High Scores in Class XII will have a major Impact on Delhi University cut-offs

The cut-offs announced by the various colleges of Delhi University are majorly dependent on the class XII results. The class XII results from CBSE as well as ICSE board is expected to be declared soon, which will shortly be followed by the much dreaded cut-offs from Delhi University. Delhi University has inundated conjectures on escalated cut-offs for the admissions in the Delhi University this year. According to various reports it is likely that all the higher ranked colleges from DU, which include Lady Shri Ram, St. Stephens, and Hindu will encounter higher cut-offs compared to the cut-offs of 96%-99% from last year.

An overall aggregate is calculated out of five subjects, which varies from college to college as many colleges prefer the best of four subjects. All the colleges under Delhi University announce the required percentage or minimum marks on the basis of the class XII results. Interested students can pick a college according to their course and eligibility.

As the overall results from CBSE and ISC have shown visible escalation every year the cut off-offs for science students have increased particularly, as they are open to various courses such as commerce and humanities. Higher percentages every year and limited number of seats in the Delhi University can be utterly distressing for various students.

Based on the various reservation directions which is established by the Government of India, a separate list of cut-offs is made for candidates who belong to Scheduled Castes (SC), Other Backward Classes (OBC) and so on.

Universities all around the country are inclined to reserve some definite number seats exclusively for CBSE students, which a handful sticks to while others, prefer not to because of the uncertainty involved regarding the quota.

Apart from the conventional procedure of admissions in the colleges of Delhi University, various colleges entertain admissions based entirely on the performance of the applying candidate in various co-curricular activities and several sports. Students who are interested and eligible can apply to the respective college through auditions or performances.

Here’s expecting that the students who have appeared for the class XII board examinations score well, which will eventually help them in getting into a course and college of their choice.

 

 

 

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