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DU First Cut Off List 2013 Delhi University Cut Off Declared

FIRST CUTOUT LIST 2013  (PDF)

Admission to the new four year undergraduate programme would not be an easy task for aspiring candidates as the first cut-off list announced by Delhi University (DU) tonight nearly touched the 100 per cent mark with two colleges putting the ceiling at 99.75 per cent.

As expected, the cut off was extremely high considering the record of over 2.5 lakh applications accepted this year by the university.

Both Hindu College and Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science have kept their cut off in the bracket of 96.75-99.75 and 97-99.75 for Commerce and B.Tech courses respectively.

Last year Hindu College was the front runner among DU colleges for having a high cut off range of 96.25 to 99.25 per cent.

Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), one of the most coveted institutions of the varsity, that had sparked much debate in 2011 by putting its first cut off ceiling at 100 per cent, chose to keep its cut off for Commerce and Economics at 97 and 97.5 respectively.

Students aspiring to study Commerce as their major will have to fight a tough competition to get admission into their college of choice as almost all of them kept a high range of cut off for the subject.

The commerce cut offs for almost all colleges were above 90 per cent with Hansraj having a cut off range at 96.75-98.75, Lady Shri Ram College at 97.75-98.75, Shaheed Bhagat Singh at 96-99 and Sri Venkateswara at 96.75.

For the coveted Economics course, Hindu has put its cut off at 97.5 per cent, while LSR declared a cut off of 97.75 per cent.

Other high cut offs were of Hansraj (97.25), Miranda House (96.5-97), Kirorimal (95.5-98.5) and Ramjas (94.5-97.5).

English and Journalism courses, admissions for which were carried out through common entrance tests until this year, also saw a high cut off.

Both Hindu College and Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science have kept their cut off in the bracket of 96.75-99.75 and 97-99.75 for Commerce and B.Tech courses respectively.

Last year Hindu College was the front runner among DU colleges for having a high cut off range of 96.25 to 99.25 per cent.

Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), one of the most coveted institutions of the varsity, that had sparked much debate in 2011 by putting its first cut off ceiling at 100 per cent, chose to keep its cut off for Commerce and Economics at 97 and 97.5 respectively.

Students aspiring to study Commerce as their major will have to fight a tough competition to get admission into their college of choice as almost all of them kept a high range of cut off for the subject.

The commerce cut offs for almost all colleges were above 90 per cent with Hansraj having a cut off range at 96.75-98.75, Lady Shri Ram College at 97.75-98.75, Shaheed Bhagat Singh at 96-99 and Sri Venkateswara at 96.75.

For the coveted Economics course, Hindu has put its cut off at 97.5 per cent, while LSR declared a cut off of 97.75 per cent.

Other high cut offs were of Hansraj (97.25), Miranda House (96.5-97), Kirorimal (95.5-98.5) and Ramjas (94.5-97.5).

English and Journalism courses, admissions for which were carried out through common entrance tests until this year, also saw a high cut off.

FIRST CUTOUT LIST 2013  (PDF) Admission to the new four year undergraduate programme would not be an easy task for aspiring candidates as the first cut-off list announced by Delhi University (DU) tonight nearly touched the 100 per cent mark with two colleges putting the ceiling at 99.75 per cent. As expected, the cut off was extremely high considering the record of over 2.5 lakh applications accepted this year by the university. Both Hindu College and Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science have kept their cut off in the bracket of 96.75-99.75 and 97-99.75 for Commerce and B.Tech courses respectively. Last…

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