Every year thousands of aspiring candidates desire to get admission in the prestigious colleges affiliated to the Delhi university. Hence, candidates, even before the commencement of the application process, are more concerned about the cutoff standards for the academic session. DU admission cut off is the minimum marks required by the candidates to secure an admission in the preferred college. Candidates seeking admission in undergraduate courses must score eligible marks in the class 12 and wait for the announcement of the cut off dates.
In the previous year, DU released as many as 8 rounds of cut off list to fill the vacant seats in the colleges! It is expected that more than 62,000 candidates will apply for admissions in DU this year. Candidates will be allotted seats on the basis of merit, available seats in the college and according to the category of the candidates. DU also conducts an entrance exam for a handful of courses which is known as the DUET (UG). After the declaration of DUET results, selected candidates must wait for the announcement of the allotment list, which paves the way for admissions in the respective colleges.
Table of Contents
- DU Admission Cutoff – Latest Announcements
- DU Admission Cutoff – What is it?
- DU Admission Cutoff – Process After the Release of Cut off List
- DU Admission Cutoff – FAQs
- Q. When will the cut-off list be released for the DU admissions 2020?
- Q. What are the factors which influence the DU cut offs?
- Q. Can I register for the DU Admissions 2020 through online mode?
- Q. Can I take admission in two different DU colleges ?
- Q. What is the expected closing cutoff of SRCC college (2020) for B.Com (Hons) and B.A (Hons) Economics?
DU Admission Cutoff – Latest Announcements
The University of Delhi or Delhi University has extended the schedule of the admission process for the year 2020. Due to the rapid outbreak of the Covid 19 pandemic, the officials of the university recently announced that DU will remain closed till the 3rd of May. Thus, the official confirmation regarding the admission schedule is expected after the national lockdown is lifted by the Government of India. Aspirants are advised to keep a regular check on the official website for crucial updates.
This article would feature the expected DU admission cut offs for the year 2020 and the previous year cutoffs as well. After going through this article, candidates might be able to figure out how they are going to fare in this year’s selection process.
DU Admission Cutoff – What is it?
The University of Delhi carries the selection process for undergraduate courses through the marks obtained by the candidates in the 12th board exams. An aggregate of top four subjects is accepted by the university. Aspiring candidates must have an aggregate score of at least the closing range of marks required for the admission in the respective college. If a candidate doesn’t make it in the 1st cut off list for his/her preferred college, then he/she may wait for the announcement of the further rounds of DU admission cutoff.
Read More: DU Admissions Schedule – Important Dates & Admission Process
DU Admission Cutoff – Dates (2019)
Let’s compare the important events and dates related to DU admission cut off in the previous year and this year.
|Events||Dates (2019)||Dates (2020)|
|Online Registration||30th May 2019||Not Announced Yet|
|Deadline for Registration||22nd June 2019||Not Announced Yet|
|1st Cut off||28th June 2019||Not Announced Yet|
|2nd Cut off||4th July 2019||Not Announced Yet|
|3rd Cut off||9th July 2019||Not Announced Yet|
|4th Cut off||15th July 2019||Not Announced Yet|
|5th Cut off||20th July 2019||Not Announced Yet|
If the previous year pattern is followed, then aspiring candidates may expect each cutoff round to take place within the gap of 5-6 days. While the overall dates might be postponed, candidates can still expect this pattern to be followed for the 2020 session as well. In the year 2020, it is expected that the university will conduct between 8 to 10 rounds of counselling.
DU Admission Cutoff – Expected Cutoff Range 2020 (Top Colleges)
|BA (Hons) Economics||96.88-99.75||96.75-98.50||95-97||92.50-95.50||90.25-93.50|
|B.A (Hons) English||96.75-98.50||92.25-94.75||93-94.25||88.75-91.25||90.33-93.50|
|B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry||94-96||93-95||94-96||86-88||82-84|
|BA (Hons) Economics||92.50-94.50||95.66-97.25||92.50-95.50||89.75-91.25||84-86|
|B.A (Hons) History||96-98||94.75-96.75||94-96||92-94.75||93.25-95.25|
|B.A (Hons) English||96-97.75||93-96.75||91.50-93.25||88-92||88-91|
|B.Sc Physical Science,Chemistry||94-96||94-95.33||92-94||85.33-87.33||82-84|
|B.Sc (Life Science)||93.75-95.66||88-91||86-88||81.25-83.67||75-77|
|B.A (Hons) English||93.25-96.50||92.50-94.50||90.25-92.50||87-90||85-89|
|B.A (Hons) Economics||95-97.75||92-96||92.50-94.25||87.50-89.75||86.50-87.25|
|B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry||93-96||93-95.66||91-94||83-86||74-77|
|B.Sc (Hons) Physics||92.25-96.33||93.33-95.66||93-96.50||88-91||78-81|
|B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics||93.25-96.75||94.50-96.50||92-96||88.75-91.50||86-89|
|B.A (Hons) English||93.75-96.25||92-94||89.75-91.25||85-89||82-87|
|B.A (Hons) Economics||94-96.50||93.25-95.25||89-91.50||84-86||81-84|
|B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry||92-95||91-94||89-93||85-88||62-66|
|B.Sc (Hons) Physics||92-95||92.50-95.50||89-92||81-84||66-69|
|B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics||93.25-95.75||93.50-95.50||88-92.50||81-84||73-76|
DU Admission Cutoff – Closing Marks for 2019 (Top Colleges)
|BA (Hons) Economics||98.70||97.50||96.75||94||92.50|
|B.A (Hons) English||97.50||93.75||93.25||90.25||92.50|
|B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry||96||94||95||87||83|
|BA (Hons) Economics||94.50||96.25||94.50||90.25||86|
|B.A (Hons) History||97||95.75||95||93.75||94.25|
|B.A (Hons) English||96.75||95.75||93.25||91||90|
|B.Sc Physical Science, Chemistry||95||94.33||93||86.33||83|
|B.Sc (Life Science)||94.66||90||87||82.67||76|
|B.A (Hons) English||95.50||93.50||91.50||89||88|
|B.A (Hons) Economics||96.75||95||93.25||88.75||86.25|
|B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry||95||94.66||93||85||76|
|B.Sc (Hons) Physics||95.33||94.66||95.66||90||80|
|B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics||95.75||95.50||95||90.50||88|
|B.A (Hons) English||95.25||93||90.25||88||86|
|B.A (Hons) Economics||95.75||94.25||90.50||85||83|
|B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry||94||93||92||87||65|
|B.Sc (Hons) Physics||94||94.66||91||83||68|
|B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics||94.75||94.50||91.50||83||75|
DU Admission Cutoff – Process After the Release of Cut off List
After the cut off lists are announced, it is crucial to know for the candidates the further process of admission in their preferred colleges. Given below is the step by step admission process of Delhi University.
Step-1: After the release of the cut off list by Delhi university, candidates will be able to easily figure out the colleges that will be ideal for them according to their merit. Then, eligible candidates must fill the admission application by logging into the DU admission portal. Candidates have to mention their preferred choices of colleges and courses respectively.
Step-2: After filling the admission application form, aspirants must visit the preferred college along with their unique registration ID and other essential documents mentioned below. Candidates must share the unique registration ID with the teacher-in-charge of the college for verification purposes. The documents that the candidates must carry with them are:
- Class 10th and 12th Marksheet
- Provisional Certificate ( Class 12th)
- 2 Passport size Photographs (Self-attested)
- Transfer Certificate
- Migration Certificate
- Category Certificate
- Disability Certificate ( If applicable)
- Class 10th Examination Certificate
Step-3: After the verification of the documents, candidates have to finally pay the DU admission fee.
DU Admission Cutoff – FAQs
Q. When will the cut-off list be released for the DU admissions 2020?
The official dates for the release of cut off lists for the DU admissions are yet to be announced. Aspiring candidates must keep a regular check on the official DU website or this page for important updates.
Q. What are the factors which influence the DU cut offs?
Some of the factors which influence the DU cut offs are - 1.) Number of candidates appearing for the admissions, 2.) Number of seats available in the colleges, 3.) Number of seats reserved for various categories.
Q. Can I register for the DU Admissions 2020 through online mode?
Yes. Once the registration forms are released by the Delhi University, you can visit the official website of DU and fill the registration form via online mode.
Q. Can I take admission in two different DU colleges ?
No, you cannot take admissions in two different colleges of Delhi University. If you are involved in any such practice, then your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges.
Q. What is the expected closing cutoff of SRCC college (2020) for B.Com (Hons) and B.A (Hons) Economics?
Ans. The expected closing cutoff of SRCC college for the year 2020 is:
|BA (Hons) Economics||96.88-99.75||96.75-98.50||95-97||92.50-95.50||90.25-93.50|