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DU 3rd Cut Off List 2020 LIVE UPDATES: Check course and college-wise cut-offs

DU 3rd Cut Off List 2020 LIVE UPDATES: The admissions against the third list of regular courses and the first list of NCWEB will be accepted from October 26 at du.ac.in.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 25, 2020 10:15:09 am
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DU 3rd Cut Off List 2020 LIVE UPDATES: The University of Delhi (DU) released the third cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses across colleges today at du.ac.in. Under the third cut-off list, many courses have been closed. At the same time, some seats which were closed under the second list have reopened at some colleges as students were allowed to change courses/colleges after the second list.

The cut-off, however, for popular courses as well as colleges continued to remain high. In the Lady Sri Ram College where the first cut-off was at 100%, in the third list too the marks needed for admission remain 99.5%. In many other courses, a slight dip has been observed.

Read | Here’s how to count ‘best of four’ for your course

The first cut-off for admission under NCWEB has also been released today. The admissions for both NCWEB and regular courses will be accepted from October 26 and conclude on October 28, 5 pm. A total of five cut-off lists are expected to release. In case seats are still available, a special cut-off will be released by the varsity.

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DU 3rd cut-off LIVE UPDATES: Check college and course wise marks needed, admission process

10:15 (IST)25 Oct 2020
Admission process closed in most courses

Most courses closed for admissions in Delhi University’s third cut-off list announced Saturday. Overall, over 80 per cent seats have already been filled after the second round of admission. Courses which remain open have not seen major drops in percentage.

Lady Shri Ram College for Women, however, which had announced skyrocketing cut-offs. including 100% in three subjects, is still open for admission in most of its courses

22:59 (IST)24 Oct 2020
BA (H) Political Science

Aryabhatta College - 94%
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College - 96%
Deshbandhu College - 92%
Dyal Singh College (evening) - 92%
Gargi College - 96.75%
Indraprastha College for Women - 97%
Janki Devi Memorial College - 93.5%
Kirori Mal College - 98%
Lady Shri Ram College for Women - 99.25%
Lakshmibai College - 92%
Ramanujan College - 94%
Ramjas College - 98.50%
Satyawati College (evening) - 89.75%
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (evening) - 91.25%
Shyam Lal College (evening) - 90%
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women - 90.5%
Zakir Husain Delhi College - 93%

22:52 (IST)24 Oct 2020
BA (Hons) English cut-off

Aryabhatta College - 93.25%
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College - 95.5%
Bharati College - 91%
College of Vocational Studies - 94.50%
Daulat Ram College - 96%
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce - 95.25%
Deshbandhu College - 92%
Dyal Singh College (evening) - 90%
Gargi College - 96.50%
Indraprastha College for Women - 96.25%
Janki Devi Memorial College - 93%
Lady Shri Ram College for Women - 98.5%
Lakshmibai college - 93%
Maharaja Agrasen College - 92.50%
Maitreyi College - 94.75%
Miranda House - 98%
Motilal Nehru College (evening) - 91%
Ram al Anand College - 92%
Ramjas College - 97%
Satyawati College - 92.50%
Satyawati College (evening) - 89.50%
Shivaji College - 93%
Shyam Lal college - 92%
Sri Aurobindo College (evening) - 88%
Sri Guru Nanak Sev Khalsa College - 92%
Sri Venketeswara College - 96.75%
Swami Shardhanand College - 90.50%

22:05 (IST)24 Oct 2020
BA (H) Economics seats available in these colleges

Aryabhatta College - 95.75%
Deshbandhu College - 94.75%
Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College - 94.75%
Hansraj College - 97.75%
Hindu College - 98%
Janki Devi Memorial College - 95%
Kalindi College - 93.50%
Kirori Mal College - 97.5%
Lady Shri Ram College for Wome - 98.25%
Lakshmibai College - 95.25%
Miranda House - 98%
Motilal Nehru college - 95.50%
PGDAV College - 95%
Rajdhani College - 95%
Ramjas College - 98%
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College - 96.50%
Shri Ram College of Commerce - 98.75%
Shyam Lal College - 93.50%
Shyam Lal College (evening) - 94.50%
Sri Aurobindo College - 92.50%
Sri Venketeswara College - 97.75%

21:31 (IST)24 Oct 2020
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College cut-off

20:26 (IST)24 Oct 2020
JMC third list cutoff

At Jesus and Mary College (JMC) only three courses are open under the third merit list -

Hindi (H) - 64% aggregate marks with 68% in Hindi and English
BVoc Healthcare Management - 82%
BVoc Retail Management and IT - 82%

20:17 (IST)24 Oct 2020
Hans Raj College category-wise cut-off

Even as most of the seats are closed under the unreserved or open category, for students belonging to the reserved category some seats are open - 

20:11 (IST)24 Oct 2020
Third list at Hans Raj College toches 97.75%

Admission to most of the colleges have been closed at Hans Raj college and for the limited few for which admissions are open, the cut-off has remained over 90%. The highest cut-off under the third list for the college is at 97.75%

BSc Physical Science (Chemistry) - 95%
BSc (H) Zoology - 95.33%
BSc (H) Geology - 95%
BSc (H) Electronics - 95%
BA Sanskrit + History - 90%
BA (H) Philosophy - 95%
BA (H) Economics - 97.75%

19:25 (IST)24 Oct 2020
How to count best of four

The cut-off is counted on the basis of the ‘best of four’ formulae. Thus, the percentage of the top four scoring subjects in class 12 are considered for admission. As a thumb rule, one language paper and the rest best of three courses are considered but when a student opts for a specialisation, they must have a specific course in class 12 for which they are applying. For instance, for BA (H) Economics, economics is a must subject. Check the best of four formulae for your course here

18:46 (IST)24 Oct 2020
Sri Aurobindo College

BCom - 92.75%
BCom (H) - 94.50%
BA (H( Hindi - 78.25%
BSc Physical Science with chemistry - 86%
BSc (H) Electronics - 87%
BA Economics + Sanskrit - 81%
BA History + Sanskrit - 80%
BA Political Science + Sanskrit - 81.5%

18:37 (IST)24 Oct 2020
BCom cut-off under NCWEB

Aditi Mahavidyalaya - 79%
Bhagini Nivedita College - 79%
Aryabhatta College - 80%
Bharti College - 80%
College of Vocational Studies - 80%
Deen Dayal Upadhyay College - 80%
Dr. BB Ambedkar College - 80%
JDM College - 80%
Jesus and Mary College - 81%
Kalindi College - 80%
Keshav Mahavidyalaya - 80%
Lakshmi Bai College - 80%
Maharaja Agrasen College - 80%
Maitreyi College - 81%
Mata Sundari College - 80%
Motilal Nehru College - 77%
PGDAV College - 80%
Rajdhani College - 80%
Ramanujan College - 84%
Satyawati College - 80%
SGGSC of Commerce - 82%
SPM College - 80%
Sri Aurobindo College - 80%
Vivekananda College - 80%
Hansraj College - 87%
Miranda House - 87%

18:30 (IST)24 Oct 2020
BA History + Political Science cut-off under NCWEB

Aditi Mahavidyalaya - 75%
Bhaini Nivedita College - 75%
Aryabhatta College - 79%
Bharati College - 79%
College of Vocational Studies - 79%
DDU College - 79%
Dr BR Ambedkar College - 79%
IDM College - 79%
Jesus and Mary College - 79%
Kalindi College - 79%
Keshav Mahavidyalya - 79%
Lakshmibai College - 79%
Maharaja Agrasen College - 79%
Maitreyi College - 79%
Mata Sundari College - 79%
Motilal Nehru College - 79%
PGDAV College - 79%
PGDAV College - 79%
Rajdhani College - 79%
Ramanujan College - 82%
Satyavati College (evening) -79%
SGGSC of Commerce - 79%
SPM College - 79%
Sri Aurobindo College - 79%
Vivekananda College - 79%
Hansraj College - 87%
Miranda House - 87%

18:22 (IST)24 Oct 2020
BA Economics + Political Science cut-off under NCWEB

Aditi Mahavidyalaya - 76%
Bhagini Nivedita College - 76%
Aryabhatta College - 80%
Bharati College - 80%
College of Vocational Studies - 80%
DDU College - 80%
Dr BR Ambedkar College - 80%
IDM College - 80%
Jesus and Mary College - 80%
Kalindi College - 80%
Keshav Mahavidyalaya - 80%
Lakshmibai College - 80%
Maharaja Agrasen College - 80%
Maitreyi College - 80%
Mata Sundari College 80%
Motilal Nehru College - 80%
PGDAV College - 80%
Rajdhani College - 80%
Ramanujan College - 83%
Satyawati College (evening) - 80%
SGGSC of Commerce - 80%
SPM College - 80%
Sri Aurobindo College - 80%
Vivekanana College - 80%
Hans Raj College - 88%
Miranda House - 88%

18:06 (IST)24 Oct 2020
Courses open at Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College

BSc (H) Computer Science - 95.75%
BSc (H) Mathematics - 95.75%
BSc Physical science with chemistry - 93%

18:04 (IST)24 Oct 2020
SGTB Khalsa category-wise cut-off

At Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College of Delhi University, only a handful of courses are left under the third cut-off list. Top courses including BA (H) Economics, BA (H) Political science etc have been closed. Among the closed courses, some are available for reserved category colleges. The SGTB Khalsa College also has reserved seats for Sikh minority students. Here is category-wise cut-off -

18:00 (IST)24 Oct 2020
Zakir Husain Delhi College - category-wise cut-off

17:53 (IST)24 Oct 2020
Zakir Husain Delhi College cut-off

Most of the courses are closed under the unreserved category at the College, however, there are some seats available in reserved categories. Under the unreserved or common category, the following courses are open for all-

Hindi + Economics - 88-88.4%
Economics + HRM - 92.5-92.9%
Economics + Political Science - 95.5-95.9%
History + Philosophy - 94 - 94.9%
History + Political Science - 93.5- 93.9%
BSc Physical science - 90-91.9%
BSc Life Sciences - 89 - 90.9%
BSc (H) Mathematics - 94 - 94.9%
BSc (H) Electronics - 89 - 90.9%
BSc (H) Chemistry - 92 - 93.9%
BSc (H) Botany - 88 - 88.9%
BCom (H) - 94 - 94.9%
BCom - 94 - 94.9%
BA (H) Political Science - 93 - 93.9%
BA (H) Philosophy - 90 - 91.9%
BA (H) Persian - 64.5 - 65.9%
BA (H) Hindi - 79.5 - 79.9%
BA (H) Bengali - 58 - 61.9%

17:46 (IST)24 Oct 2020
How to apply for admission?

Several colleges have started releasing cut-offs. Students who have marks equal to or more than the cut0off can apply for these courses from Monday. A student can log-in to their dashboard and select course and college they wish to apply for among the ones that are available based on eligibility. Once the application is accepted by the college, students will have to pay fees to reserve seats. The admission this year is being held online due to the pandemic.

17:33 (IST)24 Oct 2020
DU NCWEB, merit based cut-offs today

The University of Delhi is releasing the first cut-off list for NCWEB, the second cut-off for entrance based admissions, and the third cut-off list for admission to merit-based courses today. All the cut-offs are available at the respective colleges or du.ac.in. Students can also log-in to their candidate log-in and check the courses or colleges they are eligible to apply for under the new lists.

DU 3rd cut-off LIVE: Check cutoff at du.ac.in (Express Photo By Amit Mehra/ Representational)

DU 3rd cut-off LIVE UPDATES: This year, a record 3,53,919 students had applied for 64,000 undergraduate seats across colleges in DU. This is highest in the past three years and about 1 lakh more than that of last year. This year, due to a high number of applicants, the cut-off have reached 100 per cent. Those who get marks equal to or more than the cut-off can book their seats by applying through student log-in at du.ac.in. Candidates will be approved after which they have to pay fees and reserve a seat. The admission process is being held online because of the pandemic and students are advised not to queue up at the colleges.