Students who are seeking admission in Delhi university and unable to get desired course due to high cutoff. Then here is a good news for them, second cutoff was out on Sunday afternoon where students came to see lower.
For science student plenty of options are open now as the cutoff for zoology, chemistry, botany, physics have decreased by 10% and more in Sri Aurobindo College. Alongside mathematics cutoff also decreased by 9%.
Bharti College lowered the bar for economic by 8% along with Mata Sundri by 5%. Other colleges such as Kirori Mal, Miranda, LSR, Hansraj, and Hindu have also released their second cutoff list for economics. Despite of Minor decrease of 0.25% in the cutoff list of the SRCC, admissions are still going on.
Bhagini Nivedita, Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Dyal Singh show highest decrease in cutoff for arts streams mainly in history by 10%. Huge decrease in cutoff was encountered in Hindi and Political Science as well. Sri Aurobindo goes ahead with a decline of 15% for Hindi and 22% for political science.
English, the most popular course is also available in various colleges with a substantial reduction in cutoffs. Moti Lal Nehru lowered the cutoff by 9% in the evening session whereas Sir Aurobindo by 10%.
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