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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

CAMPUS BULETIN, DU ADMISSION 2019
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 6th Cutoff released for reserved category

DU 6th Cutoff released for reserved category

CAMPUS BULETIN, CUT OFF 2019
The University of Delhi on Wednesday released its sixth cut-off only for the reserved categories while some colleges, including Gargi, Maharaja Agrasen and IP College For Women, updated their websites on the admission status for all categories.  In the fifth cut-off, seats for Bcom Honours and English were available at Ramjas College, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Kirori Mal College, Hindu and Daulat Ram colleges among the North Campus colleges. There has been no updation on their sixth cut-off, leaving the students clueless about the availability of seats.  There was no response from the university as to why the sixth cut-off was not issued for the unreserved categories even when some colleges uploaded their individual lists on their websites. IP College F...
DU 4th Cut-off out – UG admissions closed for several courses

DU 4th Cut-off out – UG admissions closed for several courses

CUT OFF 2019, DU ADMISSION 2019
Delhi University released its fourth cut off list on Saturday, 13th July 2019. While a lot of colleges closed their admissions for various streams, others saw a marginal dip.  Surprisingly, admissions to B.A. Economics (Hons) remain open at popular colleges like Miranda House, Hansraj, Kirori Mal, Hindu and even at SRCC, where the course has been reopened for e unreserved category. B.Com (Hons) is now also available at LSR, with a cut-off of 97.50%. Till now, the university has taken in about 52,000 students, out of the total 63,000 seats up for grabs this year. This was an increase from about 56,000 seats offered in the last few years on account of expansion of the intake to accommodate 10% reservation for students from Economically Weaker Sections. This intake will continue to
DU Admissions 2019: NCWEB to release 1st cut off on July 15

DU Admissions 2019: NCWEB to release 1st cut off on July 15

CUT OFF 2019, DU ADMISSION 2019
The Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) – the only womens student department of the University of Delhi (DU) will release its first cut-off for admission to undergraduate courses on July 15. For the postgraduate courses, the first cut off will be released on July 27. This department runs classes only on weekends. The cut offs will be available at both ncweb.du.ac.in and du.ac.in. For the undergraduate admissions, a total of five cut-offs will be released. The candidates who have scored equal to or more than the released cut-off will get admission in the respective courses. To apply for admissions, candidates will have to get their documents verified and pay a fee and book their seats, just like for the regular course admissions. For undergraduate courses, the 2nd cut-
DU admissions: Almost 10 per cent rise in registrations under PwD category

DU admissions: Almost 10 per cent rise in registrations under PwD category

CAMPUS BULETIN
There has been an increase of almost 10 per cent in the number of registrations under the Persons with Disabilities (PwD) category at the Delhi University, officials said Sunday. A total of 1,665 people have registered under this category on the varsity's admission portal this year, including an acid attack victim and leprosy-cured persons "There has been an increase in the number of applications we have been receiving every year. This year, there has been an increase of almost 10 per cent from last year. This increase shows that the varsity is welcoming persons with disabilities," said Bipin Tiwary of Equal Opportunity Cell of the DU. The university received an application from an acid attack victim, two from those who have been cured of leprosy and five from those affecte...
Toppers lose DU battle to high cut-offs

Toppers lose DU battle to high cut-offs

CAMPUS BULETIN
Proud parents, anxious students and long queues marked the first day of admission to Delhi University on Friday. The university announced its first cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses late Thursday night, with Hindu College pegging the highest score of 99 per cent for Political Science Honours - a marginal increase over last year. Braving the heat, DU aspirants and their parents stood in serpentine queues, hoping to grab the 63,000 seats on offer at the varsity.According to the DU authorities, despite the high cut-off list, there were more than 2,000 applications on the first day after the list was released. Aspirants from different cities, who met the cut-off criteria, lined up outside the colleges since early hours on Friday. Some were happy about meeting th...