DU Cut off 2019

The University of Delhi will be releasing five cut-off lists this year for filling the seats of the undergraduate courses. Many changes have been introduced in the current admission format. The registration date was extended, and forms could be filled online till June 22, 2019 before 6pm. The first cut-off list was announced on June 28, while the fifth and last cut-off list has been declared on July 19. After the release of each cut-off list, the students have a period of three-four days to take the final call and complete the enrollment process.

Events of DU Admission 2019
EventsImportant Dates
Online registration begins30 May 2019
Online registration closes22 June 2019
First Cut Off Marks List announcement28 June 2019
Second Cut Off Marks List announcement4 July 2019
Third Cut Off Marks List announcement9 July 2019
Fourth Cut Off Marks List announcement15 July 2019
Fifth Cut Off Marks List announcement20 July 2019

Delhi University Admission 2019 Cut-off Schedule
Cut off EventsImportant Dates
DU Admission 1st Cut off announcement28 June 2019
Document verification and admission approval for first cut off list1 July 2019
DU Admission 2nd Cut off announcement4 July 2019
Document verification and admission approval for second cut off listJuly 4, 2019 - July 6, 2019
DU Admission 3rd Cut off announcement9 July 2019
Document verification and admission approval for third cut off list11 July 2019
DU Admission 4th Cut off announcement15 July 2019
Document verification and admission approval for fourth cut off listJuly 15, 2019 - July 17, 2019
DU Admission 5th Cut off announcement20 July 2019
Document verification and admission approval for fifth cut off listJuly 20, 2019 - July 23, 2019

*For document verification and approval of admission, following timing will be observed. Morning College: 9.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., Evening College: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. *After approval of admission, the applicant has to log on to the undergraduate admission portal to make online admission fee payment. This may be done till 12:00 noon of the next day of the given admission list deadline.

Eliminating the first-come-first-serve admission procedure, Delhi University (DU) relieved the students from one of the admission anxieties. Now, during this admission season, students do not have to bear the burden of running to the admission counters for getting their names added to the admission list of the desired college. If a student is eligible to be admitted in a respective college after the release of the cut-off lists and has submitted the admission form and the university enrollment form along with the admission fee, then sooner or later, within the stipulated time, the student will be allotted a seat in the course as filled by the student in the form, after the verification of his/her certificates and documents.

However, students are not allowed to take admission in more than one course/college at one time. If the university finds out that a student has taken admission in more than one course/college, then the student will be barred from taking admission in any of the colleges of Delhi University.

For the convenience of the students, the administration has initiated a swift procedure relating to returning of the documents to the students who either cancel their admission from one college to get admission into another college or need certificates for any other personal reason.

In addition to that, the Delhi University administration has arranged for specific admission assistance teams and monitoring committees to help students and their parents know more about Delhi University's colleges and the courses they offer, during the admission process.

Online registration fees (non-refundable) for Undergraduate Courses
  • For General and OBC category students: Rs 250 for merit based; Rs 750 for entrance based
  • For SC/ST/PwD students: Rs 100 and 300 respectively
  • For Sports and Extra Curricular Activity quota students: Rs 100 for both
List of documents required to be uploaded during registration
  • Self-attested copy of Class XII marks sheet (in case results have been announced)
  • Self-attested copy of Class X marks sheet
  • Applicant's signature
  • Passport size Photograph
  • Self-attested copy of special category status like SC/ST/OBC, etc (if applicable)
  • Self-attested copy of special category status for Sports and Extra Curricular Activities (if applicable)

  • For entrance-based examinations, one should apply from the same portal as per 2019 schedule. Download the admit card (as the last date for registration is June 3, it will be available subsequently). Take the printout and other important documents such as Aadhar. Check the examination date and appear for the exam.

    * Source: du.ac.in

    Colleges wise DU Cut off list 2019

    Acharya Narendra Dev CollegeZakir Husain Delhi College Ramanujan College
    Aditi Mahavidyalaya Janaki Devi Memorial College Ramjas College
    Aryabhatta College Kalindi College Satyawati College
    Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College Kamala Nehru College Shaheed Bhagat Singh College
    Bhagini Nivedita College Keshav Mahavidyalaya Shaheed Rajguru college of Applied Science for Women
    Bharati College Kirorimal College Shaheed Sukhdev college of Business Studies
    Bhaskaracharya College Lady Irwin college Shivaji College
    Bhim Rao Ambedkar College Lady Shri Ram College For Women Shri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
    Daulat Ram College Maharaja Agrasen College Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College
    Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College Maitreyi College Shri Ram College of Commerce
    Delhi College of Arts & Commerce Mata Sundri college for Women Shyam Lal College
    Deshbandhu College Miranda House College Shyama Prasad Mukherji College
    Dyal Singh College Motilal Nehru College Sri Aurobindo College
    Gargi College PGDAV College Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
    Hans Raj College Rajdhani College Vivekananda College
    Hindu College Ram Lal Anand College Institute of Home Economics
    Indraprastha for Women College College of Vocational Studies Swami Shraddhanand College
    Lakshmibai College Sri Venkateswara CollegeRam Lal Anand Evening College

    Last Updated on : July 25, 2019

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