Delhi University Cut-Off 2017: Complete first cut-off list for Science, Arts & Commerce
New Delhi: Delhi University has released its first cut off list for admission to under graduate courses in the 2017-18 academic session. From the list of the cut offs released last evening by Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), it is clear that it is not for students who have scored below 90% and wish to take admission in any of the top courses or colleges under DU.This year the cut off for B.Com. (Honours) at SRCC is 97.75% unlike in 2011, when it was set 100%.
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The cut off required by a general candidate for admission to BA Economics (Honors) is same as B.Com. (Honors) that is 97.75%. This is a marginal dip from last year's cut off for B.Com. (H) which was 98% and the cut off for BA Economics was 98.25%. OBC candidates need 95.25% for B.Com. (H) and 95.75% for BA Economics (H). Scheduled Caste students require 92.00% for B.Com. and 95.00% for BA Economics. Students in ST category would need 88.00% for B.Com. and 92.25% for BA Economics. For B.Com., PWD candidates need 89.25% and 95.50% for BA Economics. Kashmiri Migrants require 87.75% to pursue B.Com. and 94.75% for BA Economics.
Students with less than 90% marks in 12th who are seeking admission to B.Com. (H) and BA Economics will have to wait for the second or third cut off list. No college under DU has set its cut off below 90 for B.Com. Honors course. The highest cut off is set by SGTB Khalsa college with 98.25% followed by SRCC with 97.75% and Ramjas with 97.5%.
In case of B.Com. General too, SGTB Khalsa college has set the cut off at 98.25%. The cut off for B.Com. General at Sri Venkateswara college is 96.5%, at Maitreyi and Mata Sundari Colleges, it is 95%. At Ramjas the cut off for general B.Com. is 96.5%. In case of BA (Honors) Economics, the highest cut off is 98.25% at SGTB Khalsa college followed by Shivaji college where it is set at 98%. SRCC with 97.75%, Hindu College, Kirorimal College, Gargi College and Lady Shri Ram College with 97.5%, and Hansraj College with 97.25%. The lowest cut off for BA (H) Economics this year is at Bhim Rao Ambedkar College and Satyawati college (Evening) with 93%.