The University of Delhi has released its ninth cut-off list for the admission of candidates from reserved categories including scheduled caste (SC), scheduled tribe (ST), other backward classes (OBC), persons with disabilities (PWD) and Kashmiri migrants (KM), media reports said. The list is a special drive by the University to ensure the admission of reserve category students.
According to NDTV, the details of the minimum cut-off marks percentage of the ninth admission list at which admissions to various courses have been offered by various colleges are given in the list that was published on Sunday.
A report in The Indian Express said that those who have cleared the cut off in this round will be expected to report to their respective colleges for admission before 9 August, 2017. The highest cut-off among reserved categories in this round is at Hindu College for Bachelor of Science (honours) in Physics for the OBC category at 94.66 percent. The second highest cut-off is at both Hindu college for BSc (honours) Chemistry and at Kirori Mal College for BSc (honours) Physics at 94.33 percent.
According to The Times of India, Hindu College, too, has several of its programmes open for the reserved categories, like sociology. However, the cut-off ranges between 80 percent and 85 percent. In this category, the cut-off is as low as 43 percent in colleges like Bharati College for the Sanskrit programme. Daulat Ram College still has cut-offs hovering around 90 percent for courses like psychology, under the reserved categories. Delhi University officials have said that colleges are expected to lower their cut-offs in the tenth list.
The Delhi University had announced its eighth cut-off list for admitting reserved category students on 3 August. The admission process for this list was done on 3 and 4 August.
How to check the cut-off list
Published Date: Aug 07, 2017 15:07 PM | Updated Date: Aug 07, 2017 15:07 PM