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DU Admission: First Cut Off list 2017 released, Khalsa wants 99.66% for BSc (Hons) Electronics

Saturday June 24, 2017 12:59 PM, & Agencies

DU Admission 2017 1st Cut Off

New Delhi:
Delhi University on Friday announced its first cut-off list for the academic year 2017-18 for merit-based undergraduate courses, with many registering a drop in cut-offs across colleges. The DU released two separate cut off lists - one for Science and other for Arts and Commerce.

The Delhi Univesrity Admission process for the academic year 2017-18 is began with the online admission registration to undergraduate merit based courses beginning from May 22.

The DU first Cut Off list has been released online but it will be sent to respective colleges today.

"The first cut-off list for odmissions to vorious Undergroduote Courses (bosed on merit) of the University of Delhi for the Acodemic Year 2017-2018 will be notified/displayed by different colleges of the University on Saturday, the 24th June, 2017", the DU said in a statement.

"The eligible candidates who meet the reguirements notified in the First Admission cut-off list are further advised to complete their admission formalities in the Colleges concerned within the stipulated time, as notified earlier on the University Website", the statement said.

According to PTI, the highest is 99.66 per cent for BSc (Hons) Electronics in SGTB Khalsa College.

In humanities stream, Khalsa again set the highest cut- off at 99 per cent for BA (Hons) Political Science, according to the list available on DU website.

While Miranda House's cut-off for BA (Hons) Economics is 97.25 per cent, B Com (Hons) cut-off in both Ramjas College and Hansraj College is 97.5 per cent.

Last year, the highest cut-off was announced by Ramjas College at 99.25 per cent for BCom (Hons), 98.75 for BCom and 98.5 for Economics (Hons).

Admission to 54,000 undergraduate seats of various DU colleges received over 2.5 lakh applications.

The second cut-off list is expected to be issued on July 1.


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