100% limit set for 9 courses at Delhi University Colleges at start of admissions
The University of Delhi (Du) on Friday released its first limit list for undergraduate admissions with at least nine courses, including political science and computer science, setting the limits at 100%. The colleges affiliated with the University of Delhi that have announced 100% cuts are the Sri Ram College for Commerce (SRCC) for Economics (Honors) and B.Com (Honors), Hindu College and Ramjas College for Political Science (Honors) ), Hindu College and SGTB Khalsa College for BCom, Hansraj College and Deen Dayal Upadhyay College for Computer Science Honors and Jesus and Mary College for Psychology Honors.
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Here is a list of nine DU courses with 100% thresholds:
- Hindu College: BA (H) Political Science – 100%
- Ramjas College: BA (H) Political Science – 100%
- Shri Ram College of Commerce: BA (H) Economics – 100%
- Shri Ram College of Commerce: B.Com (M) – 100%
- Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College: B.Com – 100%
- Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College: BSc (M) Computer Science – 100%
- Hansraj College: BSc (H) Count Science – 100%
- Ramjas College: B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics – 100%
- Shaheed Sukhdev College Business Studies: BSc (Hons) Computer Science – 100%
The University of Delhi’s Jesus and Mary College (JMC) set a 100% threshold for its BA (Honors) psychology program as the college released its minimum admission scores as part of the first list threshold for 2021. This is an increase of 1.5 percentage points over last year for the undergraduate program.
At DU’s Hansraj College, the threshold was set at 100 percent for admission in Computer Science (H), closely followed by BA (H) in Economics and BCom (H) at 99.75 percent.
The threshold rose by a mark, or 0.75 percentage point, in political science at Jesus and Mary College, while historically it has remained the same – 97.25 percent. The threshold has risen sharply by 5 percentage points for Hindi at JMC, from 65 percent to 70 percent. The thresholds have increased by a mark, or 1.75 percentage point, for the B. Com and the B. Com (Honors). For mathematics, the threshold increased by 0.5 percentage point, from 95 percent to 95.5 percent.
At Hansraj College, while the threshold for computing has been sharply increased by 2.75 percentage points, for economics, the threshold has increased by one percentage point.
The colleges affiliated with the University of Delhi have started to publish the first cut-off list. Admission under the university’s first deadline for 2021 begins from Monday, October 4.