Delhi University Admission 2017 first cutoff will be releasing on June 20th at 10 am and a second cut-off list will be out on June 24. Whereas from June 14 the colleges are expected to release the dates for sports trials and extracurricular activities. One of the major concern among students at this time is the cut offs for different colleges may fall with the University support. Delhi University determined the cut-offs based on the percentage scored by students and number of students applying for the courses and college.
There has been much anticipation this year as the Board results have been delayed due to which admission process has also been delayed. However, analysing the result of this year and the performance of the students, it can be assumed that the cut-offs may not get high and would be the same as last year. And last year University released at least 8 cut off lists.
Approximately 2.9 lakh students have registered with the university for the admissions. The female students this year from Delhi and NCT are directly registered for non-college women’s education board i.e.(NCWEB) and the first cutoff of NCWEB will be announced on June 24.
The first cut off for B.Com (Honours) is expected to be between 96 to 98 percent, and for BA courses in subjects like Economics and English cutoffs are always high. So for BA courses cutoff is expected to be between 95-98 percent, whereas for B.Sc courses too its seems to be around 95-96 percent for the top colleges of North Campus like SRCC, Shri Venkateshwar, Kirorimal College, Ramjas College etc.