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High Cut-offs Causes Static Stride of Admission: Delhi University

High Cut off in Delhi University led to the static step of admission. After release of first cut off, it has become tough for DU to provide seats for the applicant.

Even with placid cut off this year, Delhi University is facing dreadful performance after the declaration of the first Cut off list. Outstanding colleges such as Delhi College of Arts and Commerce- giving B.Com (honors) at percentage of 97 in which only 70 student bring to light, waiting for the second cut off list.

High Cut-offs Causes Static Stride of AdmissionRajiv Chopra- officiating principles said, “We have recorded 70 admissions so aspirants can definitely expect reduction in the second cut off list.”

The students waiting for the second cut off list, have more appropriate to acquire admission under new track like Computer Science (hons), BA (hons) in philosophy, Urdu, Sanskrit and Punjabi under Delhi University- Dayal Singh.

Bakshi said, “Except for Mathematics (hons) and Political Science (hons) in general category, we will bring out a second cut off list for all courses” also added by saying if necessary increases then college may release third cut of list specially for new courses which has been added recently.

Dr Mukesh Aggarwal said, “Cut off will go down by a per cent in the second list under all the categories.
Infect Sri Venkatesware College is in plan to release the second cut off list as the admission in the colleges for all the courses is not yet complete. The assistant professor- Nirmal Kumar said, “We will discuss the next cut off on June 30 which will be formulated in order to get more students.

The release of first cut off in DU shows unsatisfactory condition for the admission in the colleges, hence the further release of cut off list is in progress.

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