Delhi University announces first cut-off list

Delhi University admissions: First cut off list for UG courses to be released today

There has been a seemingly marginal dip in the cut off percentage this year which has come as a sigh of relief for the students.

Those who tidy the cut up of specific schools, will be qualified for admission to UG courses at these universities.

Many top colleges of the Delhi University have recorded a dip in their cut-off for admissions in most courses. There is a four days time window for verification and admission until 28th June.

Cut-offs of Hansraj College, Sri Aurobindo and Maharaja Agrasen College largely remained the same as previous year.

At Miranda House, admissions for B.A. (Hons.) Economics opened at 97.75% and closed at 96%. SC students need 92.00% for B.Com. and 95.00% for BAA Economics.

The highest was 99.66 per cent for BSc (Hons) Electronics in SGTB Khalsa College. Economics (hons) cut off is 1% lesser and stands at 97.5%.

"Take admission in a course of your choice". For English (H), the cutoff remained same as past year at 97 per cent. "So, even if one settles for a college one doesn't want, they can always shift once the other cut-off lists are out", said Pragya Singh, a B.A. (Hons.) psychology student at Gargi College. Science stream offered are Chemistry (hons) with 97.33% cut off and Physics (hons) with 97% cut off. Daulat Ram College has raised cut off for English (Hons) to 97%, and for BA to 91%.

This year the cut off for B.Com. Maharaja Agrasen has also published first cut off. The cut off required by a general candidate for admisison to BA Economics (Honors) is same as B.Com. A large number of eligible and interested candidates applied for the admissions into the university. There are around 54000 seats to which admissions are done in June-August.

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. Undoubtedly cut offs do go high in first list. The confirmation procedure in schools - in light of this cut-off list will begin - from June 24, 2017.

Class 12 Board exam mark sheet.

There are 2000 additional seats this time because new courses have been introduced. It is important to take an informed and wise decision as it decides career options and paves way for a bright future. The merit list shows that there is not much increase in the cutoff marks.

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