Anomaly rise in cutoff's have kept the students worried as they wish
to take admissions in the nation's prestigious Delhi University.
In Ramjas college, Delhi, the extra high cutoff's
have failed to attract student's attention as only 27 registered for admissions
on Day 1. This year the cut offs at Ramjas College is as follows: For B.A: 94
per cent, B.A (Hons) English: 97.5 per cent, B.A (Hons) Hindi: 91 per cent, B.A
(Hons) Political Science: 98 per cent, B.A (Hons) History: 97.5 per cent, B.A
(Hons) Sanskrit: 77 per cent, B.Sc (Hons) Botany: 93 per cent, B.Sc (Hons)
Chemistry: 98 per cent, B.Sc (Hons) Math: 98.5 per cent, B.Sc (Hons) Physics:
97.66 per cent and B.Sc (Hons) Statistics: 98.5 per cent.
Candidates who wish to take admissions need to
score above the mentioned percentage of the best of four, for the respective
courses. Apart from the worries of high cutoff's the students were also facing
difficulty while uploading admissions slips, leading to a website crash on day
one of the admissions. This creates chaos in the college premises as every
student wanted to secure a seat in the respective discipline. The technical
team later solved the issue of the portal which was a sigh of relief for the
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