Ground Report | New Delhi: DU first Cut Off; The first cut-off list of Delhi University colleges shows that nothing less than the maximum is required who want guaranteed admission in few courses. Ten courses have their cutoffs pegged at 100 compared to the last year which was only three.
Eight Delhi University colleges, including SRCC, Hindu, Ramjas, Hansraj and Khalsa, announced 100 per cent cut offs for admissions to 10 undergraduate courses, while the first cut off marks for a few courses in some colleges increased by six to seven per cent as compared to last year.
SRCC has demanded cent per cent marks for admission to BA (Hons) Economics and BCom (Hons). Last year the college had pegged the cut-off for BA (Hons)Economics at 99 per cent and for BCom (Hons) at 99.50 per cent. Jesus and Mary College (JMC) has pegged the cut-off for BA (Hons) Psychology at 100 per cent for those who do not include the subject while calculating their best of four (BFS) percentage. The cut-off for students who will include the subject in their BFS marks is 99 per cent. (DU first Cut Off)
To get into BSc (Hons) Computer Science at Hansraj College, a student requires cent per cent marks, a significant increase from last year when 97.25 per cent was needed to get into the course.
This year, Hindu College and Ramjas College have kept a perfect score of 100 per cent for getting into BA (Honours) Political Science. In 2020, the minimum marks required for admission to BA (Hons) Political Science at Hindu were just 0.50 per cent short of 100 per cent while at Ramjas College, the cut-off was 99 per cent. For getting into BCom at SGTB Khalsa College, students will this time need a 100 per cent score, a significant increase from last year when 96.5 per cent was required to be eligible for admission to the course.
Ramjas College has pegged the cut-off at 100 per cent for a combination of BA programmes under which a student can opt any of the two subjects (English/Hindi/Political Science/Economics/History/ Mathematics). Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies had pegged the cut-off at 97 per cent for BSc (Hons) Computer Science last year, but this time, it is 100 per cent. Same way, Deen Dayal Upadhayya College had a cut-off of 96 per cent for admissions to BSc(Hons) Computer Science last year and it is now 100 per cent. (DU first Cut Off)
- Hindu College – BA (H) Political Science
- Ramjas College – BA (H) Political Science & BSc (H) Physics
- SRCC – BA (H) Economics & BCom (H)
- SGTB Khalsa College – BCom
- DDU College – BSc (H) Computer Science
- Hansraj College – BSc (H) Computer Science
- SSCBS – BSc (H) Computer Science
- Jesus and Mary College – BA (Hons) Psychology
Students will start applying to colleges from October 4.