DU cut-off lists for non-collegiate courses out
New Delhi: Delhi University today announced the cut-off marks for admission to the non-collegiate women`s education board, showing a rise in percentages required for admission.
Under the non-collegiate women`s education board, students do not need to attend regular classes.
For B Com (hons) course, Hansraj College put its cut-off at 78 per cent as against 75 per cent last year for general categories while Lakshmibai College declared a cut off of 75 per cent as against last year`s 72 per cent.
While Kalindi College and Jesus and Mary College are offering B Com (hons) to general category students at 70 per cent, Maharaja Agrasen is offering the course at 68 per cent.
13 DU colleges accept non-collegiate women candidates who pursue BCom course that is completed through weekend classes in a matter of 50 teaching days.
Delhi University will declare its first cut-off list for admissions to colleges on June 26 followed by similar lists on June 29, July 3, July 6 and July 10. Further lists and conversions of OBC seats, if required, will be notified later, the University said.
The 100 per cent cut-off percentage announced last year by SRCC had set off a major debate in the country but the University officials have sought to assure students that there were plenty of seats and colleges in the varsity.
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