Marginal increase in the cut offs, B.Com (Hons) and Eco (Hons) remain the most sought after courses
Jasleen Kaur | June 22, 2010
The wait is finally over for thousands of students competing for 54,000 seats in the Delhi University as it announced the first cut off list for admissions to various undergraduate courses for the academic session 2010-11, on late Monday evening. There is a marginal change in the cut off as compared to last year’s.
The highest cut off is for two most sought after courses – B.Com (Hons) and Eco(Hons).
According to the list, the minimum marks required for admission in B Com (Hons) in Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) ranges between 95.25 to 98.75 percent, in Kirorimal College it is 95.5 percent and in Hansraj it ranges between 95 to 97 per cent. In south campus colleges like Lady Sri Ram (LSR) and Sri Venkateshwar the cut off for B Com (Hons) is at 95 per cent and in Kamla Nehru it is between 92 to 96 per cent.
While in Economics (Honours), another popular course among students, the cut-off marks were highest in Lady Sriram College, Hansraj and Hindu college. The minimum marks required to take admission in Eco (Hons) in LSR is 95.25 percent. And in Hindu and Hansraj college it ranges between 93 to 96.74 and 93.25 to 95.25 percent.
The admission in the affiliated colleges based on the first cut ff list will start from Tuesday and will continue till Friday. The second cut off list is expected to be out next week.
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