DU fifth cut off 2019 released by affiliated colleges; know details here

DU fifth cut off 2019 released by affiliated colleges; know details here
Parul Thapa | 19th Jul, 2019 - 3:20 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, July 19: Affiliated colleges of the University of Delhi have released DU 5th cut off list 2019 in online mode, on July 19. The fifth cut off of DU has been released a day earlier than the scheduled date. Some of the affiliated DU colleges to release the DU fifth cut off 2019 early include Dyal Singh, etc. University of Delhi is in the process of further releasing the consolidated cut off lists on the official website of Delhi University later. Looking at the trends so far, the University of Delhi has been releasing the DU cut off lists prior to the planned schedule released by DU officials.

What after DU fifth cut off 2019?

After the release of the fifth cut off list of DU 2019, the candidates need to check if they satisfy the minimum cut off of their desired courses in their desired colleges. After choosing, the candidates have to log in to their Student’s Portal to get their application form for admission online. Candidates then have to visit the campus of the college with the required official documents to provide them for verification. After the process of document verification is done, they can pay the fee online by logging into their Student’s portal again.

Earlier, the fourth DU cutoff was released on July 13 wherein the document verification process was available from July 13 to 17.

DU admission 2019 - Seat Vacancy

According to media reports, after the release of DU fourth cut off list, around 94% of the total 62,000 seats in UG programmes were filled. Many off-campus colleges witnessed a lot of admissions on the first day of admission under DU fourth cut off.

University of Delhi has announced only 5 rounds of DU cut off this year. Thus this was the last round of cutoff as per the official announcement, however, if we see the past years’ trends, then more cut off rounds may be announced and conducted by DU this year too.

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