Miranda College, which is for girls, was followed by Hindu College. Last year, the second position was secured by Lady Shri Ram College.
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Hindu College associate professor Ratan Lal was arrested on Friday night for his objectionable social media post referring to claims about a 'Shivling' found inside Gyanvapi mosque complex.
An FIR was lodged against Lal on Tuesday night based on a complaint filed by a Delhi-based lawyer.
According to the police, Ratan Lal, an associate professor of History, on Tuesday posted a photo of the ‘shivling’ and made objectionable comments directed against a community.
Admissions in BCom (Honours) is available in 30 colleges with highest cut off 99 per cent (a drop of 12 per cent) and the lowest cut off at 94.50 per cent in Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College for Woman.
Admission against the second cut-off list will begin from October 11 and will continue till October 13.
Of the eight colleges that had announced 100 per cent cut-offs for courses, Hindu College, Jesus and Mary College and Hansraj College have closed admissions.
Apart from SRCC, which had pegged the cut-off for its hugely popular B.Com (Hons) course at 100 per cent in 2011, probably none of the colleges had ever kept a perfect score for admissions.