DU Cut Off 2021: DU publishes the first list of end-of-study course limits, See details


FROM Cutoff 2021: The University of Delhi (DU) has published the first cut list for admission to graduate programs, which includes at least 6 institutions, including SRCC and Hindu College, where many courses (DU Cut Off 2021) have a threshold of 100%.

In Economics (Hons) and B.Com (Hons), Hindu College and Ramjas College in Political Science (Honors), Hindu College and SGTB Khalsa College in B.Com, Hansraj College and Deen Dayal Upadhyay College in Computer Science (Honors), and Jesus and Mary College in Computer Science (Honors), Shri Ram College of Commerce, affiliated with DU, announced a 100 percent (100 percent) cut in psychology (Hon)

100% cut
According to the directors of the affiliated institutions of the University of Delhi, this year’s threshold is expected to be higher than last year, as more than 70,000 students have received more than 95% of the 12th CBSE test. Lady Shri Ram College announced the 100% threshold for BA (Hons) in three courses: Economics, Political Science and Psychology in 2020.

The application process at the colleges affiliated with the University of Delhi will begin on October 4. This year, around 2.87 Lakh students have registered for admission to various graduation courses at University of Delhi, which is less than 3.53 Lakh applications last year. Most of these candidates are also from the board of directors of the CBSE.

Hansraj College Threshold 100%

Hansraj College has published the first cut-off list for the year 2021. This year, the cut-off for Computing (Hons) is 100%. After that, the threshold for Economy (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) stood at 99.75 percent.

Kirori Mal College released the first clipping

Kirori Mal College, one of the few colleges on the university’s north campus, also released the first cut list. The highest threshold is 99.75% for Political Science (Hons), B.Com (Hons), B.Com and Maths (Hons).

Ramanujan College

Ramanujan College has the highest cut rate this year at 99% for BA (Hons) followed by 98.5% for BCom (Hons). The threshold for BSc Honors Statistics, BSc Honors Mathematics, BSc (Hons) Computer Science and BA (Hons) Economics is 98 percent.

Students achieving 100% marks will be eligible to study Psychology at Jesus and Mary College. The college set the highest threshold, i.e. the 100 percentile, for the BA (Hons) psychology program.

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