Delhi University Cut-Offs At 99% And Above For Top Undergrad Colleges
Delhi University announced its first cut-off list for undergraduate admission on Saturday with Lady Shri Ram College pegging the score at 100 per cent for three Honours courses. Lady Shri Ram College For Women has pegged 100 per cent score for three courses.
The Delhi University has announced its first cut-off list for undergraduate admission on Saturday with the Lady Shri Ram College pegging the score at 100 per cent for three Honours courses while the prestigious Shri Ram College of Commerce set two of its most well-known courses - Economics and BCom at 99 per cent and 99.5 per cent.
The Lady Shri Ram College For Women has pegged 100 per cent score for general category in BA (Hons) Economics, BA (Hons) Political Science and BA (Hons) Psychology. The cut-off lists dictate the minimum score in high-school tests required for admission to these colleges.
Hansraj College cut-off 2020
Hansraj College's cut-off for BCom (Hons) has risen a full percentage point to 99.25% in DU Cut off 2020. The Economics cut-off has increased by 0.25 points to 98.75%. The cut-off for English is up by 0.75 points, that for English by one point, and for Hindi, by four percentage points, from 86% to 90%.
SRCC College cut-off 2020
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) Commerce cut-off has risen from 98.5% in 2019 to 99.5%. The Economics cut-off has increased by just one mark (0.25 points) to 99%.
Kirori Mal College cut-off 2020
At Kirori Mal College, the highest cut-off in KMC for DU admission this year stood at 98.75% for BCom (Hons) while BA Economics (Hons) and B.Com (P) are 98.5% and 98%, respectively.
Aryabhatta College cut-off 2020
Aryabhatta College Economics cut-off has risen by two percentage points, from 96% last year to 98% in 2020; BCom (Honours) has gone up from 96% to 97.5%; Political Science cut-off has increased by as much as four points to 95%. English and Psychology cut-offs have similarly increased, by one and two points respectively.
Nearly 70,000 undergraduate seats are up for grabs with the admission process commencing from October 12. Officials of the university had said that cut-offs would be higher this year owing to more students scoring above 90 per cent marks in board examinations.
The admission process will be completely online due to the coronavirus pandemic. The new session will commence from November 18.