This year there has been much anticipation about DU cut offs being on the lower side as a consequence of CBSE deciding against spiking of mark. However, considering the performance of students in recently declared results, it can be assumed that the cut offs may not get higher but can still be on similar lines as last year.

DU Cut-Off: BCom

The cut off for B.Com. (Honours) is expected to be somewhere between 96 to 98 per cent for the top colleges of Delhi University like SRCC, Sri Venkateswara, Kirorimal College, Ramjas College, Hansraj College and LSR.

DU Cut-Off: BA Courses

For BA courses in subjects like Economics and English which are always on high demand among students, the cut off will again be anywhere between 95-98 per cent in the top colleges. The cut off for BA (H) English last year at SGTB Khalsa college was 98.75 per cent. Other top colleges like Hindu College, Hansraj College, Miranda College, JMC, and LSR had similar cut offs. Last year the cut off for BA (H) Economics at SRCC was 98.25. This year, there may not be a hike in the cut off mark but it will definitely be in a similar range

DU Cut-Off: BSc Courses

For B.Sc. courses too, the first cut off will range between 96-98 per cent for the top colleges.

Since most of the boards have declared the class 12, Intermediate and PUC results of 2017, the students may start check and compare the cut-off details of previous year Delhi University admission.