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DU admissions 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: NCWEB releases first cut-off list, check now

DU 4th Cut Off List 2019 Arts (BA), Commerce (B.Com), and Science (B.Sc) HIGHLIGHTS: While the entire list will be uploaded at the official website, du.ac.in by Monday, each college is displaying their individual cut-offs at their website. Check entire list here

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DU 4th cutoff 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Check the list at du.ac.in. (Express Photo By Prveen Khanna/ Representational image).

DU 4th cut-off list 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The University of Delhi (DU) released its fourth cut-off today – July 13 (Saturday). A dip in marks needed for admission is expected. B.Com followed by BA has remained the top choice of students as most of the admissions have been in the two programmes this admission season.

READ | DU admissions 2019: Hindu, Hansraj, Miranda – seats still available in top colleges

Those who have marks equal to or more than that in the cut-off can take admissions in the respective college after document verification and paying an admission fee. If a candidate gets a better college or course as per their preference in this list but has taken admission based on first or second list, they will have the chance to transfer their seat.

Read| How to transfer seat in DU?

While the entire list will be uploaded at the official website, du.ac.in by evening, each college is displaying their individual cut-offs at their website.

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DU 4th cut-off: BA (Hons) Economics stands at 97%

BA (Hons) Economics remains open in a number of popular colleges, though the cut-off is above 97 per cent in most, except at I P College for Women, where it has dipped to 96 per cent

Cut-off for Hansraj, Miranda stands at 85%

At Hansraj College and Miranda House, the cut-off for BA and B.Com programme stands at 85 per cent, while the cut-off for BA programme at Aditi Mahavidyalaya stands at 73 per cent, and for B.Com programme stands at 77 per cent.

NCWEB released first cut-off list

The Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) – the women students only department of the University of Delhi (DU) which runs classes only on weekend has released the first cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses.

DU4th list: The cut offs for Shaheed Bhagat Singh college's BA courses

B.A Programme (Hindi + Geography)-89.50%
B.A Programme (Commerce + Economics)-94.25 %
B.A Programme (Economics + Mathematics)-92%

DU 4th list: Maitreyi College cut off for BA courses out

B.A Programme (Hindi History)-88%
B.A Programme (Punjabi History)-88%
B.A Programme (Punjabi Political Science)-75%
B.A Programme (Punjabi Sociology) -75%
B.A Programme (Sanskrit History)- 80%

DU 4th list: Cut off for BA (Hin+Sanskrit) programme at Kamala Nehru College released

DU 4th list: The cut off for BA (Hin+Sanskrit) programme at Kamala Nehru College is 77%

BA (H) Political Science seats available from 88.50% onward

Daulat Ram College (Women) - 95%
Delhi College of Arts and commerce - 95.25%
Deshbhanu College - 89%
Dyal Singh College (evening) - 89.50%
Indraprastha college for women - 96%
Janki Devi College - 92%
Lakshmibai College - 90%
Maitreyi College - 93.50%
Motilal Nehru College - 88.50%
Ram Lal Anand College - 90.505
Shyam Lal College (evening) - 87.75%
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College - 95.25%
Sri Venkateswara College - 95.75%

DU 4th list: These are the cut offs for BA courses at Miranda College

B.A Programme (Bengali + History)- 75%
B.A Programme (Bengali + Political Science)- 75%

BCom fourth list lowest cut-off 89%, highest at 96.75%

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce - 95.25%
Deshbhanu College - 89%
Dyal Singh College (Evening) - 89%
Gargi - 94.75%
Janki Devi College - 91.50%
Kirori Mal College - 96.75%
Motilal Nehru college - 92.75%
PGDAV college - 91%
Ram Lal Anand College - 92.75%
Ramjas College - 96.75%
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College - 90.50%
Shyam lal College - 90%
Sri Aurobindo College - 90.75%
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa college - 91%
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College - 95.50%

DU 4th list: Cut off for BA courses at Indraprastha College for Women

B.A Programme (Hindi + History)- 88%
B.A Programme (Sanskrit + Philosophy)- 84%
B.A Programme (History + Political Science)- 91%

DU 4th list: Cut off for BA (Sansk+Pol Sci) course is 96% at Hindu College

The cut off in the fourth list for BA (Sanksrit+Political Science) programme is 96% at Hindu college

In the 4th list, 92% cut off at Hans Raj college for BA (S+H) course

For those seeking admission in B.A Programme (Sanskrit + History) at Hans Raj college, the fourth list cut off is 92% 

Cut off for BA courses at Dyal Singh College

B.A Programme (Bengali + Geography)- 78%
B.A Programme (Bengali + History)- 88%
B.A Programme (Bengali + Political Science)- 87%
B.A Programme (Hindi + History)- 88%
B.A Programme (Punjabi + Economics)- 82%
B.A Programme (Punjabi + History)- 88%
B.A Programme (Punjabi + Political Science)- 87%
B.A Programme (Sanskrit + History)- 88%
B.A Programme (Sanskrit + Political Science)- 87%
B.A Programme (Urdu + Economics)- 82%
B.A Programme (Urdu + History)- 88%
B.A Programme (Urdu + Political Science)- 87%

BA (H) Psychology still available, minimum cut-off 92.25%

Keshav Mahavidyalaya - 95.50%
Mata Sundri College - 95%
Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Science - 92.25%
Zakir Hussain Delhi College - 95%

Cut off for various courses at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

BA Programme (English+German)- 87.25%
B.A Programme (Hindi + History)- 89.50%
B.A Programme (Hindi + Physical Education- 85.75%
B.A Programme (Hindi + Political Science)- 89.50%
B.A Programme (Computer Applications +Mathematics)- 88%
B.A Programme (Economics + Mathematics)- 91.50%
B.A Programme (English + Spanish)- 87.75%
B.A Programme (Operational Research (OR)+ Computer Applications)- 88.50%

BCom (H) seats available at these colleges

BCom (H) cut-off, seats available at these colleges

Aditi Mahavidyalaya - 88%
Bharti College - 90.50%
College of Vocational Studies - 95%
Daulat Ram College (for women) - 96%
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce - 96.25%
Deshbhanu College - 93.50%
Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College - 91.50%
Gargi College - 96%
Hindu College - 97.50%
Lady Sri Ram College for Women - 97.50%
Indraprastha College for Women - 95.50%
Janki Devi Memorial college - 93.25%
Keshav Mahavidyalaya - 95.50%
Mata Sundri College - 95%
PGDAV (evening) - 91.25%

Seats at BA (H) Hindi Patrakarita available

Aditi Mahavidyalaya - 60%
Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College - 81%
Sri Guru Nanak Khala College - 76%

Aditi Mahavidyalya cut-off

BA (H) Hindi Parikarita - 60%
BA (H) Social Work - 72%
BCom (H) - 88%

DU admissions 2019: Documents needed

-- Online University registration form
-- Passport sized photograph
-- Class 10 certificate
-- Class 12 mark sheet
-- Date of birth proof
-- Reservation certificate
-- College admission form

Ambedkar University cut-off

The Ambedkar University, Delhi (AUD) has released the second cut-off list at the official website - aud.ac.in. The highest cut-off is for BA Psychology at 97.75 per cent. Check the entire list here.

DU admissions 2019: How to switch?

Candidates can change college by following these steps- 

Step 1: Visit the official website, du.ac.in
Step 2: Log-in using credentials
Step 3: Cancel the application
Step 4: Make payment, download receipt
Step 5: Go back to the dashboard
Step 6: Apply for new college
Step 7: Upload documents again

DU slaps transfer fee of Rs 100

From this year onwards, candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 1000 for change of course or college or any kind of transfer. This move, says the varsity, has been set-up to curb on multiple transfers.

Here is the 4th-cut off list for Satyawati college

DU: Here is the 4th-cut off list for Shaheed Bhagat Singh college

EWS cut-off as high as unreserved

This year, the varsity has effected a 10 per cent increase in seats for the EWS category under postgraduate and undergraduate courses. The number of seats for undergraduate courses has increased to 62,000. Separate cut-offs for the EWS category have also been released. Many students have complained that the cut-off marks for EWS list are as high as the unreserved category. The Delhi University Students’ Union has written to seven Delhi MPs and some Union ministers to help students belonging to the economically weaker section (EWS).

DU cut-offs being uploaded

Several colleges are yet to upload cut-off lists. The marks were decided on July 12 night and the same is being uploaded today. Check the lists released so far.

Gargi College fourth cut-off

B.Com- 94.75%
B.Com (hons.)- 96%
B.Sc (hons.) botany- 90%
B.sc (hons.) chemistry- 94%
B.Sc (hons.) zoology- 92.33%
B.sc life sciences- 89%
B.sc physical science- 90.33%

Shyam Lal College cut-off

BSc Physical Science Chemistry - 85.33%
BSc Physical Science Computer Science - 86.33%
BSc Physical Science Electronic - 85.33%
BSc (H) Chemistry - 92.5%
BSc (H) Mathematics - 91%
BCom (H) - 90.5%
BCom - 90%
BA Economics-political science - 86%
Ba History-political science - 86%
BA Economics-OMSP - 86%
BA (H) English - 89.5%
BA (H) Hindi - 81%

One per cent cut-off relaxation is available for female students

Rajguru College cut-off

BA (Hons) Psychology - 92.25%
BSc (Hons) Biochemistry - 90%
BSc (Hons) Electronics - 84.6%
BSc (Jons) instrumentation - 81.6%
BSc (Hons) Statistics - 90.5%

These are the cut-offs under the unreserved category. For those belonging to the reserved category, the cut-offs are lower. For other courses, the admissions have been closed already.

Forensic audit of documents

This year, the University of Delhi had opted for forensic audit for documents. The move, says DU, will curb the false documentation claims. Last year, over 50,000 fake or dubious certificates were caught in sports quota admissions.

Document verification from Monday

Those who make it through the cut-off can get their documents verified from July 15 (Monday) onwards. The admissions will close on July 16 and the last and fifth cut-off will be released on July 19 (Friday). If seats are left vacant, cut-offs thereafter can be released, however, there is no schedule, as of yet for the same.

BCom cut-off to remain high due to soaring demand

So far the highest number of admissions have been seen in the BCom courses. As per the official data, 5,252 students have taken admission in BCom while 4,897 have selected BCom (Hons). Since the demand is so high, the cut-offs are unlikely to come down for these courses.

DU fourth cut-off released

The fourth cut-off for admission to the University of Delhi (DU) has been released today - July 13 (Saturday). The cut-off list was expected to be released by Monday, July 15. As per officials from the DU, the same is declared early in order to allow more time to students for admission process which includes document verification process and fee payment  

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DU fourth cutoff list 2019 HIGHLIGHTS at du.ac.in.

DU forth cut-off list 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The first cut-off was released on June 27, 2019 based on which over 23,000 students have sought admissions to the varsity. Officials are claiming that there have been over admissions this year at the varsity, hence, most of the seats are closed at top-colleges. Over 60 per cent seats were filled by the time the third cut-off released.