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DU Admission: Here's What It Took To Grab A Seat In Top North Campus Colleges Last Year

Major boards across the country have released their results and students are aiming for the ever-favourite Delhi University as their next stop. The first cut off will be announced on June 12 and the students are waiting for it with bated breath.

Jun 2, 2017 14:50 IST
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Major boards across the country have released their results and students are aiming for the ever-favourite Delhi University as their next stop. The first cut off will be announced on June 20 and the students are waiting for it with bated breath.

Some odd 85 colleges under Delhi University's umbrella, are scattered across the city but the north and south campus are considered to house the best colleges in terms of academics and exposure.

While you are waiting for the cut offs to be announced, we thought it would be good for you to know the trend from last year to get a fair idea of what's coming your way this season.

Here, we are discussing top north campus colleges of Delhi University and their cut offs for the 'famous five' courses last year:

 

SRCC

Eco (H)
98.25
97.25
B Com (H)
98
97.25

 Hans Raj College

Eco (H)
98
96.25
Eng (H)
97
95.75
History (H)
96.5
95
BA
96
94.75
B Com (H)
97.75
96.25

Kirori Mal College

Eco (H) 98
96
Eng (H) 96.5
94
History (H) 95.5
95.5
BA 96.5
92.5
B Com (H) 97.5
96

Hindu College

Eco (H) 97.75
96.5
Eng (H) 97.75
96
History (H) 97.75
95.5
BA 96
96
B Com (H) 97.75
96.5

Miranda House

Eco (H) 97.75 96
Eng (H) 97.5 95.5
History (H) 97.25 95.25
BA 96.5 93.75
B Com (H) - -

Daulat Ram College

Eco (H) 97 95.5
Eng (H) 96.25 92
History (H) 95 92.75
BA 89.5 88.5
B Com (H) 96.75 95

IP College For Women

Eco (H) 97 95.75
Eng (H) 97 94
History (H) 94 92.5
BA 94 90
B Com (H) 97

95.5

 At 99.25 per cent, the cut off for B Com (H) at Ramjas College was the highest last year. Lowest was 65 per cent for BA (P) in Bhagini  Nivedita College.

There were reports earlier that the cut offs for Delhi university Colleges might dip this year as CBSE chairman RK Chaturvedi had requested Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi to consider giving appropriate weightage to students of the board because it is strictly following the policy of not moderating boards marks.

However, DU authorities had not given their reply and it remains to be seen how cut offs will look this year.  The online registration process for undergraduate courses will end June 12, at 5 pm. Thereafter 6 cut-offs will be announced with first on June 20 and last on July 18.

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