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DU Admission 2019 Cutoffs | Delhi University 2019 Cutoff – Category-wise

Get latest information about DU Admission 2019 Cutoffs, couse-wise and  category-wise here for all the top colleges of Delhi University.

Feb 12, 2019 18:04 IST
    DU Admission 2019 Cutoffs | Delhi University 2019 Cutoff – Category-wise
    DU Admission 2019 Cutoffs | Delhi University 2019 Cutoff – Category-wise

    The first admission cutoff of the Delhi University is usually released around the 3rd Week of June 2019. The first cutoff will be released in the online mode only and it is released separately by each college. The DU 2019 first cutoff will contain the minimum marks at which candidates will be given admission to the different programs.

    A complete list containing the cutoff for all the 86 colleges and the different categories will be released on the university website for the different programs. After the 1st cutoff of DU 2019 is released candidates must check the cutoff against their aggregate marks and fill the admission application form on the Delhi University admission portal.

    The candidates are required to attend the document verification process which will be scheduled in the different colleges. After the document verification process is complete candidates will have to pay the admission fee in the online mode through the portal and confirm their admissions.

    DU Admission Cutoffs 2019 – Important Dates

    Candidates interested in securing admission in any of the courses offered by the colleges affiliated with the University of Delhi need to keep track of all the important dates with regards to the admission process.  Aspirants can refer to the table given for all the important dates with reference to the Delhi University admission process.

    Events

    Dates

    DU first Cutoff List

    Third Week of June 2019

    Document Verification for 1st Cutoff

    Third to fourth week of June 2019

    DU second cutoff list

    Fourth week of June 2019

    Document verification for 2nd Cutoff

    Fourth to last week of June 2019

    DU third cutoff list

    Last week of June 2019

    Document verification for DU 3rd cutoff

    Last week of June to First week of July 2019

    DU fourth cutoff list

    Second week of July 2019

    Document verification for 4th cutoff

    Second week of July 2019

    DU fifth cutoff list

    Third week of July 2019

    Document verification for 5th cutoff

    Third week of July 2019

    DU Sixth cutoff list

    Third week of July 2019

    Document verification for 6th cutoff

    Third to fourth week of July 2019

    DU Seventh cutoff list

    First week of August 2019

    Document verification for 7th cutoff

    First to second week of August 2019

    DU Eighth cutoff list

    Second week of August 2019

    Document verification for 8th list

    Second and third week of August 2019

    DU Ninth cutoff 2018

    Third week of August 2018

    Document verification for 9th list

    Third week of August 2019

    DU Tenth Cutoff list

    Fourth week of August 2019

    Document verification process

    Last week of August 2019

    Factors that will determine DU Cutoffs 2019

    The following factors will be considered while preparing DU Cutoff 2019.

    • Best of Four Subjects – The aggregate of the highest marks in any four subjects of the qualifying Class 12th board examination
    • Program – The undergraduate program for which the candidate has applied for Cutoff Trend -The DU cutoff trend for the programs over the years
    • Number of Applicants – The total number of applications received for the program
    • Number of Seats – The total number of seats offered in the colleges for the program opted

    How many cutoff lists will be announced?

    It depends on how many seats get fulfilled. Normally DU has to announce 5-6 cutoffs per year. But sometimes it goes up to 10-11 cutoff lists.

    What after DU 2019 Admission Cutoffs?

    Students have to follow these steps after the declaration of Cutoffs:

    • The first step that students need to take is to check the cut-off list of their preferred course and colleges on the official website of the Delhi University.
    • Next, they need to login to the admission portal on the official website of Delhi University, select the appropriate course and college.
    • Once selected, the admission application form for the same will be generated
    • Candidates will then be required to proceed to the college of their choice for admission along with their original and self-attested photocopies of documents.
    • Next, they would have to pay the admission fee online using the link available in the dashboard
    • Once the payment has been done, the admission process for that particular college has been completed.

    DU admission 2018: List of document needed

    • Class X board examination certificate
    • Class XII provisional certificate and/or original certificate
    • Class XII mark-sheet
    • Class X mark-sheet (in case of Central Board of School Education (CBSE), mark sheet and certificate are same)
    • At least two passport size self-attested photographs of the student Complete the formalities in the college.
    • Transfer certificates from school/college, as well as Migration certificate from board/university, are required from students who have passed the senior secondary exam from outside Delhi
    • If applicable, SC/ST/people with disability/CW/KM certificate (in the name of the applicant) issued by the competent authority
    • Recent character certificate issued either by the principal of school last attended or Class — I gazetted officer
    • If applicable other backward class (OBC) (non-creamy layer) certificate (in the name of the applicant) must be in the central list issued by https://ncbc.nic.in

    Reservation in DU admission

    • OBC- There is 27% of seats reserved for OBC category, with 10% relaxation on marks.
    • SC/ST- For the SC/ST candidates 22.5% seats are reserved and 5% of marks relaxation is also given to them. For SC 15% seats are reserved and reserved seats for ST are 7.5%.
    • PwD- For candidates under PwD category, there is a reservation of 3% for the students with 40% of disability. Candidates are obligatory to submit the medical certificate of not more than 5 years old with formalities stated.
    • Wards of Armed Forces- 5% seats are reserved for children/Widows of Officers, Folks of Armed Forces and Para-Military Personnel.
    • Foreign Students- 5% of seats are reserved for. Students from foreign countries are required to apply directly to the Foreign Students Advisor in the University.
    • Sports/ECA Students- Maximum 5% of seats are reserved for the students under sports/ECA quota, in every college of the University.
    • Kashmiri migrants- With up to 5% of reservation on seats in all colleges based on the courses, the Kashmiri migrants shall also have the 10% relaxation in the last cut-off marks that is currently fixed for the general category students.
    • Minorities- Some of the colleges provide 50% of reservation on seats for certain communities.

    DU Cut-offs FAQs

    Question: Will there be any relaxation offered to women candidates?

    Answer: Relaxation for women candidates varies from college to college and even from course to course. However, the upper limit has been fixed at 3%.

    Question: After the declaration of the cut-off, are students given admission on the first come first serve basis?

    Answer: Admissions in the colleges are not based on first come first serve policy.

    Question: Are there special seats for NCC cadets/NSS?

    Answer: The University has no special quota for NCC/NSS in any of the colleges.

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