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DU First Cut Off List 2021 Updates: Top colleges seek 100% marks for 11 courses

DU 1st Cut Off List 2021, Delhi University UG Admissions Cut Off List Updates: Based on the cut-off students will now have to select courses and colleges they are eligible for at du.ac.in and fill options.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 4, 2021 9:49:09 am
Aspirants can check the course-wise cut-offs for different colleges at du.ac.in. (Graphic: Abhishek Mitra)

Delhi University UG Admission Cut Off Updates: The University of Delhi (DU) on Friday released the first-cut off list for undergraduate (UG) courses. Aspirants can check the course-wise cut-offs for different colleges at du.ac.in.

The cut-offs this year are as high as 100 per cent in many colleges for various courses. This year, over 70,000 students have scored more than 95 per cent in CBSE class 12 board exams this time. Based on the cut-off students will now have to select courses and colleges they are eligible for at du.ac.in and fill options.

The admission process against the first list will be completed on October 8, which will be the last date for candidates to make their payments. The entire admission process will be conducted online.

While the first cut-off list will be released on October 1, candidates can begin applying for admission to colleges against this list between October 4 and October 6, and colleges have to complete approvals for these admissions before October 7 evening.

Last year, the first cut-off had gone as high as 100 per cent. Lady Shri Ram College for Women offered admission to BA (H) Economics, BA (H) Political Science, and BA (H) Psychology programmes to students who got 100 per cent as their best of four subjects score.

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DU first cut-off list 2021 Updates: Check cut-offs at du.ac.in

12:19 (IST)02 Oct 2021
Ambedkar University Delhi to release first cut off on Oct 5

The Delhi government-run Ambedkar University (AUD) will release its first cut-off list for undergraduate courses on October 5, officials said on Friday. The second cut-off list will be released on October 8 and the third one on October 12. 

11:59 (IST)02 Oct 2021
DU aspirants perplexed as cut-offs sky rockets for top courses

DU on Friday announced its first cut-off list for undergraduate admissions with prominent colleges pegging the cut-offs at 100 per cent for various courses. Meanwhile, the Delhi University Teachers’ Association treasurer Abha Dev Habib said students should not lose heart and wait for subsequent cut-offs. Read more

10:35 (IST)02 Oct 2021
Admission Updates on other universities in Delhi

More than 19,000 candidates have so far registered for undergraduate courses in Delhi government-run Ambedkar University (AUD), according to officials. The varsity holds merit-based admissions by releasing cut-offs like the Delhi University. The Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) is yet to release its cut-off schedule. Read more

10:29 (IST)02 Oct 2021
Perfect score precautionary measure to avoid over-admissions: DU college principals

Clarifying over the high cut-offs released for various courses on Friday, principals of colleges that have kept the cut-offs at 100 per cent  said the perfect score is a precautionary measure to avoid over-admissions. Read more

10:21 (IST)02 Oct 2021
BCom (H), Political Science (H), Computer Science (H) among top courses at DU

In the first cut-off list released by DU on Friday, as many as 10 courses cut-off reached to 100 per cent making students perplexed about their admission chances. The courses with highest cut off included BCom (H), Political Science (H), Computer Science (H), B Com among others

20:13 (IST)01 Oct 2021
DU Admissions 2021: BA (H) Political Science cut off

Aryabhatta College - 96%
Atma Rama Sanatan Dharma College - 98.50%
Bhagini Nivedita College - 80%
Bharati College - 91%
Daulat Ram College - 99%
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce - 98.50%
Deshbandhu College - 96%
Dyal Singh College - 98%
Dyal Singh Evening College - 95%
Gargi College - 98.50%
Hindu College - 100%
Indraprastha College for Women - 98%
Janki Devi Memorial College - 96%
Kamala Nehru College - 99%
Kalindi College - 93%
Kirori Mal College - 99.75%
Lady Shri Ram College for Women - 99.75%
Lakshmibai College - 96%
Maharaja Agrasen College - 98%
Maitreyi College - 98%
Mata Sundri College for Women - 96%
Miranda House - 99.75%
Ramanuja College - 97%

Ramjas College - 100%
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College For Women - 97%
Zakir Husain Delhi College - 97%

19:50 (IST)01 Oct 2021
Did not get through this cut-off list? Here's what to do

Admissions according to the first notification will be held from Monday onwards. Those who could not make it through this cut-off this can wait for the next cut-off which will release on October 9. As per the schedule earlier shared by the DU, the admission process would begin online from 10 am on October 4, 2021. Students would get time till October 6, 2021, to apply for their admissions and complete the formality (fee payment, document upload) till October 8. 

19:45 (IST)01 Oct 2021
DU Admissions 2021: Lady Sri Ram College for Women cut-off

BA (H) Economics - 99.50%
BA (H) Political Science - 99.75%
BA (H) Psychology - 99.75%
BA (H) History - 99.25%
BA (H) Persian - 97.50%
BA (H) English - 99%
BA (H) Socology - 98.75%
BA (H) Hindi - 93%

19:41 (IST)01 Oct 2021
DU Cut-off 2021: BA (Hons) Economics cut-off across colleges

Aryabhatta College - 98%
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College - 99%
College of Vocational Studies - 97%
Daulat Ram College - 99%
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce - 98.75%
Deshbandhu College - 97%
Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College - 98%
Dyal Singh College - 98.50%
Gargi College - 99%
Hansraj College - 99.75%
Hindu College 99.75%
Indraprastha College for Women - 99%
Janki Devi Memorial College - 96.50%
Kalindi College - 98%
Kamala Nehru College - 98%
Kirori Mal College - 99.50%
Lady Shri Ram College for Women - 99.50%
Laskshmibai College - 98%
Maitreyi College - 98%
Miranda House - 99.50%
Motilal Nehru College - 98.50%
PGDAV college - 98%
Rajdhani College - 98%
Ramanujan College - 98%
Ramjas College - 99.75%
Satyawati College - 98%
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College - 98.75%
Shivaji College - 98%
SRCC - 100%
Shyam Lal College - 97%
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College For Women - 97%
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College - 99.50%
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce - 98%

19:28 (IST)01 Oct 2021
List of colleges with 100% cut off

In the first cut off list declared by DU this year, the following colleges have released 100 per cent cut-offs for these courses:

Sri Ram College for Commerce for Economics Honours and B.Com Honors,

Hindu College for Political Science Honours

Ramjas College for Political Science Honours,

Hindu College for BCom, 

SGTB Khalsa College for BCom,

Hansraj College for Computer Science Honours,

Deen Dayal Upadhyay College for Computer Science Honours and

Jesus and Mary College for Psychology Honours.

19:16 (IST)01 Oct 2021
Cut-off released: How to apply for admission?

The default settings allow all applicants to register for all courses (without any penalties). The applicants will be eligible to take admission in all the colleges and courses provided they satisfy the cut-off of the colleges and the eligibility for the selected courses. Applicants must log in to their dashboards on the UG admission portal to choose the course and college they wish to claim admission in from the list of colleges and courses they are eligible for. 

18:43 (IST)01 Oct 2021
Cut-off for Political Science (H) remains highest among arts courses

The cut-off for BA (H) Political Science soared to 100 per cent in  Miranda House and  Ramjas College. At Kirori Mal college, the highest cut off is at 99.75 per cent for Pol Science (H).

18:27 (IST)01 Oct 2021
SRCC cut off soars to 100% for both top courses

The cut-off for two most popular courses of the DU and SRCC - BCom (H) and BA (H) Economics reached to a 100 per cent at Shriram College of Commerce. The cut-off is lowest at 97.50 for PwD candidates.

18:13 (IST)01 Oct 2021
DU releases consolidated first cut-off list

The University of Delhi has released a consolidated first cut-off list of all the colleges at it official website - du.ac.in. The cut-offs of many popular courses like Political Science (H) have soared to 100 per cent this year. 

18:05 (IST)01 Oct 2021
Ramjas College BA (Hons) Political science cut-off at 100%

The Pol. Science (H) cut-off touched 100 per cent in the first cut off list released by Ramjas College. The cut-off for BA )Hons) English and BA (H) Economics at 99.75 per cent.

17:37 (IST)01 Oct 2021
KMC launches initiative to assist visually challenged students

Delhi University’s Kirori Mal College launched an initiative on Thursday to assist visually challenged students in pursuing higher education. Under the initiative titled Aarohan done in collaboration with an NGO called Saksham, the college will provide assistance devices to students who are visually challenged or with low vision. Read more. 

17:33 (IST)01 Oct 2021
NSUI launches helpline number to address students' queries about DU admission process

The National Students' Union of India (NSUI) on Friday launched a helpline number to address queries of students about the admissions process in Delhi University. Releasing the helpline number --  9268030030 -- NSUI national president Neeraj Kundan said as a student organisation, it is their duty not to let the students face any kind of trouble.

17:14 (IST)01 Oct 2021
JMC BA (Hons) Psychology cut-off at 100%

Jesus and Mary College (JMC) has pegged the cut-off for BA (Hons) Psychology at 100 per cent for those who do not include the subject while calculating their best of four percentage. The cut-off for students who will include the subject in their best of four subjects (BFS) marks is 99 per cent. Last year, the cut-off for Psychology (Hons) was 99.5 per cent if the subject was not included in BFS or if a student had scored less than 85 per cent in the subject, while for the others it was 98.5 per cent.

17:11 (IST)01 Oct 2021
Six DU colleges set first cut-off at 100%

At least 6 Delhi University colleges, including SRCC and Hindu College, have set 100 per cent as the cut-off for admission to some undergraduate programmes. -- With PTI inputs. 

16:09 (IST)01 Oct 2021
Kirori Mal College first cut off list

DU Admissions 2021 The last cut-off date listed by the University so far is the fifth cut-off list, to be released on November 8 if vacant seats are still available. File.

The colleges affiliated with Delhi University will also release their respective cut-off list which will be available on the official website. As per the trend, the colleges release the cut-off list first followed by the varsity. Keep checking this page for more updates.

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