Cut offs of Delhi University expected to rise


The University of Delhi is all set to start its application process from today. The cut offs questions are mostly asked during this month of the year as the students look for the admissions in college or universities. Earlier, frequency of candidates securing good percentage in the board examination has noticed a huge rush in numbers.

When the percentages keep increasing, the cut off marks fixed by the colleges ascend high. It often led to strong competition for candidates who miss the chance to grab seats at their dream universities.

In year 2015, around a two universities required a contender to score at least 100 marks to get admission to the BSc (Hons) Computer Science programs in the primary cut off. Thus, the cut off for BCom Hons and BA Hons Economics have additionally observed record high in most recent few years.

A year ago, SGBT Khalsa started the main cut off for BSc (respects) Electronics at 99 percent marks for initially cut off for BSc in Mathematical Sciences from Ramjas universities. These base rate necessities went down for both the general and the held classifications when the eighth cut off was discharged.

Investigating the movement of the cut-off rundown discharged by DU, there has been an enduring ascent in the base imprints required by understudies so as to pull up a chair at one of Delhi University partnered schools.

The primary cut off for BCom Honors started, two years prior at 97 percent for various universities and rose to 98 and even 99 percent a year ago. This year, it is normal that the principal cut off may expand some more.