DU Cut Off 2021: Delhi University (DU) has issued the first cutoff list for admission to graduate programmes, which comprises at least 6 institutions, including SRCC and Hindu College, where many courses (DU Cut Off 2021) have a 100% cutoff.
In Economics (Hons) and B.Com (Hons), Hindu College and Ramjas College in Political Science (Honours), Hindu College and SGTB Khalsa College in B.Com, Hansraj College and Deen Dayal Upadhyay College in Computer Science (Honours), and Jesus and Mary College in Computer Science (Honours), DU affiliated Shri Ram College of Commerce has announced a 100 percent cut off (100 percent cut off) in Psychology (Hon)
100% cut off
According to principals of Delhi University affiliated institutions, this year's cutoff is expected to be higher than last year's since more than 70 thousand students received more than 95 percent in the CBSE's 12th board test. Lady Shri Ram College announced the 100 percent cutoff for BA (Hons) in three courses: Economics, Political Science, and Psychology in the year 2020.
The process of application in colleges affiliated with Delhi University will start on October 4. This year around 2.87 lakh students registered for admission in various graduation courses of Delhi University which is less than 3.53 lakh applications last year. Most of these candidates are also from the CBSE board.
Hansraj College cutoff 100%
Hansraj College released the first cut-off list for the year 2021. This year the cutoff for Computer Science (Hons) is 100%. After this, the cutoff for Economics (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) stood at 99.75 percent.
Kirori Mal College released the first cut off
Kirori Mal College, one of the few colleges on the North Campus of the university, has also released the first cutoff list. The highest cutoff is 99.75 percent for Political Science (Hons), B.Com (Hons), B.Com and Maths (Hons).
Ramanujan College has the highest cutoff this year at 99 percent for BA (Hons) followed by 98.5 per cent for BCom (Hons). The cutoff for BSc Honors Statistics, BSc Honors Mathematics, BSc (Hons) Computer Science and BA (Hons) Economics is 98 per cent.
Students securing 100% marks will be eligible to study Psychology at Jesus and Mary College. The college has set the highest cutoff i.e. 100 percentile for BA (Hons) Psychology programme.