Not 100%? You’re not good enough for DU!

New Delhi: The wait is finally over now. The much awaited first cut-off list for admission in Delhi University has been released by the colleges on Thursday for the undergraduate course. And like every year, this time also, the eligibility criteria for admission have touched new heights, as cut-offs this time crossed the 100% mark.

Candidates without Economics in class XII would need to have scored 100.75% in the best-of-four (BO4) subjects to secure a seat in Economics at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) or Hans Raj. Similarly, at Lady Shri Ram College, an aspirant needs to have an aggregate score of 100.5% to get into the Psychology (H) course.

The first cut-off does not clearly show 100% cut offs, in the additional criteria the aspirant without Economic in class XII has imposed a penalty of 2.5% for admission in B.Com (H) course. Hence an aspirant of SRCC, Hindu, HansRaj, Kirori Mal, Ramjas, LSR and Miranda House would need 100% and above marks in BO4.

That’s not all. Cutoffs reached 100% for BSc (H) Computer Science at the College of Vocational Studies (95-100%) and at I P College (97-100%), the perfect score being demanded of science students who did not have computer science at the plus-two level.

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