DU colleges release cut-off; highest 99.66% for electronics

DU colleges release cut-off; highest 99.66% for electronics

DU colleges release cut-off; highest 99.66% for electronics

As per a notice released by the Institute, the cut-offs were declared for admission to BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons) Economics (1st year).

Last year, SRCC announced its cut-off at 98.25 per cent for Economics Honours and 98 per cent for B Com Honours.

The cut-off will be on the basis of best of four subjects, according to Delhi University criteria.

Students looking forward to studying at Delhi University (DU) have a choice to make.

BA programme cutoff dropped by 1.5 percentage point to 95.5 per cent. Sri Venkateswara College kept the cut off for English (H) at 96.5 per cent, Economics (H) at 97.5 per cent and for B.Com (H) at 97.5 per cent. This was slightly lower for both the subjects from past year which was 98 and 98.25 percent respectively.

Other colleges are likely to announce their cut-off later on Friday. The cut-off for English (hons) is same as past year at 97 pc.

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Selection of colleges/courses: If you meet the cut-off, log in to your registered account on the undergraduate admission portal and select the desired college/course.

While Miranda House's cut-off for BA (Hons) Economics is 97.25 per cent, B Com (Hons) cut-off in both Ramjas College and Hansraj College is 97.5 per cent. Both the subjects witnessed a drop of 1.75 percent and 1 per cent respectively from a year ago.

The highest was 99.66% for BSc (Hons) Electronics in SGTB Khalsa College. "This year, we tried to set a very realistic cut-off, as last year we could not admit many students in the first cut-off list", said Ramjas Principal PC Tulsian.

The admission process for the first cut-off list will begin on Saturday and will continue till June 28.

More than 2,50,000 candidates have applied for around 55,000 seats across the colleges in the university. "I will now have to extend my stay in Delhi for two more days to get admission on Tuesday", said Bindu, who wishes to pursue BA (Hon) History from Sri Venkateswara College. The university is expected to release the second cut-off list on July 1. And the second document verification and admission procedure will be carried out from 1st to 4th July 2017. Candidates of SC category should have secured 92 per cent for B Com Honours while 95 per cent for B A (Hons) Economics, whereas for ST category, it is 88 per cent for B Com Honours and 92.25 per cent for B A (Hons) Economics.

SGTB recorded 99.66% in aggregate is the highest score for science.

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