New Delhi: The Delhi University will release the first cut-off list online for admissions to its undergraduate courses late on Wednesday.
This year, students can expect a jump of at least 0.5-1 % across streams. The reason for high cut-off can be attributed to rise in the number of students scoring 90% and above in Class 12 board examinations. Another reason could be the higher number of students applying to the university as compared to the last year.
A total of 2,50,914 lakh students have applied for admission to various undergraduate course of Delhi University.
This year in CBSE, at least 90,000 students scored more than 90% marks as compared to over 60,000 last year.
The admissions will commence from June 30, that is, tomorrow. To check the cut-off lists, the students need to log in to the admission portal of the university.
The high cut-offs will see a rise in off-campus admission and evening colleges given the trend in the last few years.
According to Indian Express, B.A. (Honours) English course received maximum number of applications i.e. 1,15,786 followed by B.A. programme with over 98,000 applications and B.A. (Honours) Political Science jumping the 90,000 mark.