Hans Raj College Cut off 2018: DU Cutoff For Hans Raj College Admission

Hans Raj College Cut off 2018: Hans Raj College is one of the highly reputed colleges under Delhi University(DU). It was founded in the year 1948 and it offers Undergraduate courses like Science, Liberal Arts, and Commerce. Candidates are granted Admissions on the basis of the scores they have secured in the 12th standard. Every year different cut off lists are released on different dates for different categories. Candidates who meet the Hans Raj College (DU) Cut off 2018 should report to the colleges and fill up the enrollment form. The admission fees should be paid within the stipulated time.

Hans Raj College Cut off 2018: Important Dates

Cut Offs Events Important Dates
The release of  Application Forms 1st June 2018
Closing Date of  Application Forms 13th June 2018
1st Cut off List Cut off List 24th June 2018
Document Verification and Approval for Admission 24th -28th June 2018
2nd Cut Off List Cut off List 1st July 2018
Document Verification and Approval for Admission 1st -4th July 2018
3rd Cut Off List Cut off List 7th July 2018
Document Verification and Approval for Admission 7th-10th July 2018
4th Cut Off List Cut off List 13th July 2018
Document Verification and Approval for Admission 13th-15th July 2018
5th Cut Off List Cut off List 18th July 2018
Document Verification and Approval for Admission 18th-19th July 2018

Hans Raj College Previous Year Cut Off

The Cut Off list for the Academic Year is not yet released yet. Hans Raj College Previous year Cut off the list is given in the table below.

Delhi University Counseling 2018

The University of Delhi will start its admission process from 19th June 2018 (for UG Courses) and 27th June 2018 (for PG Courses). The DU Counseling will be organized through Offline mode. In this article, we will provide complete details regarding the Delhi University Counseling Schedule 2018.

Delhi University Counseling Schedule 2018

 Counselling Schedule for Post-Graduate Programmes:

Events Dates Scheduled
First List Publish, Document Verification, Approval of Admission, and Payment of Online Admission Fees 2nd to 3rd July 2018
Second List Publish, Document Verification, Approval of Admission, and Payment of Online Admission Fees (optional) 3rd to 4th week July 2018
Third List Publish, Document Verification, Approval of Admission, and Payment of Online Admission Fees (optional) Last Week of July to 1st Week of August 2018

Counselling Schedule for Under-Graduate Programmes

Events Dates Scheduled
Release of First Admission List 2nd week July 2018
Document Verification and Approval of Admission  

3rd week July 2018

Release of 2nd Admission List 4th Week July 2018
Document Verification and Approval of Admission  

4th Week July 2018

Release of 3rd Admission List Last Week July 2018
Document Verification and Approval of Admission  

Last Week July 2018

 DU Admission 2018 Procedure

After the declaration of the Delhi University Admission Cut Off Lists by the University, candidates have to report to the college of his/her choice as per the schedule of the DU Admission.

Here the candidates, have to fill in the college form and the University Enrollment Form. Then the documents of the candidates will be verified and submitted and the payment of the admission fees is done.

If the candidates name is not available in the first cut-off list of any of the DU affiliated colleges then, they could be considered in the next upcoming list. So the candidates are requested to check the cut-off lists as soon as it is available on the desired college website.

Documents Required during DU Counseling 2018

The documents that are required for DU Counselling 2018 is as follows-

  • 10thClass Marksheet and Passing Certificate
  • 12thClass Marksheet and passing certificate
  • Graduation Marksheet and other certificates (for PG Courses)
  • Recent Character Certificate
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Category Certificate (if applicable)
  • Passport size self-attested photographs.

The Cut-Off lists are very important for each and every candidate as it decides the future of the candidate. The cut-off is the minimum number of marks that is secured in the XII Board Examination that allows a candidate to get a seat in his/her desired college. The cut-off mark is the limited bar/set decided by the College or the University to offer admission. If a candidate secures more than the cut-off mark or exacts to the cut-off marks that means that the candidate is selected/ qualified. Below the cut-off marks states that the candidate is not qualified.

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