DU 6th Cut Off List 2018: Kirori Mal College, ANDC, SBS etc. release 6th DU cut off 2018

Delhi University would be releasing the compiled sixth cut off list for DU Admissions 2018 tomorrow i.e., July 18. The admission process under the DU 6th cut off list would also commence from July 18 to July 20. Colleges, like in case of previous lists, have already started releasing the sixth cut off list for admissions as many seats are still vacant in Delhi University. Candidates who have filled the DU Online Application forms for admissions on du.ac.in can check the individual college wise cut off list here. Check updates on DU 6th Cut off List 2018 as it is released by various colleges.

Links for the 6th cut off lists for various colleges are given below:-

Check Shaheed Bhagat Singh College sixth cut off 2018

Check Kirori Mal College sixth cut off 2018

Check Shyam Lal Evening College sixth cut off 2018

Check Acharya Narendra Dev College sixth cut off 2018

Check Motilal Nehru College 6th Cut off 2018

Check Dayal Singh Evening College 6th Cut off 2018 

Check Aryabhatta College 6th Cut off 2018 

Check Jesus & Mary College 6th Cut off 2018

Check Shivaji College 6th Cut off 2018

Check Mata Sundari College 6th Cut off 2018

Check SRCC 6th Cut off 2018

Check Satywati College 6th Cut off 2018

Check College of Vocational Studies 6th Cut Off 2018

Check Ramjas College DU 6th Cut off List 2018

Check Hindu College 6th cut off 2018

Check DU 6th Cut off list 2018 for Gargi college here.

Swami Shraddhanand College- Sixth Cuttoff List for Admission 2018-19 

 Check Sri Aurobindo Evening 6th Cut off List here. 

Check the PGDAV Evening 6th Cut Off List here.

Delhi University had on 14th july,2018 notified the release of the 6th cut off list as many seats were still vacant. The university had also released a notice for special admissions drive on July 15 and 16 for quota candidates. Apart from that, following the order of the High Court, Delhi University has also advised colleges to accept students who, after revaluation, meet the cut off criteria of previous lists – even if the admissions for those courses have now closed.

Please be notified that the colleges are, as per the latest advisory, required to offer seats to students if they now meet the criteria. Delhi High Court had ruled that students cannot suffer due to administrative delays and errors on the part of CBSE. The session, in the meanwhile, is set to commence from July 20, 2018.

~ Preksha Mishra

Reported by Timesnownews.com


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