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DU 6th cut-off: BCom (H) to Psychology, LSR to Hindu – top colleges, courses still available

DU 6th cut-off list: The admission process, as per the schedule, will begin on November 30 and conclude on December 3, 5 pm. The entire process will be held online. From top courses to top colleges, admissions are still available at Delhi University.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 29, 2020 9:42:45 am
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DU 6th cut-off list: The University of Delhi (DU) has released the sixth cut-off list for admission to several undergraduate courses today at du.ac.in. From top courses to top colleges, admissions are still available at Delhi University. The university had earlier announced to release only five lists, however, it issued a special list and will now release the sixth list today to fill the vacant seats. A total of 70,000 seats are to be filled at the undergraduate level for admission at DU. For this, over 3.5 lakh students had applied.

This year, due to the pandemic, the cut-off lists are being released online only. Candidates can check the list of courses and colleges they are eligible for at du.ac.in. The admission process, as per the schedule, will begin on November 30 and conclude on December 3, 5 pm. The entire process will be held online.

Once a student applies, colleges will see their application, verify and accept or reject it. Once accepted, a link of payment will be activated. Candidates need to pay for their admission and book a seat. In case seats are left vacant, a seventh cut-off list will also be released.

BCom (H)

Aditi Mahavidyalaya – 88%
AtmaRam Sanatan Dharma College – 96.25%
Bharati College – 90%
Daulat Ram College – 95.75%
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce – 95.25%
Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College – 92.75%
Gargi College – 96.25%
Indraprastha College for Women – 95.50%
Kamala Nehru College – 95.25%
Maharaja Agrasen – 94.25%
PGDAV College (evening) – 92.5%
Satyawati College – 94%
Satyawati College (evening) – 91.50%
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College – 95.75%
Shri Ram College of Commerce – 98.12%
Shyam Lal College (evening) – 90%
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce – 96%
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College – 93.75%
Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College – 96%
Vivekananda College – 91%

BA (H) Psychology

Aryabhatta College – 95.75%
Lady Shri Ram College for Women – 99%

BA (H) English

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College – 95%
Daulat Ram College – 95.25%
Dyal Singh College (evening) – 90%
Gargi College – 96%
Indraprastha College for Women – 95.75%
Lady Shri Ram College for Women – 97.5%
Lakshmibai College – 91%
Miranda House – 97.5%
Motilal Nehru College (evening) – 90%
PGDAV College – 90.5%
Ramjas College – 96.25%
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College – 90.50%

BA (H) Economics

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College – 96.25%
College of Vocational Studies 0 95.25%
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce – 95.50%
Gargi College – 96.50%
Kalindi College – 92%
Lakshmibai College – 93%
Miranda House – 97.75%
Motilal Nehru College – 95%
Ramanujan College – 94.50%
Ramjas College – 97%
Satyawati College – 94.50%
Satyawati College (evening) – 92%
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College – 95.75%
Shivaji College – 94.50%
Shyam Lala College – 92.75%
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College – 96.25%
Zakir Husain Delhi College – 94.75%

BA (H) History

College of Vocational Studies – 90.75%
Daulat Ram College – 95%
Dyal Singh College – 92.5%
Gargi College – 95.75%
Motilal Nehru College – 86.5%
Ramjas College – 96.75%
Shyam Lal College – 88.75%

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. However, the criteria for admission to each course is different. Further, there are certain relaxations available in the cut-off, for instance, SC, ST, PwD candidates will get a rebate up to five per cent in the cut-off. For OBC category candidates, the cut-off will be relaxed up to 10 per cent. EWS category candidates will be treated the same as unreserved category students, as per the rules. The exact category-wise cut-offs are mentioned at du.ac.in and in respective college websites. Read here to know best of four for your subject.

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