Delhi University has released the first cut-off for the academic session 2017-18 for the undergraduate course and this year there is a he relief for the students as there has been marginal dip in the cut off percentage as compared to last year but still the first cut-off list is not for the students who have scored less than 90 percent and wish to take admission into any of the top colleges or top courses of the university.
SRCC released its cut off for both B.Com. (Honors) and BA Economics (Honors) and was set at 97.75%. Students who have scored less than 90 percent in class 12 board exams and are seeking admissions to B.Com. (Honors) and BA Economics (Honors) will have to wait till second and third cut off lists make their way out.
As far as B.Com is concerned there is not a single college under DU University which has set its cut off below 90. For the same program, the highest cut-off was set by SGTB Khalsa College which is 98.25% which is followed by the SRCC with 97.75% and Ramjas with 97.5%.
For general B.Com, the situation is similar. For the same he cut-off at SGBT Khalsa college is 98.25%, at Sri Venkateswara college is 96.5%, at Maitreyi and Mata Sundari Colleges, it is 95% and at Ramjas it is 96.5%. For Bhagini Nivedita college and Aditi Mahavidyalaya cut offs are 88% and 86.5 % respectively.
BA Honors (Economics) cut off
- SGTB Khalsa college - 98.25%
- Shivaji college - 98%
- SRCC- 97.75%
- Hindu College, Kirorimal College, Gargi College and Lady Shri Ram College - 97.5%
- Hans Raj College- 97.25%