DU 2020 sixth cut off released on November 28 @du.ac.in

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Team Careers360 | Nov 28, 2020 - 7:16 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: University of Delhi and affiliated colleges like Zakir Husain College, Gargi College have released the DU sixth cut off 2020 on November 28, on its online portal. DU 6th cut off has been released as per the category and programmes. It must be noted that the process of releasing DU 2020 sixth cut off has just started and not all DU colleges have released the DU sixth cut off.

The remaining participating colleges will release the 6th DU cut off lists in the due course.

DU sixth cut off 2020 released; check live updates for college wise cutoff

The admission against DU sixth cut off 2020 will begin from November 30 (10 am) and will continue till December 2 (5 pm). Candidates can pay the admission fee against DU sixth cut off till December 4 (11:59 pm). The candidates need to score equal or more marks than DU 6th cut off 2020 to be eligible for admission.

University of Delhi has also released consolidated DU sixth cut off 2020 for all DU affiliated colleges on its online portal.

Delhi University will release the DU 7th cut off 2020 on December 5. The admission against DU seventh cut off list 2020 will be conducted from December 7 (10 am) to December 9 (5 pm). The last date to pay the admission fee against DU 2020 seventh cut off is December 11 (11:59 pm).

University of Delhi started releasing the cut off of DU 2020 from October 10 for most colleges, excluding St. Stephen’s College and College of Vocational Studies that released their first DU 2020 cut off on September 15 and October 9, respectively.

Eligible candidates will be offered 69,544 seats in various undergraduate programmes offered by the DU colleges. Out of the 69,554 UG seats, 66,263 are regular seats, while 3291 are supernumerary, including 1216 ECA quota and 2075 sports quota seats.

Admission to DU seats 2020 for UG courses are offered through merit and entrance exam mode. Most of the DU seats are offered through merit based procedures, whereas admission through entrance examinations is only conducted for 12 undergraduate programmes.

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