Delhi University has released its first cut-off list for admission in undergraduate courses. This year DU cut offs for several colleges are at 100% for different courses. Taking admission to popular courses is a hard way for students.
In the first cutoff list, 9 courses opened with a cent percent cutoff by prominent colleges. Admission against the first cutoff list will be from 4th October. On the soaring mark of DU cutoffs colleges, principals take it as a precautionary measure to avoid excessive admission. As last year colleges had to admit students more than the available seats.
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LIST OF COLLEGES AND COURSES WITH 100% CUT OFFS
- Shri Ram College of Commerce- B.A(Hons.) Economics and B.com(Hons.)
- Hindu College- political science(Hons.), B.com(Hons.)
- Ramjas College- political science(Hons.), BA program, Physics(Hons.)
- SGTB Khalsa College- B.Com Program
- Hansraj College- computer science(Hons.)
- DDUC- Computer science(Hons.)
- Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies- Computer science(Hons.)
- Jesus and Mary College- B.A(Hons.)Psychology
Apart from this, other colleges have also marked their cutoffs for courses like economics, political science, B.com above 98%. Some of the colleges are having cutoffs at 99.75%, 99.5% for popular courses.
WHY DU CUTOFFS ARE 100%?
Around 10,000 students are having a 100% score who have applied for admission to DU. So, to avoid over admission, cutoffs are at 100% for our popular courses, said Ramjas college principal.
Hem Chand Jain, principal of DDU college. He said that nearly 1250 students have 100% scores in their best of four including computer science. He further added that last year they had to admit 250 students against 50 seats in a BA program combination. Hence, Hansraj college and DDUC have a cent-percent cutoff for BSc(Hons.)computer science. Moreover, there is no first come first serve policy in DU admission.
Dr. Jaswinder Singh, principal of SGTB Khalsa College. He said that there are 6600 students having cent percent marks in the best of four. In which the majority of them do not have mathematics. So, they could not apply for economics(Hons.) and B.com(Hons) and would apply for the B.Com program. As few of the DU colleges offer the B.Com program so, we have a 100% cutoff.
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