of admission specified.
No, there is no disadvantage for gap year students and they would be treated at par with regular students. They should meet the requisite criteria for admission and must possess the necessary documents/certificates.
If you want to cancel admission in one college, then you must log in to your student's portal and cancel your admission online. The fee will be refunded or adjusted with the fees in the next college.
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