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Second cut-off throws few surprises

Second cut-off throws few surprises
After SGTB Khalsa College stunned Delhi University aspirants with the highest cut-offs in the first list – with 99.66 per cent BSc Electronics (Hons) – and set off unrealistic expectations, the cut-offs in several prominent colleges comparatively come down in the second cut-off list.
There was a dip of 3.6 per cent in the second cut-off in the BSc Electronics (Hons) at Khalsa College. However, the college still had high cut-off for BCom (Hons), with 97.25 per cent.
A marginal dip, ranging from 0.5 to one per cent, was recorded at other prominent colleges.
Lady Shri Ram College registered the highest cut-off for BA Psychology (Hons) at 98.25 per cent, closely followed by BA Journalism (Hons) with 97.75 per cent.
The hotly contested BA Political Science and English (Hons) both stood at 97.5 per cent at LSR.
At Miranda House, the second cut-off did not drop significantly, with a dip ranging from 0.5 to one per cent for BA Economics (Hons), English (Hons) and BA Programme, which stood at 96.75, 96.5 and 95.5 per cent, respectively.
Shri Ram College of Commerce had stopped admissions for Economics (Hons): however, candidates still have a sliver of hope, as cut-offs for BCom (Hons) has been recorded at 97.5 per cent, with a dip of 0.25 per cent.
The cut-offs at Ramjas College also stayed high for courses like Economics (Hons) 96.75 per cent, English (Hons) 95.5 per cent and BCom (Hons) 96.75 per cent, with a marginal dip .75 per cent to 1 per cent.
The highest cut-off at Kirori Mal College was recorded for BCom (Hons) at 96.75 per cent, closely followed by BCom at 96.5 per cent. Meanwhile, the BA Programme course, with 94 per cent, had the same cut-off as it had in the first list.
With around eleven courses closing after the first cut-off in Hindu College, Economics (Hons) had the maximum cut-off at 97.25 per cent, with a dip of .25 per cent. The next highest was English (Hons) with 97 per cent, while the window for courses like Hindi (Hons) stood open at 91 per cent.
Among South Campus colleges, in Sri Venkateswara College, the cut-offs for BCom and BCom (Hons) stood at 96 and 97 per cent respectively: for Economics (Hons), it stood at a 96.75 per cent.
So far, there have been zero admissions in the BCom (Hons) and Economics (Hons) course at Sri Venkateswara College.
The candidates who have met the eligibility criteria will have to reach the respective colleges on Saturday for verification of documents and will be granted admission after making the payment.
Anand Mohan J & Rishabh Raj

Anand Mohan J & Rishabh Raj

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