Delhi University
Source: The Hindustan times
The Delhi University’s cut-offs for the admission of session 2021-22 are quite high. Once again, Delhi University’s in news due to its sky-high cut-offs. And, the Du aspirants 2021 are quite tensed because of these high cut-offs. Where even off-campus colleges also have 95% and above as their cut-offs.
More than 9 courses at the University of Delhi have 100% cut-offs. However, all is not yet lost for students with marks below 90% marks. There are quite a few courses and colleges having cut-offs below 90% from north, south, and off-campus colleges.
 
Before checking out the cut-offs you must know to calculate your best 4 scores. This does not include your total percentage but the percentage from the best 4 subjects. The students must keep their language subject along with the other top 3 preferred subjects of class 12. But for few subjects having that subject in your class 12 is compulsory like Mathematics (H). If not then marks shall be deducted from your overall best 4 percentage in class 12.
 
The DU aspirants must keep an eye on the evening colleges. The evening colleges are similar to other morning colleges and have the same course and curriculum structure. Both the evening and morning colleges have societies and all the festivals and events similarly.
It’s just that they are quite underrated especially the evening colleges. However, the reality remains that both the colleges are quite similar. The faculty teachers and other staff members are similar to the morning colleges. Especially in the online classes, the whole structure is quite similar to the morning college students.
It’s just that there’s a hoax in student’s minds about morning and evening colleges. However, in the end, both the students from evening and morning colleges get the same degree.
 
 
  • Aditi Mahavidyalaya
 
BA (H) Geography – 80%
BA (H) Hindi Patrakarita – 72%
BA (H) Social Work – 84%
BCom – 87%
 
  • Acharya Narendra Dev College
 
B.Sc (Prog.) Physical Science with Electronic – 89%
 
  • Bhagini Nivedita College
BSc (Prog.) Physical Science with Chemistry – 80%
BSc (Prog.) Physical Science with Computer – 80%
BSc (H) Home Science – 86%
BSc (H) Physics – 87%
BA (H) History – 80%
BA (H) Hindi – 72%
BA (H) Political Science – 80%
  • Bharati College
BA (H) Hindi – 78%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 70%
 
  • College of Vocational Studies
 
BA (H) Hindi – 82%
BA (Vocational Studies) Management and Marketing of Insurance – 88.50%
BA (Vocational Studies) Material Management – 86.50%
BA (Vocational Studies) Small and Medium Enterprises – 86.50%
BA (Vocational Studies) Office Management and Secretarial Practice – 87%
 
  • Deshbandhu College
 
BSc Applied Physical Sciences with Industrial Chemistry – 89%
BA (H) Hindi – 82%
 
  • Institute of Home Economic
 
BSc (Pass) Home Science – 83.50%
BSc (H) Home Science – 83.50%
 
  • Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women (W)
 
BSc (H) Electronics – 85%
BSc (H) Instrumentation – 87%
 
  • Daulat Ram College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 87%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 67%
 
  • Department of Germanic and Romance Studies
 
BA (H) Italian – 85%
BA (H) Spanish – 86%
BA (H) French – 87.50%
BA (H) German – 87.50%
 
 
  • Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 86%
BA (H) Hindi Patrikarita – 89%
 
  • Dyal Singh College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 85%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 70%
BA (H) Punjabi – 70%
BA (H) Urdu – 70%
 
  • Gargi College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 88%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 68%
 
  • Hansraj College
 
BA (H) Sanskrit – 80%
 
  • Hindu College
 
B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit – 82%
 
  • Indraprastha College for Women
 
BA (H) Hindi – 87.50%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 75%
 
  • Janki Devi Memorial College
 
BA (H Sanskrit – 45%
BA (H) Hindi – 88%
 
  • Kalindi College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 87%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 45%
 
  • Kamala Nehru College
 
BA.(H) Sanskrit – 70%
BA (H) Hindi – 83%
 
  • Kirori Mal College
 
BA (H) Sanskrit – 85%
BA (H) Urdu – 85%
 
  • Lady Shri Ram College for Women
 
BA (H) Sanskrit – 75%
 
  • Lakshmibai College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 84%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 58%
BA (H) Philosophy – 87%
 
 
  • Maitreyi College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 82%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 65%
 
  • Mata Sundri College for Women
 
BA (H) Punjabi – 62%
BA (H) Philosophy – 85%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 59%
 
  • Miranda House
 
BA (H) Bengali – 70%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 78%
 
  • Motilal Nehru College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 84%
BA (H) Sanskrit -60%
 
  • Motilal Nehru College (Evening)
 
BA (H) Hindi – 80%
 
  • PGDAV College
 
BA (H) Sanskrit – 72%
 
  • PGDAV College (Evening)
 
BA (H) Hindi – 78%
BA (H) – 65%
BA (H) Political Science – 88.50%
 
  • Rajdhani College
 
BA (H) Sanskrit – 80%
 
  • Ram Lal Anand College
 
BA (H) Hindi Patrakarita – 86%
BA (H) Hindi – 84%
 
  • Ramanujan College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 88%
 
  • Ramjas College
 
BA (H) Sanskrit – 80%
 
  • Satyawati College
 
BA (H) Urdu – 70%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 62%
 
  • Satyawati College (Evening)
 
BA (H) Hindi – 89%
 
  • Shivaji College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 87%
 
  • Shaheed Bhagat Singh College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 88%
 
  • Shyama Prasad Mukherji College For Women
 
BA (H) Hindi – 80%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 55%
BA (H) Philosophy – 86%
 
  • Sri Aurobindo College
 
BA (H) Hindi – 88%
 
  • Sri Aurobindo College (evening)
 
BA (H) Hindi – 78%
 
  • Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
 
BA (H) Punjabi – 65%
 
  • Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
 
BA (H) Punjabi – 70%
 
  • Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College
 
BA (H) Punjabi – 70%
 
  • Zakir Husain Delhi College
 
BA (H) Arabic – 79%
BA (H) Persian – 68%
BA (H) Bengali – 67%
BA (H) Urdu – 78%
BA (H) Hindi – 88%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 70%
 
  • Zakir Husain Delhi College (Evening)
 
BA (H) Hindi – 80%
BA (H) History – 89%
BA (H) Persian – 65%
BA (H) Sanskrit – 60%
BA (H) Urdu – 60%

DU CUT OFFS 2021: ANALYSIS

 
These were some of the courses and colleges with low cut-offs. The competition for admission in the session 2021-22 is quite high. And after releasing the first cut-offs the students have realized the competition by far. But if you want to be part of Delhi University you can join the above-mentioned colleges.
 
Every year the Delhi University’s cut-off touches the sky with 100%. And each year the cut-offs keep on increasing nut this year the cut-offs have increased significantly. As compared to the last year there’s been at least 4% and more increase in the cut-offs. Even off-campus colleges have as high as 95% cut-offs. And the whole DU cut-offs depend on CBSE’s results and this year due to internal markings.
Many students have got very good marks and as result, the whole Du cut-offs have increased. And that too very drastically but the students can take admission in few courses and colleges with low cut-offs. The courses with 100% cut offs includes B.com (H), Economics (H), Psychology, computer sciences, and Political Sciences.

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However many students who were from other boards found this injustice towards them. As their boards used other available options or even conducted the offline exams as compared to the CBSE board.

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