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Delhi University cut off 2016: first list released, check at

Narada Desk | June 30, 2016 11:08 am Print
Delhi University cut off 2016: Ramjas wants 99.25% for bcom honours in the session’s first Delhi university cut-off.
Delhi University First Cut-off list 2016

University of Delhi commonly known as Delhi University or DU has released its first cut-off for admissions to various undergraduate courses for the session 2016-17 at the official website

Here are some of the colleges and its cut off marks:

Among the colleges, Ramjas has announced the highest cut-off for the academic session marking 99. 25 percent for BCom Honours, 98.75 for BCom and 98.5 for Economics Honours.

Lady Sri Ram College (LSR) – Highest cut-off for Psychology Honours at 98.5%, English Honours and B.Com (Honours) at 98.25% and 98%.

Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), ranked among the best in the country for higher studies in Commerce and Economics, released its cut off at 98.25 per cent for Economics Honours and 98 per cent for BCom Honours.

Miranda House – Cut-off for science courses are same as that of last year’s with the highest being for Economics Honours at 97.75%, 97.5% for English, 97.25% for History and 97% for Geography and political science.

Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College – B.Sc Electronics 99%.

Sri Venkateswara – Economics 97.5% and 96.75% for English Honours, History and Political Science it was 96%, B Com and B Com (Honours) 96.75%.

Kirorimal College – Economics Honours, BA (Honours), Physics Honours and B Sc (Honours) at 98%, while for BCom (Honours), it was 97.5%.

Indraprashta (IP) College – For Women 97% cut-off for – Computer Science, English, Economics, Psychology and B Com (Honours). For political science it was set at 96%.

Students can check the cut-offs online and if they meet the eligibility they can log into the university’s admission portal and choose the college and course.

A total of 2,50,914 applications were received by the university for the 54,000 seats in 63 colleges, as compared to last year’s 2,91,819 applications.

Out of total applications, 1,30,354 applicants are male and 1,20,545 are female applicants.

Students who have not made it in the first list, there is no need to worry. The colleges will come out with five cut-off lists and with each list, chances of making it will improve.