DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY (DELSU) CUT OFF MARK 2020/2021 (Departmental Cut Off Point For all Courses)

DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY ( DELSU ) CUT OFF MARK 2020 / 2021 (Departmental Cut Off Point For all Courses)

The cut of mark for Delta State University ( DELSU ) for the 2020/2021 academic session has been fixed at 170. Intending aspirants of DELSU are encouraged to go through this publication to get more information.

Brief History of Delta State University 

The Delta State University, Abraka – prominently known as DELSU, has been verifiably recorded as a Center of Education. It is a State government college which began as a Government Teachers’ Training College during the pioneer period and a few years into the post-pioneer period. It turned into a College of Education that granted Nigerian Certificate of Education (N.C.E.) from 1971-1985. 

In 1981, it was a subsidiary to the University of Benin, Benin City and therefore offered degree programs from 1981 till 1985 when it turned into the Faculty of Education of the then Bendel State University with its principle Campus at Ekpoma. The State government college began its academic operation with its main campus situated at Abraka, and another campus at Anwai, Asaba. With the 1995 Amended Edict, another campus was established at Oleh making it a total of three separate campuses across the three senatorial districts of the State.      

The formation of Edo and Delta States in August 1991 and the transformation of the main campus of the then Bendel State University, Ekpoma to become Edo State University in December 1991, mandated the foundation of an independent Delta State University, Abraka on 30th April, 1992 by the then Executive Governor of the State, Olorogun Felix Ibru. At the inception of the university, it started started with just five faculties viz; Faculties of Arts, Agriculture, Education, Sciences and Social sciences.

Delta State University as a State institution has been certified by the National Universities Commission and offers variety of programs ranging from        full-time certificate, diploma and degree programs, part-time evening and weekend degree programs to postgraduate and doctoral level. The University’s current students population is estimated to be around 22,000 and presently has the following under-listed Faculties and departments; 

FACULTIES AND DEPARTMENTS IN DELSU

Faculty of Agriculture

  • Agric. Economics and Extension 
  • Animal Science & Fisheries 
  • Agronomy, Wildlife & Forestry 

Faculty of Clinical Medicine

  • Medicine 
  • Anesthetic
  • Chemical Pathology 
  • Community Medicine 
  • Family Medicine 
  • Hematology and blood transfusion 
  • Medical Microbiology 
  • Mental Health/Psychiatry 
  • Morbid Anatomy 
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology 
  • Pediatrics and Child Health 
  • Radiology
  • Surgery 

Faculty of Law

  • Law

Faculty of Science

  • Animal and Environmental Biology 
  • Botany 
  • Biochemistry 
  • Chemistry 
  • Computer Science 
  • Geology 
  • Mathematics 
  • Microbiology 
  • Physics 
  • Science Laboratory Technology 

Faculty of Arts

  • English and Literary Studies 
  • Fine and Applied Arts 
  • Languages and Linguistics 
  • History and International Studies 
  • Music 
  • Theatre Arts 
  • Philosophy/Religious Studies 

Faculty of Engineering

  • Chemical/Petroleum Engineering  C
  • Civil Engineering 
  • Electrical Engineering 
  • Mechanical Engineering 

Faculty of Management Sciences

  • Accounting/ Banking & Finance 
  • Business Administration & Marketing 

Faculty of Social Science 

  • Accounting and Finance 
  • Business Administration 
  • Economics 
  • Mass Communication 
  • Geography
  • Political Science 
  • Sociology/Psychology 

Faculty of Basic Medical Science

  • Anatomy & Cell Biology 
  • Medical Biochemistry 
  • Nursing Science 
  • Pharmacology and Therapeutics 
  • Physiology 

Faculty of Education

  • Institute of Education 
  • Educational Management & Foundations 
  • Vocational Education 
  • Science Education 
  • Business Education 
  • Health Education 
  • Social Science Education 
  • Guidance and Counseling 
  • Human Kinetics 
  • Technical Education 
  • Library and Information Science 

Faculty of Pharmacy

  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry 
  • Pharmacology & Toxicology 
  • Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacy Administration 
  • Pharmacognosy & Traditional Medicine 
  • Pharmaceutics & Industrial Pharmacy 
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotech 

The academic evolution, growth and successes of Delta State University were all leveraged upon the dedication and tenacious contributions of these pioneer Vice chancellors and their team among others. Listed below are the up-to-date pioneer Vice chancellors of DELSU

DELSU PAST AND CURRENT VICE CHANCELLORS 

  1. Professor F.M.A. Ukoli (1992-1994)
  2. Professor Pius O. Sada (1995-1998)
  3. Professor A.E. Ekoko(Sole Administrator 1998-1999)
  4. Professor Uvie A. Igun(1999-2004)
  5. Professor J.O. Enaohwo (2004-2009)
  6. Professor Eric A. Arubayi (2009-2014)
  7. Professor Victor F. Peretomode (2014-2019)
  8. Professor (Comr) Andy O. Egwunyenga (2019-Date)

DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY ( DELSU ) CUT OFF MARK 2020/2021

The cut of mark for Delta State University ( DELSU ) for the 2020/2021 academic session has been fixed at 170, candidates with intentions of studying in the institution are hereby informed of this development. By this notice candidates for the 2020 UTME must score a minimum of 170 alongside meeting other criteria to be eligible to partake in the PUTME screening exercise.

DELSU GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 

To be eligible to gain admission into any department in DELSU the candidate must meet a number of compulsory requirements, these requirements are ;

  • The candidate must score a minimum of 170 and above in JAMB 
  • Candidate must have five O’level credit passes or its equivalent which must include Mathematics, English and three other related subjects. 
  • Candidates must have the right subject combinations in UTME
  • Candidatesmust choose DELSU while registering for their UTME

DELSU DEPARTMENTAL CUT OFF MARK 

To be admitted into the department of the institution, candidates must beat the departmental cut off mark slated for that department. Candidates are therefore encouraged to put in more work so as to perform better in the PUTME screening exercise. Below are the list of cut off marks for the various departments.

S/N.FACULTY/DEPARTMENTSCUT-OFF MARK
1.AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Economics/Extension45
Animal Science45
Fisheries45
Soil Science45
Forestry & /wild Life45
2.ARTS
English & Literary Studies50
Fine & Applied Arts45
French45
History & International Studies50
Linguistics45
Philosophy45
Religious Studies45
Theatre Arts45
3.BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES
Anatomy and Cell Biology47
Medical Biochemistry50
Pharmacology & Therapeutics50
Physiology50
Medicine & Surgery65
Nursing Science63
4.EDUCATION
Agricultural Science Education45
Biology Education48
Business Education50
Chemistry Education45
Computer Education50
Economics Education50
English Education48
Guidance & Counselling45
Geography Education47
Health Education45
Home Economics45
Integrated Science45
Library Science Education50
Mathematics Education45
Nursery & Primary Education45
Physical and Health Education45
Physics Education45
Political Science Education50
Social Science Education (Soc. Studies)45
Religious Education45
Technical Education45
5.ENGINEERING
Civil Engineering55
Electrical & Electronics Engineering55
Mechanical Engineering55
6.MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
Banking & Finance56
Business Administration56
Accounting & Finance56
Marketing45
7.PHARMACY
Pharmacy 60
8.SCIENCES
Animal & Environmental Biology45
Biochemistry50
Biological Technology45
Chemistry Technology45
Physics & Electronics Technology45
Environmental Science Technology45
Botany45
Chemistry45
Computer Science50
Geology50
Industrial Chemistry45
Industrial Mathematics45
Microbiology55
Physics45
9.SOCIAL SCIENCES
Business Administration56
Economics57
Geography & Regional Planning45
Mass Communication55
Political Science55
Psychology45
Sociology48

How to Calculate DELSU UTME / JAMB Average Score:

  • Divide your UTME/JAMB score by 8
  • Divide your Post UTME score by 2
  • Add the result of both scores above 

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