Delhi University cut-offs decline in 2016

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Published on: 6 July 2016 10:16 AM GMT
Delhi University cut-offs decline in 2016
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New Delhi: There has been a decline of cut-off marks in the colleges of Delhi Universities which were announced recently.

The cut-off mark for the Ramjas commerce honours was 97.75 per cent which was 1.5 per cent less than the last year while in Ramjas economics honours there was decline of .75 per cent and the cut off was 97.75 per cent.

The cut-off for Ramjas maths honours was 97 per cent which was less than 1.50 per cent than last year. There was also a decline of 1 per cent in the Ramjas physics honours course and the cut off was 96.66 per cent.

Shri Ram College of Commerce Cut-off for commerce honors—97.5 per cent, decline of .5 per cent.

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College of Commerce—96.5 per cent, decline of 1.5 per cent.

Lady Shri Ram College, cut off for english honours was 97.5 per cent which was .75 per cent less than last year while for the BA programme it was 96.75 per cent which was 1.5 per cent less than the last year.

Admissions closed in these colleges:

  • Lady Sri Ram College has closed the admissions for Sociology and Hindi.
  • Arbindo College has closed the admissions for the courses of Bachelors in Commers, Political honors and Bachelors of Science in Life Science courses.
  • Admissions for Bachelors in Physical Science, Urdu honors, Sanskrit honors and History honors in KMC College have been closed.
  • Hansraj College has closed the admissions for Bachelors in Physical Science, while Ramjas college has closed the admissions for the courses of zoology and life sciences.
  • Many colleges of Delhi University have witnessed admissions more than the seats available.

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