The first cut off list has been announced under Delhi University colleges on Friday. The commerce college- Shri Ram College set there cut off around 97 per cent.
The other colleges like Hindu, Lady Shri Ram (LSR) and Kirorimal College made their cut off to be 97.5 per cent whereas the Shri Guru Teg Bahadur khalsa College put its cut off marks to be 98.25 per cent for economics (hons), 99.6 per cent for B.Sc(Electronics).
The SGTB Khalsa College besides the high cut off mark for science it has also increased the cut off marks for Arts.
Hansraj College fix its Scienece( Chemistry and Computer Science) to be 97.33 and 97.75 per cent respectively. This cut off has been considered to be the highest cut off for this year under the colleges of Delhi University.
For the journalism course, colleges like LSR have pegged its cut off to be 98 per cent along with Arts and Commerce with 97 percent.
The Maharaja Agrasen College situated in the Mayur Vihar in the eastern part of Delhi has set the cut off mark for the journalism course to be 95 per cent. Apart from that the off campus colleges- Bharti College and Institute Of Home Economics set the cut off marks 96 per cent.
For most of college the cut off mark Hindi and Sanskrit( Hons) is uncertain from 60-70 per cent.
Among all the cut off marks of the colleges under Delhi University it has been noticed- Shri Guru Teg Bhadur khalsa college has pegged it cut off marks to be the highest till now.