Attention Aspirants, The Delhi University has announced the first cut-off list for admission to undergraduate (UG) courses a day in advance of the scheduled date. Some North and South campus colleges including SRCC, Miranda house, Hansraj College, Kirori Mal College, Jesus and Mary College, Gargi College, PGDAV, Satyawati College, Mata Sundari College for Women, and Shivaji College has released their first cut-off lists on yesterday. i.e., June 27--a day ahead of the scheduled date. Candidates can check the 1st cutoff list on the official website of Delhi University –du.ac.in.
This Year, The Hindu College has announced the highest cut-off for science courses at 98.3% for physics honours and 97.75% for statistics honours and mathematics. apart from this, the College has also pegged highest score of 99% for political science honours — Which is a marginal increase over last year.
This year, The Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has announced a cut-off of 98.75 per cent for economics honours.
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce has announced the highest cutoff for journalism at 98.50%, while Kirori Mal College has 98.50 cutoffs for B.Com honours.
The cutoff list in North-Campus based colleges like Hansraj College has increased marginally, 0.5%, in a few programmes, including BA economics honours. The general candidates will need 97.25% for BA English (Hons) and 98.5% for BA Economics (Hons). 98.25% is the cut-off for BCom in Hansraj.
DU 1st Cutoff List for Science
DU 1st Cutoff List for Arts & Commerce
DU 1st Cutoff List for BA(Progm.)
DU cutoff 2019: How to check
Step-1: Visit the official website of Delhi University- du.ac.in.
Step-2: On the homepage, under the undergraduate section
Step-3: A pdf will be available that will have the complete list of cutoff both category and college-wise
Step-4: Click on the Download and check
This Year, As per the data, 84,021 female students and 68,457 male students applied for admission under the unreserved category. Applications from 4,044 male candidates and 3,056 female candidates were received under the Scheduled Tribe category. A total of 17,000 male applicants and more than 16,000 female applicants applied for admission under the Scheduled Caste quota.
Best of Luck…!!