NEW DELHI: Delhi University on Friday unveiled its first cut-off list for admission to graduate courses in its affiliated colleges.

Colleges that have announced 100% cut-off include Shri Ram College for Commerce for Economics Honors and B.Com Honors, Hindu College and Ramjas College for Political Science Honors, Hindu College and SGTB Khalsa College for BCom, Hansraj College and Deen. Dayal Upadhyay College for Computer Science Honors and Jesus and Mary College for Psychology Honors.



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For many colleges, despite the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic, the cut-off is much higher than the previous year. Jesus and Mary College and Hansraj College set percentage rates for some courses, while the number required for other subjects also increased compared to last year. BA Honors (Political Science) for Kirori Mall College recorded 99% and BA (Economics Honors) recorded the second highest cut of 98.50% this year.

For those who want to study BA (Hons) Political Science in JMC, the minimum requirement will be 99.75 percent.

For admission in BSc (Hons) Computer Science in Hansraj College, percentage of students is required, which is a significant increase as compared to last year, when a student needs 97.5% in the course.


Delhi University’s Jesus and Mary College and Hansraj College on Friday fixed the percentage rate for some courses, while the required number for other subjects has also increased as compared to last year.

Jesus and Mary College (JMC) has set a cut-off 100 percent for BA (Hons) Psychology, who do not include subjects when calculating their best four percent.

The cut-off is 99 percent for students who will include their Top Four Subject (BFS) marks. Last year, the cut-off for Psychology (Hons) was 99.5 percent if the subject was not included in the BFS or a student got a score of less than 85%, while in others it was 98.5 percent.

Hansraj College has cut-offs of 99.75 per cent, 99.66 per cent and 99.75 per cent for BA (Hons) Economics, BSc (Hons) Physics and B.Com (Hons) respectively.


Last year, these subjects were 98.75 percent (economics), 98.33 percent (physics) and 99.25 percent, respectively.

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