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DU PG Cutoff 2024 (Out): Check Delhi University 1st Allocation List, 2nd, 3rd, Seat Acceptance, Spot Round

DU PG Cutoff 2024 (Out): Check Delhi University 1st Allocation List, 2nd, 3rd, Seat Acceptance, Spot Round

Edited By Anurag Reddy | Updated on Jul 02, 2024 07:07 PM IST | #DU Delhi

DU PG Cut Off 2024 - Delhi University has released the DU PG 2nd cut off on July 2. The process of approval and verification of documents will continue till July 8. The DU PG mid entry option will be available from July 11 to 13. DU PG third merit list 204 will be published on July 16. Candidates can check the DU PG cut off by visiting the official website - admission.uod.ac.in. The Delhi University prepares DU PG cut off based on the scores of the CUET PG exam 2024. Candidates qualified in the CUET PG exam can be eligible for applying for PG programmes in DU PG admission 2024.
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DU PG Cutoff 2024 (Out): Check Delhi University 1st Allocation List, 2nd, 3rd, Seat Acceptance, Spot Round
DU PG Cutoff 2024 (Out): Check Delhi University 1st Allocation List, 2nd, 3rd, Seat Acceptance, Spot Round

Shortlisted students can apply for Delhi University admission by registering in the DU CSAS portal. Candidates who got selected based on the DU PG cut off 2024 will be on the DU PG merit list. The shortlisted applicants will be asked to appear for personal interview and group discussion within the scheduled time. Students must go through the complete article to know more about the DU PG cut off 2024, important dates and more.

DU PG Cutoff 2024 Dates

Events

Dates

DU PG first admission list

June 22, 2024

Candidates to accept the allocated seat

June 22 to 26, 2024

Document verification and approval of admission

June 22 to 27, 2024

Last date of fee payment

June 28, 2024

DU PG second admission list

July 2, 2024

Candidates to accept the allocated seat

July 2 to 6, 2024

Document verification and approval of admission

July 2 to 8, 2024

Last date of fee payment

July 9, 2024

Mid-entry

July 11 to 13, 2024

DU PG 3rd admission list 2024 along with Declaration of Supernumerary seats (PwBD, CW, Sports, Orphan)

July 16, 2024

Candidates to accept the allocated seats

July 16 to 19, 2024

Document verification and approval of admission

July 16 to 19, 2024

Last date of fee payment

July 21, 2024

DU PG seat allocation for PwBD, CW, Orphan quota

To be notified

Candidates to “Accept” the Allocated seat

To be notified

Department to Verify and Approve the online applications

To be notified

Last date of Online payment of admission fees by the Candidates

To be notified

Declaration of vacant seats for DU PG 2024 spot round

To be notified

Candidates to apply for spot admission round

To be notified

Declaration of DU PG 2024 spot allocation

To be notified

Candidates to “Accept” the Allocated seat

To be notified

Department to Verify and Approve the online applications

To be notified

Last date of Online payment of admission fees by the Candidates

To be notified

Declaration of vacant seats for spot admission round 2

To be notified

Correction window for spot admission round 2

To be notified

Declaration of spot allocation

To be notified

Candidates to “Accept” the Allocated seat

To be notified

Department to Verify and Approve the online applications

To be notified

Last date of Online payment of admission fees by the Candidates

To be notified

Declaration of vacant seats for spot admission MOP-UP-Round

To be notified

Candidates to apply for MOP-UP Round

To be notified

Declaration of MOP-UP-Round allocation

To be notified

Candidates to “Accept” the Allocated seat

To be notified

Department to Verify and Approve the online applications

To be notified

Last date of Online payment of admission fees by the candidates

To be notified


DU PG 2024 Cutoff - Preparatory Factors

Delhi University will take the following factors into consideration while preparing the DU PG cutoff 2024.
Number of applications received - The number of candidates applying for each programme is taken into account while setting the DU PG cutoff. Those courses which have a maximum number of applications will have a higher DU PG cutoff 2024.

Availability of seats for each programme - Delhi University offers a certain number of allocated seats in its programme. The seat limit will not be exceeded by the university while granting the admission to courses via DU PG cut off 2024.

Previous year cutoff levels - The university considers the cutoff data from previous year to prepare the DU PG cutoff for this year as the cutoff pattern of DU courses remain somewhat similar year on year.

Level of the entrance test/university examination - University of Delhi also accounts the level of the entrance exam when setting the cutoff for programmes whose DU admissions are conducted via entrance test. For those PG programmes whose admissions are conducted through merit, the DU CUET PG cutoff 2024 is based on the marks secured by candidates in the last qualifying examination.

DU PG Cutoff Levels 2024

The Delhi University has published the DU PG second cut off 2024 on July 2 on the official website. Applicants can check the PG cut off DU of the programme they have applied for. The university releases the DU PG cutoff 2024 for both CUET entrance and merit based levels programmes. Thus, aspirants should check the DU PG cutoff levels before applying for the DU admission. We will update the data as soon as Delhi University releases the CUET PG cut off for DU on the official website. Candidates please note that DU PG cut off list PDF can only be made available on the official DU website.

DU PG 2023 Cutoff - Arts and Commerce Streams (Entrance-based)

Course

Cutoff (Entrance Marks)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. A. English

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Philosophy

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Urdu

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Economics

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Hindi

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Sanskrit

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. History

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Sociology

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M.Com

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

DU PG Cutoff 2023 - Arts and Commerce Streams (Merit-based)

Course

Cutoff (Entrance Marks)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. A. English

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Philosophy

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Urdu

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Economics

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Hindi

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Sanskrit

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. History

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. A. Sociology

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M.Com

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

DU PG Cut Off 2023 - Science Stream (Entrance-based)

Course

Cutoff (Entrance Marks)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. Sc. Biochemistry

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Mathematics

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Botany

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Zoology

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Microbiology

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Statistics

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Chemistry

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

DU PG Cut Off 2023 - Science Stream (Merit-based)

Course

Cutoff (Entrance Marks)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. Sc. Biochemistry

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Mathematics

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Botany

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Zoology

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Microbiology

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Statistics

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

M. Sc. Chemistry

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

To be updated

DU PG Previous year Cutoff (2019)

To know more about the DU PG cut off, candidates can refer to the CUET PG cut off for DU in the table below. These cutoff/percentage of DU PG courses mentioned in the table are marks at which admission closed in previous years for different courses.

DU PG Cutoff 2019 - Arts and Commerce Streams (Entrance-based)

Course

Cutoff (Entrance Marks)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. A. English

203

162

153

157

161

M. A. Philosophy

57

39

28

17

97

M. A. Urdu

79

25

49

30

68

M. A. Economics

107

61

46

32

97

M. A. Hindi

200

147

201

10

128

M. A. Sanskrit

65

35

50

5

38

M. A. History

142

114

96

101

66

M. A. Sociology

138

108

96

106

124

M.Com

185

152

142

97

158

DU PG Cutoff 2019 - Arts and Commerce Streams (Merit-based)

Course

Cutoff (Qualifying Percentage)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. A. English

67.01

60

69.71

56.86

63.27

M. A. Philosophy

68.75

54.43

47.27

62.61

61.23

M. A. Urdu

53.66

-

-

-

-

M. A. Economics

82.42

69.19

58.67

50.45

76.51

M. A. Hindi

67.01

63.03

64.82

62.90

68.94

M. A. Sanskrit

73.81

71.50

55.00

-

61.75

M. A. History

64.82

60.85

58.71

60.59

60.46

M. A. Sociology

66.11

57.76

47.68

55.84

62.13

M. Com

80.23

74.46

73.94

61.96

73.43

DU PG Cutoff 2019 - Science Stream (Entrance-based)

Course

Cutoff (Entrance Marks)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. Sc. Biochemistry

269

252

203

-

-

M. Sc. Mathematics

54

43

35

25

38

M. Sc. Botany

168

134

100

95

173

M. Sc. Zoology

228

185

163

191

180

M. Sc. Microbiology

190

177

140

101

-

M. Sc. Statistics

145

98

63

36

125

M. Sc. Chemistry

222

194

138

100

218

DU PG Cutoff 2019 - Science Stream (Merit-based)

Course

Cutoff (Entrance Marks)

Unreserved

OBC (NCL)

SC

ST

EWS

M. Sc. Biochemistry

84.85

84.59

81.14

-

70.34

M. Sc. Mathematics

81.65

74.07

67.26

62.00

65.45

M. Sc. Botany

86.52

80.88

76.90

73.17

75.74

M. Sc. Zoology

83.45

79.33

74.32

71.63

71.50

M. Sc. Microbiology

87.03

79.21

70.60

71.89

-

M. Sc. Statistics

77.53

68.80

67.26

51.60

63.67

M. Sc. Chemistry

79.21

74.46

64.14

64.44

48.52

DU PG Cut Off 2018

Programme

Final Entrance Marks

Combined Rank

Category

M.A English

241

42

General

M.A Hindi

220

121

General

M.A Linguistics

68

26

General

M.A Philosophy

56

52

General

M.A Psychology

70.44

30

General

M.Com

211

56

General

M.Sc Biochemistry

226

9

General

M.Sc Electronics

96

14

General

M.Sc Genetics

223

14

General

M.Sc Microbiology

224


General

M.Sc Computer Science

77.3

18

General

M.A/ M.Sc Mathematics

88

40

General

MA/ M.Sc Statistics

140

17

General

M.Sc Anthropology

132

18

General

M.Sc Forensic Science

239

21

General

M.Sc Botany

182

18

General

M.Sc Chemistry

215

49

General

M.Sc Physics

86

33

General

M.Sc Zoology

245

28

General

M.A Economics

103

34

General

M.A Geography

250

22

General

M.A History

130

68

General

M.A Political Science

180

76

General

M.A Sociology

137

12

General


What after DU PG Cutoff 2024 is Announced?

After the Delhi University publishes the DU PG 2024 cut off on the official website, those candidates who have secured the minimum qualifying marks can apply for the next selection process of their preferred course. The DU PG merit list 2024 is released on the basis of the vacant seats allocated for various programmes across different streams. Candidates who have shortlisted for DU PG admission 2024 need to appear in the next round of the selection process which is group discussion round and personal interview round hosted in the respective DU departments. After qualifying these two rounds, candidates have to verify their documents and pay the admission fees to book the allocated seats. Any candidate who fails to attend the GD-PI round or submit documents and to pay the admission fee will lose their seat to the next person in DU PG merit list and allocated to other deserving candidates.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. When will the DU PG cut off 2024 be released?

The DU PG cut off has been published on June 22, on the official website.

2. Is 220 a good score in CUET PG?

Candidates belonging to OBC categories who secure above 220 - 250 in the CUET PG 2024 is considered as a good score.

3. What is the expected PG cut off for DU 2024?

The expected DU PG cut off 2024 for candidates belonging to the General category is between 230 - 240 and for OBC category is 220 - 230.

4. How can I check my rank in DU PG cut off 2024?

Candidates are required to visit the official website to check the DU PG 2024 cut off - admission.uod.ac.in.

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Questions related to DU Delhi

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Du cutoff generally depends on the course in which you want to get admission some courses such as b. Com,b.a honours has more than 90 percent cutoff.you scored 560 which is 70 percent of total marks is very less for delhi university colleges.cutoff usually ranges between 650-700 even rajdhani college and Sri Aurobindo College requires atleast 80 percent in cuet.you can still wait for official announcement of cutoff as it depends on certain factors every year or go for another colleges.

There is a chance you might still be eligible for B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology in DU with a failed Chemistry score in CUET, but it depends on a few factors:

Each program at DU might have a minimum marks requirement for each subject in CUET. You need to check the specific eligibility criteria for B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology at the colleges you're interested in on the Delhi University website.

Even if you meet the minimum marks requirement, admission depends on the cut-offs for the program. Since you failed Chemistry, your overall CUET score might be lower, making it more challenging to secure a seat compared to students who scored well in all subjects.

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The most recommended approach is to directly contact the Delhi University Admissions office and explain your situation.

Explain that your EWS certificate is under process and inquire about the possible alternatives for document submission on the CSAS portal. The admissions office might suggest uploading a copy of the application receipt you received for the EWS certificate, or they might provide an alternative document submission process.

Some institutions might allow uploading a provisional EWS certificate issued by the competent authority while your main certificate is being processed. It is crucial to confirm with the DU admissions office if they accept such provisional documents before uploading one.

If options 1 and 2 are not viable, you can still submit your application on the CSAS portal. In the designated section (if available) or as a separate document, clearly explain that your EWS certificate is under process and provide details like the expected issuance date (if known).


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It is generally not possible to directly join another university like Delhi University (DU) and start from the 1st semester after completing one year of a BA program in a different state university.

Universities typically have limited flexibility for credit transfer between institutions. Even within the same university system, transferring a full year's worth of credits might be difficult. Course structures and curriculum might differ between universities. Your completed first year at the state university might not perfectly align with DU's BA program requirements.

If both your state university and DU are affiliated to the same university grant commission (UGC) recognized university system, you might be able to explore an affiliation transfer process. This would allow you to continue your BA program under the new university (DU) but might still involve some credit evaluation and course adjustments.

Some universities allow students to apply for admission to a higher semester (like 2nd or 3rd) based on their previous academic performance and credit evaluation.  Explore DU's admission process to see if they offer such a program transfer option for students coming from other universities.

If the above options aren't feasible, you could consider starting a fresh BA program at DU. This would involve applying for admission again and potentially losing the credits you earned in your first year at the state university.

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