Delhi University has released the first list of Delhi University Admission 2014 B.Com Cutoff on June 30, 2014. On the basis of the marks obtained in 12th standard, the colleges under Delhi University will release separate Cutoff lists for admissions to the B.Com programmes.Click here for DU Colleges B.Com First Cutoff“Everything you wanted to know about DU admissions is here. Predict your college, get latest updates, trends and insights on DU admissions. Click Here“
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Below are 2013 Cutoffs for Delhi University B.Com programme. The DU admission B.Com Cutoff of 2013 brings insight into the admission scenario of DU and provides aspirants clarity on whether their 12th standard marks makes them eligible for admission in Delhi University.
The Delhi University Admission 2013 B.Com Cutoff for different categories is discussed below –
General Category: In the general category, the highest recorded cutoff was 99.75%. The cutoff for the B.Com course closed at 86%. The average accepted percentage for admission in commerce under Delhi University in 2013 ranged between 90 to 96%.
OBC: The highest cutoff for OBC in 2013 was 97.2%. While the lowest cutoff was 78%. On an average, aspirants with scores in the range of 80 had a chance at admission to Delhi University.
SC: The opening and closing ranks for SC category were 95.75% and 70% respectively. So, aspirants having more than 70% had a chance of getting admitted to some colleges under Delhi University.
ST: The cutoffs for ST category closed at 60%. However, the cutoff was low compared to the opening rank which was 94.25%.
PWD: In this category, the cutoff opened at a high 99% and closed at a low 60%.
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As many as 2,56,024 registrations took place for Delhi university for 54,000 seats for 65 colleges. The application process will start from June 2 and the last date of application is June 16.
You can register through Delhi University 2014 applications, once you meet Delhi University 2014 cutoff and eligibility criteria for the respective programme.
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And thereafter you must remember the names of last year's landmark Supreme Court's judgments.
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Hope it helps
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