Delhi University Eleventh cutoff 2015 list released

The Delhi University has released the 11th cut-off list for the admissions into the undergraduate courses for the academic session of 2015. The list for all the three streams Science, Commerce and Arts have been published online and the candidates can view the same via the official site of the university

Steps to view Delhi University Eleventh cutoff 2015

The candidates can view the cut-off for their preferred course and colleges by following the steps enlisted below

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  • Firstly the candidates will have to visit the official website
  • The candidates will then require to click on the link , ‘Undergraduate Admissions 2015 Cut offs: Click Here to View eleventh Cut Off (2015)’
  • The candidates will then require to click on their respective stream, ‘Science cut off’, ‘Arts and Commerce cut off’ or ‘B.A. (Hons.) French, German, Italian, Spanish’
  • The cutoff list will then be displayed on the screen.

This particular year Delhi University has received over four lakh registrations. In total 3, 20,799 applications have been submitted of which 2, 32,049 are submitted online and 88,750 are submitted in offline mode. After the tenth cut-off list maximum of the seats for all popular courses have been occupied , though most of the admissions have been shut for the General Category, few are still available in the SC,ST,OBC and PwD categories. The candidates who do get selected will have to complete their admission and payment of fees procedure from the 10th of Aug uptill the 12th of August.

The application procedure for admission into the undergraduate programmes will be concluded on the 14th of August. The admission session has commenced on the 20th of July, the university has introduced the Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) marking scheme this year onwards.

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