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DU admissions 2019 : 8th Cut-off to be out on this day

DU admissions 2019 : 8th Cut-off to be out on this day

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DU is likely to release their 8th cutoff list 2019 in the third week of August 2019. As per the sources, DU's 8th cut-off list 2019 is expected to be out on August 13, 2019. Although no official notification has been released by the varsity yet. The 8th DU cutoff 2019 would be released on the official website. Candidates can check the DU 8th cut-off list on du.ac.in. This year the Delhi University has introduced an additional 10 percent cutoff for EWS category candidates apart from the existing reservation for SC, ST, and OBC. It was expected that DU would release only five cutoffs this year but had to come out with the 6thand 7th cutoffs in order to fill all seats in all courses. Last year, the University of Delhi came out with a total of 10 cutoffs to fill all the seats i
DU Admissions 2019 : Know everything about 7th Cutoff

DU Admissions 2019 : Know everything about 7th Cutoff

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The 7th cut-off lists for DU 2019 undergraduate admissions are being released by the individual colleges. Candidates who have been eagerly awaiting the release of DU 2019 7th cut-off list 2019 can finally check the same to find out if they have made it to the undergraduate courses offered by the varsity. As of now, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College, Mata Sundari College and PGDAV Evening College are some of the colleges that have released the DU 7th Cut-off List 2019. The DU 6th cut-off list 2019 was released earlier on 31stJuly, 2019. Delhi University will release further cut-offs depending on the availability of seats. The document verification, approval of admission will be done from August 6 to August 8, 2019, against the seventh cut off list. After approval of admission, on...
DU Admissions 2019 : NCWEB 1st Cut-off is officially out

DU Admissions 2019 : NCWEB 1st Cut-off is officially out

DU ADMISSION 2019
The Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has published the cutoff list for current year for its BA and B.Com Courses at its official website ncweb.du.ac.in. It has hosted direct links for the download of cutoff lists for BA, B.Com courses. Candidates can click on the respective course and check the cutoff percentage The cutoff list can also be accessed at the homepage of Delhi University.According to information contained in the DU admission 2019 circular, the list will be available on the NCWEB’s notice board at campus and also at its teaching centers. For BA course, the Miranda House and Hans Raj College jointly stand at 85% as the highest NCWEB 2019 cutoff for the same course BA (Prog) Economics+ Political Science. The cutoff is recorded for general category. Whe
DU Admissions 2019 :Delhi University’s 4th Cut-off list released before expected date

DU Admissions 2019 :Delhi University’s 4th Cut-off list released before expected date

CUT OFF 2019, DU ADMISSION 2019
Just a Few hours ago, DU has released their 4th Cut off for the 2019 Admissions. As per the Information from the Official Sources, The 4th Cutoff was expected to be out on 15th of July however many Du Colleges have released the 4th Cutoff on their own official Websites. This list include a no. Of colleges from Gargi college,Shaheed Rajguru to Shyam lal College. Students who were eagerly looking forward to the 4th cutoff can visit the official websites of these colleges and can have a look at the respective cutoffs. More and More colleges are expected to release their 4th Cutoff soon.
DU to disclose 4th Cut-off on 14th July, B.com tops the rank for admissions so far

DU to disclose 4th Cut-off on 14th July, B.com tops the rank for admissions so far

CUT OFF 2019, DU ADMISSION 2019
DU Admissions 2019 are in full swing and on 14th of July the 4th Cut-off will be revealed to the public. Till now more than 50,000 seats are already filled across various courses provided by the University. B.Com course has so far seen the maximum number of admissions this academic session in the Delhi University, with Zakir Husain College seeing the highest enrollment of students. According to data shared by the varsity, 49,971 admissions have taken place till now and the number of cancellations stands at 8,348. The number of withdrawals is 1,234. At least 5,252 students have chosen B.Com, 4,897 have opted for B.Com (Honours) and 4,204 students have applied for BA (Honours) Political Science, it stated.  The two other courses popular among the students are BA (Honours) History
Confusion over Board marks: DU extends admission date for Andhra students

Confusion over Board marks: DU extends admission date for Andhra students

CUT OFF 2019, DU ADMISSION 2019
Student fill up admission for new addmission in Ist year Delhi University at art faculty for the graduation courses in north campus in New Delhi on 05 June 2013 Photo By Qamar Sibtain The Delhi University Monday extended the date of admission for candidates whose grievances were pending and students from Andhra Pradesh as there was some confusion over the eligibility criteria applicable for them. In a decision taken late Monday night, the varsity authorities informed college principals that the admission portal will remain open till 7 pm Tuesday for colleges to "admit pending cases", including applicants with grievances that were attended by college and university grievance committees.There were issues like confusion over names in certificates and some mistakes in fillin...