DU: First Cut off List for Admission Will Come Today, Every College Increased by Two to Five Percent

Aryabhatta College Cut Off has shown the trailer of Other College Cut Off. On average, the college has increased its cut-off by 0.5 to 6 percent. 

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Delhi University will release the first cut-off for admission to undergraduate courses in the academic session 2021-22 on Friday. Each college has increased its cut-off by two to five percent subject-wise. On the other hand, Aryabhatta College released its first cut-off on Thursday. The college has achieved the highest cut-off of 98.5% in Psychology Honors. While the cut-off for B.Com Honors and Economics Honors is 98 percent. 

Aryabhatta College Cut Off has shown the trailer of Other College Cut Off. On average, the college has increased its cut-off by 0.5 to 6 percent. Last year’s cut-off in Psychology Honors in the college was 97 percent, which has reached 98.5 this year. The cut-off for BSc Mathematics this year is 97 percent, while for BSc Honors Computer Science the cut-off is 97, English Honors 96 percent, History Honors 95, Political Science Honors 96, and BCom 97 percent. The cut-off for Hindi Honors in the college was 80 percent last year, which has increased to 86 percent this year. 

On the basis of this cut-off, it is believed that there is an increase in the cut-off in each college. The main reason for this is the increase in the number of students scoring 90-100 percent marks in CBSE and other boards this time. Other colleges have also prepared their cut-off. But the DU administration has asked not to issue it at its level. The administration had given time till September 30 to send the colleges to the administration after fixing the cut-off. Some colleges have sent their cut off while some are in the process of sending. It has been made clear by the DU administration that the first cut-off of all colleges will be released on October 1. After which the admissions will start on 04 October. 

Formation of Grievance Committee 

The online admission process for admission at Delhi University for the academic session 2021-22 is going to start on October 4. In such a situation, the DU administration constituted a committee to deal with the complaints related to admission. In the 11-member Grievance Committee, Prof. Ranjit Behera has been made the convener. 

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