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Delhi University second cut-off lists HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s college and subject-wise cut-offs, admission procedure

Delhi University admission process under the second cut-off begins today

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DU 2nd Cut Off List 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The University of Delhi (DU) has released the cut-offs for admissions across colleges and courses based on the second cut-off list. After 100 percent cut-off in the first list, the second list has not bought much of respite as cut-off at top college as well as for top courses was at 99.5 percent or above.

DU releases 2nd cut-off list for UG courses

The cut-off lists are available at the official website, du.ac.in as well as the respective colleges’ websites. Based on the second list, students can not only seek admissions from Monday but those wishing to transfer from one college to another can also do that. After transfers, there might be some respite in the third cut-off which is expected next week.

Read | DU admissions 2nd cut-off: List of courses available for students who scored in the 80s and below

Several colleges did not even release a second cut-off list for most opted for courses. This year, psychology, political science, Economics have remained the top picks so far. Of the about 70,000 seats available in DU, admissions for almost 35,000 students had already been filled in the first list itself. For the remaining half, at least five cut-off lists are expected to be released. In case seats are still available, a special cut-off can be released, as per rules Du 2nd cut off list 2020.

LSR second cut-off second list at 99.5%

Du 2nd cut off list 2020

After the cut-off for the Lady Shri Ram college reached 100% for three courses under the first list, the second cut-off has bought only a slight dip in marks as the cut-offs for top courses remain over 99% Du 2nd cut off list 2020.

  • BA (H) Philosiphy – 99.75%
  • BA (H) Political science – 99.75%
  • BA (H) Psychology – 99.75%
  • BCom (H) – 99.50%
  • BA (H) Economics – 99%
  • BA (H) English – 98.75%
  • BA (H) Hindi – 91%
  • BA (H) History – 99%
  • BA (H) Journalism – 99.25%
  • BA (H) Sociology – 98.50%

B.Com program witnesses a sharp drop in cut-offs

In the second cut-off list released by Delhi University (DU) Saturday, most of the courses which continue to be open seeing a drop of about 0.25-0.5 percentage points in top colleges. However, the B.Com (Hons) courses witnessed a significant drop in percentage across many colleges.

The drop is steepest in Mata Sundri College for Women where the B.Com (Hons) cut-off has dipped from 96 in the first list to 91 per cent now

BSc Computer Science cut-off

  • Aryabhatta College – 95%
  • Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College – 95%
  • Delhi College of Arts and Commerce – 94.50%
  • Dyal Singh College – 95%
  • Hansraj College – 97.25%
  • Indraprastha College for Women – 95%
  • Kalindi College – 90.5%
  • Keshav Mahavidyalaya – 95.50%
  • Mata Sundri College for women – 88%
  • PGDAV College – 94%
  • Ram Lal Anand College – 92%
  • Ramanujan College – 95%
  • Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women – 90%
  • Shaheed Sukhdev College Business Studies – 96.50%
  • Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College – 96.50%

These are cut-off for unreserved categories or open categories under reserved and minority category, some other colleges are open while admission for the open category has been shut. Additionally, the relaxation in cut-off as per govt rules for reserved category candidates is applicable.

BSc (H) Biomedical Science – NEET not needed

Only three colleges have released a second cut-off for BSc (H) Biomedical Science. This can an option for students who could not clear NEET as well.

Acharya Narendra Dev College – 95%
Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences – 94.66%
Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women – 92%

BCom (H) college-wise cut-off

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  • Acharya Narendra Dev college – 95%
  • Aryabhatta College – 96.5%
  • Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College – 97.50%
  • Bharti College – 92.5%
  • College of Vocational Studies – 96%
  • Deen Dayal Upadhyay College – 96%
  • Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College – 95%
  • Dyal Singh College – 97.50%
  • Dyal Singh Evening College – 95%
  • Gargi College – 95.75%
  • Janki Devi Memorial College – 95.25%
  • Kalindi College – 95%
  • Keshav Mahavidyalya – 97%
  • Kirorimal – 98.50%
  • Lady Shri Ram College – 99.50%
  • Lakshmibai College – 94.50%
  • Maharaja Agrasen College – 95.50%
  • Maitreyi College – 95.75%
  • Mata Sundri College – 91%
  • Motilal Nehru College – 95%
  • Motilal Nehru College evening – 93%
  • PGDAV evening – 93.50%
  • Rajdhani College – 95%
  • Ramanujan College – 95%
  • Ramjas college – 98.75%
  • Satyawati College – 95.50%
  • Shaheed Bhagat Singh College – 96.50%
  • Shaheed Bhagat Singh College evening – 97%
  • Shivaji College – 96.50%

Zakir Husain College second cut-off a chance for 80% below scorers, check here

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Delhi official site

Delhi university cut of list

Zakir Husain Delhi College second cut-off



Courses available for 70-80% scorers at Zakir Husain Delhi college

Arabic + History – 821.5-81.9%
Arabic + Political Science – 81.5-81.9%
Hindi + Economics – 88.5-88.9%
Hindi + History – 88.5-88.9%
Persian + Economics – 79-79.9%
Persian + History – 79 – 79.9%
Persian + Pol Science – 79-79.9%
Sanskrit + Economics – 80-81.9%
Sanskrit + History – 80 – 81.9%
Urdu + History – 81.081.9%
Economics + HRM – 93 – 94.9%
Economics + Pol Science – 96 – 96.9%
Economics + Math – 95 – 95.9%
Economics + Pol Science – 94 – 94.9%
Mathematics + Psychology – 94 – 94.9%
Philosophy + Psychology – 93 – 94.9%

BA (H) Bengali – 62-66.9%
BA (H) Economics – 95 – 96.9%
BA (H) English – 93-95.9%
BA (H) Hindi – 79.5 – 79.9%
BA (H) History – 92 – 92.9%
BA (H) Persian – 66 – 67.9%
BA (H) Philosophy – 92 – 94.9%
BA (H) Political Science – 94 – 95.9%
BA (H) Psychology – 96 – 96.9%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 63 – 67.9%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 63 – 67.9%
BA (H) Urdu – 74 – 77.9%
BCom – 95 – 96.9%
BCom (H) – 95 – 96.9%
BSc (H) Botony – 89 – 90.9%
BSc (H) Chemistry – 94 – 95.9%
BSc (H) Electronics – 91 – 95.9%
BSc (H) Mathematics – 95 – 95.9%
Bsc (H) Zoology – 91 – 92.9%
BSc Life Science – 91 – 91.9%
BSc Physical Science – 92 – 92.9%

Hansraj college cut-off

SGTB Khalsa college second cut-off, category-wise

Seats available for Sikh minority at SGTB Khalsa

BA (H) Pol Science – 90%
BA (H) Punjabi – 60%
Economics + History – 89%
Economics + Mayhematics – 89%
Economics + Music – 89%
Economics + Political Science – 89.5%
History + Music – 89%
History + Political science – 89.25%
Mathematics + Music – 89%
Mathematics + Political sciecne – 88%
Physical Science with chemistry – 57%
Physical science with computer science – 59%
BSc (H) Botany – 64%
BSc (H) Chemistry – 85%
BSc (H) Computer science – 89%
BSc (H) Electronics – 65%
BSc (H) Mathematics – 89%
BSc (H) Physics – 70%
BSc (H) Zoology – 72%
BSc Life Science – 62%
BCom (H) – 92%
BA (H) English – 90%
BA (H) Hindi – 45%
BA (H) History- 84%

Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College (SGTB) cut-off

BA (H) Punjabi – 62%
Economics Music – 92%
History Music – 92%
Mathematics Music – 92%
BSc Physical Science with chemistry – 93.33%
BSc (H) Comp Science – 96.5%
BSc (H) Mathematics – 96.5%

No second list for BCom (H), Economics, English at JMC

Despite a high cut-off several colleges are not releasing second cut-off lists. In Jesus and Mary College, several subjects including BCom (H), BCom, Economics (H), English (H), Psychology (H), Sociology (H), no second list has been released. Since students are allowed to change colleges and courses, some seats might be available in the third list, however, in that case too the marks required are not expected to decline.

Hostel bed crunch can be an issue for freshers

Most of the institutes, including central universities, IITs, and private colleges, are not allowing all regular degree college students back to hostels just yet. This would mean the freshers will have to attend their colleges online initially. Maintaining social distancing or reducing the number of beds would not only mean on-campus accommodations for fewer students but will also raise concerns over maintaining affordability, which is a key factor for most hostel dwellers

Du 2nd cut off list 2020

Change of college available

Apart from admissions, students who have gained admissions already are also eligible to change their college or course as the cut-off is expected to dip slightly in the new list. However, experts believe that the most popular courses including political science, BA (H) History etc might not be available on the second list. Officials claim that several DU colleges have overfilled their seats as well.

   Delhi University second cut-off releasing today

The University of Delhi (DU) is releasing the cut-offs for the second list for admission to several courses and colleges. This year, about 70,000 seats are available for which about 3.54 lakh students had applied. Despite having 100% as the highest cut-off in the first list, DU still managed to fill about 50% of its seats. Now, the battle for the rest of the seats has started.

Du 2nd cut off list 2020

DU affirmations 2020-21, second cut-off records HIGHLIGHTS: A sum of 3,54,003 understudies had applied for around 70,000 undergrad seats at DU. The number is 1.5 lakh higher than a year ago and most noteworthy in recent years. Delhi University sets another affirmation cut-off record with its first rundown after the Lady Shri Ram College for Women settled on a 100 percent cut-off for three courses, and 30 courses across schools had shorts more than 99 percent.

Anu Srivastava, head of Hindu College, stated, “We are completely equipped and we are acceptable to deal with a tremendous surge. There is no such issue of any adjustment all the while and we are planning with the affirmation branch. We actually need to fill Commerce and Economics seats, while there are 10 courses which have just been topped off.”

Hindu College has kept the cut-off for BA (Honors) Philosophy unaltered at 97 percent. The school chief said that they are practically full and have just a couple of seats remaining.

Manoj Khanna, head of Ramjas College, said they have gained from the inadequacies of the main cut-off and the school is focussed on Science courses, where seats are as yet empty. The universities are additionally anticipating retractions with the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) results being declared.

“We have seen seats being topped off for BSc (Honors) Zoology which would not occur prior. Indeed, even the BSc program blend with Electronics has been topped off in the principal list which is unexpectedly,” Khanna said.

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