du cut off 2020 - delhi university cut off list

 Cut off intro

Cut off is a basic percentage criteria for admission for a particular college or university. If cut off for your caste category is 95.75% then your 12th   percentage should be more than or equal to 95.75%. if your percentage is 95.25% then you can't take admission there.

For cut offs  of Delhi University you have to check your best of four / three percentage.

Best of four / three 

BOF = for arts, commerce, and only Bsc maths and cs 

BOT = science courses except maths hons. And cs hons.

BOF = 1 language + 3 elective subjects

BOT = 3 elective subjects

Du merit list 2020

Minimum percentage required to take admission in delhi university

In delhi university, we have different cut offs for different courses and caste categories. If we talk about reservation in seats then we have EWS, OBC, SC, ST, PWD and kashmiri migrants.

Minimum cut offs expected

General / EWS

For Top colleges any course except hindi and skt = 93% - 97% 

For average college = 86% - 92%

Minimum expected cut off for du

This is not about a specific course, it's average cut offs for a specific caste category. If expected cut off for general is 87% to 93% then it doesn't mean you need only 87% for b.com hons. This is average range for different courses.... It means minimum cut off for b.com hons should between 87% to 93%.


For Top colleges = 90% - 94%

For average college = 80% - 88%


For Top colleges = 87% - 93%

For average college = 78% - 85%

St / PWD

For Top colleges= 85% - 89%

For average college= 72% - 80%

Kashmiri migrants

For Top colleges= 90% - 93%

For average colleges= 75% - 80%


Du will release a vacant seats cut off after closing every cut off . Because many students will transfer their admission during that period. And cut off can re open for particular course and caste category because of vacant seats. So what you have to do is, you just have to see every cut off even after it has closed.

Top 10 colleges in du

Q n A and suggestions

Q1- total number of cut offs?

Ans- 10

Q2- gap between 2 cut offs ?

Ans- 5 days gap but you can take admission in last 3 days 

Q3- admission procedure 2020 and how to transfer from one college to another ? 

Ans- According to bulletin 2020, this year du has changed its admission procedure from offline to online because to corona.

Admission procedure of Delhi University

Step 1- fill main registration form of du 

Step 2- after cut off login your account and open dashboard on Delhi University official website.

Step 3- choose college where you can take admission According to your percentage and cut off. 

Step 4- document verification 

Step 5- after document verification you will get a payment link . You have to pay 1 year fee. 

Step 6- congratulation admission done.

Trasfer procedure

Step 1- again login to your dashboard

Step 2- you will find a admission withdrawal button then withdrawal your admission ( 1000 rupee withdrawal charge , your previous fee will refund ) 

Step 3- do all steps again , what you did in your previous admission.

You have to submit documents in college , and verify your documents offline when physical classes will start ( after admission).

College vs course

Here we are talking about preferences. Many students are ready to choose sanskrit hons. Just because they wanna take admission in Stephen's . And on the other side , many students are ready to take admission in below average college because they want to study b. Com hons.

According to me both things are wrong. You should make your preference ratio 40:60 

You should give 40% preference  to college and 60% preference to your course .

Suppose you are studying your favourite course but your college is not good, then it may happen that you can lose your interest because of faculty , crowd, infrastructure and less exposure.

So chose your college and course wisely.

Delhi University joint admission test ( du jat )

Du jat is national level entrance exam conducted for admission to professional undergraduate programmes offered by 18 colleges affiliate to Delhi University. Like previous years, National testing agency ( nta )  will be hosting du jat examination on behalf of the Delhi University . The entrance exam facilities admission to the following courses:

Bachelor of management studies ( BMC ), bachelor of business economics ( BBE ), bachelor of business administration ( BBA ), and bachelor of financial and investment analysis ( BFIA )

Du jat eligibility

  1. Candidates  must have secured at least 60% with English and mathematics among core subjects in class 12th the aggregate should be based on the marks in four papers - English , mathematics, and any other two subjects provided by the Delhi University.
  2. Candidates should have passed in all the above four subjects
  3. Applicants with compartment results are not eligible to apply 
  4. There is no minimum age bar for taking this test.
  5. Eligibilty criteria for merit based admission under the EWS category shall be similar to that of unreserved category.
Admission procedure for du jat  
  • Candidate have to fill the application form for the test, which gets  released along with the main application form of the University with the test charge of 750rs and have to fill the preferences as according to their choice of college and course.
  • After the submission of the form, the candidates get an admit card specifying the date, time and place of the test.
  • Once the test has taken place, next the candidates have to wait for the cut offs and if the candidate has got the desired college or course, he can opt out form the reallocation process by confirming the seat.
  • After getting enrolled in a cource and college, he/ she has to pay the fee and visit the college with the mentioned documents. This year you can verify your documents online.
Documents needed for admission in delhi university

 Passport size photo.        
I'd proof
Class 10 and 12 marksheet 
Migration certificate
Character certificate 
Printed online application form of the college and university 
Fee payment receipt

Entrance insight

  1. Entrance syllabus includes 4 basic portions, equally distributed in terms of marks.
  2. Each section contains 25 questions of 4 marks each.
  3. Each correct answer claims +4 and each wrong answer gets a -1 that means there is negative marking also.
To name, 4 section are : 
  1. Logical reasoning
  2.Quantitative aptitude
  3. English
  4. General knowledge

If you have any questions than kindly comment below we'll definitely reply  you.

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