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Delhi University Admission 2017: First Cutoff See Dip In Ramjas, SRCC

DU UG Admission cut-off 2017 First list today all you should know Delhi University Admission 2017: First Cutoff See Dip In Ramjas, SRCC
Alfredo Watts | 25 June, 2017, 01:32

There was a considerable drop in the cut-offs of most courses, including English (Honours), B Com (H) and Economics (H), from past year.

Top 15 highest cut offs are observed in B.Com (H), Electronics, English, B.Com, Economics, Maths, Psychology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Journalism, BA, Political Science, History, Sociology.

As per The Hindu daily, as communicated by the Delhi University (DU) officials, cut-offs have seen a dip as several boards that announced results before the CBSE had done with somehow modern policy.

Selection of colleges/courses: If you meet the cut-off, log in to your registered account on the undergraduate admission portal and select the desired college/course. For admission to B Com (H) and Economics (H) students will require more than 97.5 per cent. A year ago we declared four cutoff list with the last being at around 97.25 %.

Delhi University is going digital with its admission process this year and the glitches is a cause of worry for the colleges, students and parents.

The college with the highest cut off a year ago had been Ramjas College with a 99.25 per cent cut off for BCom (honours) and was followed by SGTB Khalsa with BSc Electronics cut off at 99. Most of the courses have either have the same cut-off as the past year or have recorded a drop of 0.25-1 percentage points.

Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College threw a little surprise with a 98.25 percent cut-off for Economics (Honours).

Earlier on Friday, DU's reputed Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) had released its first cut-off list for Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) programmes for all categories including General, OBC, SC, ST, PwD and Kashmiri Migrant candidates. Both the subjects witnessed a drop of 1.75 percent and 1 per cent respectively from previous year. The institutes struggled to fill the seats past year when the second list was released. The second cut-off will be released on July 1, and the third cut-off will be released on July 7.

According to reports, the admission process for the DU first cut-off list 2017 will begin from June 24 to June 28.

Delhi University pulled as many as 2.2 Lakh applications for the fulfilment of 56,000 seats in different colleges in Commerce, Science and Arts.

The cut-off list for Humanities was slightly higher than Commerce and Science. This time Ramjas first cut off has lowered by 1.75% to is 97.5% for B.Com hons.