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Delhi University cut-offs out today, find out more about your favourite college with this interactive map

Delhi University has received around 2.2 lakh applications this year for about 56,000 seats in its 63 colleges.

education Updated: Jun 23, 2017 10:20 IST
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Delhi University’s colleges will release their first cut-off lists tomorrow, June 23.(Hindustan Times/Saumya Khandelwal/For representation only)

New Delhi: Delhi University (DU) will announce its first cut-off list for undergraduate courses late on Friday, June 23, with admissions beginning on the same day.

The university received around 2.2 lakh applications this year for about 56,000 seats in its 63 colleges.

DU cutoffs are likely to see a marginal rise or maintain the same trend as last year, officials said.

Candidates planning to join any of DU’s colleges can check the cut-offs at university website,

St Stephen’s announced its cut-off recently with most courses seeing a dip in cut-off or being at the same level as last year.

However, other colleges said that St Stephen’s cut-off trend was not likely to impact them as they had a different admission policy.

Unlike St Stephen’s, which has an aptitude test and interview to select students making the cut-offs, other DU colleges have to admit all students with qualifying cut-offs who want to join.

“This year’s cut-off may not see much jump and in fact expect for a few courses, mostly the cut-off is likely to remain on similar lines as last year’s,” a university official said.

For those making a beeline for their institutes after the cut-offs are out, an interactive College Explorer with institute addresses, programmes, websites etc have been added to make your search for a college of your choice more easier. Click on this link to find out more. Last year’s cut-offs have also been added to enable you to compare the scores with the ones being released tomorrow.

First Published: Jun 22, 2017 17:50 IST