Delhi University first cut off list out

DU has announced the first cut off list for 2014 session

In the recent announcement, the most awaited first cut off list of the Delhi University is available now. The list has been declared for few colleges as of now, and more are being updated soon.

As expected, the cut off has gone really high this time also. The applications were closed on Jun 13, with a total of 278485 applications for 70 colleges with 54000 seats. The number of applications last year was 254339, this year has seen an increase of approximately 20000 students. 

 

As per the release, based on Delhi University release First cutoff List, the candidates who have applied for the courses in the pre-admission form can now view the cut-off and then visit the respective colleges for admission process. In case you do not meet the cutoff of the colleges of your choice for your selected courses, you may wait for the 2nd cutoff list, which will be declared soon too.

For a change, this year’s pre-admission form did not contain an option to select a college, only the choice of course was asked for in the form.

Below is the First cutoff list of the colleges of Delhi University –

SRCC

SRCC Economics cut-off is 98.25% 
SRCC Commerce cut-off is 97.5%
SRCC Science and Humanities cut-off is 97.25%

St. Stephen’s College Cutoff List –

General Candidates

Courses

Science Stream

Commerce Stream

Humanities Stream

Economics

97.25

98

97

English

97.25

98

97

Mathematics

97

97.25

95

Physics

96.66

Chemistry

96.33

History

96.5

97

95.75

Philosophy

95.5

97

95

Sanskrit

65

65

65

More lists will be updated soon, Stay tuned!!

Relevant Information

Giving another chance to the students who might have missed the deadline to fill application forms, the varsity has allowed them to take admission by filling the university registration form along with the college admission form.

Additional eligibility criteria

Additional eligibility criteria by colleges, which was earlier made uniform, which prevented them from having separate individual rules, is now rolled back. Bringing this back, the College officials and principals are now expected to decide on Monday about the criteria they want to put for admission to various courses in their college.

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