Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies Cut off list 2021

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies. It is a premier institution of the University of Delhi, Which provides education in the fields of Management and Information Technology. The college was established in August 1987 by the Delhi Administration on the initiation of UGC and the Ministry of Human Resources. The college offers 3 years of undergraduate programmes in computer science, management studies, financial and investment analysis, 1-year post-graduate diploma course in cybersecurity and law. It also offers some certificate courses.

Admission process -

The candidates will first have to register at the official website of Delhi University. After the registration process if the candidates meet the cut-off score he/ she will be eligible for the document verification round and payment of the fees.

List of required documents-

  • Completed Application Form
  • 2 Passport size photographs
  • Proof of present residence with copy of Aadhar card, Voters I Card, or equivalent document
  • Self-attested copy of relevant documents (Mark sheet of +2 and 10th,DMC,Migratory Certificate, Category Certificate, college admission fee slip).
  • Together with the admission form, attach 2 photocopies of anti-ragging and submit with the admission form.

Shaheed Sukhdev College Second Cut Off list 2021



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2B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science98.598.2597.5969798.2596


Shaheed Sukhdev College First Cut Off list 2021



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1B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science10099.7599.50999899.5097

Last Updated on : October 26, 2021

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