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Hindu College First Cut Off List 2011 – Delhi University

 16-JUN-2011

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 Hindu College Cut of List
Hindu College Cut of List

This is the first cut off list for admission to various courses of Hindu College of Delhi University for the year 2011- 2012.

Students satisfying minimum cut off marks can take admission on June 16, 17, 18 and 20

First Cut Off List - 2011-2012

Non-Science Courses 

 

S.No Course General Other Backward Class (OBC)
1. B.Com (Hons.) A) 95.50% and above - for those who have studied English, Mathematics, Accountancy, Commerce/Business Studies and Economics.Merit will be determined on the basis of one Language And any three of remaining subjects Listed above subject to minimum 95% marks in Accountancy and 60% marks in English and Maths each. A) 91.50% and above - for those who have studied English, Mathematics, Accountancy, Commerce/Business Studies and Economics.Merit will be determined on the basis of one Language And any three of remaining subjects Listed above subject to minimum 85% marks in Accountancy and 60% marks in English and Maths each.
B) 98% and above - for those who have studied English, Mathematics and any three Science subjects.Merit will be determined on the basis of one Language And any three of remaining subjects Listed above subject to minimum 60% marks in English and Maths each. B) 94% and above - for those who have studied English, Mathematics and any three Science subjects.Merit will be determined on the basis of one Language And any three of remaining subjects Listed above subject to minimum 60% marks in English and Maths each.
    C) 99% and above - for those who have studied English, Mathematics with three academic subject.Merit will be determined on the basis of one Language And any three of remaining subjects Listed above subject to minimum 60% marks in Accountancy and 60% marks in English and Maths each. C) 95% and above - for those who have studied English, Mathematics with three academic subject.Merit will be determined on the basis of one Language And any three of remaining subjects Listed above subject to minimum 60% marks in Accountancy and 60% marks in English and Maths each.
2. B.A.(Hons) Economics A) 97.5% and above - one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + any two Commerce subject OR one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + Economic + one Commerce subject. A) 94.5% and above - one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + any two Commerce subject OR one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + Economic + one Commerce subject.
B) 95.5% and above - one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + any two Science subjects (OR one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + Economics + one Science subjects) OR any two Humanities subjects.
B) 92.5% and above - one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + any two Science subjects (OR one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics + Economics + one Science subjects) OR any two Humanities subjects.
    C) 98.5% and above - one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics and any two elective subjects. C) 95.5% and above - one Language + Mathematics/Business Mathematics and any two elective subjects.
3. B.A.(Hons) English 80.55% and above as declared in the CATE consolidated Score.              Note:- The best four subjects will include English + Any three Elective Subjects from the Academic Stream. 75.55% and above as declared in the CATE consolidated Score.               Note:- The best four subjects will include English + Any three Elective Subjects from the Academic Stream.
4. B.A.(Hons) Hindi A) For Arts Stream 76% and above in best four subjects + with atleast 75% in Hindi. A) For Arts Stream 74% and above in best four subjects + with atleast 75% in Hindi.
B) For Science /Commerce stream 81% and above in best four subjects + with atleast 75% in Hindi. B) For Science /Commerce stream 79% and above in best four subjects + with atleast 75% in Hindi.
5. B.A.(Hons) History A) 88% and above - History + one Language + two Social Science Subjects. A) 82% and above - History + one Language + two Social Science Subjects.
B) 96% and above - one Language + three Social Science subjects. B) 90% and above - one Language + three Social Science subjects.
    C) 94% and above - one Language + three Science/Commerce Stream subject. C) 88% and above - one Language + three Science/Commerce Stream subject.
D) 96% and above - one Language + any other Combination of three Academic subjects. D) 90% and above - one Language + any other Combination of three Academic subjects.
6. B.A.(Hons) Political Science A) 92% and above - one Languge + Political Science + any other two Social Science subjects. A) 87% and above - one Languge + Political Science + any other two Social Science subjects.
B) 93% and above - one Language + any three Social Science Subjects. B) 88% and above - one Language + any three Social Science Subjects.
    C) 94% and above - one Language + any three subjects from Science/Commerce stream. C) 89% and above - one Language + any three subjects from Science/Commerce stream.
D) 95% and above - one Language + any other combination of three academic subjects. D) 90% and above - one Language + any other combination of three academic subjects.
7. B.A.(Hons) Philosophy A) 88% and above in best four subjects - one language + three Humanities/Social Science Subject .Language: Hindi Core, English Core, English Elective, and other language. Academic Subjects: English Elective, Philosophy, Mathematics, Economics, Politica Science, History, Geography, Fine Arts, Sociology, Psychology. A) 85% and above in best four subjects - one language + three Humanities/Social Science Subject .Language: Hindi Core, English Core, English Elective, and other language. Academic Subjects: English Elective, Philosophy, Mathematics, Economics, Politica Science, History, Geography, Fine Arts, Sociology, Psychology.
B) 90% and above in best four subjects - one Language + three Science/Commerce stream Subjects. Academic Subjects: English Elective, Philosophy, Mathematics, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Fine Arts, Sociology, Psychology. B) 87% and above in best four subjects - one Language + three Science stream Subjects. Academic Subjects: English Elective, Philosophy, Mathematics, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Fine Arts, Sociology, Psychology.
    C) 93% and above in best four subject one Language + any three subjects from academic stream. C) 90% and above in best four subject one Language + any three subjects from academic stream.
8. B.A.(Hons) Sanskrit A) For students having Sanskrit in class XII 63% and above in best four subjects, atleast 65% in Sanskrit in class XII. A) For students having Sanskrit in class XII 60% and above in best four subjects, atleast 62% in Sanskrit in class XII.
B) For students having Sanskrit in class X 75% and above in best four subjects, atleast 75% in Sanskrit in class X. B) For students having Sanskrit in class X 72% and above in best four subjects, atleast 72% in Sanskrit in class X.
9. B.A.(Hons) Sociology A) 90% and above - one Language + Sociology + any two elective subjects. A) 85% and above - one Language + Sociology + any two elective subjects.
B) 93% and above - one Language + any three elective subjects. B) 88% and above - one Language + any three elective subjects.
10. B.A.Programme A) 90% and above - one Language + three Social Science Subjects. A) 85% and above - one Language + three Social Science Subjects.
B) 94% and above - one Language + any three Academic Subjects. B) 89% and above - one Language + any three Academic Subjects.

Science Courses

 

S.NO Course General

Other Backward Class

(OBC)

1. B.Sc.(Hons) Physics

96.66% and above - PCM

92% and above - PCM

2. B.Sc.(Hons) Chemistry

95% and above - PCM

93% and above - PCM

3. B.Sc.(Hons) Zoology

91% and above - PCB/Biotech.

88% and above - PCB/Biotech.

4. B.Sc.(Hons) Botany

80% and above - PCB/Biotech.

75% and above - PCB/Biotech.

5. B.Sc.(Hons) Mathematics

A) 95% and above - English + Mathematics any two subjects from Science/Humanities/Social Science.

A) 91% and above - English + Mathematics any two subjects from Science/Humanities/Social Science.

B) 97% and above - English + Mathematics any two subjects from Commerce/Electives other than the subjects from the Vocational stream of CBSE.

B) 93% and above - English + Mathematics any two subjects from Commerce/Electives other than the subjects from the Vocational stream of CBSE.

6. B.Sc.(Hons) Statistics

A) 94% and above in best four subjects including Mathematics + English + two best subjects from Science Stream (Physics, Chemistry,Biology, Computer Science, Biotechnology and Economics).

A) 89% and above in best four subjects including Mathematics+ English + two best subjects from Science Stream(Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Biotechnology and Economics).

B) 95% and above including Mathematics + English + two best subjects from Commerce stream(Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy and Commerce).

B) 90% and above including Mathematics + English+ two best subjects from Commerce stream (Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy and Commerce).

   

C) 95% and above including Mathematics + one Language + any two Elective/Academic subjects.

C) 90% and above including Mathematics + one Language + any two Elective/Academic subjects.

7. B.Sc. Physical Science(Chemistry)

A) 86% and above - PCM

A) 83% and above - PCM

8. B.Sc. Physical Sciences (Electronics)

A) 88% and above - PCM

A) 84% and above - PCM

Philosophy

Admissions to B.A. Honours in Philosophy will be done on the basis of merit as per the Categories drawn up by the Department of Philosophy, Hindu College.

 

Category-A

One Langunge - Three Humanities/Social Science Subjects Language: Hindhi Core, English Core, English Elective and Other Languages

Academic Subjects: English Elective, Philosophy, Mathematics, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Fine Arts, Sociology, Psychology.

Category-B

One Language + Three Science/Commerce Stream Subjects

Academic Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Psychology, Computer Science, Informatics Practices, Economics,Business Studies and Accountancy.

Category-C One Language + any Three Subjects from the academic stream.

Category A would be the privileged Categroy as student with Humamities/Social Science background fair well in Philosophy. There would be a difference of 3% between Category A and Categroy B, while Category C. students woulds be required to have 5% higher marks than Category A students.

History

Admissions shall be done strictly on merit under the following categories:

 

Category-A Candidates with History and One Language and Two Other Social Sciences Subjects.
Category-B Candidates with One Language and Three Social Science Subjects.
Category-C Candidates with One Language and Three Science/Commerce Stream Subjects.
Category-D Candidates with One Language and Any Three Subjects.

NOTE:- Over many years the Department has noted that candidates with social science subjects do not acquire as many marks as the candidates with Science/Commerce streams Therefore due weightage is given to the candidates with social science subjects rather than to the science/commerce subjects. The difference of percentage between category A & B will be of two percent i.e. category B will be kept higher by 2%. Category C will be higher by 6% while the last category D would be higher by 8%. This is same as last year i.e. 2010-2011.

Sociology

 

Category-A One Language + Sociology + any two elective subjects (3% less than Category - B)
Category-B One Language + any Three elective subjects (3% more than Category - A)

Justification - The department feels that students who have studied sociology in school should be given weightage.

The college has facility for instruction only in English. Proficiency in spoken and written English is a most.

Hindi

Category-A For Art Stream:- 73% and above in best four subjects with 75% and above in Hindi
Category-C For Science/Commerce Stream:- 78% and above in best four subjects with 75% and above in Hindi

Sanskrit

Admission to B.A.(Hons) Sanskrit, is done in two categories.Category - A consists of those students who have studied Sanskrit up to class XII and Category - B consists of those students who have studied Sanskrit up to class X only.Several colleges of Delhi University follow the same criteria. Those students who are interested in studying Sanskrit and many students want to secure high percentage in competitive exams opt for Sanskrit as a subject. Generally, commerce and science streams students come in category 'B'. These students who have studied Sanskrit up to X only have basic knowledge of Sanskrit grammar so that they can easily cope with the Hons. syllabus.

Commerce

 

1. Minimum 60% marks in English and Maths respectively for all categories specified in the enclosed admission policy for the year 2011-2012.
2. Introduction of minimum 95% marks in Accountancy for category - A

Criteria No.1 as stated above has been in practice keeping in mind the necessity to be conversant with English and Math being fundamental to understanding of the various paper of the honours course.

Criteria No.2 as stated above has been introduced this year after analyzing the data available for the past yea. The no. of students who sought admission to the course meeting our eligibility criteria were more than 1100 (Eleven Hundred). Since Hindu College has only one section, the no. of students that we can admit is limited. Therefore we need to impose the said rider this time.

Admission Policy for B.Com.(Hons.), Hindu College for the Year 2011- 2012
1. The candidate must have studied and secured a minimum of 60% marks in English and Mathematics to become eligible for admission to this course.
2. The cut - off percentage will be expressed as X% and above in all the lists thereby keeping open the previous lists also.

The Students will be divided in 3 categories detailed below.

Category A: For students who have studied the following subjects:

1. English - Core, Functional, Elective
2. Maths - Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics, Business Math (as allowed by the University)
3. Commerce/Business Studies
4. Accountancy, also known as Book Keeping
5. Economics

For the above students the best four will be determined one the basis of any one language (MIL), and any three of the remaining subjects (2,3,4,5) listed above subject to a minimum of 95% marks in Accountancy.

Category B: For students who have studied the following subjects:

1. English
2. Maths
3. Physics
4. Chemistry
5. Biology

For the above students the best four will be determined on the basis of any one language (MIL) and any three of the remaining subjects (2,3,4,5) listed above. A differential of 2.5% with be observed vis-a-vis category A

Category C: For students who have studied English and Mathematics with three academic subjects.

For the above students the best four will be determined on the basis of any one language (MIL), and any three of the remaining academic Subjects, excluding:

1. Physical Education
2. Music
3. Dance
4. Home Science
5. Engineering Drawing
6. Fine Arts
7. Agriculture

A differential of 3.5% will be observed vis-a-vis category A

Economics

Admission to the B.A.(Hons.) course in economics will be based on merit determined according to the average percentage secured in Class XII Examination in a combination according to the average percentage secured in Class XII Examination in a combination of four subjects, with the subject combination defined by any of the following three categories:
Category A: One Language, Mathematics/Business Mathematics. and any two Commerce subjects (OR One Language, Mathematics/Business Mathematics, Economics, plus one Commerce subject).

Category B: One Language, Mathematics/Business Mathematics. and any two Science subjects (OR One Language, Mathematics/Business Mathematics, Economic, plus one science subjects) or any two Humanities subjects.

Category C: One Language, Mathematics/Business Mathematics. and any two elective subject.

  • The cut-off for respective categories will be intimated at the time of admission according to University calendar.
  • The cut-off for Category A and Category C will be kept at 2% and 3% higer than Category B respectively.
  • The cut-off for OBC categories will be lower than the General category cut-off for categories A, B and C and the difference will be intimated at the time of admission according to the University calendar.
  • All four subjects shall be given equal weightage in determining a candidate's average percentage.
  • A candidate must have secured at least 60% marks in English in Class XII Examnation to eligible for admission.
  • The one language that shall be considered would ordinarily be English or Hindi (official Indian Language of different states other than Hindi may be considered in cases where the candidate has studied the language in Class X and Class XII).
  • The specific subjects that a candidate can consider as "Commerce","Science" and "Humanities" in categories A and B respectively, and as "any two elective subjects"in category C will be determined as per university guidelines at the time of admission.

Justification

  • In the categories A, B and C, One Language and Mathematics/Business Mathematics is included as the course requires some degree of proficiency in Mathematics.
  • The cut-off for Category A is kept higer to ensure parity amoungst candidates from different streams as the past experience shows that students from Commerce Stream tend to score higer marks than other streams in Class XII Examination.
  • The cut-off for Category C is kept higher, again to ensure pairty amongst candidates ,as these subjects tends to have a higher practical Component in Examination and hence students tend to score higher marks in these subjects.
  • The minimum marks in English in Class XII Examination is so that the student can cope up with the recommended texts which are in English.

Political Science

Category A: One Language + Political Science + any other two social science subjects (One per cent less than category B. Two per cent less than category C. Three per cent less than category D).

Category B: One Language + any three social science subjects. (One per cent more than category A. One per cent less than category C. Two per cent less than category D)

Category C: One Language + any three subjects from science / commerce stream.(Two per cent more than category A. one per cent more than category B.One per cent less than category D).

Category D: One language + any other combination of three academic subjects.(One per cent more than category C. Two per cent more than category B. three per cent more than category A).

B.A. (Programme)

Category A: One Language + three social science subjects.(Four per cent less than category B).

Category B: One Language + any three academic subjects.( Four per cent more than category A).

English

Admisssion to the B.A. (Hons.) English course will be done though a combined Aptitude Test for English (Cate), to be held under the aegis of the Department of English, University of Delhi. The test will evaluate candidates'aptitude for the course.

The criteria for appearing in the test will be

(i)  A minimum of 60% marks in English (Functional, Elective, etc) in the school-leaving (Class XII examination).

(ii) A minimum of 60% aggregate in the best 4 subjects (including English).

The CATE score will he calculated on 30:70 ratio of the Class XII aggregate marks:

CATE marks.

SC/ST/PH/Foreign students are exempt from taking CATE and will be admitted as per the prevailing rules of the University.

OBC student will be given up to maximum relaxation of 10 on the CATE cut-off score, as determined by the respective colleges, at the time of admission only.

College will admit students from the CATE score list on the basis of cut-offs fixed by them respectively.There will be no centralized allocation of candidates to the different colleges by the University.

Physics

Admission for B.Sc. (Hons.) will be based on merit to be determined from marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Zoology

The criteria of admission for B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology is aggregate percentage of Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology in Class XII.

Botany

1. B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany - Aggregate PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology) in Class XII.

Chemistry

B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry: Aggreate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in class XII

B.Sc.Physical Science

B.Sc.Physical Science: Aggreate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in class XII

Mathematics

Admission to B.Sc.(H) will be made on the basis of merit determined from the best four subjects according to the following criterion:

Category-A English + Mathematics + any two subjects from Science/Humanities/Social Sciences.
Category-B English + Mathematics + any two subjects from Commerce/Electives other than the subjects from the vocational stream of CBSE with 2% higher marks than Category A.

Justification:

A - we require English as the medium of instruction is English. so certain level of proficiency in needed in the language.

B - on the basis of experience, the students in Category B who come for admission to Hindu College tend to have more marks than the students in Category - A

Statistics

Category-A Mathematics + English + two best subjects from Science Stream (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Biotechnology and Economics).

Cut-Off Best Four Percentage=93 and Marks in Mathematics=93

Category-B Mathematics + English + two best subjects from Commerce Stream (Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy and Commerce).Cut-Off Best Four Percentage=93 and

Marks in Mathematics=95

Category-C Mathematics + One Language + any two Elective/Academic Subjects.Best Four Percentage=93 and Marks in Mathematics=96

 

By:SATYAM VATS | On:01-NOV-2014 12:06:22


is there information practices in du ..


By:unknown | On:20-JUN-2013 15:13:26


ohhhhh!!!!!!!!!! god how high these cut offs are???????????????


By:shahid | On:16-MAY-2012 18:14:14


what was last cuttoff merit for bsc hons physics


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