First Cut Off Released By SRCC, Cut Off Increases For BA Economics

First Cut Off Released By  SRCC, Cut Off Increases For BA Economics

First Cut Off Relesed By  SRCC, Cut Off Increases For BA Economics

New Delhi: One of the most prominent college of Delhi University,  Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has released the first cut off list for admission to undergraduate courses. It offers two courses - B.Com. (Honors) and BA (Honors) Economics. For BA Economics (Honor) the cut off has increased and for B.Com. (Honors) is same as last year. The cut off list for rest of the DU colleges are coming soon. If the trend made by St. Stephens and SRCC, is followed, the cut off are likely to  increase specially for Humanities stream. 

A general category student who is looking for admission in B.Com. (Honors) course in SRCC, requires at least 97.75% marks, which is the same as last year. For admission to BA Economics (Honors), the cut off has increased marginally. The cut off which was 98.25% last year has now increased to 98.75% this year. A Commerce student of general categgory, who needed admission in St. Stephens, the first cut off for admission to BA Economics at 98.75%.

The Students that belong from the OBC category require 95.50% marks for admission in B.Com. (H) and 96.75% marks for admission to BA Economics (H). 

Also Read: DU Admission 2018: Cut Off List For St Stephen's Announced

                                                                              

The cut off list for SC category students, is 92.75% and 94.25% for admission to B.Com. (H) and BA Economics (H) respectively. For ST category candidates, the cut off is 87.50% and 92.50% for admission to B.Com. (H) and BA Economics (H) respectively.

The cut off list for PwD candidates, is 86.75% for B.Com. (H) and 94.50% for BA Economics (H). For Kashmiri Migrants student seeking admission the cut off list is 88.75% for B.Com. (H) and 95.50% for BA Economics (Honors)

                                                                 

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