BA Programme Witnessed An Increase This Year In Most Colleges,Cutoffs Still Not Realistic Enough

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Delhi University released its very first cut-off on 18th night and unlike previous year where cutoffs for B.A English (Hons) and BSc (Hons) Electronics were the highest,this year its BA Programme which most of the colleges across Delhi University have increased their cut-offs for.The highest cut-off for BA Programme has been set up by Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) with 98.75%

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce stood at 98.50% for B.A (Hons) Journalism.Admissions 2018 in Delhi University witnessed B.A programme as the second most applied course by candidates after B.A English (Hons).However,arge number of courses have touched up to 98% but unlike previous year no course rose upto 99%.

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Among the Science stream,Hindu College declared the highest cut-off for B.Sc (Hons) Physics at 98%. and Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College declared the same cut-off for the course B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science.However,previous year this course witnessed a 100 % cutoff.

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Shri Ram College of Commerce released its cut-off for the courses B.Com Hons at 97.75% which was same as that of last year.

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Now as the first cut-off list has been declared admissions under this list will take place till 21st June 2018 and second cut-off list will be declared on 25th June 2018.

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Jasleen Kaur Gulati
A 2nd year student pursuing B.A programme and an aspiring writer she is , endeavoring to tweak the skills through pen down thoughts into words....!!!!

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