The cut-off percentage in Hansraj College decreased marginally by .25 per cent, in B.A Economics (H) with 97.75 per cent.
New Delhi: The Delhi University (DU) released its third cut-off list for admission to various undergraduate courses on Tuesday. The highest cut-off percentage set in the third list was 98 per cent for B.A Economics (Hons.) course in Hindu College.
In Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), with a drop of .25 per cent cut-off for B.Com (H) 97.75 per cent, for BA English (H) is 96 per cent in Kirori Mal College (KMC) and Ramjas College, 96 per cent for B.A Political Science (H) in Shri Venkateshwara college, 96.33 per cent for B.Sc Physics (H) in Shri Venkateshwara and Miranda College, 96.25 per cent for B.Sc Mathematics (H) in KMC and Lady Shri Ram College (LSR).
The cut-off percentage in Hansraj College decreased marginally by .25 per cent, in B.A Economics (H) with 97.75 per cent. 97.25 per cent for B.Com (H) with a decrease of .25 per cent. A cumulative list indicating the minimum marks needed to get admission in various courses of all colleges went live on the university website on Monday midnight.
In Ramjas college, the cut-off for B.A Economics (H) decreased marginally by .50 per cent in B.A Economics (Hons.) 97.50, BA (H) English with 96 per cent and B.Sc Mathematics (H) with 96 per cent.