Previous year it was set at 99.25 per cent, this time though the college has lowered the cut-off by 1.75 percentage points for B Com (Hons).
Delhi University is going digital with its admission process this year and the glitches is a cause of worry for the colleges, students and parents. This was slightly lower for both the subjects from previous year which was 98 and 98.25 percent respectively. But in 2017, SGTB Khalsa College pulled the eye of students with the cut-off of 99.66% for the B.Sc (Electronics) and 99% for the course of BA (Pol. Science).
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Similarly cut-offs at Ramjas College also dropped for most subjects. A few subjects at Daulat Ram College saw a rise in cut-offs, with 97 per cent for English (Hons) and 91 per cent for BA programme from last year's 89.5 per cent. Both the subjects witnessed a drop of 1.75 percent and 1 per cent respectively from past year.
Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College threw a little surprise with a 98.25 per cent cut-off for Economics (Honors). The institutes struggled to fill the seats past year when the second list was released.
For B.Com (hons), there is a dip of 0.25 percentage points from last year's 98%.More news: Indian PM Modi visits Portugal on trip to meet with Trump
Many top colleges of the Delhi University have recorded a dip in their cut-off for admissions in most courses.
According to the reports, the varsity has received almost 2.2 lakh applicants to fill in 56,000 seats in 63 colleges. The problems in the admission process were many including absence of original documents and the slow functioning of the official DU website. Aspirants can always shift once the other cut-off lists are announced.
The second, third, fourth and fifth cut-offs will be announced on July 1, 7, 13 and 18 respectively.
Students who will qualify as per the cut-off can report to the respective college for document verification and approval of admission from Saturday. The timing for the admission in the colleges is from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm. After the admission is approved, Candidates Must login to the online admission portal to make the payment for admission.This may be done till 12:00 noon of the next day of the given admission list deadline.
The coveted Miranda House came at an asking rate of 97 per cent for B. Sc. (Zoology) and 96.67 per cent for Maths and Physics.