The first Delhi University admission cut off has been declared by St. Stephen’s College on June 16 with the highest cut off at 99 per cent for commerce student for admission in to English course. Continuing the trend, this year the cut off has gone up. The aspirants who are willing to take admission in the Delhi University will now face a tough competition. The Delhi University first cut off for the undergraduate courses will be published tomorrow i.e. June 25.
This year, over four lakh applications were received. Out of the total, 3,20,799 completed applications have been submitted, 2,32,049 of which are online applications and the remaining 88,750 are offline applications.
In an exclusive interview with India Today, the principal of Gargi College, Dr.Shashi Tyagi said, “Though we haven’t decided the cut-off, but the cut-off for B.Com (Hons.) is expected to be around 95 to 97 per cent and for Science stream, the cut-off is expected to be over 90 per cent.”
This year the cut offs may be higher than the previous year as there are a few changes in the admission criteria and there is no stream wise cut offs.
The Delhi University has announced that there would be no penalty of 2.5 per cent for students opting for BA Political Science (Hons.) and BA Journalism with legal studies and mass media in their top four. For more information candidates can click here: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/education/story/du-admissions/1/446694.html