DU Important Dates 2019
Vishwas Garia, 20 Jun 2019, #DU

DU Important Dates 2019 - The University of Delhi had released the revised schedule of DU 2019 cut off lists in online mode on June 20, 2019. The official notification of some of the DU 2019 important dates 2019 was announced May 30, 2019. The important dates of DU 2019 mentioned the complete schedule of the DU admission process. Candidates need to fill and submit the application form of Delhi University on or before June 22, 2019. After the candidates submitted the application forms the colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi will release the Cutoff lists for the admissions from June 28, 2019. Candidates who qualify the given cutoffs must attend the document verification process which will be conducted from the same day the DU cut off 2019 will be released. The colleges will release DU cutoff 2019 based on the number of seats vacant in the colleges as per the different categories. The varsity has notified about the dates of only five DU cut off lists till now. Further cut off lists will be released depending upon the availability of seats. Last year, the colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi released up to 11 cut off lists based on the number of seats vacant as per the different categories.

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DU Important Dates 2019

Event

Dates*

Online registration starts

May 30, 2019 (closed)

Last date of online application submission

June 22, 2019 (Closed)

St. Stephen cut off

June 25, 2019 (Released)


First cutoff list

June 28, 2019 (Released)

Document verification and admission approval for DU admissions first cut off list

June 28 - July 01 (Except Sunday)

Second cutoff list

July 04, 2019 (Released)

Document verification and admission approval for DU admissions second cut off list

July 04 - July 06

Third cutoff list

July 09, 2019 (Released)

Document verification and admission approval for DU admissions third cut off list

July 09 - July 11

Fourth cutoff list

July 13, 2019 (Released)

Document verification and admission approval for DU admissions fourth cut off list

July 15 - July 17

Fifth cutoff list

July 20, 2019

Document verification and admission approval for DU admissions fifth cut off list

July 20 - July 23

Commencement of classes

To be notified

Closing date of admission

To be notified

DU Important Dates 2019 - Admission Notification

The University of Delhi had released the DU admission 2019 application forms on May 30, 2019. The admission notification of DU 2019 contained the complete schedule of the DU admission process.

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DU 2019 Important Dates - Application Form

The DU 2019 application forms were made available in online mode from May 30, 2019. Candidates, who wished to apply for the B.A, B.Com and B.Sc programmes offered by the university, could fill and submit the application form online by June 22, 2019.

DU Important Dates 2019 - Cutoff List

Delhi University will start releasing the DU cutoff lists from June 28, 2019. Candidates who qualify the cutoff marks must attend the document verification process. The schedule for the documentation process will be mentioned in the notification corresponding to the cutoff round.

DU 2019 Important Dates - Events after Fifth Cutoff List

The University of Delhi has officially announced the dates of only five DU 2019 cut off lists till now. Further cut off lists will be released depending upon the availability of seats. But, if we look at the previous year’s DU cut off trend, the colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi had released up to 11 cut off lists based on the number of seats vacant as per different categories. The candidates can look at the table given below which shows the tentative dates of the cut off lists that may release after the fifth cut off list depending on the availability of the seats.

Events at Colleges

Dates

DU Colleges declare sixth Merit List

Fourth week of July 2019

Document Verification and Admissions Process

Fourth week of July 2019

DU Colleges declare seventh Merit List

Last week of July 2019

Document Verification and Admissions Process

Last week of July 2019

DU Colleges declare eighth Merit List

First week of August 2019

Document Verification and Admissions Process

First week of August 2019

DU Colleges declare ninth Merit List

Second week of August 2019

Document Verification and Admissions Process

Second week of August 2019

DU Colleges declare tenth Merit List

Third week of August 2019

Document Verification and Admissions Process

Third week of August 2019


Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - DU Important Dates 2019

Question: When will the university release the important dates of DU 2019?

Answer:

 The University of Delhi had released the revised schedule of DU 2019 cut off lists in online mode on June 20, 2019. The official notification of some of the DU 2019 important dates 2019 was announced May 30, 2019

Question: What does the DU important dates 2019 include?

Answer:

 The important dates of DU 2019 mentioned the complete schedule of the DU admission process. 

Question: When will the DU application forms be available to fill?

Answer:

The DU 2019 application forms were made available in online mode from May 30, 2019. Candidates, who wished to apply for the B.A, B.Com and B.Sc programmes offered by the university, could fill and submit the application form online by June 22, 2019.

Question: What after the release of DU cut off list?

Answer:

Candidates who qualify the cutoff marks must attend the document verification process. The schedule for the documentation process will be mentioned in the notification corresponding to the cutoff round.

Question: When will the further DU cut off lists be released?

Answer:

The official dates of further cut off lists will be notified by the university depending upon the availability of seats.

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And thereafter you must remember the names of last year's landmark Supreme Court's judgments.

As far as International law and jurisprudence are concerned then I must without a chunk of hesitation, say that you will have to cram it up.

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Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 21st Oct, 2019
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Yes, DU definitely provide LLB 3 year course, you can apply for this course by appearing in DU LLB entrance examination, this examination is conducted by national test agency and as for general category is considered so you need to have at least 50% in this examination to qualify it, you can check eligibility criteria for this course by going on the below page:
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Its obivious that Delhi University is very popular than Punjab University.  So, DU is better. The facilities you get in DU you will get is very better than that you PU. And also in case of placement you will get still higher and better opportunities than PU. All thing location, labs ,faculty, hostels are better.

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Don't worry, Economics is also a good subject and trust me you will lots of options after this course and its good that you have also kept maths.
After graduation, a masters degree or an MBA, right after an economics undergraduate is a great way to pave a path for a successful career in various sectors including research.

You can also appear for government jobs like the The Indian Economic Services, the Reserve Bank of India and PSUs.
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Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 20th Oct, 2019
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Don't worry, Economics is also a good subject and trust me you will lots of options after this course and its good that you have also kept maths.
After graduation, a masters degree or an MBA, right after an economics undergraduate is a great way to pave a path for a successful career in various sectors including research.

You can also appear for government jobs like the The Indian Economic Services, the Reserve Bank of India and PSUs.
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