Hindu College reopens admission to BA philosophy


2021 Admission: Admission against the 2021 Hindu Colleges Special Cut List will begin from October 26.

Hindu College (Source: official website)

NEW DELHI: Hindu College at the University of Delhi has released the special 2021 deadline for admission to various undergraduate programs. Applicants can check the Hindu College 2021 special cut on the college’s official website – hinducollege.ac.in or the University of Delhi – du.ac.in. Hindu College has reopened admission to the BA Philosophy Honors at 97.75%. Check out live updates from DU Special Cut-off 2021 here.

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Hindu College has closed admissions to almost all arts, science and business programs such as English, Political Science, History, Urdu, Sanskrit and Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, BCom (pass), Economics (Hons) and BCom (Hons) for the unqualified category.

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Admissions are still open for these courses for other categories at the University of Delhi.

Admission FROM 2021: special cut at Hindu College for the unreserved category


3rd Threshold 2021 (In%)

BA (Hons) Economics


BA (Hons) English


BA (Hons) Hindi


BA (Hons) History


BA (Hons) Philosophy


BA (Hons) Geography


BA (Hons) Political Science


BSc (Hons) Mathematics


BSc Statistics (Hons)


BSc (Hons) Chemistry


BSc (Hons) Botany


BSc (Hons) Physics


B.Com (Hons)


The Hindu college will proceed with admission against the 2021 special cut from October 26-27. Admission under the college’s special cut will be principle approved by October 28 (5 p.m.). The last date to make the admission fee payment against the Hindu College 2021 Special Cut List is October 29 (5:00 p.m.).

Hindu College’s fourth and fifth 2021 cut-off lists will be released on October 30 and November 8, respectively, if any seats remain vacant after the special cut-off list. The Hindu 2021 special cut has been prepared based on the scores obtained by the candidates in the class 12 exam, the chosen program, the best of four subjects and the number of places available after the first and second round.

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