DU 4th cut-off 2018 Updates: Over 12000 seats left in Delhi University

DU 4th cut-off 2018: Both SRCC and Satyawati College have released the fourth cut-off list for various undergraduate courses, today on July 5.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 6, 2018 3:32:53 pm
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DU 4th cut-off 2018: The fourth cut-off list for admission to various undergraduate (UG) courses (based on merit) for the Academic Year 2018-2019  has been released by the Delhi University (DU) today, on July 5. The online admission portal of the Delhi University, du.ac.in might work slow due to heavy traffic. Students and parents can check the list by the visited the preferred colleges. As many as 26,291 of 56,000 seats were filled in the second list, and many prominent colleges had closed admissions. However, 3,203 students withdrew their admissions.

Other top colleges, however, have closed admissions to various courses. While Shri Ram College of Commerce closed admissions to its UG courses; Hindu is closed for history, political science, sociology and philosophy for the general category. Further, Ramjas closed admissions to its BCom Honours and Programme courses for the unreserved category. Admissions for BA Programme and Honours courses in economics, English, political science and mathematics at JMC are also closed.

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DU 4th cut-off 2018: Delhi University admission for UG courses at du.ac.in, follow the updates

15:32 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
Science cut-off at Swami Shraddhanand College

B.Sc (H) Botany: PwD (65 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (65 per cent)B.Sc (H) Chemistry: OBC (86 per cent), SC (83 per cent), ST (82 per cent), PwD (72 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (70 per cent)B.Sc (H) Microbiology: General (87 per cent), OBC (84 per cent), SC (83 per cent), ST (82 per cent), PwD (80 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (82 per cent)B.Sc (H) Physics: SC (83 per cent), ST (80 per cent), PwD (80 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (80 per cent)B.Sc (H) Zoology: OBC (84.33 per cent), SC (82.66 per cent), ST (80 per cent), PwD (74 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (78 per cent)B.Sc Applied Life Sciences: OBC (79 per cent), SC (70 per cent), ST (65 per cent), PwD (62 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (62 per cent)B.Sc Life Sciences: OBC (78 per cent), SC (70 per cent), ST (68 per cent), PwD (62 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (62 per cent)B.Sc Physical Science: General (83 per cent), OBC (80 per cent), SC (77 per cent), ST (72 per cent), PwD (68 per cent), Kashmiri migrant (68 per cent)

15:32 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
Documents required for admission

A statement issued by the Vivekananda College states, "All the candidates of 4th admission list shall be admitted from July 6 to July 9, 2018 between 9:30 am to 1:30 pm after verification of their documents. After approval of admission, students have to log in to the undergraduate admission portal to make online admission fee payment."

List of documents required

Admission registration form printoutUndertaking by the candidate (for anti-ragging)Undertaking by the parent/guardian (for anti-ragging of their ward)Provisional certificate of Class 12 (original)Character certificate (recent)(original)Migration/transfer certificate (original) for those who have passed 12th from outside DelhiSelf-attested photocopy for Class 12th marksheetSelf-attested photocopy for Class 10th marksheetTwo passport sized recent photographs of the candidates

15:31 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
Gargi College 4th cut-off list

B.A: General (91 per cent), OBC (82.5 per cent), SC (80 per cent), PwD (79 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (76 per cent)B.A (Hons) Applied Psychology: General (96.5 per cent), OBC (89.5 per cent), SC (87 per cent), ST (85 per cent), PwD (90 per cent)B.A (Hons) Economics: SC (84.75 per cent), PwD (78 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (78 per cent)B.A (Hons) English: General (94 per cent), OBC (89 per cent), PwD (84 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (94 per cent)B.A (Hons) Hindi: OBC (74 per cent), ST (70 per cent), PwD (73 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (70 per cent)B.A (Hons) History: SC (82.5 per cent), PwD (80 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (88 per cent)B.A (Hons) Philosophhy: OBC (80.5 per cent), SC/ST (75.75 per cent), PwD (83.75 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (83.75 per cent)B.A (Hons) Political Science: General (93.5 per cent), OBC (88.5 per cent), ST (70 per cent), PwD (73 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (70 per cent)B.A (Hons) Sanskrit: OBC (45 per cent), ST (45 per cent), PwD (45 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (45 per cent)B.Com: General (94.25 per cent), OBC (87.5 per cent), SC (83 per cent), ST (68 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (90 per cent)B.Com (Hons): General (95.5 per cent), OBC (90 per cent), SC (84 per cent), ST (70 per cent), PwD (84 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (90 per cent)

13:36 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
DU 4th cut-off 2018: Check NCWEB list

The Delhi University has also released the Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) second cut-off list. Both Hansraj College and Miranda House have announced a cut-off of 84 and 83 per cent respectively for admission to BCom course. However, for their BA (Programme) in the general category, the admissions are closed.

13:14 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
Nearly 3 lakh applied in Delhi University

The Delhi University started its admission portal for aspirants of various undergraduate courses on May 15. The registration for these courses ended on June 7. The first cut-off list was announced on June 19. The total number of male applicants are 1,44,248, women 1,34,297 and other applicants 29.

13:04 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
DU 4th cut-off 2018: Options available for humanities stream students

Humanities students can apply for BA (Hons) in Sociology, English and Economics as some seats in some colleges are still vacant. There has been a drop of 0.25 to two per cent in cut-offs for humanities courses across colleges. A drop of 0.25 to 0.5 per cent has been recorded in cut-offs in science courses. — PTI inputs

12:59 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
DU 4th cut-off 2018: Science stream students can apply in North Campus colleges

Students from the science stream can still apply to colleges in the North Campus in courses such as B.Sc (Hons) Botany, B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science and B.Sc (Hons) Physics as there are seats available under these courses. PTI inputs

12:54 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
DU to release 5 cut-offs

Unlike previous years, the Delhi University will release five cut-offs. The colleges will start classes from July 20 onwards and the final cut-off will release next week.

12:53 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
DU 4th cut-off 2018: Admission available at Ramjas College

At Ramjas College, there are seats available in the popular Economics (Hons) at 96.75 per cent while the cut-off has marginally dipped for English (Hons) which is at 95.25 per cent, History (Hons) at 94.75 per cent, Political Science (Hons) at 95.50 per cent.

11:30 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
Top colleges demand above 90 per cent for most courses

In LSR, only Philosophy (Hons), BA Programme and Statistics (Hons) were open and the college demand 92 per cent, 93.50 per cent and 97per cent, respectively. In Miranda House, the cut-off for Economics (Hons) was 96.75 per cent while for English (Hons), the cut-off remained same as the last list at 96.50 per cent. Those who wish admission in the Sociology (Hons) and BA Programme, the college demands 94.75 per cent and 94.75 per cent.

11:20 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
Seats remain vacant for reserved category in Delhi University

While seats in various courses for general category is closed, the students belonging to the reserved categories still had a lot of coptions. It seems, seats will remain vacant for them in the fifth cut-off as well. For document verification and approval of admission, the students will have to visit morning colleges between 9.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.

10:28 (IST) 06 Jul 2018
DU 4th cut-off 2018: Seats remain vacant in popular courses

The admission in UG courses at Delhi University is on with now about 20 per cent seats left. Some popular courses like Economics (Hons), B Com (Hons) and English (Hons) still have seats at a few colleges. The drop in the DU fourth cut-offs ranged from 0.25 to 0.50 percentage

18:54 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
Vivekananda College's 4th cut-off

B.A (programme): General (80 per cent), OBC (74 per cent), SC (75 per cent), ST (67 per cent), PwD (65 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (72.50 per cent)B.Com: General (88.50 per cent), OBC (82 per cent), SC (79 per cent), ST (79 per cent), PwD (75 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (79 per cent)B.Com (Hons): General (91 per cent), OBC (84 per cent), SC (83 per cent), ST (81 per cent), PwD (80 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (82 per cent)B.A (Hons) English: ST (75 per cent), PwD (55 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (81 per cent)B.A (Hons) Hindi: ST (61 per cent), PwD (60 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (66.75 per cent)B.A (Hons) History: General (84 per cent), OBC (76 per cent), SC (77 per cent), ST (69 per cent), PwD (65 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (76 per cent)B.A (Hons) Political Science: OBC (82.50 per cent), ST (77 per cent), PwD (75 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (78 per cent)B.A (Hons) Sanskrit: General (48 per cent), OBC (45 per cent), SC (45 per cent), ST (45 per cent), PwD (45 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (45 per cent)B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics: General (90 per cent), ST (77 per cent), PwD (77 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (83 per cent)

18:51 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
PGs in DU

With lots of students coming to Delhi for higher studies, the basis concern of the students and parents are accomodation facilities and foods. Keeping that in mind, lots of companies have opened luxurious PGs in Delhi which offered various types of foods, gym facilities, indoor games, like table tennis court, chess, billiards. These PGs costs from Rs 20,000 to 30,000 and are available mostly in the areas surrounding northern campus of Delhi University. 

18:37 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
NCWEB releases 1st cut-off list

The Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB), on Friday, announced its first cut-off list. The highest cut-off for admission in the general category to B.Com was 85 per cent for Hansraj College and Miranda House, a decline of five per cent from last year. For admission to BA programme, Hansraj College and Miranda House had announced a highest cut-off of 78 per cent, which had decreased by 10 per cent from last year. The admissions for NCWEB begon Saturday. The NCWEB is a non-formal system of obtaining degree from the Delhi University with lectures being delivered only on the weekends. Only women students residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi can enrol themselves as students of the board.

18:30 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
B.A and B.Com cut-off at Swami Shraddhanand College

B.A: General (77 per cent), OBC (73 per cent), SC (72 per cent), ST (70 per cent), PwD (69 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (69 per cent)B.A (Hons) English: General (85 per cent), OBC (84 per cent), SC (77 per cent), ST (77 per cent), PwD (70 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (70 per cent)B.A (Hons) Geography: General (82.5 per cent), OBC (78 per cent), ST (75.25 per cent), PwD (70 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (70 per cent)B.A (Hons) Hindi: General (72 per cent), OBC (68 per cent), SC (66 per cent), ST (66 per cent), PwD (65 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (70 per cent)B.A (Hons) History: General (80 per cent), OBC (78 per cent), SC (73 per cent), ST (72 per cent), PwD (71 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (71 per cent)B.Com: OBC (77 per cent), SC (73 per cent), ST (65 per cent), PwD (65 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (75 per cent)B.Com (Hons): OBC (80 per cent), SC (75 per cent), ST (65 per cent), PwD (65 per cent), Kashmiri migrants (75 per cent)

18:10 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
B.Com (Hons) at Shaheed Bhagat Singh College

B.Com (Hons) is closed for the general category in Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, however, there are seats available for OBC (85.5 per cent), ST at 61 per cent and PwD for 50 per cent. Similarly, for B.Com, 94 per cent is required for general category while for reserved categories, it is closed.

18:08 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
Hindu College fourth cut-off for Kashmiri migrants

B.A programme: 90 per centB.A (Hons) English: 91 per centB.A (Hons) Hindi:85 per centB.A (Hons) History: 92 per centB.A (Hons)Philosophy: 88 per centB.A (Hons)Political Science: 89 per centB.A (Hons)Sanskrit: 59 per centB.A (Hons)Sociology: 90 per centB.Com (Hons): 87 per centB.A (Hons)Botany: 92 per centB.A (Hons)Chemistry: 86.66 per centB.A (Hons)Mathematics: 89 per centB.A (Hons)Physics: 93 per centB.A (Hons)Zoology: 91.33 per centB.Sc Physical Science with Chemistry: 85.33 per cent

18:04 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
Most colleges close admission for B.Com (Hons)

Most colleges have closed the admission for B.Com (Hons) programme. While Shri Ram College of Commerce closed admissions to its UG courses; Hindu is closed for history, political science, sociology and philosophy for the general category. Admissions for BA Programme and Honours courses in economics, English, political science and mathematics at JMC are also closed.

17:58 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
Hindu College cut-off: 4th cut-off for Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and other courses

B.Sc (Hons) Botany: PwD (84 per cent)B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry: OBC (95 per cent)B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics: PwD (88 per cent)B.Sc (Hons) Physics: PwD (84 per cent)B.Sc (Hons) Zoology: SC (93.66 per cent)B.Sc Physical Science with Chemistry: OBC (93.33 per cent), ST (76 per cent), PwD (73 per cent)B.Sc Physical Science with Electronics: OBC (92.66 per cent), PwD (68 per cent)

17:52 (IST) 05 Jul 2018

B.A (Hons) Philosophy

OBC: 88 per cent, SC/ST/PwD: 86.25 per cent

B.A (Hons) Political Science

PwD: 90 per cent

B.A (Hons) Sociology

ST: 90.50 per cent, PwD: 80.50 per cent

B.Com (Hons)

OBC: 94 per cent, SC: 90 per cent, PwD: 80 per cent

17:46 (IST) 05 Jul 2018

For B.A (Hons) Hindi, the cut off for PwD category is 83 per cent. After the release of the fourth cut-off, OBC students possessing 91.75, SC/ST students possessing 91 per cent and PwD students holding 92 per cent can obtain admission for B.A (Hons) History.

17:39 (IST) 05 Jul 2018

The fourth cut -off for B.A (Hons) English at Hindu College is as follows:

General category: 96 per cent

OBC: 93 per cent

SC: 92 per cent

ST: 90 per cent

17:35 (IST) 05 Jul 2018

Cut-off for B.Com (Hons) for Kashmiri migrants is 87.375 per cent and that for B.A (Hons) Ecnomics is 92.75 per cent. Admission for B.Com has been closed by SRCC for general, OBC and SC candidates and for B.A (Hons) Ecnomics, it has been closed for general and SC candidates.

17:30 (IST) 05 Jul 2018

For admission to B.Com and BA (Hons) Economics (first year)on the basis of avarage percentage in four best subject. Admission for the general category has now been closed for both these courses. For OBC category, the cut off for BA (Hons) Economics is 96 per cent. The cut-off for B.Com (Hons) for SC candidates is 90.50 per cent and for ST the cut off for BA (Hons) Economics is 90.75 per cent. For candidates belonging to PwD category, the cut off stands at 80 per cent and 88 per cent for B.Com and BA (Hons) Economics.

17:24 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
More colleges release 4th cut-off list

Vivekananda College, Hindu College and Swami Shraddhanand College have also released their respective cut-off scores for admission into various undergraduate courses. As many as 26,291 of 56,000 seats were filled in the second list, and many prominent colleges had closed admissions. However, 3,203 students withdrew their admissions.

17:20 (IST) 05 Jul 2018
DU 4th cut-off list released

The Delhi University has released its fourth cut-off list today, on July 5. Till now, the cut-off has been released for Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) and Satyawai College. All those students who have been eyeing on these colleges can check out the list at the official websites — srcc.edu and satyawati.du.ac.in

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The cut-off for admission in the University of Delhi is calculated on the basis of the ‘Best of Four’ formula wherein the average of the highest marks of any four subjects will be considered. The candidates who will meet the cut-off will be called for document verification and payment of admission fees into the respective college.