Delhi University (DU) has started the online registration process for various Undergraduate (UG) courses for the academic session 2019-2020 on May 30. All the interested, eligible candidates can apply for the DU Admissions 2019 on the official website, the link for which is

As per reports, admissions to UG courses at the University of Delhi are merit-based (that is, based on marks scored in Class 12 board/qualifying examinations) or entrance-based (that is, based on written/practical tests depending on the course selected by an aspiring student).

Further, within the first 90 minutes 24,536 registrations were done on the portal, reported news agency Press Trust of India (PTI).

DU First Cut-Off List 2019: Date

This year, the University of Delhi is expected to release the first cut-off list on June 19 on the official website, the link for which is

In 2018, Delhi University released the first cut-off list for admission to various undergraduate courses on June 19. Further, a drop in the minimum required marks is seen when compared to 2017. The highest cut-off went to 98.75 per cent for BA (programme) in Lady Shri Ram College. In the first list, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) demanded 98.50 per cent for BA (Hons) for its Journalism course.

How to check DU First Cut-Off List 2019:

·        Log on to the official website,

·        Click on the relevant link

·        DU cut-off will be displayed on the screen

·        Download the same and take print out of it

Note: The admission process before the cut-off marks are Announced: 
Course-wise and category wise merit list of applicants will be available on the admission portal for downloading or viewing by the colleges.

Further, colleges will declare the cut-off marks on the basis of the merit list.

NTA to conduct DU entrance exam:

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has been entrusted with the conduct of University of Delhi entrance examination 2019 for admissions to entrance based undergraduate courses.

According to Vinay Gupta, dean of examination, the exams will take place in three sessions per day and there will be jammers and CCTV surveillance at the centres.