University of Delhi first cut-off this week: Important points for students

After the DU cut-off list is out, candidates will be eligible to take admission in all the colleges and programs provided they satisfy the cut-off of the colleges and the eligibility for the selected programs.

The University of Delhi (DU) is set to release the first shortlist for undergraduate admissions on Friday. The first DU cut-off list will be available on the official website or

A total of 4 38696 applications were registered for admission to UG courses during the next academic session.

Once the selection list is complete, applicants will be eligible for admission to all colleges and programs provided they meet the college threshold and eligibility for selected programs.

University of Delhi:-

FROM the first cut-off list on Friday: Important points

The cut off list will be available on
The cut list will be available in PDF format with the names of the colleges, the name of the subject and the cut marks by category
Applicants must download the cut list
Candidates whose marks have increased after reassessment or rechecking can apply to the university. “Colleges may consider admitting applicants whose grades are increased during the recheck / reassessment process by their respective boards; subject to the availability of places and compliance with the eligibility criteria prescribed in the desired course until the last admission date, as and when the University notifies it ”, declared the University in the admission form.
There will be a central online admissions grievance committee. Applicants with admissions grievances should first apply to the College Grievance Committee. If the grievance is not resolved within a reasonable time, only then can the candidate apply to the Central Admission Grievance Committee.

On September 4, St. Stephen’s College released its first cut-off list with the highest cut-off value for economics (with distinction) at 99.5%. Those who wish to be admitted into economics (with distinction) must achieve a score of 95% or higher in mathematics. The college has also set a threshold of 99% for History (Honors), English (Honors), and the Bachelor’s degree program for students with a background in business and science. For students in the humanities, the threshold in these subjects is 98.25%, 98.7% and 97.75% respectively.

Last year, DU’s first cut-off took place on October 11.

In 2020, Lady Shri Ram College had set a threshold of 100% for three specialization courses.

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