DU Sixth Cutoff 2019
Vishwas Garia, 31 Jul 2019, #DU

DU Sixth Cutoff 2019 - The colleges affiliated to Delhi University has released the consolidate DU 2019 sixth cut off on July 31, 2019 @du.ac.in. Earlier, the affiliated colleges of DU had started releasing the DU 2019 sixth cutoff on July 31, 2019 in online mode. Candidates belonging to the reserved category including SC/ ST/ EWS/ PwD/ KM/ Minority Sikh could do the online rectification in their categories from July 29 to July 30 for admission. The sixth cut off list of DU 2019 is released separately by the 90 colleges of the University of Delhi. Candidates who had not been admitted to any college or withdrawn their admissions till 5th cut off release are also eligible for admission through DU sixth cut off 2019. The sixth DU cut off and cut off list contain the minimum marks at which candidates from different categories will be able to apply for the different programmes. The cutoff of Delhi University is based on the best of four marks entered by candidates in their application form. Candidates, who qualify DU 2019 6th cutoff, have to attend the counselling to be conducted from August 1 to August 3, 2019. Candidates have to submit relevant documents and confirm their admission in Delhi University. After the DU sixth cut off document verification process is complete, candidates have to pay the admission fee online and confirm their admission.

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Live Updates on DU Sixth Cut Off 2019

Delhi University Colleges have started releasing the 6th cut off list on July 31, a day ahead of its scheduled release date. All the DU 6th cut offs will be updated here as soon as it will be published on the college website. Check here for all latest the cut off related notifications.

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University of Delhi has released the consolidated sixth cut off of DU 2019

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DU Sixth Cut off 2019 (For Few Colleges)




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DU Sixth Cut off 2019 - Important Dates (Updated)

Events

Dates

DU Sixth cutoff list 2019

July 31, 2019 (Released)

Document verification for 6th cutoff

August 1 to August 3, 2019

DU 2019 Sixth Cut Off - College-Wise

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College-wise cut off

Status

1.

Kirori Mal College Cut off 2019

Releasing Soon

2.

Hindu College Cut off 2019

Releasing Soon

3.

St. Stephen’s College Cutoff 2019

Releasing Soon

4.

Hansraj College Cut off 2019

Releasing Soon

5.

Miranda House Cutoff 2019

Releasing Soon

6.

SGTB Khalsa College Cut Off 2019

Releasing Soon

7.

Lady Irwin College Cut off 2019

Releasing Soon

8.

Ramjas College Cutoff 2019

Releasing Soon

9.

Gargi College Cut off 2019

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Factors Determining DU Sixth Cut Off 2019

While preparing the sixth DU 2019 cutoff list the following factors will be considered.

  • Best of Four Subjects – The aggregate of the highest marks in any four subjects of the qualifying Class 12th board examination

  • Number of Seats – The total number of seats available in the colleges for the programme opted

  • Number of Applicants – The total number of applications received for the programme

  • Programme – The undergraduate programme for which the candidate has applied for

  • Cutoff Trend – The DU cut off trends for the programmes over the years

Admission Process after DU 2019 Sixth Cutoff is released

After the sixth DU 2019 cutoff is released the admission process will be held in the following manner.

Step 1.

After the cut-off list has been released by the university officials, the candidates must make sure if they meet the cut-off of the course and the college they have desired of taking the admission in. Then the candidates have to log in to their student admission portal and select the desired course and college to generate the DU Admission application form.

Step 2.

After downloading the admission application form, the candidates can visit the college campus to complete their admission process in the college. The candidates have to carry the following given documents while visiting the college campus to complete their admission.

(i) Class X Board Examination Certificate

(ii) Class X mark sheet (In case of CBSE, mark sheet & certificate are same)

(iii) Class XII mark sheet

(iv) Class XII provisional certificate/ original certificate

(v) Recent character certificate, issued either by the Principal of the school last

attended or Class -1 Gazetted Officer.

(vi) If applicable SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM certificate (In the name of the applicant) issued by

the competent authority.

(vii) If applicable OBC (Non- creamy layer) certificate ( In the name of the applicant) caste

must be in the central list issued by http://ncbc.nic.in

(viii) Transfer certificates from school/ college as well as Migration certificate from

Board/ University are required from those students who have passed senior

secondary exam from outside Delhi.

(ix) At least two passport size self-attested photographs.

After the formalities are completed from the candidate's end, the principal of the college will approve the application form online, then the option of the payment of admission fee will be made available on the candidate's dashboard.

Step 3.

The candidates have to login into their student portal again to remit the admission fee. The link will be provided on the dashboard through which the candidates will be able to remit the admission fee for their academic session. Once the fee is paid, the admission process in that particular college is completed.

Step 4.

In case the candidates want to take admission in another college course, they have to make sure they are meeting the requisite prevailing cut-off. After confirming that, the candidates have to follow the below steps:

(i) Cancel the admission online, and pay the requisite Admission Cancellation/withdrawal fee.

(ii) Take a printout of the receipt of the cancellation fee. The candidates have to show the receipt to the college where he/she was admitted initially and withdraw his/her original certificates from the college.

(iii) For the admission in the new college, the candidates have to follow from steps 1 to 3. The candidates only have to pay the balance fee of the new college in which he/she is taking admission. In case of any extra amount paid by the candidates, the money will be refunded after the last date of admission to the bank account of the candidates.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - DU Sixth Cutoff 2019

Question: When will the DU sixth cut off 2019 be released?

Answer:

The colleges affiliated to Delhi University has released the consolidate DU 2019 sixth cut off on July 31, 2019 on the official website of the university.

Question: How are the DU sixth cutoff 2019 released

Answer:

The sixth cut off list of DU 2019 is released separately by the 90 colleges of the University of Delhi. Then, the consolidated cut off list was released on the university's official website.

Question: I forgot to get admission in the fifth cut off list. Will I get admission in the sixth cut off of DU 2019?

Answer:

Candidates who had not been admitted to any college or withdrawn their admissions till 5th cut off release are also eligible for admission through DU sixth cut off 2019. 

Question: What does the DU 2019 sixth cut off list mention?

Answer:

The sixth DU cut off and cut off list contain the minimum marks at which candidates from different categories will be able to apply for the different programmes.

Question: What after the release of sixth cut off of DU 2019?

Answer:

Candidates, who qualify DU 2019 6th cutoff, have to attend the counselling to be conducted from August 1 to August 3, 2019.

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