The University of Delhi (DU) has released the fifth Cut off list for UG merit based admissions today. As per the schedule, University to release on 7 November the 5th and final cut-off for B.A, B.Com, and B.Sc (Program/ Honors) courses for academic session 2020-21. Admissions under the fifth list will take place from November 9 to 11, 2020 (11.59 hours). According to a report published in Indian Express, as many as 65,393 seats out of total 70,000 seats have been filled in the last four Cut-off lists.
Delhi University admissions under 5th and final Cut-off list to begin from November 9, 2020 and ahead of the commencement, constituent Colleges are set to display their fifth Cutoff list for UG Merit based admissions 2020-21 on Nov 7. Admissions on vacant seats (about 5 thousands) will take place across the participating colleges on vacant seats.
As per the report, Delhi University 5th cut off for B.Com, B.Com (Hons), B.Sc (Physical Science), and B.Sc (Hons) courses has been made available on 7 November 2020, in evening. Candidates can check the 5th Cut off 2020 availability at du.ac.in and at respective College's website.
University published the 5th Cut off press release, College and category wise for courses having vacant seats. Report has suggested that DU to display its fifth cut-off on nearly 5k seats. Admission against the fifth list will be open from November 9 to November 11. The new session will begin from November 18, 2020. Here're the direct links to check availability of fifth cut off lists.
DU 5th Cut off 2020 Latest Updates:
Delhi University Colleges start releasing fifth Cutoff list on vacant seats. PGDAV College Evening, CVS College, Kirori Mal Colllege, Hansraj College, and Miranda House are releasing their respective Cut-offs on available seats, after 4th round.
Fifth Cut off-
For the Undergraduate admissions 2020-21 Delhi University has already released four Cut off lists for facilitating admissions on 70,000 seats in 51 participating and constituent collleges. DU published its 4th Cut off list in which admissions closed on November 6, 2020.
Note- Based on sources, after the 5th and final cut off list, there are chances that University release the special cut-off or merit list, in case seats are left vacant. The entire admission process is online this year, students facing any hurdle, can visiti the website du.ac.in.