“We decided on our cut-off but we felt that by reviewing the scores we saw that a higher number of students scored above 95 per cent.
Viva Chauhan, principal of Kirori Mall College, said, “There are hundreds of students who have got percentage marks and we may have to keep 100% cut-off.”
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Aryabhatta College of Delhi University on Thursday released its provisional cut-off list with the highest cut-off among all courses at t.5 per cent with BA (Hons) Psychology.
The principal of a college outside campus asked not to be named, saying some courses could increase by one or two percent compared to last year and some by six percent more than last time.
“At CBSE this year, more than 1,000,000 students have scored more than 955 per cent and we have 20,000 seats.
He added, “We have to keep the cut-off high so as not to admit more students. Every year it happens that more students are admitted than the number of seats.”
Dr Babli Maitra Saraf, principal of Indraprastha College for Women, said students should not be disappointed even if they could not complete the cut-reading in the first list.
“The first and second cut-offs are more because colleges don’t want to run the risk of additional admissions. The rule is that everyone in the cut-off has to make arrangements regardless of the number of seats,” he said.
He added that there are many colleges and universities in Delhi and people distribute.
“We don’t know when they will physically open the university and then other facilities like labs and human resources will be considered when the cut-offs will be determined,” he said.
Dr Vijayalakshmi Nanda, principal of Miranda House, said there would be no percentage cut-off for any course in the college.
“We will not have 100% cut-offs. The cut-offs will be somewhat calibrated than last time. The cut-offs will be close to 100 but we will be realistic with them,” Nanda added.
He said the increase would be 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent in some popular courses like Political Science (Hons), BA program, Physics (Hons) etc.
Last year, Lady Shri Ram College had a hundred percent cut-off for three courses.
Rajdhani College Principal Dr Rajesh Rajesh Giri said the cut-off in all courses in the college would increase by two per cent from last year.
St. Stephen’s Cut-Off, which was released, was more or less the same as last year’s scores.
Saraf said there is an interview material for applicants, which other colleges do not have.
The cut-off for BA (Hons) Economics and B.Com (Hons) courses was 98 per cent respectively. The minimum number required for admission to BA (Hons) English and BA (Hons) Political Science is 96 per cent for both courses.
In its provisional list published by Aryabhatta College, the cut-off for BA (Hons) Economics and B.Com (Hons) courses was 98 per cent respectively. The minimum number required for admission to BA (Hons) English and BA (Hons) Political Science is 96 per cent for both courses.
Offline colleges have been given a deadline of 1 pm on October 1 to submit the cut-off list.
Students will start applying to the college from October to October.
More than 2.87 lakh students have applied for undergraduate courses at Delhi University, down from 3.53 lakh last year, the most interested from CBSE.
More than 2.2 lakh applicants came from CBSE affiliated schools, followed by School of Education Board Haryana (181), Council for the Indian School Certification Examination (95) and UP Board of High School and Intermediate Education. ,, 007).
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