Delhi University declares first cut-off: Check all details hereLast updated on Jun 28, 2019, 09:34 am
The University of Delhi (DU) declared its first cut-off for admission in several undergraduate courses on Thursday night.
Students who wish to take admission in the prestigious university can visit the official website- du.ac.in, to check college-wise and subject-wise cut-offs. They can then start applying accordingly.
Based on the number of seats available, colleges will release a second or third cut-off list.
A step-by-step guide on how to check cut-offs
Like mentioned earlier, students who want to check cut-offs can visit the official website of DU.
On the main page, click on "Undergraduate Admissions" which will take you to another page.
For admission in Hindu, students need 99% marks
This time, Hindu college's cut-off was the highest. Only students who have scored a minimum of 99% marks can take admission in the college's Political Science (Honors) course.
In fact, Hindu college also set sky-high cut-offs for admission in science stream courses.
For taking admission in B.Sc. Physics (Honors) students need 98.3% marks, and for Statistics Honors and Mathematics, they need 97.75%.
LSR is asking for 98.75% for admission in BA Prog
Meanwhile, Dyal Singh College's 98.33% cut-off for admission in Computer Science and Daulat Ram College's 97.6% for Physics are also among the university's highest cut-offs.
For admission in journalism in DCAC, students require a minimum of 98.50% marks. Kirori Mal College has asked for 98.50% for admission in B.Com Honors.
LSR College demands 98.75% marks for admission in BA Prog and Psychology Honors.
Taking admissions in sought-after colleges won't be easy
Sri Guru Tej Bahadur Khalsa College set 98% cut-off for admission in B.Sc (Honors) Computer Science. Cut-offs for admission in Chemistry, Electronics, and Mathematics was set at 97%.
Hansraj College set 97.33% cut-off for admission in B.Sc (Honors) Physics.
Sri Venkateswara College is demanding 97.75% marks for admission in B.Sc. (Honors) Mathematics, whereas the cut-off for B.Sc. (Honors) Physics is 97.33%.