Delhi University (PC: Social Media)
The University of Delhi (DU) has released the special cut-off for admission to undergraduate courses across colleges. Students who have not been able to attain a seat at the varsity in five cut-off lists so far can avail the opportunity. If a candidate has marks equal to or more than the cut-off prescribed, they can apply for admission at the college. This year, the entire admission process is being held online, hence students have to apply at du.ac.in.
For the special cut-off list, the admissions process will begin on November 24 and will only remain active till 1 pm on November 25. Candidates will have to apply within the limited deadline. Apart from the special cut-off, sixth and seventh cut-off lists will also be released. Earlier, only five cut-off lists were scheduled to be released. There are a total of 70,000 seats at the undergraduate level across courses and colleges.
DU Special Cut-Off 2020 – Science
As per the DU special cut-off list released today, almost all the colleges including Hansraj College have closed the application window for admission to all the UG Science programmes against the DU special cut-off list. However, Hindu College has kept the admission window against the DU special cut-off list for BSc (Hons) Chemistry and BSc (Hons) Zoology open. Students seeking admission to Hindu College in BSc (Hons) Chemistry and BSc (Hons) Zoology must meet the minimum special cut-off marks 97.66 per cent and 97.33 marks respectively.
Kirorimal College has kept the admission window for BSc (Hons) programmes open against the DU special cut-off lists open for programmes including Physics and Botany. The minimum cut-off required for admission to BSc (Hons) Botany in Kirorimal College is 94 per cent and Physics is 96 per cent.
DU Special Cut-Off 2020 – BA Programme
For the BA Programme (English + Economics), Hindu College has kept 98.25 per cent marks as the special cut-off for admission to the programme.
The DU special cut-off marks required for admission to BA (Hons) Sociology programme in Hindu College is 97.75 per cent marks.
Although the admission against most other programmes in Kirorimal College have closed, admission to BA (Hons) History is open and the cut-off marks required is 97.25 per cent marks. The Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College for Women has kept only the admission window for BA (Hons) Journalism against the DU special cut-off list open. The cut-off required to apply for admission in LSR’s BA (Hons) Journalism is 98 per cent.
DU Special Cut-Off 2020 -Arts and Commerce
Ramjas College, however, has kept the admission window for several Arts and Commerce programmes open including B.A. (Hons.) Economics, B.A. (Hons.) English, B.A. (Hons.) History, B.A. (Hons.) Political Science and BCom. The cut-off marks required for admission to Ramjas College against the DU special cut-off list are BA (Hons) Economics – 97.25 per cent, BA (Hons) English – 96.25 per cent, BA (Hons.) History – 97 per cent, BA (Hons) Political Science – 97.75 per cent and BCom – 97 per cent.
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