Delhi University offers seats to around 70000 students. This year, 70,000 have scored more than 95 percent in their board exams. So, DU will release a higher cut-off list than last year for DU admission 2021. Although the expected range of cut-offs depends upon the number of students applying in the varsity. So, Delhi University will get to know this range after students start applying. The varsity will begin the admissions for undergraduate courses from tomorrow, i.e., 2nd August.
Anju Srivastava is the Principal of Hindu College. She said that the varsity will rely upon the scores of CBSE, ICSE, and state boards. The principal said that because of a higher number of students, Delhi University will keep the standards of cut-off high. If more students apply for admission and they are eligible to get one, the varsity has no other choice but to grant admission to them.
Table of Contents
- 1 DU ADMISSIONS 2021: LIST OF DOCUMENTS THE ASPIRANTS NEED FOR APPLYING
- 2 DU CUT-OFF WILL BE HIGH, MANY STUDENTS SCORES ABOVE 95%
OPINION OF HANSRAJ COLLEGE PRINCIPAL FOR DU ADMISSION 2021
Rama Sharma is the Principal of Hansraj College. She said that she won’t pass any other until she analyzes the full data. The principal for DU admission 2021 said that the cut-off would be comparatively high than last year. But, she is not sure with how much percent the cut-off would increase and for which course. For some of the popular courses like BA English Honours, Political Science Honours, and B.Com. Honors, the cut-off list will be high.
LSR RELEASED A 100 PERCENT CUT OFF LAST YEAR
Manoj Sinha is the Principal of Aryabhatta College. He said that he cannot imagine the exact picture of DU admission 2021, but the cut-off for the courses would be comparatively high. The admission dean, Rajeev Gupta said that DU would release the cut-off for LSR from 8-10 September. Moreover, LSR has already pegged a 100 percent cut-off for three subjects last year.
STUDENTS SCORING 100 FOR DU ADMISSION 2021
Because of the higher number of students scoring more than ninety-five percent marks, it is already under prediction that the cut-off list would be high. But the admission committees of respected colleges have not passed any official statement regarding the same. Many students score 100 marks in subjects. The varsity considers the best four percentage. Moreover, some students opt for other universities by clearing NEET and JEE exams. CBSE has even given an option to the students that if they are not satisfied with their results, they can opt for physical exams as well. The board may not release their mark sheets now. So, DU will give them adequate chance for uploading the mark sheets.