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Delhi University Admissions: Cut-Off soars to 100 percent in 2 colleges

The Delhi University cut-offs for undergraduate courses has reached an all-new high with the eligibility bar set to 100 percent in two colleges. The candidates will have a tougher fight for a seat at the University, with cut-offs for all subjects across colleges soaring sky high and some asking for a perfect score, as well. Much to the dismay of ... Read More »

Delhi University cut off released for Science Stream

Delhi University (DU) has declared the first cut off list on the official website for the academic year 2015-16. The candidates can check the cut off for the Science course on the official website for which the link is available here: http://www.du.ac.in/du/uploads/Admissions/Cut-off/2015/First/Science.pdf This year, the highest cut-off for Physics has gone up to 98 per cent at Hindu College whereas ... Read More »

Delhi University admissions: Sports trials in colleges begin

The results of Delhi University centralised fitness trials for admissions through sports quota were declared on June 22. Subsequently, the colleges started with their individual sports trial on June 23. The schedule has been followed without any trouble this time, the colleges have made an effort to set separate dates for their trials. And wherever there has been a clash, ... Read More »

Delhi University first cut off will be out

  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 ... Read More »

Delhi University Admissions: Hindu College scraps ECA admissions

The students aspiring to take admissions in Delhi University’s Hindu college have major disappointing news waiting for them. The college administration has now decided to not enroll any students through the ECA quota. Keeping in trend with the last year, the college will only admit students through the sports quota and will dismiss DU’s rule of reserving 5 percent seats ... Read More »