Written byRamya Patelkhana ·
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) is one of the most popular undergraduate courses among commerce stream students in the country.
The University of Delhi, one of the most renowned universities in India, offers a range of courses in various streams but Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) remains one of the most sought-after courses.
Here are 5 top colleges under Delhi University to pursue BCom (Hons.) from.
The Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), founded in 1926, is one of the best commerce colleges in India.
Admission to BCom (Hons.) is merit-based and depends on the applicant's Class-12 percentage; SRCC releases cut-off lists until seats are filled.
For the 2018-19 academic year, the first cut-off (General Category) for BCom (Hons.) was 97.75%. The expected cut-off for this year is 97.375%.
Lady Shri Ram College for Women, established in 1956, is another top-ranking college under the Delhi University for BCom (Hons.).
Students are selected for admission on the basis of the cut-offs released by the college.
Last year, the first cut-off for BCom (Hons.) at the college was 97.25% for General category students. For this year, the first cut-off is expected to be 98%.
Next on the list is Hansraj College, which is also among the most popular DU colleges for BCom (Hons.). The college was established in 1948.
At Hansraj too, students are admitted to the BCom (Hons.) programme if their Class-12 percentage falls in the cut-off lists released.
Last year, the first cut-off for BCom (Hons.) was 97.5%. The expected first cut-off for 2019-20 is 97.25%.
Hindu College is also well-known for its BCom (Hons.) programme. The prestigious college is one of the oldest under Delhi University; it was founded in 1899.
Admission to courses at Hindu College is also merit-based done on the basis of candidates' Class-12 percentage.
For 2018-19, the first cut-off for BCom (Hons.) was 97.5%. The first cut-off for this year is expected to be 97.25%.
Sri Venkateswara College (SVC) is another popular college under the Delhi University for pursuing BCom (Hons.). The college was founded in 1961; it is located in the South Campus.
Admission at this college is also done through the cut-off system.
The first cut-off for 2018-19 for BCom (Hons.) at the college was 97.5%. The expected first cut-off for this academic year is 96.5%.
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