DU Cut-off List: The Delhi University (DU) colleges had released their first cut-off lists for undergraduate courses with Hindu College securing the highest score of 99 per cent for Political Science Honours. This is a marginal increase when compared to the highest DU cut-off last year which was 98.75 per cent secured by Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College for BA Programme.
This year, LSR College bagged the second place with 98.75 per cent in both the BA Programme and Psychology Honours. The cut-offs secured by Sri Ram College of Commerce was 98.75 per cent for Economics Honours. Notably, the Hindu College has secured the highest cut-off in various courses such as 98.3 per cent in science courses and Physics Honours and 97.75 for Statistics Honours and Mathematics.
Cut-off in North-Campus-based Hansraj College has increased marginally in programmes like BA Economics (Hons.). General candidates will need 97.25% for BA English (Hons) and 98.5% for BA Economics (Hons).
For B Com (Hons) in Shri Ram College of Commerce or SRCC, general category students would need 98.5% marks. The cut off for BA Economics (Hons) is 98.75%.
In Kirori Mal College, cut-offs for courses like BA English (Hons), BA Economics (Hons) and B Com (Hons) are above 97%, say reports.
According to experts, the DU cut-off percentage for most popular courses in almost all the colleges is unlikely to dip. Instead, it might rise between 0.5 and 1 points.
A cumulative list of all colleges will be live on the university website, du.ac.in.
Delhi University is one of the biggest universities in India. It has 77 affiliated colleges and five other institutions spread across the city as well as 16 faculties and 86 departments.