Delhi University cut off mania is back to haunt the students who are going to enroll in 2017 at Delhi University. Will the DU Cut off touch 100% or is it going to go down this year and probably start at 95%, is the question everybody has on it’s mind. The Delhi University is set to begin its DU 2017 online registration process on May 22 from 5 PM onwards for admissions to 60 undergraduate courses in 63 affiliated colleges. 2.5 lakhs aspirants are expected to apply for a meager total of 56,000 undergraduate seats. To provide information on the courses, colleges, cutoffs, application filing and admission procedures, the Delhi University will conduct ‘Open Days’ at the university’s north campus from 10 AM to 1 PM till May 31.
Almost 80% of applications at DU are from CBSE and the rest are from other boards, therefore DU Cutoff 2017 is likely to have the same trend as of the previous year as the average marks in this year’s Class XII results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) have remained the same as it was in the previous year. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) finally declared the class 12th result on Sunday morning. Raksha Gopal of Amity International School Noida topped this year.
Seventh Cut off 2017
Sixth Cut off 2017
Fifth Cut off 2017
DU Fourth Cutoff List 2017
DU admissions: 15,000 seats left, fourth cutoff list out.
A DU official said that out of the 56,000 seats available at DU, close to 41,000 seats were filled till the third cutoff, admission under which got over on Monday.
Delhi University’s fourth cut-off saw a dip of 0.25 per cent from the previous list with the highest settling at 97.75 per cent for BA (Hons) Psychology course at Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR).
In the third list, LSR had pegged its highest cut-off at 98 per cent for the same course. Second highest cut-off in the fourth list are 97.25 per cent for BA (Hons) Journalism at LSR and BA (Hons) Economics at Hindu College.
Admissions that begins tomorrow for the fourth-list will continue till July 15. “After approval of admission by respective colleges, the applicant has to make online payment on the varsity’s website till the deadline announced by the administration,” a release said. Next cut-off list will be released on July 18.
Among the colleges where admission process is almost over are Miranda House where 950 seats out of the available 1000 seats have been filled, Hansraj College where 961 seats out of 1,164 have been filled. The seats at South campus colleges have also been filled and only a few seats remain vacant. At Sri Venkateswara College 888 out of 1089 seats have already been filled.
Delhi University Admission 2017: Third Cut-Off Released, Check Complete List Here
Third Cut off 2017
DU Second Cut Off List 2017 Released Here
DU releases second list, up to 3% dip in cut-offs, Popular colleges keep it above 95%, cut-offs continue to soar.
At Shri Ram College of Commerce, the cut-off for BCom (Hons) has come down to 97.5% from 97.75%. As the college has already filled 400 of 501 seats, the dip has been kept to a minimum.
While the second cut-off list released by the Delhi University on Friday saw a dip in percentages across courses, it still remains on the higher side. For popular courses such as BA Programme, English (Hons), BCom (Hons), Political Science (Hons) and Physics (Hons), the dip varies between 0.25-1%. Meanwhile, to avoid over-admission, popular colleges exercised caution and kept the cut-off above 95%. At Shri Ram College of Commerce, the cut-off for BCom (Hons) has come down to 97.5% from 97.75%. As the college has already filled 400 of 501 seats, the dip has been kept to a minimum.
Second Cut off 2017
DU First Cutoff List 2017 Here
- SGTB Khalsa Sets 99.66% For Electronics
- Hindu, Lady Shri Ram (LSR), and Kirorimal College set their cut-offs for Economics (Honors) at 97.5 per cent.
- 25% For Economics And Commerce At SGTB Khalsa College
- In case of B.Com. there’s not a single college which has set its cut off below 90 for B.Com. honors
- The highest cut off is set by SGTB Khalsa college with 98.25% followed by SRCC with 97.75% and Ramjas with 97.5%.
- Just like sciences, SGTB Khalsa raised the bar highest for arts as well with a 99 per cent cut-off for its B.A. (Political Science) course.
- LSR set its B.Com (Honors) cut-off on par with SRCC at 97.75 per cent.
- Miranda House came at an asking rate of 97 per cent for B.Sc. (Zoology) and 96.67 per cent for Maths and Physics.
- Hansraj College pegged its sciences cut-off at 97.33 and 97.75 per cent for Chemistry and Computer Science, its highest this year.
- Among colleges offering journalism course, LSR set the highest cut-off of 98 per cent, followed by Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) with 97 per cent.
The admission process will be held on Saturday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Monday is a holiday on account of Eid.
Arts & Commerce
DU Admission 2017: Delhi University Postpones Cut Off Declaration; Know The New Schedule
In another instance of delays, Delhi University has shifted the date for announcement of first cut off from June 20 to June 23. The cut offs will be declared in the evening and the admission process will start at the colleges the next day.
according to the revised schedule, the first cut off for Delhi University will be announced on June 23, and the admission process at all the colleges on the basis of the first cut off will begin from June 24. The admission process for the first cut off list will end on June 28, 2017.
The second cut off will be out on July 1 and third cut off will be announced on July 7. Fourth and fifth cut off will be declared on July 13 and July 18 respectively. University may declare further cut off list depending on the vacant seats available.
Delhi University Previous Year Cut-off List
Also DU Cut Off For 2016 Is Provided Below For Your Reference . The DU Cutoff 2016 Is Given Only For The General Category.
Delhi University Colleges shall release separate cutoff list and you will be shortlisted based on your marks obtained in 12th standard meeting the required DU cutoff for 2017 admissions. In case you do not meet the DU 1st Cut Off of the colleges of your choice of courses, you may wait for the next cut off list.
Delhi University UG Admission Cut-off lists: Dates
The admission in Delhi’s University’s UG courses will be done based on these dates:
- Notification of First Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges: June 24
- Document verification and approval of admission: June 24 to June 28
- Notification of Second Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges: July 1
- Document verification and approval of admission: July 1 to July 4
- Notification of Third Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges: July 7
- Document verification and approval of admission: July 7 to July 10
- Notification of Fourth Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges (if any): July 13
- Document verification and approval of admission: July 13 to July 15
- Notification of Fifth Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges (if any): July 18
- Document verification and approval of admission: July 18 to July 19
The further cut-off lists in Delhi University may be declared, depending on the vacant seats in the colleges.
Delhi University UG Admission: Verification Timing
According to the press release by Delhi University, 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. 2.
Important Dates for UG Courses (Merit Based)
|Online Registration Starts from||22nd May 2017|
|Last date for Online Registration||12th June 2017|
|1st Admission list notification by Colleges||20th June 2017|
|Commencement of Classes||20th July 2017|
|Last date for admission||16th August 2017|
Important Dates for UG Courses (Entrance Based)
|Online Registration Starts from||31st May 2017|
|Last date to register||Last week of June 2017|
Important Dates for PG Courses:
|Registration Starts from||7th June 2017|
|Registration form last date||20th June 2017|
|Entrance Exam||second week of July 2017|
|Release of Answer Key||second week of July 2017|
|Declaration of Result||first week of July 2017|
|Date of Interview||last week of August 2017|
Important Dates for B.Tech Course:
|Admission Form Available from||22nd May 2017|
|Admission form Last date||last week of April 2017|
|Admission Test Date||Soon will be notified|
Important Dates for MD/MS & MDS Courses:
|Release of Application form||1st March 2017|
|Application submission last date||30th March 2017|
|Release of Merit List||Updated soon|
- The applicants who wish to get admission in Bachelor’s degree of Science, they must have qualified 12th or equivalent examination with either PCB/PCM.
- The applicants who wish to get admission in PG courses must have completed any of the UG courses in related discipline from a recognized university/institute across India.
- The applicants must have a graduation degree with any stream from a recognized university.
- For ST candidates – 71/2 seats
- For SC Candidates – 15% seats
- For PwD candidates – 3% seats reserved for the candidates having 40% physical disabilities
- For OBC candidates – 27% seats
- For Foreign Students – 5% seats
- For Armed Forces – 5% seats
- Sports/ECA Quota – 5%
DU Admissions Cut Off Lists – Round Wise
|1st Cut-Off List Expected||2nd Cut-Off List||3rd Cut-Off List|
|3rd Cut-Off List||3rd Cut-Off List||3rd Cut-Off List|
Schedule for Announcement of Cut-off lists, Verification of Documents, Approval of Admission in Colleges and Payment of Admission Fee.
Delhi University admissions 2017: Know how to fill the application form
COMPLETE THE UNIVERSITY APPLICATION FORM JUST BY PUTTING YOUR CBSE ROLL NUMBER
This year there is a drastic change in the system as the online registration form this year will automatically fill the marks obtained by students from CBSE Board when they fill their board roll number. Students can opt for any course out of 60 being offered by around 62 colleges under the university. Delhi University won’t allow multiple registrations in admission from this year.
STEPS TO COMPLETE THE DU 2017 APPLICATION FORM
Step-1 Online Registration:
> Visit the website at www.du.ac.in
Candidates have to visit to the official website. Go through the section “New Applicant Sign UP”. Fill the details in the “New User Signup” & click on the register button. A verification link will be sent in your registered email.id. Click on that link to confirm your DU Online registration. Candidates have to login again to fill the application form. Click on the “Apply Now” button.
Step-2 Fill the Application Form:
Now, candidates have to fill their personal details, family details, address, academic details, course selection, sports, ECA, etc to complete the registration. After filling all the details, click on the “Submit” button.
> Search for the course that you wish to register for.
Search for the course you wish to register for and get yourself registered.
Step-3 Upload scanned Images:
Candidates have to upload the scanned documents in a given format. After uploading the scanned images, candidates click on the “submit” button. Candidates can preview the entire Delhi University application form before making a payment.
> Upload relevant scanned documents.
- Scanned Photograph & signature (maximum size: 50KB).
- The size of photograph should be 2 inch x 2 inch (5 mm x 5mm).
- Class 10th Board Certificate (For DOB) (maximum size: 100KB).
- Caste Certificate (If applicable) (maximum size: 100KB).
- Income Certificate (for OBC-NCL) (If applicable).
- Sport Certificate(s) for last three years (If applicable).
- Extra Curricular Activities Certificate(s) (If applicable).
Step-4 Make Payment:
After successful registration, candidates can submit the fee through online payment mode Only. Click on the “Click to Make Payment” button. For future use, candidates take the printout of the DU Admission Form 2017.
The application fee for General/ OBC category is INR 100 while it is INR 50 for SC/ ST category. The application fee can be through debit or credit card/ net-banking in online mode and through bank challan at any branch.
Payment Procedure –
- Click on the button “Click to Make Payment”.
- Select Payment Gateway.
- Pay your application fee.
NOTE : Candidates who do not have Debit Card, Credit Card or Net Banking can use Wallet.
Step 5 – Download/Printout Application Form:
Take a print of the registration acknowledgement slip. An email and text message can also be expected if details have been provided.
Step 6 – On Campus Admission Procedure :
> Once the university releases the first cut-off list, and if you are eligible, login to the site with your registration details and identify the colleges you wish to apply to. Take a print of the acknowledgement of your application.
> You can now visit the college within the following 3 days with the applicable acknowledgement slip and board and other relevant documents. Bank account details will also have to be furnished.
> Once your documents are verified, you will receive an admission from signed by the principal of the college and a payment link for the fees will be generated.
> Use to link to pay the course fees within 48 hours.
Key points to Remember For DU Admission 2017:
> This year students will not be able to creation multiple registration IDs as they will be required to feed in their XII standard roll number.
> In case of any error in filling up your form, it can be edited up to June 12 when the process ends.
> Only your roll number for the board exam, both for CBSE and ICSE students, will be enough for the system to fetch your marks automatically.
> Women’s education: Moreover, in order to promote ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’, the university said that all female students who are residents of the National Capital Territory will automatically register themselves for DU’s Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) when they fill out the admission form and opt for either BA (Programme) or BCom (Pass) or both. Further, they will not have to pay any separate fee. NCWEB will put out its first cut off on June 24 at www.ncweb.du.ac.in) and at all its centres.
THREE MAJOR CHANGES ON DU ADMISSION 2017
1 This year students will not be able to creation multiple registration IDs as they will be required to feed in their XII standard roll number.
2 In case of any error in filling up your form, it can be edited up to June 12 when the process ends.
3 Only your roll number for the board exam, both for CBSE and ICSE students, will be enough for the system to fetch your marks automatically.
Last year’s admission details:
- Last year, for 57 courses, DU had received over 3.6 lakh applications
- As reported, English Honours received 1.15 lakh applications in all
- This year, the first cut-off list for undergraduate courses will be announced on June 20
- Almost 50 per cent of the applicants were from Delhi region