Jesus and Mary College (DU) Cut-Off 2021 - Know Cut-off Trends, Courses, Admission, Fees, Facilities

Aiming to pursue your undergraduate studies from Jesus and Mary college! Read below to find all about Jesus and Mary college 2021 cut off including cut-off trends, admission criteria, fee structure, and more.

Created On: Jul 26, 2021 13:15 IST
Modified On: Aug 6, 2021 18:28 IST
Jesus and Mary College (DU) Cut-Off 2021 Know Cut-off Trends, Courses, Admission, Fees, Facilities
Jesus and Mary College (DU) Cut-Off 2021 Know Cut-off Trends, Courses, Admission, Fees, Facilities

Jesus and Mary College Cut-Off 2021: The Delhi University Admission season begins from 2nd August 2021 as the DU admission portal is available for registration. Aspirants willing to seek admission to Jesus and Mary College can also apply for the undergraduate program from 5th August 2021 onwards. As per the general trend, after the admission forms for merit-based admission will be filled by the aspirants, the college will release the cutoff list for various courses on the official website of the college.

As one of the premier colleges of the University of Delhi’s South Campus, many aspirants aim to get a seat in Jesus and Mary college. Reputed for its distinguished faculty and societies, many candidates are looking forward to meeting the terms of the Jesus and Mary college cut-off 2021. The registration process of Jesus and Mary College is also quite unique as aspirants after registering themselves on the official website of the University of Delhi are required to register on the college’s official website as well. To know all about the cut-off Jesus and Mary college 2021 including the admission process, fee structure, and facilities offered by the college, candidates are advised to go through the article below.  

Jesus and Mary College Cut-off 2021 - Important Dates

Events

Important Dates*

Application Opens/Begins

5th August 2021

Last date of Application

31st August 2021

Jesus and Mary College2021 cutoff list

To be Released 

Jesus and Mary College Cut-off 2021 - Details

When it comes to the cut-off of Jesus and Mary college or JMC as it is popularly known, it is quite unique as compared to the other colleges affiliated with the University of Delhi. The Jesus and Mary college cut-off was released by the individual departments, that are responsible for deciding the cut-off of Jesus and Mary college 2021 for the various courses. Candidates must, however, note that there is a set of criteria specified for each course (department-wise) along with the Jesus and Mary college cut-off 2021 in order to be eligible for the admission process. Candidates meeting the cut-off Jesus and Mary college 2021 along with the specified criteria will only be considered for admission.

The JMC cut-off 2021 has been based on a number of factors such as the number of applicants, seat intake capacity, reservations, etc. To help the candidates understand what they can expect from the cut-off of Jesus and Mary college 2021, cut-off trends from the previous year have been provided below:-

Take a look at the past trends and the previous year cutoff of the Jesus and Mary colleges. The current year DU cutoff 2021 for the institute shall be updated here for our readers soon. 

Jesus and Mary College 1st Cut-off

Jesus and Mary College 2nd Cut-off

Jesus and Mary College 2019 Cut-off

The cut-off of Jesus and Mary college 2019 along with criteria highlights for the various courses offered by the college is provided below.

Course

cut-off- Marks (%)

Economics(Hons)

96.25 with Economics in BFS

98.25 without Economics in BFS

Pol. Science (Hons)

96.5 with Pol.Science in BFS

98.5 without Pol. Science in BFS

Sociology (Hons)

96 with Sociology in BFS

98 without Sociology in BFS

English (Hons)

97 Commerce stream

95 Science and Humanities (with Core English 94 Elective English 85)

Psychology (Hons)

98 with 85 and above in Psychology

99 without Psychology or securing less than 85 in Psychology

History (Hons)

94 with History in BFS

96 without History in BFS

Hindi(Hons)

65 BFS, 70 in Hindi, English reqd.

-

Mathematic (Hons)

95

-

B Com (Hons)

96

-

B. Com

95

-

B. VOC(RM)

91

-

B.VOC (HM)

88

-

 

Course (B.A.Programme)

cut-off- Marks (%)

Economics-Entrepreneurship (ECO-ENT)

94

Economics-Mathematics (ECO-MT)

89

Computer Application – Advertising, sales promotion & Sales Management (CA-ADV)

89

Psychology – Sociology (PSY-SY)

96

Psychology – Philosophy (PSY-PHIL)

95

French – Philosophy (FR-PHIL)

95

Computer Application – Mathematics (CA-MT)

84

History – Spanish (HS-SP)

80

History – Political Science (HS-PS)

96

Entepreneurship-Advertising, Sales promotion & Sales Management (ENT-ADV)

92

Political Science – Sociology (PS-SY)

96

Elective English - French (EE-FR)

92

Elective English – History (EE-HS)

96

Spanish – Sociology (SP-SY

85

Spanish - Advertising, sales promotion & Sales Management (SP-ADV)

85

Jesus and Mary College Cut-off 2021: Admission Process

Now, that the candidates are familiar with the cut-off trends and have an estimate of what they can expect from Jesus and Mary College cut-off 2021, it is essential to have an insight into the admission process as well. Once the cut-offs for the Jesus and Mary college 2021 for the various courses are disclosed on the official website of the college, candidates will be required to log in to their individual registration portals. Therein, candidates will be notified if they are qualified for the admission process based on the cut-off of Jesus and Mary college 2021 and the admission criteria specified for the course(s) they have applied to during registration. If the candidates are eligible for admission, they will be required to complete the document verification process as instructed and pay the requisite admission fees.

It is important to note that admissions in the Jesus and Mary college are not based on a first come first serve policy. Instead, the applicant who has successfully completed the online registration process and satisfies all the required criteria and cut-off of Jesus and Mary college 2021 for a particular programme/course will be considered for admission as per the schedule of admission specified by the University of Delhi.

Jesus and Mary College Fee Structure

Candidates who are eligible for admission based on the cut-off of Jesus and Mary college 2021 and the criteria mentioned for a particular course, will be required to pay the requisite fees in order to confirm their seat. It is, thus, essential that candidates are aware of the admission fee amount that they will be required to deposit. Details of the fee structure of Jesus and Mary College for the various courses are provided below.

Course

Total Annual Fee (Rs.)

B. A. (H) Eco/Eng/History/Hindi/Pol Sc.//Sociology

15610

B. A. (H) Psychology

16210

B. Sc. (H) Mathematics

16610

B.Com

15810

B. Com (H)

16610

Jesus and Mary College: Facilities on Campus

Among the colleges in the University of Delhi’s south campus, Jesus and Mary College is known for its pristine environment. Also, its students have access to some of the best facilities on campus, the details of which have been highlighted below.

  • Lush green campus, equipped for the Differently-Abled with ramps, lifts, and special washrooms added to the building
  • Library: Wi-Fi enabled, Digitally enhanced, and fully air-conditioned with a designated section for books in Braille and a seating capacity of 220
  • ICT enabled classrooms
  • Amphitheatre
  • Auditorium: Fully air-conditioned with a seating capacity of 600
  • Cafeteria: catering to diverse food cultures and moderately priced
  • Chapel and Convent
  • Medical Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Sports complex with outdoor and indoor sports training and fitness infrastructure
  • Bank: A branch of Bank of India within the college campus
  • Book shop and stationery outlet
  • Photocopy Shop

About Jesus and Mary College

The Jesus and Mary College founded by the Congregation of Jesus and Mary in 1968, recently celebrated its Golden Jubilee where the Hon’ble President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind presided as the Chief Guest. The college built with the vision of Christ for a just, inclusive, and humane society enables its students to realize their potential and self-worth so that they evolve as leaders who make a noteworthy contribution in all spheres of national and global life. The college strives to create and maintain an institutional ethos for multi-cultural thinking, freedom of learning, and innovation by developing critical and cognitive faculties of its students.