Delhi University cut-offs flirt with the 100 percent mark for yet another year as colleges promise to be “cautious”.
The front runners this year are Lady Shri Ram College, A.R.S.D and CVS, all announcing a whopping 98% for its B.Com (H) course. It’s interesting how colleges like SRCC and Hindu have lower cut-offs, at 97.375 and 97.25 per cent respectively, for B.Com (H) in the first cut-off list released late on Wednesday night.
Hansraj has also set a high cut-off at par with Hindu at 97.25 percent for the honours degree in commerce.
Shri Ram College of Commerce leads the race for Economics, with a minimum call of 98.25 percent followed by 5 colleges, all asking for 98 percent- namely Hansraj, Hindu, IP College for Women, Kirori Mal and Lady Shri Ram College.
Also Lady Shri Ram College, South Campus’ most sought after, is asking for 98% for its popular Psychology (H) course while leading the B.Com(H) race
For English, the cut-off flies at the 98.25 percent mark with LSR again choosing to keep its cut-off at the highest for this course.
For both parents and students, the word of the day seems to be Patience.
Those who cleared the cut-offs must complete the Admissions and Payment of Fees process till 1:00 PM on Saturday (June 27, 2015)
The second cut-off, to be released on Tuesday (June 30, 2015), will tell how much relaxation the DU colleges will have to offer to students.
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Students awaiting the next list can apply to DU’s flagship program Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC), the CIC Application Form will be available from: Monday, 29th June 2015 (10:00 AM). Admissions will be through a written examination followed by a Personal Interview (PI) of the shortlisted candidates. To know more about CIC, check out their official website.