The Delhi University has ultimately released the first cut off for undergraduate courses in arts and commerce.
The highest cut-offs in Humanities and Commerce for the session of 2018-19 has been put by Lady Shri Ram College. LSR has set it at 98.75 per cent for BA Programme. The cut off for BA Psychology is arrived at 98.25% and for BA Economics, it is declared at 97.75%.
Khalsa college, which had the highest cut off in the preceding year, has lowered the cut-offs this year. Here, for BA Economics, it is at 97.25%. The cut off for UG in Political Science is also lowered, to 97.25%. The cut off for both B.Com. and B.Com. (H) is arrived at 96.75 per cent.
At Kirori Mal College, the cut off for BA English (H) stands at 97%. For BA Political Science, it has dropped marginally from 97 in the year 2017 to 96.75 in the current year.
The cut off for the course of BA Economics (H) is fixed at 98 per cent at Hindu college. Similarly, the cut off for BA English (H) stands at 98%. For B.Com. (H) at Hindu college, it is at 97.5%.
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For securing eligibility for an admission to B.Com. (Honors) course in SRCC, general category students would need to have 97.75% marks which are the same. For BA Economics (H), the cut off percentage is 98.75%.
The cut-off list among the South Campus Colleges, for BA Economics (H), is 97.75% at Sri Venkateswara College. At Gargi college, for BA Economics (H) it is 97%, while for B.Com. (H) is 96.5% and for B.Com. it will be 95.5%.
Obviously, the cut offs have risen for BA Economics as well as BA Programme courses in almost all the colleges. The cut off for B.Com. has remained same or has decreased marginally, in most of the colleges.