Delhi University Admission 2021. Check Top Colleges for Arts & Humanities, Science and Commerce

Updated as on July 18, 2021. DU Entrance Test to be conducted from September 26 to October 1. Online registration for PG courses, as well as MPhil & PhD courses, has already begun Monday. The last date of registration for these courses is August 21.

Registration for Delhi University Undergraduate admissions will be done between August 2 and 31, and for Postgraduate, MPhil and PhD programmes, it will be between July 26 and August 21, DU Acting Vice-Chancellor professor PC Joshi announced on Saturday.

DU admissions 2021: How to calculate cut-off- Delhi University usually counts cut-off on the basis of the ‘best of four’ marks obtained in class 12. As a thumb rule it is any four courses including one language, however, for certain courses, having specific subjects in class 12 is a requirement. For instance for economics, class 12 marks of language (any), math, and economics will be considered. Then in such case, students’ best of four will be math + language course + economics + any subject. This is just an example, candidates can refer to details at the official website.

New Subject added: The four new courses for which entrances will be held from this year are Bachelor in Physiotherapy, Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics, and Masters of Physiotherapy.

“From the academic year 2021-22 onwards, admissions to Bachelor in Physiotherapy, Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Prosthetics & Orthotics, and Masters of Physiotherapy will be done through Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET). “This is an effort in line with the National Education Policy motive of one university one examination,” Rajiv Gupta, chairperson, Admissions, said.

Eligibility criteria and registration fees for both merit and entrance based admissions this year will remain unchanged, the university said in a statement. Over 2.4 Lacs students register on Delhi University (DU) this year for admissions to the more than 100 colleges under DU. Last week Delhi University organised its open day session at Maharaja Agrasen College where student asked questions about how they have to procure the EWS certificate. This year, the varsity has affected a 10 per cent increase in seats for the EWS and there will be a rise of close to 6,000 seats, taking the total number of seats for undergraduate courses to 62,000.

  • Hindu College, 1st cut-off is 99 per cent for admissions to BA Political Science Honours.
  • Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College 1st cut-off is 98.75 per cent for BA Programme*.
  • Dyal Singh College’s Computer Science course has a cut-off at 98.33 per cent.
  • Daulat Ram College has announced 97.6 per cent cut-off for Physics.

The highest cutoff for this year has been announced by the Hindu College, which demands 99 per cent for admissions to BA Political Science Honours. The other colleges with some of the highest cut-offs include Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College* with 98.75 per cent for BA Programme (History + Sociology/ Political Science + Psychology) and BA (Hons) Psychology and Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) with 98.75 per cent for BA (Hons) Economics.

Cut-off in North-Campus-based Hansraj College has increased marginally, of a 0.5 per cent, in few programmes including BA Economics (Hons.). Here, general candidates will need 97.25% for BA English (Hons) and 98.5% for BA Economics (Hons). 98.25% is the cut-off for BCom in Hansraj.

In Jesus and Mary College, the students who are planning to get admission for BA Psychology will need to have 98% with 85% and above in Psychology (in Class 12) and 99% without Psychology or securing less than 85% in Psychology.

For admissions to BSc, science stream courses, the cut-off list has been the highest this year, at 98.3 per cent for BA (Hons) Physics, BA (Hons) 97.75 and BA (Programme) Mathematics. While Dyal Singh College’s Computer Science course has a cut-off at 98.33 per cent, Daulat Ram College has announced 97.6 per cent cut-off for Physics.

Most of the BA, BSc and B. Com courses at Daulat Ram College has demanded a cut off more than 90% in the first list. The courses with highest cut-off include BSc (Hons) Physics with 97.66%, BSc (Hons) Psychology with 97%, BA (Hons) Economics with 96.75%, BA (Hons) English and BCom (Hons) at 96.5% each and BSc (Hons) Chemistry, BSc (Hons) Mathematics, BSc (Hons) Bio-Chemistry and BCom (Programme) at 96%.

The highest cut-off last year was 98.75 per cent for BA Programme in Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College, followed by Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) with a cut-off of 98.50 per cent for BA (Honours) in Journalism and 98.25 per cent for BA (Honours) in Psychology in LSR College.

NIRF Ranking 2020 based Colleges Under Delhi University

Sl No
Top 10 Colleges for Arts & Humanities.
Top 10 Colleges for Commerce.
Top 10 Colleges for Science.
NIRF Ranking 2020
1

St. Stephen’s College

Shri Ram College of Commerce
Miranda House
Miranda House
2
Lady Shri Ram College For Women
Lady Shri Ram College For Women
St. Stephen’s College
xLady Shri Ram College For Women
3

Miranda House

Hansraj College
Hindu College
Hindu College
4
Hindu College

Hindu College

Hansraj College
St. Stephen`s College
5

Ramjas College

Sri Venkateswara College
Sri Venkateswara College
Hans Raj College
6

Hansraj College

Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
Ramjas College
Shri Ram College of Commerce
7

Shri Ram College of Commerce

Jesus & Mary College
Acharya Narendra Dev College

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College

8

Sri Venkateswara College

Ramjas College
Gargi College
Sri Venkateswara College
9

Jesus & Mary College

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College
Deen Dayal Upadhyay College
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
10

Indraprastha College For Women

Indraprastha College For Women
SGTB Khalsa College
Gargi College
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