The admission process of the Delhi University (DU) started today after the colleges announced their first cut-offs on Friday night with most of them keeping the tab around the 97 per cent for commerce courses, set earlier in the day by the SRCC. According to media reports, this time there has been a seemingly marginal dip in the cut off percentage, which has come as a sigh of relief for the students.
Despite the marginal dip, one thing is clear that the first cut off list is not for students who didn’t manage to score above 90 per cent and are hoping to take admission in any of the top courses or colleges or both.
According to a report of The Hindu, as conveyed by the Delhi University (DU) officials, cut-offs have seen a dip as several boards that announced results before the CBSE had done away with the moderation policy.
This year, 63,247 students scored over 90% in the CBSE Class 12 Board examination while 10,091 scored above 95%, ensuring that the cut-offs stay high, reported The Hindu.
Last year, the Ramjas College had set the standards at 99.25 per cent for admission into B Com (honours), followed closely by SGTB Khalsa, with a cut-off of 99 per cent for admission into BSc (Honours ) in Electronics. While Ramjas College had a percentage requirement of 97.75 for BCom (Honours) last year, SGTB Khalsa college had pegged their cut-off at 96.33 per cent for BSc in Electronics.
Here’s the complete list of cut-offs of several Delhi University colleges:
Here’s what to do after seeing the cut-off list:
Applicants who meet the cut-off now need to log in to the DU portal to select the college and course they wish to take up. They will then need to take a printout of the admission form and visit the respective colleges for verification of mark sheets and other documents.