DU 8th cut off list 2019: Eighth list of selected candidates out on du.ac.in for UG courses in Economics, English, History, Pol Science, Hindi and BCom

At Hindu College, BA (Honours) Economics is available at a cut-off of 97.62 percent, while at Daulat Ram College, same course is available at a cut-off of 95.75 percent

Press Trust of India August 27, 2019 10:39:34 IST
DU 8th cut off list 2019: Eighth list of selected candidates out on du.ac.in for UG courses in Economics, English, History, Pol Science, Hindi and BCom
  • Delhi University released its eighth cut-off list on Monday with courses like BA (Honours) Economics, BA (Honours) English, BCom

  • At Hindu College, BA (Honours) Economics is available at a cut-off of 97.62 percent, while at Daulat Ram College, same course is available at a cut-off of 95.75 percent

  • Indraprastha College for Women is offering BA (Honours) English at a cut-off of 94.50 percent, while Gargi College is offering the course at 95 percent

DU 8th cut off list 2019: The Delhi University (DU) released its eighth cut-off list on Monday with courses like BA (Honours) Economics, BA (Honours) English, BCom still being up for grabs for the general category at premier colleges.

DU 8th cut off list 2019 Eighth list of selected candidates out on duacin for UG courses in Economics English History Pol Science Hindi and BCom

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At Hindu College, BA (Honours) Economics is available at a cut-off of 97.62 percent, while at Daulat Ram College, the same course is available at a cut-off of 95.75 percent. Shri Ram College of Commerce has pegged the minimum marks for admission to the course at 98.62 percent, while Kirori Mal College has kept the marks at 97 percent.

Ramjas College has vacant seats for BA (Honours) English, BA(Honours) History and BCom (Honours) courses. Hindu College has vacant seats in BCom (Honours) and has pegged the cut-off at 97.37 percent. Kirori Mal College has seats left under BA (Honours) English and BA (Honours) Hindi, while Kamala Nehru College still has vacant seats for BA (Honours) Political Science and BA (Honours) English.

Indraprastha College for Women is offering BA (Honours) English at a cut-off of 94.50 percent, while Gargi College is offering the course at 95 percent. Other courses open for admission at Gargi are BA (Honours) Political Science and BCom. The eighth cut-off list will be displayed in colleges on Tuesday.

Also read: DU 7th Cut-off List 2019: Seventh list of selected candidates out now on du.ac.in for UG courses at Delhi University

Also read: DU 6th cut-off list 2019: Sixth list of shortlisted candidates released on du.ac.in for admission in UG courses at Delhi University

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