DU first cut-off list 2020: Delhi University has announced its first cut-off list. DU colleges are releasing their cut-off lists one by one for various courses. Notably, a total of 70,000 seats are for grabs this year. Also Read - DU Admission 2020: Colleges Denying Admission to OBC/EWS Candidates, Alleges DUSU; Varsity Denies
DU received over 3.54 lakh applications this year, the highest till now, and officials have said that the cut-offs are likely to be higher than the last year as more students have scored over 90 per cent in CBSE Class 12 examinations and the majority of the applicants are from the Board. Also Read - DU 2nd Cut-off List 2020 Released on Official Website du.ac.in, Step-by-step Guide For Admission in Delhi University
UPDATE: DU first cut-off list is now available at Delhi University website du.ac.in. Students are requested to visit the website and check the complete DU first cut-off list 2020. Also Read - 'Why Are Cut-Offs So High in Delhi', Asks Kejriwal, Seeks Amendment in DU Act For Establishing New Colleges
Directs Links for Compiled DU cut-off list below:
DU 1st Cut off List 2020 for BA Programme
DU 1st Cut-Off – Arts & Commerce
DU 1st Cut-off list Science stream
Check DU Cut-off list college-wise here:
Aryabhatt College- BA (H) Eco- 98%, B Com (H)- 97.5%, BA (H) Psychology- 97%, BA (H) English and Political Science-95%
LSR- 100% for B.A(H) Economics, BA (H) Political Science and BA (H) Psychology
Sri Aurobindo College- B Com (H)- 95%
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam College- 97 for BA (H) Economics
KiroriMal College- B Com (H)- 98.75%, BA (H) Economics- 98.5%, BSc(H) Statistics- 98.25%, 99% for Pol Science
JMC College- 96.75% for B.Com (Hons), 98% for English (H)
SRCC- B.Com Hons at 99.5%, Eco.(H) at 99%
Zakir Hussain College- BA Hons Pol Sc, History, Philosophy (97%)
Hansraj College- 99.25% for B.Com Hons, B.A. Economics Hons and B.A. English Hons is 98.75% and 98% respectively
Satyawati College- B.Com Hons 96%, BA (H) Economics 95%, BA English (H) 94.50%.
Swami Shraddhanand College- 93% for both BA (Hons) English and BCom (Hons) courses
Students must keep in mind that they will not be allowed to visit colleges for the admission process. The admission process this year will be entirely online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Students will be able to apply for admission on October 12 from 10 am onwards but the entire process will be online. They should not visit colleges or departments since they won’t be allowed entry,” an official at the university said.
As per the official schedule, the admissions for Delhi University would begin from October 12, 2020. The varsity will release total of 5 cuts off lists for UG courses on its official site. Candidates will be given 4 days to complete the admission process— 2 days for admission and additional 2 days for submitting fees.