7 Delhi University colleges report 100% threshold in 11 subjects
New Delhi: Seven colleges at the University of Delhi reported a 100% threshold in 11 subjects for 2021-2022 admissions, making it a higher threshold – by one point – than last year in popular subjects.
Approximately 70,000 students achieved 95% and above on the CBSE Class 12 exams this year.
From Scientific colleges, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya and Hansraj College have a 100% threshold for the B.Sc Computer Science, Ramjas College for the B.Sc in Physics, and Shaheed Sukhdev College for Business Studies for the B.Sc in Computer Science.
Lady Sri Ram College has a 100% threshold for BA Economics & B.Com, Ramjas College for Political Science, Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa college for B.Com and Hindu College for B.Com.
Jesus and Mary College also has a 100% threshold in its Honors Psychology course.
Class 12 CBSE exams have been canceled due to the Covid pandemic by a Supreme Court order. The Supreme Court had approved the use of the 30:30:40 assessment criteria for students. However, when the results were reported, the CBSE saw an increase in student numbers with over 95 percent.
Colleges with thresholds of 98% and above
In the Arts and business colleges of the 77 colleges in DU, about 80 courses have a threshold of 99 percent or higher.
Some of these courses include Kirorimal College with a 99.75 percent cutoff for B.Sc math, Maitri College with a 99 percent cutoff for the same course, Indraprastha College for Women with a 99.75 percent cutoff for the same course. the BA. in Political Science and Kamla Nehru College with a mark of 99% for the Honors BA in English.
Some of the university’s largest colleges have seen their cut-offs focus between 96 and 100 percent – of the 11 courses offered by Lady Shri Ram College, nine had a cut-off between 97 and 99.75 percent . Hindu College also offered seven of its nine courses with a cut-off between 97 and 100 percent. Miranda House’s 7 courses, out of its 10, have a threshold between 97 and 99.75 percent.
Among science colleges, Bhaskaracharya College for Applied Sciences has all of its 11 courses in the 94-99 percent range, Daulat Ram College has all of its seven courses in the 94-99 percent threshold range.
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