Institute of Home Economics Cut Off 2019: Delhi University Cut off List 2019

Institute of Home Economics Cut Off 2019: Institute of Home Economics is one of the known colleges under Delhi University(DU). It provides various undergraduate courses to the candidates. Candidates are granted Admissions on the basis of their marks scored in their 12th Examination. Every year Multiple Cut Off lists of Institute of Home Economics are released on different dates.

Institute of Home Economics Cut off 2019

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Institute of Home Economics Cut off 2018

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Institute of Home Economics Cut Off 2017

Institute of Home Economics Cut off list 2019 is not released yet. Multiple cut off lists will be released on different dates. The candidates can check the Institute of Home Economics previous year cut off list in the list given below.

DU Admission 2019 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 2019

The documents that are required for DU Counselling 2019 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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