First cut-off list for undergraduate courses today; see the combined list at du.ac.in

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The thresholds will also be posted on individual college websites. The admissions process is expected to begin online from October 4 and continue through October 6 at 11:59 p.m.

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The first cut-off list for Undergraduate (UG) courses at the University of Delhi (DU) is released today, October 1. Applicants can view the combined cut-off list on the official DU website at https://admission.uod.ac.in/ and http://www.du.ac.in/.

The thresholds will also be posted on individual college websites. The admissions process is expected to begin online from October 4 and run through October 6 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Deshbandhu College and Aryabhatta College have published their first provisional lists. For Deshbandhu College, the cut-off marks are 98%, while for their economics program, the eligibility limit for the unqualified category is 97%. The lowest threshold is 82 percent for Deshbandhu College’s Hindi program, according to NDTV.

For Aryabhatta College, the first limit for 13 UG courses is also out. The highest cut-off scores are for the college’s BA Hons psychology program at 98.5 percent. According to Indian Express, the economics program threshold remains the same as last year at 98%, while the BA Hons English course qualification threshold has increased from 1% to 96%.

AU thresholds are expected to be higher this year, as scores of 90% or more were achieved by more than 2.2 lakh of students in the grade 12 results of the Central Council of Secondary Education ( CBSE) of this year. More than 70,000 students in class 12 of the CBSE achieved marks above 95% this year.

In view of this, the director of Rajdhani Collge, Dr Rajesh Giri, indicated that all courses will experience a 2% increase in thresholds.

The director of Miranda House, Dr Bijayalaxmi Nanda, said the college would not have 100 percent cut-off marks for any course, adding that if the “cut-offs will be close to 100 but we will be realistic with them”.

Meanwhile, according to media reports, the thresholds for Lady Shri Ram College are expected to remain the same as in 2020. Last year, the college had a 100% threshold for three UG courses.

The DU is expected to publish five shortlists this year, as well as a special campaign to fill vacant seats at the university’s 65 colleges. The university will release the second cutoff list on October 8.


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