The cut off for BA Programme is 97 per cent for general students who belong to commerce stream, 96.5 for Science stream, and 95 for humanities students. In case of B Economics, the cut off is 98.5 per cent for general students belonging to the commerce stream, and 97.5 per cent each for both science and humanities stream students.
The cut off marks for BA English, as expected, is high and is 98.5 per cent for general students from commerce stream. There's not much relief for humanities students who should have 97.25 per cent and for science students who should have 98 per cent.
The cut off marks for B.Sc. courses have also gone above 95+ per cent.
The cut off for general category students for other courses are given below:
BA Mathematics - 97 (commerce and science), 96 (humanities)
BA History - 97.75 (commerce), 97 (science), 96 (humanities)
BA Philosophy - 97 (commerce), 95.5 (science), 95 (humanities)
BA Sanskrit - 70 (for all streams)
B.Sc. Chemistry - 96.33 (PCM)
B.Sc. Physics - 96.66 (PCM)
B.Sc. Programme (PCM) - 95 (PCM)
B.Sc. Programme (maths, Physics, Computer Science) - 95.66 (PCM or Physics, comp. sc., and maths)
Except Sanskrit, where students had to secure 80 per cent marks last year, the cut offs have gone up or down by a few points this year.
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Though the college is a constituent college of Delhi University, being a minority institution, it conducts admissions through a separate application and selection process.
Since its cut off lists has been released, the college will now start the interview process for the admission in to various courses. The interview list will be published on June 15. The college will also conduct an aptitude test for students who are shortlisted for interview.
(With Inputs from Agencies)
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