DU cut-offs expected to elevate this year as huge students scored above 95% in CBSE exams. Delhi University officials have revealed that the cut-offs for the admissions to the 2020 academic year is going to be elevated than the previous year since a huge number of students have secured more than 95 percent in the CBSE class 12 examinations this year. The statement was given by the university after St. Stephens college set its highest cutoff at 99.25 percent for the BA (Hons) Economics. The university received a total of 2,85,128 applications from students from the CBSE board students.
St Stephen’s College declared the first cut off for the undergraduate courses with the highest cut-off for 99.25 percent for the BA (Hons) Economics for the students from commerce background. In 2019, the cut-off for the BA (Hons) English and BA (Hons) Economics was set at 98.75 percent for students from the commerce background.
The cut-off for the humanities program is 98.75 percent and 98 percent for the science stream, students. BA (Hons) English cut-off stands at 99 percent for commerce students and 98.75 percent for science and humanities stream students. The cut-off for the course is higher by 0.25 percent for commerce and science students.
According to the experts, with high cut-off set by St.Stephens College, other colleges are also expected to have higher cut-off. Dean of DU Admissions, Shobha Bagai stated that the cut-off is expected to be announced after October 12, 2020. A schedule has been sent to the administration and is awaiting the UGC Calendar and is hopeful that the schedule for the cut-offs will be announced this week.
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