DU Admissions 2019 : High Cutoffs For EWS Category In First Admission List

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Delhi University released it’s first cut-off for Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category students.Surprisingly, the cut-off for this category is marginally higher than the rest of the categories.

Most colleges have released their first cut-off for EWS category students. The difference between the cut-off for general category students and EWS students was only .25% to 3%.

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For instance, B.Com. (Hons) course in SRCC for general category students requires 98.5% marks. Whereas, students from EWS category requires 97% marks. Under the EWS quota, 5,528 male candidates, 3,562 female candidates and one from the third gender applied in for admission.

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The second cut-off list for undergraduate students will be announced on July 4, 2019.

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