Highlights | DU’s 1st admission cut-off list released, admissions from Saturday
The Delhi University is announcing its first cut-off list for undergraduate courses. Catch live updates here:education Updated: Jul 11, 2017 17:28 IST
The Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) on Friday announced its cut-offs for B.Com. (Honours) and B.A. (Honours) Economics at 97.75% for the current academic session.
The premier college for commerce brought down the cut-off fractionally for both the courses from last year. Last year, it had set its cut-off at 98% for B.Com (Honours) and 98.25% for B.A. (Honours) Economics.
Other colleges have also announced their cut-offs. The admission process will start on Saturday.
Here are live updates on the cut-off list:
11.05pm: The admission process will be held on Saturday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Monday is a holiday on account of Eid.
11pm: The Delhi University’s first admission cut-off list has been released.
10.30pm: Officials compiling cutoff list. Complete list expected by 11pm.
9pm: A university official said the dip in cutoffs could be because of comparatively bad results of state boards, such as Uttar Pradesh Board and Bihar Board.
“Some of the state boards such as UP, Bihar and Punjab Board results are not as good as last year. Some of the state boards did not do moderation so there result wasn’t good. Our cutoffs are dependent on scores by students who come from state boards and not just CBSE,” the official said.
8.01pm: Lady Shri Ram College for Women:
Economics (hons)- 97.5%
English (hons)- 98%
History (hons)- 96.5%
Political science (hons)-97.5%
BCom (hons)- 97.25%
BA (hons) Sanskrit has the lowest cuoff score at 65%. BA programme cutoff drops by 1.5 percentage point to 95.5%
8pm: Sri Aurobindo College:
Sri Aurobindo College kept its cutoff similar to last year. English (hons) remained same as last year at 92%. B.Com (hons) at 95%. Hindi (hons) saw a dip of 2 percentage points and fell to 74%. BA programme was at 83%.
7.16pm: Kirori Mal College:
Cutoff for Physics (Hons) down from 98% last year to 96%. Political Science up to 97%.
7.15pm: Daulat Ram College:
At Daulat Ram College some subjects reported a rise in cutoff –English (hons) is available at 97% as compared to last year’s 96.25%. BA Programme cutoff increased to 91% from 2016’s 89.5%.
But other subjects, including Economics , History and Political Science, B.Com, and B.Com (hons) saw a dip ranging from 0.25-1 percentage points.
B.Com was at 96%, B.Com (hons) at 96.5%, and Economics (hons) at 96.5% at the college.
7pm: Hans Raj College:
The trend of cutoffs going lower continued at Hans Raj College also where most subjects either remained at the same mark as last year or saw a a dip of 0.25-1 percentage points.
The college kept the cutoff for Economics (hons) at 97.25% and B.Com (hons) at 97.5%. For English (hons) the cutoff remained same as last year at 97%.
Only BA Programme saw a rise in cutoff. The subject was available at 97% as compared to last year’s 96%.
The cutoff for Science subjects remained almost same. Chemistry (hons) was at 97.33% and Physics (hons) was at 97% -- both same as last year.
6.30pm: Maharaja Agrasen:
Courses, other than BA programme, see a dip of 1-3 percentage points in cutoffs. BCom (Hons) down to 95%.
-- Ramjas College 1st cutoff:
At Ramjas College, most of the subjects saw a dip between 0.25-2 percentage points in cutoff compared to last year.
B.Com (hons) was at 97.5%, a dip of 1.75 percentage points from last year’s 99.25%. Economics (hons) was at 97.5% as compared to last year’s 98.5%.
English (hons) is at 96.5% and History (hons) at 97%. Science subjects also saw a dip in cutoff with Chemistry (hons) at 96%, going down by 2 percentage points from last year’s 98%, said Ramjas acting principal PC Tulsian.
Eco: 97.5%; English: 96.5%; B.Com (hons): 97.5%. Dip by 0.25-2 percentage points in most subjects.
-- SRCC 1st cutoff: Economics and B.Com (hons) at 97.75%. Drop of 0.25 percentage point for Commerce and 0.50 percentage point for Economics from 2016.
First Published: Jun 23, 2017 19:02 IST