NEW DELHI: DU Cut Off 2018: The month-long wait for students was finally over yesterday. Delhi University released the first cut off for degree admission late last night. This year the highest cut-offs in Humanities and Commerce has been set by Lady Shri Ram College. LSR has set 98.75% for admission to BA Programme course. The cut off for BA Psychology is 98.25% and for BA Economics is 97.75%.
SGTB Khalsa college, which had set the highest cut off last year, has lowered the cutoffs marginally. The cut off for BA Economics at SGTB Khalsa is 97.25%. The cut off for BA Political Science is also 97.25%. The cut off for both B.Com. and B.Com. (H) is 96.75%.
At Kirori Mal College, the cut off for BA English (H) is 97%. The cut off for BA Political Science has dropped only marginally from 97% last year to 96.75% this year. The cut off for BA Economics (H) is 98% at Hindu college. The cut off for BA English (H) is also 98%. The cut off for B.Com. (H) at Hindu college is 97.5%. For admission to B.Com. (Honors) course in SRCC, general category students would need 97.75% marks which is the same as last year. For BA Economics (H), the cut off is 98.75%.
Among the South Campus Colleges, the cut off for BA Economics (H) is 97.75% at Sri Venkateswara College. At Gargi college, the cut off for BA Economics (H) is 97%, the cut off for B.Com. (H) is 96.5% and the cut off for B.Com. is 95.5%. It is apparent that the cutoffs has risen for BA Economics and BA Programme courses in most of the colleges, while the cut off for B.Com. has either remained same or has decreased marginally.
Students who fulfill the cut off criteria as per the first list will have to log in to their account and select the course-subject combination after which an admission form will be generated. Students would be required to visit the concerned college with the admission form and required documents to complete the formalities.