This year the total number of candidates who have registered for DU Admission 2019 are 3,67,895. The highest number of applications came from CBSE Boards. Also among the top boards from where the candidates have applied for DU Admission 2019, 2 boards are from Southern India – Kerela and Telangana.
The first cutoff list of DU is releasing June 28, 2019. The candidates can check the cutoff list online at du.ac.in. However, it is also expected that the individual colleges under DU will start releasing the DU First Cutoff for admission on July 27, 2019, over their respective websites.
The top 10 boards from which the most number of applicants are willing to enroll in Delhi University are Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), UP Board of High School & Intermediate Education, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, Board of School Education Haryana, Bihar School Examination Board, Board of Secondary education Rajasthan, National Institute of Open Schooling, Kerela Board of Higher Secondary Education, Board of Secondary Education Madhya Pradesh, and Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education.
From the CBSE board, a total of 205434 candidates have applied for DU UG Admissions 2019, 8755 applicants are from the UP Board of High School & Intermediate Education, 8195 are from Board of School Education Haryana, from the Bihar School Examination Board 6326 candidates have applied, from the Board of Secondary education Rajasthan 4028 candidates have applied for DU UG Admissions, 3316 applicants are from the National Institute of Open Schooling.
There are 2295 applicants belonging to the Kerela Board of Higher Secondary Education, 1621 candidates belong to the Board of Secondary Education Madhya Pradesh. In addition to that 1463 candidates have applied from the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education.
What might affect the DU Cutoff 2019? This year DU has increased there intake by 10% so as to accommodate the EWS quota. Last year the number of seats that DU had offered were approximately 56,000. This year there is a drop in the number of applications as compared to last year. The number of students that have applied to DU also dropped by over 20,000 this year. However, more seats are up for grab, around 63,000 total seats. All these factors might impact the cutoff of DU Admission 2019.
This year too the most popular courses in DU is like that of the last year. BA English continues to be the most-sought-after course, followed by BA Political science, BA Programme, BA Economics, BA History, and others.
For the entrance based admission, National Testing Agency (NTA) has taken the charge of conducting the Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2019. DUET 2019 is to be held in 3 shifts, the first shift is from 08:00 AM to 10:00 AM, the second shift is from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM and the third shift is from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM.
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