Delhi University has announced the first cut-off list for various programmes in different colleges. Since the colleges have to admit all students who fall within the announced cut-offs, colleges have erred on the side of caution and have announced slightly higher cut-offs.
The Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) affixed the cut-off for its B.Com (Honours) course at 100 percent for non-commerce aspirants. For B.A. Economics (Honours), the cut-off is 98.25 percent.
This year, Delhi University, one of India's premier varsities, did away with the application process for admission to its undergraduate courses. So the colleges declared the cut-offs on the basis of last year's marks.
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Hindu College's cut-off for B.Com (H) last year was 93.25 %. This year the minimum cut-off is 95.5. But don't let these figures fool you. The fourth cut-off list last year admitted students with 87%. However, some programmes such as the Hindu's Economics (Hons) always attracts students with highest percentages. Admissions closed by the second list with almost similar cut-offs. This was also the case with B.Com (H) at SRCC.
So those of you who have scored between 87% and 93% - do not lose heart. You might still get into one of the coveted colleges by the second or third lists. You might have to settle for B.com (H) instead of Economics (hons). So keep the sprits up. The cut-offs may go up by one or two percent for some pricy courses. But for the bulk of colleges and programmes, cut-offs will hover around the same figures as last year.