DU Cut Off 2017 Delhi University Merit Based Admission
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Delhi University is one of the biggest campus providing education since ages. Established under the British rule in 1922, the University of Delhi has presently grown into an empowering symbol for quality education in the country. University have 16 faculties, 86 academic departments, 77 colleges and 5 other recognised institutes spread all over the National Capital Territory of Delhi. The University is “mecca” of education in the country offering Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in stream of Science, Commerce and humanities. University also offers specialized courses in different stream for Bachelor’s and Master’s degree.

 

Every year the colleges under the university intake applicants on basis of a cut-off list to fill in the seats in different courses. Every college under the university of Delhi issue a different cut-off list to intake the applicants. As most seats are to be filled by the students who have appeared for CBSE 10+2 examinations in Delhi, the cut-off list is based on the overall result of the students who have appeared in board exam in the same year. The cut-off list is also planned by keeping in mind about the number of applicants which the university receives from outside Delhi. 2017 has been a brilliant year as per the CBSE result is considered and according to the result DU (University of Delhi) has been planning to issue the first cut-off list on 23rd of June 2017 for admission in various courses in different colleges.

 

The university of Delhi has produced a model of 6 cut-off lists to fill in the seats available in every college, however many colleges end up filling the seats by 4th cut-off list. Another important feature of the cut-off list is the category wise marks distribution to take in the applicants, this method was taken up to encourage the backword classes to get more involved in higher education. The procedure for admission begins in the month of June when the University of Delhi launches online application forms for the students who are willing to take a bachelor or master programme in the university campus. Few of the most chosen courses by the applicants includes Bachelor of Science(B.Sc) in science discipline, Bachelor of Commerce(B.com) in commerce discipline and in humanity discipline B.A. English(Hons.), whereas university also offers bachelor courses in foreign and local languages.

 

Other than the cut-off university also grants admission on the basis of entrance exam for a few courses such as B.Ed, B.L.Ed, etc. on limited seats in selected colleges. After the IITs and NITs, DU cut-off is the priority for every student across the country who wish get higher education. Over the time Delhi University has grown potentially by adding 77 colleges into the university campus. The campus is basically divided into two parts with North Campus and South Campus, both the campus consists of the founding colleges of the university sharing a vast segment of culture and inheritance among them. With the East campus and West campus still being developed by the university it is set to be a great expand for the university and applicants who wishes to get into the university.

 

List of colleges campus wise:

North Campus (Main Colleges)-

  • Kirori Mal College 
  • Daulat Ram College
  • Hansraj College
  • Hindu College
  • Indraprasth College for Women
  • Miranda House
  • SGTB Khalsa College.Ramjas College
  • St. Stephen's College
  • Shri Ram College of Commerce

 

South Campus (Main Colleges)-

  • Atma Ram Sanatan Dharama College
  • PGDAV college
  • Deshbandhu college
  • Aryabhatta College
  • Jesus and Mary College
  • Maitreyi College
  • Moti Lal Nehru College
  • Ram Lal Anand College
  • Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
  • Sri Venkateshwara College

 

Another important part of university is Zakir Husain Delhi College which is one of the oldest colleges in Delhi university carrying a legacy of 300 years, situated in the central part of New Delhi.

 

Cut-off is an interesting factor for determining the eligibility of an aspirants for admission in a course. Many universities conduct an entrance exam and declare a cut-off on basis of the result of the entrance, whereas University of Delhi without putting some extra burdens on students’ shoulder declares a cut-off on the basis of Board results. Every year colleges under the University of Delhi issue their cut-off list for mainly 4 categories of students namely General, OBC, SC and ST. University also declares a special cut-off list with some special guidance and declaration for colleges. The trend for college cut-off has gone up as the results in the board examinations are improving rapidly as seen in past years. For the year 2017 the expected declaration dates for 10 cut-off lists as per university is:

  • 1st Cut-off list     - Saturday, 24th June 2017
  • 2nd Cut-off list    - Saturday, 1st July 2017
  • 3rd Cut-off list    - Friday, 7th July 2017
  • 4th Cut-off list    - Thursday, 13th July 2017
  • 5th Cut-off list    - Tuesday, 18th July 2017

Cut-off variation for the year 2015 and 2016: For science stream in Hindu college

 

COURSES

2015

2016

General

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

General

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

B.Sc.(H)

Botany

94

92

90

90

89

95

93

91

91

90

B.Sc.(H)

Chemistry

97.33

96.33

95.33

94.33

94.33

97.33

96.33

95.33

94.33

94.33

B.Sc.(H)

Maths

97.5

96.5

95.5

94

94

97.5

96.5

95.5

94.5

94.5

B.Sc.(H)

Physics

98

97.33

95

92

92

98

97.33

95

92

92

B.Sc.(H)

Stats

97.5

97

96

93.5

93.5

98

97.25

96.25

93

93.5

B.Sc.(H)

Zoology

96.66

95.66

95

90

88

96

95.66

95.33

90

88

B.Sc.

Phy.Sci.Chem.

97

96.66

95.33

91

91

95.66

94.66

92

88

88

B.Sc.

Phy.Sci.Elect

96

95

90

85

89

96

95

90

85

89

 

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