Delhi University has released the cut off list for undergraduate courses, for the academic session of 2018-19. The top among the B.Sc. courses is for B.Sc. Physics (H) at its affiliated Hindu College. This is pegged at 98 per cent. For B.Sc. Computer Science (H) at Khalsa College, it stands at 98. The minimum marks for B.Sc. (H) Computer Science is 97.5 at Hans Raj College, Delhi.
Cut off is known as a point or level which is a designated limit of securing eligibility of an admission in the popular courses at DU and its affiliated colleges.
It is said that the cut off for B.Sc. Chemistry (H) at SGTB Khalsa College has been calculated at 97.33 per cent. It is 97.25 per cent for B.Sc. Mathematics (H) and 97 for B.Sc. Electronics (H).
One feature of this session’s cut off is that it has dropped as compared to the preceding year. Then, the cut off for B.Sc. Electronics stood at 99.66% at SGTB Khalsa College but this year the college has set the cut off for B.Sc. Electronics (H) at 97 per cent.
Hans Raj College offers the admission on the basis of the cut off which is 97% and 97.33% for Mathematics and Physics (honours).
At the affiliate college of DU, known as Sri Venkateswara College, the highest cut off for B.Sc. Physics (H) stood at 97%. The cut off for B.Sc. Statistics (H) there is 96.75%.
Miranda House got the tag of highest cut off for B.Sc. Zoology (H), which comes in the range of 97.67. The cut off for securing eligibility in admission in the B.Sc. Mathematics (H) is worked out by the DU at 96.75, whereas for Chemistry, and Physics Honors it is pegged at 96.67 per cent.