The Delhi University (DU) colleges announced their cut-offs on Friday with around the 97 per cent marks collected by the kid for commerce courses. University of Delhi admission process kicked off today when the colleges affiliated with the NCR-based varsity announced their first cut-offs on Friday with most of the students collected 97 per cent for commerce courses, set earlier in the day by the SRCC.
There has been an apparently marginal dip in the cut off percentage this year and good marks give relief to the students as it will be secure good future for the kids. Though, going through the list of the cut offs, it is clear that the first cut off list is not for students who perhaps score below 90 and wish to take admission in any of the top colleges for study.
As per The Hindu daily, as communicated by the Delhi University (DU) officials, cut-offs have seen a dip as several boards that announced results before the CBSE had done with somehow modern policy.
Though, the majority of students apply to DU are from CBSE, will be followed in-practice moderation policy post there is interference from Delhi High Court.
This year, 63,247 students scored over 90% in the CBSE Class 12 Board examination and 10,091 scored above 95%, certify that the cut-offs are very high which is good for the students, reported at the media portal The Hindu.
B.Com (Honours), B.A Economics (Honours)
From most required after colleges, Hindu, Lady Shri Ram (LSR), and Kirorimal College bring and set their cut-offs for Economics (Honours) at 97.5 per cent.
SRCC which released the cut-off first had bolted the cut-off a little bit higher at 97.75 per cent, for the Economics (Honours) and B.Com (Honours).
LSR set its B.Com (Honours) cut-off on par with SRCC at 97.75 per cent.
Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College Surprise Cut Off
Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College threw a little surprise and it scores such an excellent of 98.25 per cent cut-off for Economics (Honours) and it also left behind the students of the sciences subject and the science students ultimate collection of marks is the highest 99.66 per cent cut-off for B.Sc. (Electronics).
In SGTB, for B.A. (Honours) English, it set a fortunate cut-off of 98.75 per cent, higher marks then rest of the college of the DU or Delhi University.
As in science courses, SGTB Khalsa raised the bar highest for arts as well with a 99 per cent cut-off for its B.A. (Political Science) course.
Cut-offs for courses in Hindi and Sanskrit (Honours) linger within an achievable 60-70 per cent for most colleges. 54,000 undergraduate seats of various Delhi University colleges have over 2.5 lakh online applications while the merit-based courses window is open since 13 June.
The second cut-off list of DU is all set to as per anticipation is to come out on 1st July 2017.