The second cut-off list for admission to Delhi University's undergraduate programmes for the 2015 academic session has been declared. Check out the list here!
The Delhi University has announced the second cut-off list for admission to its undergraduate programmes for the 2015 academic session. A marginal dip has been seen for popular courses like Economics, B.Com (Honours), English, History, Political Science in top colleges.
According to the latest list, the dip is only between 0.25 to 0.75% and the cut-off remains above 95%.
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While the cut-off for Computer Science (Honours) course at College of Vocational Studies (CVS) has gone down to 99.75% (for non-science students), the cut-off for the same course at Indraprastha College for Women (for non-science students) is still at 100%.
While the cut-off has come down from 98.25 to 97.75, for those changing stream the cut-off crosses 100%.
At Lady Shri Ram College (LSR), the decrease is of 0.50-0.75% across courses. The dip for Economics and English is of 0.50% and is now available at 97.50% and 97.75 % respectively. For B.Com (Honours), the cut-off is 97.25%. History, which was at 97% in the first list, is now available for 96.5%.
Like the first list the cut-off for Economics (Honours) is the same for Hindu, Hansraj, and LSR at 97.5%.
However, in courses of popular colleges who had pegged their cut-off in the first list below 95%, the admission has been closed.
There are also certain colleges like College of Vocational Studies, Kirori Mal College (KMC) who have declared cut-off in a range, which was not done in the first list.
The science courses which had in the first cut-off seen a very high increase compared to last year, has come down by up to 2% in major colleges but it is still above 90% mark.
At Hindu College, chemistry is down by 1% and cut-off is come to 96.33%, so is at Hans Raj College where the cut-off is at 96%, down by 1.33%. It is at Miranda House whose cut-off for botany (Hons) is come down by 2% at 94.
Even for BA programme at popular colleges, still the cut-off is above 90%. At Hindu College, it is 95.5% and at LSR it is 96.25%.
Those who have scored below 90% should look out for off-campus colleges.
With inputs from hindustantimes.com