Delhi University (DU) discharged the primary cut off list for college classes, recently. The most noteworthy cut off among the B.Sc. courses is for B.Sc. Physics (H) at Hindu College at 98% and for B.Sc. Software engineering (H) at SGTB Khalsa College at 98%. The cut off for B.Sc. (H) Computer Science is 97.5% at Hans Raj College.
The cut off at SGTB Khalsa College for B.Sc. Chemistry (H) is 97.33%, for B.Sc. Mathematics (H) is 97.25%, and for B.Sc. Electronics (H) at 97%.
The cut-offs have decreased compared to that of last year. In 2017, the cut off for B.Sc. Electronics was 99.66% at SGTB Khalsa College and this year it is at 97% for B.Sc Electronics (H).
At Hans Raj College, the cut off for Mathematics is 97%, while for Physics Honours, it is 97.33%.
At Sri Venkateswara College, the most astounding cut off is for B.Sc. Material science (H) at 97%. The cut off for B.Sc. Insights (H) is 96.75%.
The cut off for general classification contender for B.Sc. Zoology (H) is 97.33%, for B.Sc. Statistics (H), the cut off is 96.5% at KMC.
At Miranda House, the most astounding cut off is for B.Sc. Zoology (H) at 97.67%. The cut off for B.Sc. Maths (H) is 96.75%. The cut off for Chemistry and Physics Honors is 96.67%.
The University of Delhi along with its affiliated colleges determines the cutoff for DU admission. It is needed for the candidates to keep the following factors in mind before applying:-
- Best of 4 – The average of the highest marks scored in any four subjects of Class 12th board exams
- About the Programme – Understand the programme and its related requirements
- Number of Seats – Keep a check on the total number of seats offered by the programme which the candidate has applied for
- Number of Applicants – The total number and overall limit of applicants for each programme
- Cutoff Trend – Keep track of the DU cutoff trend for the programmes over the years
Amidst, all this there are also a few memes floating around on the internet depicting the state of students who are not very happy with how the cut-off list has turned out.
Some of the funniest trolls and memes are: –
Game of Thrones and DU cut-off list joke
There has been an increase in the number of students opting for distance education this time. Universities/ Institutions offering Correspondence/ Distance courses are:-
- AIMA Delhi,
- Delhi University School of Open Learning, DU
- Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
- Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU Delhi)
- Institute of Rail Transport, New Delhi
- Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
- Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi
- Institute of Management and Development, New Delhi.