DU Cut Off the Update
The Delhi University has announced the first update on the cut off list for the year 2019 admissions.EWS quota students have observed a higher cut off, for Delhi University admissions regarding popular courses when compared to DU cut-offs 2019 announced for students from the reserved category such as SC, ST, and OBC.
Since the announcement, most of the students are waiting eagerly, to know their admission chances in this university. They have a choice in Science, Commerce and Arts courses which is based on Gender, Caste, and Percentages of their 12th class.
Government directed the university to you give a ten % EWS quota, earlier this year and is being implemented by the University popular courses have more cut-offs for EWS than the reserved categories such as SC ST and OBC categories. The difference is just marginal.
The cut off was around 0.25 difference for EWS quota when compared to another reserved category. Cut off is more when we corresponded to the general category cut off. This goes up to 3 %. This is happening in most of the colleges, which have published the first cut off list for EWS quota.
According to Stats around 9090 students have filed their admission under the EWS category. The University is sharing these statistics. Out of these numbers, the male students are around 5528, and 3562 are the female students applying.
The university also implements a 10% hike in seats for the EWS category for postgraduate and undergraduate courses commencing this year.
The admission cut-offs into undergraduate courses, for some courses, has touched the top of 99%. In spite of this, 2000+ admissions happened in a single day, according to the university. While some were happy that they could make it out, some were extremely disappointed for not making out in the university.
Official data states that B.A (Hons), Political Science at The Hindu College got recorded for the highest cut off percentage. It is around 99% for General Category from the list. Eligible students can get updates from the live updates provided by the university. St. Stephens College released its first live update on the DU cut-offs list on June 25, 2019. Whereas the second and the third release dates of the DU cut off lists are on July 4th and 7th respectively.
There are many factors which are responsible for the DU cut off lists, and they are best of four subject calculation, seats available, a number of applicants, and previous years trends in the cut-off. This is the minimum marks a student should get, to gain admission to the UG courses at the participating or affiliated colleges. These cut-offs are released separately, which depends on the category of the candidate, participating college, and programs available.
5 DU cut off lists are expected to be released by the Affiliate colleges for admissions, this year according to the officials of the university. However, there are chances of more lists getting released by participating colleges, as per previous years trends. Almost 3 lakhs plus students got registered, where one lakh plus students did not pay the fee and left in the middle.
Since the declaration of the first cut off list has taken place, the candidates have to undergo the document verification process. Many centres have been made for the process. The document verification will be done in both North and South Campus of Delhi University. To proceed with the document verification process, all the candidates are advised to carry the following documents to the reporting centre
- A filled Application Form with courses of your choice
- Original marksheets of class 10 and Class 12 along with photocopies
- Category certificate if you belong to a specific category.
- Your passport size photographs
- Also, bring photocopies of all the original documents.
After the verification process, a list will be put up and the colleges will be allotted to the students. And then, they need to report there to complete the admission formalities. After that, they need to pay the requisite fee, to reserve their admission.