DU Fifth Cut Off 2020: Consolidated cutoff released @du.ac.in; check details

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Team Careers360 | Nov 7, 2020 - 9:44 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Delhi University has released the consolidated DU fifth cut off of UG programmes for all DU affiliated colleges on November 7, in online mode. Candidates can check the DU fifth cut off 2020 by visiting the official website - du.ac.in.

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DU Fifth Cut Off 2020: Live Updates on Zakir Husain, Aryabhatta, Ramanujan and Other Colleges

The consolidated fifth DU cut off consists of the programme wise cut of all DU affiliated colleges. With the help of the consolidated fifth cut off of DU 2020, candidates can check the DU 2020 fifth cut off of all colleges at the same time and see if they are eligible for admission or not. The DU 5th cut off differs for each college.

Only those candidates who have equal or more marks than DU fifth cut off 2020 are deemed eligible for admission to the various programmes offered by the participating colleges. The admission on the basis of the fifth DU cut off 2020 will be held from November 9 (10 am) to November 11 (5 pm). Candidates can pay the admission fee against DU fifth cut off till November 13 (11:59 pm). The DU special cut off 2020 will be released on November 18, 2020.

Earlier, some of the DU colleges to release the 5th cut off of DU 2020 on their portals are Zakir Husain Delhi College, followed by Aryabhatta College, SGTB Khalsa, Hansraj College, Gargi College and other remaining colleges.

The candidates who qualify for DU cut off 2020 will be offered 69,544 seats in various undergraduate programmes offered by the participating 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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