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DU First Cut-off List 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Check detailed cut-off, rules for admissions

Delhi University DU First Cut-Off List 2019 Arts (BA), Commerce (B.Com), and Science (B.Sc) HIGHLIGHTS: Students can check the official website — du.ac.in to view college-wise and subject-wise cut-offs

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DU Cut-Off List 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Delhi University admission process begins

Delhi University DU First Cut-Off List 2019 Arts (BA), Commerce (B.Com), and Science (B.Sc) HIGHLIGHTS: The University of Delhi (DU) released the first cut-off or merit list today – June 27 (Thursday) – a day in advance of the scheduled date. Rajeev Gupta, head admissions committee, DU told indianexpress.com they are trying to publish the DU cut-off early to allow more time to students. This has been by-far the most delayed admission process as the application forms were released late.

Students can check the official website — du.ac.in to view college-wise and subject-wise cut-offs. Earlier, it was scheduled to be released tomorrow. The slight shift in the admissions is done to allow students with time to make choices for admissions.

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DU cut-off 2019: How to check

Step 1: Go to the official website of the Delhi University

Step 2: On the homepage, under the undergraduate section

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Step 3: A pdf will be available that will have the complete list of cut-off both category and college-wise

Step 4: Download and check

Just like every year, most of the applications were registered from the Central Board of Secondary Education students. As many as 2.05 lakh students applied form CBSE followed by 8,755 applications by UP Board and 8,398 applications by the Council for the Indian School Certification Examination (CISCE). Since the number of students clearing CBSE 12 with 95% marks has increased from last year, the DU cut off too has increased, as expected.

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DU First Cut-Off List 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Delhi University Arts, Science and Commerce streams cut-off updates

Second cut-off list on July 4

For the seats which will be left vacant, a second cut-off list will be released from July 3 night or 4 mornings for which document verification will take place from July 4 to July 6

Second cut-off list on July 4

For the seats which will be left vacant, a second cut-off list will be released from July 3 night or 4 mornings for which document verification will take place from July 4 to July 6

DU admissions 2019: Documents needed

— Application form print out
— Three passport-sized pictures
— Address proof
— Date of birth proof
— Class 10 mark sheet
— Class 12 mark sheet/ pass certificate
— Reservation certificates

Highest applicants for BA (Hons) Sociology

The second highest applicants to seats ratio was for BA (Honours) Sociology, with 1,11,988 applicants for 483 seats in 10 colleges.

Cut-off for BA (Hons) Journalims at Delhi College of Arts

The highest cut-off for the Journalism course is 98.5 per cent at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, same as last year. However, the lowest cut-off for the course has risen from 92 per cent to 94 per cent at Bharati College.

Cut-off remain high for BA (Hons) Journalism programme

Cut-offs also remain high for the BA (Honours) Journalism programme, which has the highest applicants to seats ratio across all courses, with 1,12,233 applicants vying for 306 seats across 7 colleges.

Cut-off does not dip below 95% in any of these 11 colleges

The cut-off does not dip below 95 per cent in any of the 11 colleges where the course is offered — with Aryabhatta College registering the lowest cut-off at that figure. The course is offered in only three co-ed colleges — Zakir Hussain College, Keshav Mahavidyalaya and Aryabhatta College. Of these, the highest cut-off is at Keshav Mahavidyalaya at 97 per cent.

DU admissions 2019: Know the cut-off for Psychology, Journalism

In highly competitive admissions to Delhi University’s BA (Honours) Psychology programme, the cut-off has soared as high as 98.75 per cent in Lady Shri Ram College for Women.

The course, which had seen the sixth highest number of applicants — 1,12,312 — is offered in only 11 colleges, and there are all of 555 seats up for grabs across them. At 98.75 per cent, the course has registered the second highest cut-off across all courses, on a par with Shri Ram College of Commerce’s cut-off for its coveted BA (Honours) Economics programme.

Check cut-off for SGTB Khalsa College, Dyal Singh College

SGTB Khalsa College, which had the highest cut-off of 98 per cent for Computer Science last year, continues to retain the same cut-off alongside Dyal Singh College (Morning). The admission under the first list will take place till July 1. The second cut-off will be declared on July 4.

DU cut-off 2019: How to check

Step 1: Go to the official website of the Delhi University

Step 2: On the homepage, under the undergraduate section

Step 3: A pdf will be available that will have the complete list of cut-off both category and college-wise

Step 4: Download and check

What is the highest cut-off for Maths and Statistics at Hindu College

For Mathematics and Statistics, the highest cut-off is 97.75 per cent at Hindu College. This is followed by 97 per cent at SGTB Khalsa College, Gargi College, Ramjas College and KMC.

What is the cut-off for Physics (Hons) at Hindu college

In the science stream, the highest cut-off is for Physics (Hons) at Hindu College — 98.33 per cent, as compared to 98 per cent last year

Cut-off in Journalism touches 98.5%

For BA (Hons) Journalism, the highest cut-off is 98.5 per cent at DCAC, the same as last year. Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) has the highest cut-off for Psychology at 98.75 per cent. The college has marginally increased its cut-off in all courses, except Journalism and Philosophy, where the cut-off has dipped by 0.25 and 1 percentage points respectively.

Cut-offs increased in SRCC by 0.75%

While SRCC increased its B.Com (Hons) cut-off by 0.75 per cent, its Economics cut-off has only gone up by 0.25 per cent. “We can accommodate 250-odd students for B.Com, but for Economics, we only take 63 students in general category, so we need to keep the cut-off high,” said SRCC principal Simrit Kaur.

Check cut-offs for B.Com (Hons)

Besides Economics, another subject for which cut-offs are high is B.Com (Hons). Both SRCC and Kirori Mal College have set the cut-off at 98.5 per cent for the course. Last year, the B.Com (Hons) cut-off at KMC was 97.5 per cent.

Check cut-off for Shri Ram College of Commerce

For Economics (Hons), Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) declared the highest cut-off of 98.75 per cent — an increase of 0.25 per cent from last year. For the popular English (Hons) course, the cut-off remained below 98 per cent, despite the course getting the highest number of applications (1,42,970). The highest cut-off for the course is at Hindu College at 97.75 per cent.

Why Hindu College keeps 99% for Political Science

Explaining the high cut-off for Political Science at Hindu College, principal Anju Shrivastava said, “Our past experience is that there is usually over-admission in the course. The sanctioned strength from the general category is only 19, but last year we had 80 admissions in just the general category. It’s in demand, so it’s natural that we had to keep the cut-off high,” she said.

Cut-offs increase in many DU colleges

Many top Delhi University colleges marginally increased their cut-offs as compared to last year for most subjects. However, there are courses in which the cut-off has remained the same or dipped marginally.

Political Science receives highest number of applications

Political Science receives highest number of applicationsThe course received the second highest number of applications this year — 1,30,240 — after English.

Political Science gets highest cut-off at Hindu College

In the first cut-off released by Delhi University Thursday, the highest cut-off this time was 99 per cent for Political Science at Hindu College — up 2 per cent from last year.

Last year, the highest cut-off for Political Science was 96.75 per cent at Ramjas College

DU admissions 2019: At 99%, Political Science pips English in cut-off

DU admissions 2019: It’s not English which received the most number of applications this year, or BA Programme, the course which had the highest cut-off last year at 98.75 per cent. In the first cut-off released by Delhi University Thursday, the highest cut-off this time was 99 per cent for Political Science at Hindu College — up 2 per cent from last year.

Last year, the highest cut-off for Political Science was 96.75 per cent at Ramjas College. The course received the second highest number of applications this year — 1,30,240 — after English.

Hans Raj College entire list

BA (history + Political Science) - 97.75%
BA (English + Economics) - 97.50%
BA (Hindi + Philosophy) - 93.50%
BA (Sanskrit + Political Science) - 97.25%
BA (H) Economics - 98.50%
BA (H) English - 97.75%
BA (H) Hindi - 91%
BA (H) History - 92.50%
BA (H) Philosophy - 92.50%
BA (H) Political Science - 99%
BA (H) Sanskrit - 77.50%
BCom (H) - 98.25%
BSc (H) Botany - 96%
BSc (H) Chemistry - 97.33%
BSc (H) Mathematics - 97.75%
BSc (H) Physics - 98.33%
BSc (H) Statistics - 97.75%
BSc (H) Zoology - 97.33%
BSc physical science with Chemistry - 96.66%
Bsc physical science with electronics - 96.33%

DU's highest cut-off at 99%

The Hindu College has given the highest cut-off of this year at 99% for its BA (H) political science course. Implying that to seek admission in this course, students need to score 99% marks (best of four).

Miranda House highest cut off at 98.25%

BA (H) Begali - 67%
BA (H) Economics - 98.25%
BA (H) English - 97.50%
BA (H) Geography - 98.25%
BA (H) Hindi - 89%
BA (H) History - 97%
NA (H) Phoilosophy - 95%
BA (H) Political Science - 98%
BA (H) Sanskrit - 72%
BA (H) Sociology - 96.75%
BSc (H) Botany - 96.67%
BSc (H) Chemistry - 96.67%
BSc (H) Math - 96.75%
BSc (H) Physics - 97%
BSc (H) Zoology - 97.33%
BSc Life Science - 96.33%
BSc Physical Science - 94.33%

At Hans Raj highest cutoff at 98.5%, check entire list

BSc Physica Science (Chemistry) -95.33%
BSC Physical Science (Coomputer) - 95.33%
BSc Life science - 95%
BSc (H) Compyter science - 97%
BSc (H) Botany - 95.66^
BSc (H) Chemistry - 96.33%
BSc (H) electronics - 96%
BSc Physics - 97.33%
BSc (H) Geology - 96.66%
BSc (H) Mathematics - 96.5%
BSc (H) Anthroplolgy - 93%
BCom (H) 98.25%
BA (H) Economics - 98.5%
BA (H) English - 97.25%
BA (H) Hindi - 86%
BA (H) Sanskrit - 72%
BA (history and Economic) - 97%
BA (physical education and history) - 96.25%
BA (Sanskskrit and history) - 95%

Keshav Mahavidyalaya

BCom (H) - 97%
BSc (H) Comp Science - 96%
BSc (H) Electronics - 89.33%
BSc (H) Mathematics - 95.50%
BSC Maathematical Science - 91%
BSC (H) Physics - 94.66%
BSc Physical science with computer - 90%
BA (H) Psychology - 97%

Gargi College cut-off 97% strong - highest for Psychology

BA (H) applied psychology - 97%
BA (H) Economics - 97%
BA (H) English - 96%
BA (H) Hindi - 82%
BA (H) History - 93%
BA (H) Philosophy - 90%
BA (H) Politicl Science - 96%
BA (H) Sanskrit - 50%
BCom - 95.5%
BSc (H) Botany - 92.66%
BSc (H) Chemistry - 97%
BSC (H) Mathematics - 97%
BSC (H) Microbiology - 95.3%
BSc (H) Physics - 97%
BSc (H) Zoology - 94.33%
BSc Life Sciences - 90.66%
BSc Physical Sciences - 92%

JMC college detailed cutoff list

BCom (H) - 96%
BCom - 95%
Economics - 96.25% with Economics in best of four and 98.35 without
English - 97%
Hindi - 65% (a candidate needs to have 70% in Hindi and English as compulsory subject)
BSc Mathematics - 95%
Political Science - 96.5% with Pol Science in best of four else 98.5%
Psychology - 98% (85% in psychology is a must) in the case of without psychology candidates 99%
Sociology - 96% (without sociology 98%)
BVoc (RM) - 91%
BVoc (HM) - 88%
Economics-entrepreneurship - 94%
Economics - Mathematics - 89%
Computer Application - advertising, sales, promotion and sales management - 89%
Computer Application - Mathematics - 84%
History-Spanish - 80%
History - political science - 96%
Political Science - Sociology - 96%
Psychology Philosophy - 95%
French - Philosophy - 85%
Entrepreneurship-advertising, sales promotion, and sales management - 92%
Elective English - Fench - 92%
Elective English - History - 96%
Spanish - Sociology - 85%
Spanish - advertising, sales promotion and sales management - 85%

Mata Sundari College for Women

BCom programme - 93%
BCom (H) - 94%
BA (H) English - 92%
BA (H) History - 88%
BA (H) Political Science - 90%
BA (H) Sanskrit - 55%
BA (H) Philosogy - 77.5%
BSC (H) Mathematics - 90%
BA (H) Psychology - 96%
BA programme - 86%
BA with Psychology - 88%
BSc (H) Comp Science - 90%
BSC (H) Satistics - 90%

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College

BCom (H) - 97.5%
BCom - 96%
BA (H) Economics - 97.5%
BA (H) English 95%
BA (H) Hindi - 82%
BA (H) Geography - 93.5%
BSc (H) Mathematics - 94.5%
BA (H) Pol Science - 93%

Kirori Mal College (KMC) first list detailed

BA (H) English - 97%
BA (H) Hindi - 89.5%
BA (H) Urdu - 80%
BA (H) Sanksrit - 72%
BA (H) Geography - 96.5%
BA (H) Pol. Science - 96%
BA (H) History - 95%
BA (H) Eonomics - 98.25%
BCom (H) - 98.5%
BCom - 97.5%
BSc Physical Science - 93.66%
BSC Physical Science with computer science - 94.33%
BSc Life Science - 93%
BSC - 93%
BSC (H) Physics - 96.66%
BSC (H) Chemistry - 96%
BSc (H) Botany - 96%
BSC (H) Zoology - 97.33%
BSC (H) Satistics - 97%
BSC (H) Mathematics - 97%

PGDAV detailed cut-off

BA (H) Economics - 96%
BA (H) English - 93.5%
BA (H) Hindi - 80%
BA (H) History - 90%
BA (H) Politicial Sciecne - 92%
BA (H) Sanskrit - 62%
BCom - 94%
BCom (H) - 95%
BSC (H) Computer Science - 94%
BSC (H) Satistics - 96%
BSC Math Science - 92%

St Stephens detailed cutoff

BSC (Hons) Mathematics - 97.5% for commerce
BA (Hons) History - 98.5%
BA (Hons) Philosophy - 97%
BA (Hons) Sanskrit - 65% (Must have Sanskrit in class 10)
For BA (Hons) Economics - 98.75% (92% in maths)
For BA (Hons) English - 98.75% (90% in core English or 85% in English elective)
BA programme - 98.65%

Bhagini Nivediata College first cut-off list detailed

BA porgramme - 72%
BA (Hons) Hindi - 72%
BA (hons) history - 75%
BA (Hons) Political science - 79%
BCom - 84%
BSc Physical Science (chemistry) - 78%
BSc (H) Home Science - 85%
BSc (H) Physics - 90%

Ramanujan College: Detailed first cut-off

BCom (H) - 95%
BCom - 93%
BA (prog) - 90%
English (H) - 92%
Hindi (H) - 82%
Political Science - 89%
BSc (H) Satistics - 95%
BSc (H) Computer Science - 93%
BA (H) applied psychology - 95%
BA (H) Philosogy - 90%
BA (H) Economics - 95%
BVoc (banking) - 91%
BVoc (Software) -91%

Rules for admissions at Satyawati college

Girls will be given up to 1% relaxation in the best of four per cent. A concession of 4% in best of four calculation will be given to students taking Sanskrit or Urdu and deduction of 3% for stream change in BA (prog) admissions will be applicable at Satywawati College.

Detailed cut-off list for Satwawati College

Detailed cut-off list for Satwawati College

BA Programme - 90%
BA with SKT - 85%
BCom (hons) - 95%
BCom (prog) - 93%
BA (hons) Econonomics - 95%
BA (hons) English - 94.50%
BA (hons) Hindi - 85%
BA (hons) History - 89%
BSc (hons) Mathematics - 95%
BA (hons) polictical science - 93%
BA (hons) Sanskrit - 60%
BA (hons) Urdu - 60%

SRCC cut off rises by 0.75%

The Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) releases its first cut-off today which had a rise of 0,75% from last year taking the marks required for admission to B.Com (Hons) to 98.50%.

DU entrance test details

The DU entrance Test or DUET will be conducted in three shifts — morning (8 am to 10 am), afternoon (12 pm to 2 pm), and evening shift (4 pm to 6 pm). This is the first time that the National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the entrance exams for the undergraduate courses The exams will begin with LLB, BPEd and B.Ed exams on the first day and end with MA social work MA music courses, MSc and MPhil/PhD entrance for Punjabi, Urdu and Botany on July 8.

DU admissions 2019, Delhi University cut-off 2019: Top picked courses

This year eight BA (Hons) – in different subjects – made it to top 10 courses including the top-most choice. The top choice this year was BA (Hons) English in which 1,42,970 students applied closely followed by BA (Hons) Political science course in which 1,30,240 students applied.

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DU First cut-off List 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Check cut-off of various colleges

DU First cut-off List 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The Delhi University first cut-off release was deferred from June 24 following the amended eligibility criteria. As per the new rule, the university made it mandatory to include mathematics in best of four subjects for admission in BA (Hons) in Economics and also fixed minimum 50 per cent marks criteria in mathematics to apply for B Com (Hons).

The court ordered the Delhi University to allow students to apply for admission to ug courses based on the eligibility criteria of 2018-19.