Fate of more than 2.7 lakh students who have applied to 54,000 seats in various streams in 64 different colleges affiliated to the Delhi University (DU) is about to come. DU’s first cut off list for the academic session 2014-15, which was supposed to be announced on June 24 was declared on June 30 for the admission in three-year under graduate programms. The admissions will take place till July 3. Controversy over scrapping four-year under graduate programme (FYUP) with the UGC is the reason for the delay in admissions.
Second cut off list will be announced on July 4. After this there will be six more cut off lists. In total eight cut off lists are scheduled by the Delhi University as opposed to 10 cut offs in the earlier sessions. The lists will also be uploaded in the websites of various colleges after 8 pm on June 30.
Like any other year this year also the cut off list is likely to be high. The list will not include B.Tech and Bachelor Management Studies (BMS) courses as the University has decided to discontinue these courses. BMS courses will be changed back to BBS and BA Hons (Business Economics) but there is no mention of the four-year B.Tech course. More than 2500 students who got admission in B.Tech last year had protested outside the HRD Ministry and demanded that B.Tech course should not be scrapped.
Fresh admission guidelines had been announced by the Delhi University this Saturday. Students who would meet the set criteria are eligible to take admission. Students who have earlier missed to apply were given a chance to fill the registration form along with the college admission form. Students also need to submit an undertaking declaring that they were taking admission in an undergraduate course of three-year duration in “full consciousness and awareness. There will be a Centralized Counseling but schedule is yet to be announced. Each college will carry out admission of SC/ST and PwD category in the manner similar to General category
As per the guidelines colleges will have additional eligibility criteria. 12-member committee consisting of principals as its members had formulated the guidelines which were then approved by the VC Dinesh Singh.
DU cut off list schedule for the academic year 2014-15
The lists will be displayed at 9 am
- First Admission List by the Colleges – July 1 2014
- Second Admission list by the Colleges – July 4
- Third Admission list by the Colleges – July 8
- Fourth Admission list by the Colleges – July 11
- Fifth Admission list by the Colleges – July 14
- Sixth Admission list by the Colleges – July 16
- Seventh Admission list by the Colleges – July 18
- Eighth Admission list by the Colleges – July 21
The announcement of Delhi University’s first cut off list on Monday evening for the students seeking admission in three year under graduate programme gave a sigh of relief to some and a feeling of distress to many. This year is no different from the previous two years as cut off touched the 100% mark for the third time. Economics Honours and B.Com were the most competitive subjects.
It is the computer science programme at Acharya Narendra Dev, ARSD and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College that witnessed the 100% cut-off. Whereas in science the cut-off at Acharya Narendra Dev is 95%, at ARSD it is 98% and at Shyama Prasad the cut off is 97%.
First college to declare cut off list this year was Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) where Economics cut-off is 98.25%, cut-off in Commerce is 97.5% and cut-off in Science and Humanities is 97.25%. SRCC is one of the finest colleges of Commerce in India and that is why such a high cut-off was expected. According to new guidelines, individual college can set its own admission guidelines along with general ones. So to take admission in SRCC one must have studied mathematics in class XII and scored at least 70% marks in board exams. Cut off for range Commerce Honours at SRCC is between 99.25 and 97.5%.
Cut off range for Commerce Honours in Venkatashewara College is between 97.25 to 98%.
Cut off range for Commerce in Hansraj is between 97.25 – 99.75%.
Cut off for Commerce in Lady Shri Ram College is 97.5%
In Shaheed Bhagat Singh College it is 94%
In Sri Venkateswara it is 96.25%.
Cut off range announced by Ramjas is also very high. For Economics, English and Commerce the cut-off ranges between 91.50% and 98.75%. Cut off for BA is between 88% and 93% in Ramjas College.
For the first time cut off for English has gone above 90%. Yes, cut off for English in Hindu college went 98.5%. Cut off for Maths in Hindu College is 96.5-97% and cut off for Physics is 97.33%. At Hindu College cut off for chemistry is 97%.
Unexpectedly cut offs for Political Science, History and B.A. also went very high in different colleges of DU.
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