Hindu College Cut Off 2020 - The Delhi University affiliated, Hindu College will start releasing the Hindu College 2020 cut off after the application window is closed. All those candidates who have filled the admission form of Delhi University can check the cut off of Hindu College 2020 by visiting the official website of the college/ DU UG online portal. Hindu College cut off 2020 is the minimum qualifying marks which a candidate must obtain in order to be eligible for admission in courses offered by the college. To claim a seat in their desired programme, candidates need to visit the Delhi University UG online portal and fill their choices in the admission form. They need to appear in the document verification process with the requisite documents. The cut off of Hindu College 2020 varies depending upon the categories and programmes. To know more details on Hindu College cut off and other information pertaining to it, read the complete article.LATEST: DU admission process postponed until further notice, due to COVID 19 outbreak
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Start date of Application
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Hindu College first cutoff list
Document verification for 1st cutoff
To be notified soon
Hindu College second cutoff list
Document verification for 2nd Cutoff
Hindu College third cutoff list
Document verification for 3rd cutoff
Hindu College fourth cutoff list
Document verification for 4th cutoff
Hindu College fifth cutoff list
Document verification for 5th cutoff
Hindu College sixth cutoff list
Document verification for 6th cutoff
Hindu College seventh cutoff list
Document verification for 7th cutoff
Hindu College eighth cutoff list
Document verification for the 8th list
Hindu College ninth cutoff list
Document verification for the 9th list
Hindu College tenth cut off list
Document verification process for the 10th list
Best of four subjects - The average of highest marks in any of the four subjects in the 12th standard. The candidates must make sure these marks must be there as the minimum marks in the Cutoff of Hindu College 2020 for the students to secure a seat
Programme/ Course - UG programme/course for which the student has applied for
Number of seats: The Hindu College can announce as many as 10 cutoff lists if the seats are still vacant.
Number of applicants - Total number of applicants applying for the UG programmes/courses.
Cutoff trend - The lists that are being announced by the college for the programmes over the past years.
Hindu College first cutoff
Hindu College second cutoff
Hindu College third cutoff
Hindu College fourth cutoff
Hindu College fifth cutoff
Hindu College sixth cutoff
Hindu College seventh cutoff
Hindu College eighth cutoff
Hindu College ninth cutoff
Hindu College tenth cutoff
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DU 4th Cutoff
DU 7th Cutoff
DU 10th Cutoff
DU 2nd Cutoff
DU 5th Cutoff
DU 8th Cutoff
DU 11th Cutoff
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Qualifying candidates must be prepared with their ‘Best of four’ marks before looking up for the cutoff list of Hindu college 2020. The ‘Best of four’ marks are the maximum marks obtained by the candidates in any of the four subjects during their 12th standard. These ‘Best of four’ marks will help them secure a position in the Hindu College 2020 cutoff list. The candidates can check their scored marks in the cutoff list of Hindu college admission 2020 to consider themselves as an eligible candidate.
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Step 1 - After the cutoff of Hindu College 2020 is released, candidates must check if they satisfy the cut-off of the different programme. After this candidate must log in to the Hindu College admission portal and select the appropriate course and generate the Hindu College admission form 2020.
Step 2 - The following documents need to be submitted during 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. Failure in submitting any document can lead to a candidate's disqualification from the admission process. 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 Delhi University admission to the bank account of the candidate.
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No, the admissions are not based on first come first serve policy. Candidates will be considered for admission based on the eligibility criteria, filled in online registration form and the cut off marks for a particular course in a particular college.
The factors affecting the cut off of Hindu College are number of seats available, previous year cut off trends, best of four calculation, number of applicants, etc.
The cut off of Hindu college 2020 is different for all the courses/programmes so it is suggested that the candidates keep a check on all the cutoff lists that the college announces.
The release date of Hindu College first cut off 2020 will be notified soon.
The ‘Best of Four’ marks are the average of highest marks in any of the fours subjects in the 12th standard. The candidates must make sure these marks must be there as the minimum marks in the cut off of Hindu College 2020 for the students to secure a seat.
The cutoff of Hindu college 2020 will be made available for the students in online mode only. No, the university will not send the Hindu College cut off list via courier/post. Candidates will have to visit the university’s official website to check the Cutoff lists.
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