Delhi University Cutoffs Soar; Commerce Cutoff at 99.75

Published: 30th June 2014 10:58 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st July 2014 10:22 AM   |  A+A-

By IANS

NEW DELHI: Delhi University's first cutoff list for admission to the three-year undergraduate programme soared higher compared to that of last year, with the percentage for commerce soaring as high as 99.75.

Whether it be Hindu College or Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), the cutoff for commerce increased by at least two percent.

In Hindu College, the cutoff for commerce was between 99.75 and 97.25 percent, while last year it was 96.25 to 92 percent.

Similarly, in SRCC, the commerce cutoff is between 99.25 and 97.5 percent, while last year, it was 97-93.75 percent.

Hans Raj College has also set a high cutoff of 99.25-97.25 percent for honours in commerce.

High cutoffs after commerce is for economics, with Hindu College putting the benchmark at 99 to 97.5 percent, followed by SRCC at 98.25 to 97.25 percent.

For English, the cutoff is as high as 97 percent in Hindu College and Miranda House.

For the B.A. programme too, the cutoffs are as high as 95 percent in Ramjas College and 95 to 96 percent in Hindu College.

For psychology, the cutoff at Gargi College is at 99.5 percent, followed by Indraprastha College for Women at 98 percent.

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