First cut-off list of Delhi University Out

Delhi University Admission 2017 First cut-off list to be out today

Its cut offs for admission to Economics (hons), B.Com (hons), Engilsh (hons) are 97.25%, 97.5%, 97%. This time though the college has lowered the cut-off by 1.75 percentage points for B Com (Hons), to 97.5 per cent. They can either take admission in colleges where they meet the cut-off or wait for the next list. The admissions for the University and the affiliated colleges will depend upon the score obtained by the student.

Among colleges offering journalism course, LSR set the highest cut-off of 98 percent, followed by Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) with 97 percent. SRCC is one of the reputed and top ranked commerce colleges in the country and for the last couple of years the college has been in lime light for setting unusually high cut-off of 100 percent for the BCom Honors. Both the subjects witnessed a drop of 1.75 percent and 1 per cent respectively from a year ago. At Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), admissions for B.A. (Hons.) Economics opened at 98.25% and closed at 97.25%.

At Kirori Mal College (KMC), cutoff for Physics (Hons) has gone down from 98% previous year to 96%, whereas Political Science is up to 97%. The institutes struggled to fill the seats previous year when the second list was released.

According to the reports, the varsity has received almost 2.2 lakh applicants to fill in 56,000 seats in 63 colleges. "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 admissions on basis of the first cut-off list, as announced by colleges, will be done between June 24 and June 28. The timings for morning college will be 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and for evening college will be 4 pm to 7 pm. "It is better to be on the safe side and take admission in a college where you make it in the first cut-off".

The principal of R A Podar College, Sobhana Vasudevan says that B.Com is still the popular course.

It left behind others when it came to sciences with the highest 99.66 per cent cut-off for B.Sc. (Electronics).

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