DU Special Cut Off List Released

# Oct 26, 2021 by Harshita Nandal

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DU Special Cut Off List Released

Delhi University's colleges have released the special cut-off list of DU 2021 for undergraduate merit based programmes on, October 25. Candidates can check the DU special cut off 2021 by visiting the official website of the Delhi University colleges and DU admission portal – www.admission.uod.ac.in

It must be noted that only those candidates are eligible for admission under DU special cut off 2021 who have not taken admission through first, second or third cut off list.

According to the data shared by officials, Delhi University has received over 1.70 lakh applications for various UG merit based courses under the three cut-off lists. Out of which over 58,000 students have paid the admissions fees so far.

Gargi College had closed the admission to BA (Hons) Political Science and BA (Hons) Philosophy under the DU 3rd cut off 2021. The admission to BSc (Hons) Biochemistry, Botany and Maths at Daulat Ram College was also closed under the third cut off list. Jesus and Mary College (JMC) did not release a third JMC cut off list 2021 for any programmes except Hindi.

DU admission 2021 against the special cut-off will be held from October 26 to 27. Delhi University will approve the admission against the DU 2021 special cut off by October 28 (5 pm). Candidates can pay the admission against the DU special cut off 2021 till October 29 (5 pm).

The first DU cut-off 2021 was released on October 1. The DU second cut-off list and DU 3rd cut off list was published on October 9 and 16, respectively. The DU 4th cut off 2021 and fifth cut-off will be released on October 30 and November 8, respectively.

Manish Kansal, admission convener at the Hindu College, told PTI, "In the special cut-off, most of the courses are likely to remain closed for the unreserved category, while they might be open for the other categories. We will get to know the exact situation after the fee payment window closes on Saturday."

The special cut off DU will be prepared on the basis of various parameters such as the marks scored by candidates in the Class 12th examination, opted programme, best of four subjects and number of seats available after the third round counselling.

Steps To Change Course, College

1- Withdraw the previous admission: To change the course or college, students will have to withdraw the admission taken in any of the affiliated colleges under the first cutoff list.

2- Cancellation Of Fee Payment: Once the DU admission 2021 is withdrawn, candidates will be required to pay the requisite admission cancellation/withdrawal fee.

3- Download the confirmation page: Students will have to download the confirmation page for future reference.

4- Select New College and Course: Select the college and course by logging into the official website. Candidates have to meet the cut-off requirements as per the merit.

5- Document Verification and payment of fees: For DU admissions, document verification process would be held at the respective colleges. Soon after, candidates can lock the seat by paying the fees

Documents Required For DU  Admission

  • Class 10 board examination certificate, mark sheet
  • Class 12 mark sheet, provisional or original certificate
  • Conduct certificate
  • Category certificate, if applicable)
  • OBC (Non-creamy layer) certificate, if applicable)
  • Transfer certificate
  • Migration certificate from
  • Two passport size, self-attested photographs

How Are DU Cut-Off 2021 Marks Calculated

Best Of 4 Subjects: As per the best of four subjects DU cut-off criteria, the university uses scores obtained in one language subject and three academic subjects filled up by the candidates during the registration process. The subjects also include the one in which the candidate wishes to seek admission in.

Best of 3 Subjects: For Science and Applied Sciences programmes, admissions are done on the basis of top three academic subjects, except for BA (Pass) Home Science. The DU cut off list for BA (Pass Home Science) is prepared taking into account the best of three academic subjects and English as a compulsory language subject.

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Harshita Nandal
Harshita Nandal

Harshita Nandal has worked as a Creative head in Mitrakshar, University of Delhi. She has done her Graduation from the University of Delhi in English Honours. In her free time, she prefers to play the guitar, take short walks in between work and loves to watch Korean dramas. Currently, she is an author at Educere India to fulfil the desire of her passion for writing.