DU fist cut off list 2018: Highest cut off 98.75 percent, lowest 45 percent

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Delhi University (DU) first cut off for the admission to undergraduate courses has been released. The difference between the highest cut off and the lowest cut off is huge. For B.A. Programme course in Lady Shri Ram College highest cut off mark is 98.75 percent and lowest is 45 percent for B.A (Sanskrit) at Gargi College, Kalindi College and Vivekananda College in the first list.

Majority of the applicants were from the CBSE Board (85%) as 12,737 students secured over 95 percent marks and 72,569 secured 90 percent. While cut off for BA Psychology is 98.25 percent, cut off BA Economics is 97.75 percent at Lady Shri Ram College.

At Hindu college, cut off for BA Economics (H) is 98 percent, while the cut off for BA English (H) is 98 percent and cut off for B.Com. (H) is 97.5 percent. While the BA Economics (Honors) cut off at SRCC is 98.75 percent, the cut off for the B.Com. (Honors) was 97.75 percent, same as last year.

The cut off for BA Economics (Honors) is 97.75 percent at Sri Venkateswara College, while 97 percent at Gargi college. B.Com. (Honours) cut off is 96.5 percent at Gargi college.

In most of the colleges BA Economics and BA Programme courses cut off has gone up. B.Com cut off, however, has decreased marginally or remained same.

For science courses cut off, students should open this link:

For the Arts and commerce courses cut off, students may open this link:

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