DU 3rd Cut Off list released, more than 23000 seats still vacant

DU 3rd Cut Off list released, more than 23000 seats still vacant

DU (Delhi University) recently released its third cut-off list. Post release of the second list for cut-off, the admissions in SRCC for BCom Honours as well as Economics has been closed. The third cut-off based on merit for the year 2018-19 was released which still left out 23,000 vacant seats. As per the cut-off aggregate, the admission requirements for renowned colleges have scaled as high as 96 percent to 98 percent in the 3rd list. For admission at the Lady Shri Ram College for Economics and English Honours, students with marks above or with 97.25 percent and 97.5 percent were selected for respective courses.

The Hindu College effectively closed its admissions for all the courses except a few which include BA (English & Economics), BSC Chemistry, and BCom (Honours). Here the cut-off for respective subjects was marked at 96.75 percent, 97.5 percent, 96.66 percent, and 97 percent. Most of the colleges have closed off their admission process for BCom and BA. However, students from the science stream can still hope for being selected with the upcoming cut-off lists.

If you want to take a look at the cut-off list for the subjects of Arts & Commerce, you can get access to the same by following this link: http://www.du.ac.in/du/uploads/Admissions/Cut-off/2018/3rd%20Cut-Off%20-%20Arts%20&%20Commerce.pdf

For science students, the cut-off list can be access via this link:


The admission process based on 3rd cut-off by DU shall begin from June 30th which is scheduled to run till 3rd July between 9:30 a.m. in the morning till 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon for the morning colleges. For the evening colleges, the timing is between 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Students who are eligible after the 3rd cut-off list for admission need to follow the steps listed below for admission process:

  • Connect to internet and login to DU Admission Student Portal.
  • Now select the course and college according to your eligibility and this will generate an admission form.
  • Approach the respective colleges after you fill up the form completely along with all the documents required for the process of admission.
  • After you obtain the approval of the principal, you need to pay the fee required to confirm a seat in the college.

The very first list of cut-off percentage was released by DU for the year 2018-19 Undergraduate admissions on 19th June. This was followed by the release of 2nd list on 24th June. As per the university, a total of 5 cut-off rounds are scheduled this year. The admission process shall last till 14th July.

DU Cut Off 2018: Check Arts, Commerce Cut Off Here

DU Cut Off 2018 Check Arts, Commerce Cut Off Here

The Delhi University has ultimately released the first cut off for undergraduate courses in arts and commerce.

The highest cut-offs in Humanities and Commerce for the session of 2018-19 has been put by Lady Shri Ram College. LSR has set it at 98.75 per cent for BA Programme. The cut off for BA Psychology is arrived at 98.25% and for BA Economics, it is declared at 97.75%.

Khalsa college, which had the highest cut off in the preceding year, has lowered the cut-offs this year. Here, for BA Economics, it is at 97.25%. The cut off for UG in Political Science is also lowered, to 97.25%. The cut off for both B.Com. and B.Com. (H) is arrived at 96.75 per cent.

At Kirori Mal College, the cut off for BA English (H) stands at 97%. For BA Political Science, it has dropped marginally from 97 in the year 2017 to 96.75 in the current year.

The cut off for the course of BA Economics (H) is fixed at 98 per cent at Hindu college. Similarly, the cut off for BA English (H) stands at 98%. For B.Com. (H) at Hindu college, it is at 97.5%.

Also See: DU Cut-Off list 2018 for Science Courses

For securing eligibility for an admission to B.Com. (Honors) course in SRCC, general category students would need to have 97.75% marks which are the same. For BA Economics (H), the cut off percentage is 98.75%.

The cut-off list among the South Campus Colleges, for BA Economics (H), is 97.75% at Sri Venkateswara College. At Gargi college, for BA Economics (H) it is 97%, while for B.Com. (H) is 96.5% and for B.Com. it will be 95.5%.

Obviously, the cut offs have risen for BA Economics as well as BA Programme courses in almost all the colleges. The cut off for B.Com. has remained same or has decreased marginally, in most of the colleges.

DU Cut-Off list 2018: Check Cut Off Marks for Science Courses

DU Cut-Off list 2018 Check Cut Off Marks for Science Courses

Delhi University has released the cut off list for undergraduate courses, for the academic session of 2018-19. The top among the B.Sc. courses is for B.Sc. Physics (H) at its affiliated Hindu College. This is pegged at 98 per cent. For B.Sc. Computer Science (H) at Khalsa College, it stands at 98. The minimum marks for B.Sc. (H) Computer Science is 97.5 at Hans Raj College, Delhi.

Cut off is known as a point or level which is a designated limit of securing eligibility of an admission in the popular courses at DU and its affiliated colleges.

It is said that the cut off for B.Sc. Chemistry (H) at SGTB Khalsa College has been calculated at 97.33 per cent. It is 97.25 per cent for B.Sc. Mathematics (H) and 97 for B.Sc. Electronics (H).

One feature of this session’s cut off is that it has dropped as compared to the preceding year. Then, the cut off for B.Sc. Electronics stood at 99.66% at SGTB Khalsa College but this year the college has set the cut off for B.Sc. Electronics (H) at 97 per cent.

Hans Raj College offers the admission on the basis of the cut off which is 97% and 97.33% for Mathematics and Physics (honours).

Also See: DU Cut Off 2018 for Arts and Commerce Courses

At the affiliate college of DU, known as Sri Venkateswara College, the highest cut off for B.Sc. Physics (H) stood at 97%. The cut off for B.Sc. Statistics (H) there is 96.75%.

Miranda House got the tag of highest cut off for B.Sc. Zoology (H), which comes in the range of 97.67. The cut off for securing eligibility in admission in the B.Sc. Mathematics (H) is worked out by the DU at 96.75, whereas for Chemistry, and Physics Honors it is pegged at 96.67 per cent.

DU Cut-off 2018 issued, University vie for better ranking

Cut-off of DU Colleges issued, University vie for better ranking

The University of Delhi is in the news for determination of cut off lists for admissions to its various faculties in different courses. While Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Hindu College, Miranda House, Ramjas College have already released the cutoff for first admission list on June 18, 2018, the other colleges, affiliated with the DU have released it on June 19.

The cut-off list decides the minimum marks that the candidates need to gain in the qualifying examination to get eligible for her or his admission. Then only, he or she will be considered eligible for admission in the various course of any academic year, including 2018.

In the global ranking, the University of Delhi has been ranked 481-490 in the QS World University Rankings of the current year.

It was ranked 601-800 in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of the year, 144 in Asia and 109 among BRICS & Emerging Economies University Rankings in the previous year. In India, it was ranked 14 overall by the National Institutional Ranking Framework in 2018 and 7th among all universities.

The Faculty of Law of DU was ranked third in India by a leading magazine’s top law colleges In 2017.

This year’s list has been prepared on the basis of a formula wherein the average of the highest marks in any four subjects is considered to determine eligibility. The factors for the cutoff of are based on the number of applications for a particular course, Moreover, the highest and lowest marks obtained by candidates in qualifying exam are also taken care of. They also weigh the number and availability of seats in a particular programme and the college selected.

In all 240 courses available in the University of Delhi for undergraduates (87) and postgraduates (153).

Education, Computer Science, Engineering, Information Technology are the main course for UG streams. Manufacturing Process and Automation Engineering, Biotechnology, Unani Medicine, Ayurveda are the other options which attract candidates.

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Candidates of PG Courses throng the departments of Political Science, Sanskrit, English, Mathematics, Commerce and History. Few others opt for Chemistry, Philosophy, Economics etc.

Currently, in all, there are 75 courses to offer to the prospective candidates in the university. It offers the 3-year undergraduate programme of various streams, except some technical courses like MBBS and BTech, which are divided under the three faculties. These comprise arts, commerce and science.

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The Delhi University is also known for 70 post-graduate degrees. It gets applications for MPhil in 28 subjects, besides about 100 certificate courses and 28 diplomas.

It also teaches the courses which lead to 15 advanced diplomas offered in various languages. The University registers candidates of eminence for PhD courses, are awarded by the various faculty of the university.