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Delhi University’s 1st cut-off list out, 98.75% for BA at LSR

Published : Jun 19, 2018, 4:47 am IST
Updated : Jun 19, 2018, 4:47 am IST

This year, the cut-off will be on the basis of the best of four subjects, according to the DU.

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New Delhi:  As Delhi University (DU) announced its first cut-offs for admission to the undergraduate programmes on Monday, students looking to study BA (Programme) at Lady Shri Ram College found the cut-off at a staggering 98.75 per cent.

The cut-offs for other courses in the college are as following: 98.25 per cent cut off for BA (Psycology) BA Economics (Hons) and BA (Journalism) with 97.75 per cent and for BA (Political Science) 97.75 per cent and BA (English) 97.50 per cent.

In St. Stephen’s College, the first one to release its cut-off, pegged  Econom-ics (Hons) at 98.75 per cent, and 98 and 97.5 per cent for Humanities and Sciences, respectively. The cut-off for English (Hons) was at 97.5 per cent.

Admissions to the academic session 2018-19 in all colleges will begin from Tuesday.

SRCC on Monday released its first cut-off for B.Com (Hons) and BA Economics (Hons) with the highest score for the general category being 97.75 and 98.50 per cent, respectively. Last year, the SRCC had pegged its highest cut-off at 97.75 per cent for both the courses.

This year, the cut-off will be on the basis of the best of four subjects, according  to the DU.

Hansraj College saw a marginal hike at 0.75 percentage for its courses. Cut-offs for BA Economics (Hons) stood at 98 per cent and B.Com (Hons) at 97.5 per cent, similar to the previous year. In BA (Programme), which received the highest number of applications, the cut-off fell by 0.75 points at 96.25 per cent. While the first cut-off stood at 96.25 per cent for BA courses, 97.25 per cent for English (Hons), 97 per cent for Mathem-atics (Hons) and 97.33 per cent for Physics (Hons).

In Hindu College, the first cut-off in Economics (Hons), English (Hons), and Physics (Hons) is at 98 per cent.

Last year, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, which had set the highest recorded cut-off at 99.66 per cent for B.Sc Electronics (Hons) last year, has lowered the cut-off by 2.66 per cent  in Electronics, while most courses also saw a dip compared to the last year.
Out of nearly 2.8 lakh students, who applied for undergraduate courses this year, 1,26,327 chose English as their preferred course, followed distantly by BA (Programme) at 1,05,818 and Political Science at 1,05,590 applications. Economics and History were the other courses for which the number of applications ran into more than 90,000.

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