CVS – Releases Cutoffs for 2020-21

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DU Admission season is finally here! After months of waiting and forming expectations, colleges have finally started releasing the first-cut off list for the batch of 2020-21. CVS, College of Vocational Studies released its cutoff list today.

For courses like B.Com. (Hons.), B.A. (Hons.) Economics, B.A. (Hons.) English, the cut-offs are same as the last year. This may come as a huge relief to the applicants. However, the cut-off for B.A. (Hons.) is up by 2%.

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Click here to view the complete cut-off list released by the CVS for all courses.

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The University announced to release the first cut-off list for all colleges on 10th October. The pattern of the cut-offs tomorrow will help the aspirants to form better predictions for themselves. Stay tuned for all DU related updates.

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Also read: ADMISSIONS 2020: DUSU TO DEPLOY 500 VOLUNTEERS

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