New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: Colleges of Delhi University have commenced the release of their first cut-offs for the undergraduate courses today, October 1st. Among all the colleges, Aryabhatta College of DU has released the first cutoff list for 2021 in various courses. While Deshbandhu College of DU is the second to release the First cut-off list for the academic session of 2021-22. While DU's Jesus and Mary College sets a 100 pc cut-off for Psychology.
For Jesus and Mary College- BA (Hons) Political Science and will not include it while calculating their BFS, the minimum requirement would be 99.75 percent and for the other aspirants, it would be 97.75 percent.
The cut-off for BA (Hons) Economics is 98.5 percent while the marks required to get into BA (Hons) English are 99 percent for Commerce Stream students and 97 percent for Humanities and Science stream students.
The cut-offs for B.Com (Hons) and B.Com stand at 98 percent and 97.25, respectively, while for BA (Hons) Sociology the cut-off is 98.5 percent without including Sociology in BFS and 96.5 percent if it is included in BFS.
Aryabhatta College's list includes 13 undergraduate courses. Out of 13, BA Honors Psychology with 98.5 percent in the general category is the highest of all. Meanwhile, the cut-off BA (H) Economics remains the same as last year’s that is 98 percent and for BA (H) English has risen by one percentage point that is 96 percent.
For B.Com (H) is 98% this year, this time there is an increase of 1.5 percentage points as compared to last year and the merit for BA (H) Political Science program is 96. Also, the cutoff for B.Sc (H) Computer Science the merit percent is 97.
Deshbandhu College has asked 98 percent (unreserved category) for Physics and 97 percent for Economics, BCom (Honours), and other programs. The merit list for all the subjects has been released by the college on its official website.
Check the documents required for admission and cut-offs here.
Documents required for DU Admission 2021:
-Class 12 mark sheet and passing certificate
-Class 10 mark sheet and passing certificate
-Caste certificate / EWS certificate (if applicable)
-Transfer certificate from school
-Migration certificate, character certificate from the board
-OMR Form of University Registration
Apart from the above-mentioned colleges, Kirori Mal College, Lady Shri Ram College, Hindu College, Rajdhani College, Miranda House, and other DU colleges will soon release their first cut-offs on the college websites. The combined lists will be available at du.ac.in and admission.uod.ac.in. A total of 4,38,696 candidates had registered for about 70,000 seats in 63 colleges of the university this year.
(With Agency Inputs)
Posted By: Ashita Singh