Two colleges of DU have released the 4th cutoff list on July 13, 2019 – Shyam Lal College and Shaheed Rajguru College. In the Shyam Lal College, the candidates need a minimum of 92.5% marks to take admission in B.Sc. (H) Chemistry subject. Whereas in the Shaheed Rajguru College College the maximum cutoff in the 4th list is for B.A. (H) Psychology with 92.25% marks.
After the release of the DU fourth cutoff list 2019, In Shaheed Rajguru College College the admission in B.Sc (h) Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, and Computer Science, Food Technology, Mathematics, Microbiology, and Physics is now closed for the general category candidates. For other category candidtaes admission is still open.
In the Shyam Lal College, the admission for the 5 science and 2 Commerce courses is still open. The science courses in which the admission is still open are B.Sc (H) Chemistry and Maths, B.Sc (Phy. Sc) CH, CL, and EL. For the commerce stream, the college has still seats left in the B.Com (H) and B.Com course.
The fourth cutoff list of DU was scheduled to be out on July 15, 2019. However, the lists are being declared ahead of their release dates.
The cut off for merit-based courses is prepared by considering factors like the number of registration received, highest class 12th marks for each board, average class 12th marks in each board, number of seats in each college an course, etc. It is to be noted that as the DU cut off releases, the cut off keeps getting low. Most of the seats in the courses and colleges are filled by the first three cut offs.
After the 4th cutoff list is out the candidates who have qualified have to visit the official website of DU and download the admission form. To download the form, the candidates need to login by entering their registered email id and password. It is to be noted that the admission form is different from the registration form. The DU Admission form is to be filled once the cut off is released by the eligible candidates.
Once the candidates have filled in necessary details in the DU Admission Form, they need to report at the respective college for verification of documents for admission.
The University of Delhi was established in 1922. It is a public central university and is one of the best institutions of higher learning in India. There are more 90 colleges affiliated to the university, which provide UG, PG, and M.Phil / Ph.D courses.
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