Delhi University Admission 2017: RCC releases first cut off,check at du

Violet Tucker
June 25, 2017

However, the cut-off for many courses like BSc (Hons) Chemistry, Physics and BA (Hons) Psychology remained the same as a year ago.

The highest cut-off was marked at 99.66 per cent for BSc (Hons) Electronics in SGTB Khalsa College.

Delhi University was established in the year 1922.

Explaining the surge in the Humanities cut-off, he said, "This was predictable as most of the top scorers across the boards are from Humanities". At Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), admissions for B.A. (Hons.) Economics opened at 98.25% and closed at 97.25%. This was slightly lower for both the subjects from a year ago which was 98 and 98.25 percent respectively.

While students who have aced the exam are likely to feature in the first list, the average percentage of cut-offs, which is at least 95 per cent, is a hindrance for the ones who missed the target by a whisker. Last year, the college had released four lists with the last cut-off list being at around 97.25 percent.

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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.

SRCC announces first cut-off with B.Com (Hons) and Eco (Hons) at 97.75 per cent, a dip for both subjects. Only BA programme saw a rise in cutoff with 97 per cent as compared to last year's 96 per cent. D G Ruparel College has a cutoff of 90.46 percent which is slightly higher than the past year. "This year, we tried to set a very realistic cut-off, as last year we could not admit many students in the first cut-off list", said Ramjas Principal PC Tulsian. While for B.Com (H), there is a dip of 0.25 percentage points from last year's 98 per cent, for Eco (H), the dip is of 0.50 percentage points from 98.25 per cent in 2016.

This is the first time that not even a single candidate got enrolled on the first day of admission for the University of Delhi, which has 63 colleges affiliated to it.

More than 2,50,000 candidates have applied for around 55,000 seats across the colleges in the university. Aspirants can always shift once the other cut-off lists are announced.

How to Check the Delhi University 1st Cut-off List? The notification says that verification of documents and approval for admissions will be done between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm for morning colleges and 4 pm to 7 pm for evening colleges.

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