Zakir Husain Delhi College, formerly known as Zakir Husain College and Delhi College was founded in 1792, is the oldest existing educational institution under Delhi University. Initially founded by Ghaziuddin Khan, it offers undergraduate and post graduate courses in Arts, Commerce and Sciences stream.
It has had a considerable influence on modern education as well as Urdu and Islamic learning in India, and today remains the only Delhi University College offering BA (Hons) courses in Arabic and Persian.
The Delhi University released its first Cut-Off list on 26 June 2012. A cut off list is a primary component to demarcate students on the basis of their marks. This medium helps the Delhi University function smoothly and in a designed manner.
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