DU Third Cutoff List 2021 Delhi Hindu University Colleges LSR SRCC Kirori Mal College 3rd Admission Lists
FROM Third Cut-Off List 2021: The University of Delhi on Saturday released the third DU 2021 selection list for merit-based undergraduate programs. The third list of thresholds comes after the centralized university released the first and second thresholds where nearly 50 percent of students were successfully admitted to DU colleges.
Several UD-affiliated colleges have published the third selection list with the grades required for admission to undergraduate courses, with a drop in the range of 0.25% to 1.5%.
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College released its third selection list with the required grades for the B.Sc (Honors) Computer Science down 1.5%.
The threshold for the first list course was set at 100 percent, but no applications were received for the first list course. The threshold for the course was then reduced to 98.5 percent in the second list and dropped to 97 percent in the third list.
According to the university, the course was closed for admissions in the SC, ST, PwD and EWS categories after the first listing.
The thresholds for the B.Sc (with distinction) in botany and the B.Sc (with distinction) in chemistry are 93.33% and 96.33%. Female students will benefit from a one percent slack in the marks requested for all courses.
Aryabhatta College also released its third cutoff list, with a drop of between 0.25% and 1.5%. The college had retained the highest threshold for BA (Honors) in Psychology among all courses at 98.5 percent in the first list which dropped to 98.25 percent in the second list.
The thresholds for BA (Honors) Hindi have fallen from 1 percent to 84 percent.
Meanwhile, even Maharaja Agrasen College lowered the minimum score to 93% – 93.5% in DU’s third selection list. Applicants who wish to check the cut list can visit the official website of the University of Delhi – du.ac.in
Check out the DU college cut-off list below:
Maharaja Agarsen College 3rd selection list
BSc Mathematical Sciences – 91.50%
BA English (with distinction) – 95%
BA Political Science – 96.50%
According to official data, more than 51,000 students have been admitted to Delhi University’s undergraduate courses, occupying just over 74% of the 70,000 available places.
The university received a total of 1,878 applications for the first two selection lists. A total of 51,974 students had paid the fees until 5 p.m. Friday, after which the payment gateway was closed.
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