Many Delhi University (DU) colleges released their second merit-based undergraduate course cut-off lists for the academic year 2018-19. But, interestingly, several prominent colleges did not announce a second cut-off list for a few of their courses, as seats were filled after the first round of admissions.

Colleges that did not release a second DU cut-off list included SRCC for BA (Hons) Economics; LSR for Economics, Political Science, and BCom (Hons); and Hindu College for BA History (Hons) and BA Political Science (Hons). Gargi College, Miranda House, Ramjas College and Kirori Mal College also featured in the list of colleges which did not announce second cut-offs for a few of their courses offered.

Meanwhile, the second DU cut-off marks remained high for most courses. Hindu College demands 97.5% for BA (English) and 97.25% for BCom (Hons), whereas Deshbandhu College demands 94.5% for BCom (Hons).

Here is the direct link to access the DU second cut-off lists for Arts and Commerce.

Here is the direct link to access the DU second cut-off lists for Science.

The admission process based on the DU’s second cut-off list will be conducted from June 25th to June 27th from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for morning colleges and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. for evening colleges. Students who meet the second cut-off list requirements should follow these steps for admission to DU colleges:

  1. Log on to the student portal for DU admission.
  2. Select the course and college, and a relevant admission form will be generated.
  3. Approach the college with filled-out admission forms and the required documents.
  4. After getting approval from the respective college’s principal, pay the requisite fee to confirm the seat.
  5. If a student wants to withdraw their admission from a college based on subsequent cut-offs in other colleges, they can cancel their admission online and pay a cancellation fee.
  6. They will have to collect the receipt of their cancelation fee and use it for admission to the other college.

There will be five rounds of cut-offs and the process of admission via DU will go on until July 14th. Last year, there were 11 cut-off rounds for DU admissions but this year they have reduced the number of rounds. For all the remaining seats after the five rounds, the university will conduct centralised counselling.