DU 2018 First Cutoff Analysis – Even as the University of Delhi announced DU first cutoff 2018 on June 19 for admissions into 33 programmes under Arts and Commerce faculties and 27 of the BSc programmes, DU aspirants will need to score more than 98.75 per cent to get admissions into BA Programme on offer at Lady Shri Ram College (LSR). Contrary to this, even if DU 2018 applicants having a score as low as 45 per cent can get admission in Delhi University with BA (H) Sanskrit at Kalindi College. Unlike last years, fortunately, no ‘bizzare’ cutoffs were announced by any of the DU Colleges.
The cutoff of DU 2018 admissions is determined on the Best of Four Subjects Formula.
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DU First Cutoff Analysis 2018
The Delhi University has announced its first cutoff on June 19, where the DU 2018 applicants would need to meet the admission cutoff for BA, BCom and BSc programmes to get an entry into one of the 63 colleges. Here, we present the DU first cutoff 2018 analysis for select DU courses on offer at the constituent colleges of the central university.
DU 2018 Admissions: Highest Cutoff
The highest cutoff recorded for DU 2018 admissions in the first list is for BA Programme available at 98.75 per cent in LSR College. Last year, BSc (H) Electronics had recorded the highest cutoff at 99.66% for admissions into Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College (SGTB). However, this year, the BSc (H) Electronics aspirants need to score at least 86% for admissions into Shaheed Raguru College of Applied Sciences. SGTB Khalsa College has dipped its cutoff this year, for BSc (H) Electronics programmes by 2.66 percentage points, fixing it at 97 per cent.
DU 2018 Admissions: Lowest Cutoff
A DU 2018 aspirant can enrol in the Central University with a score as low as 45 per cent by taking admissions in BA (H) Sanskrit programme offered at Kalindi College, which is exactly the same as last year.
DU 2018 Admissions: BA Programme Cutoff
The Delhi University 2018 BA Programme applicants will need to score at least 72 per cent to get admission in Bhagini Nivedita College. Last year, the BA programme was available at 75% in the college, which mean the applicants would have needed 3 percentage points more to get admissions in the DU undergraduate BA programme.
DU 2018 Admissions: BCom (H) Cutoff
One of the most sought-after undergraduate programmes in the University of Delhi, BCom (H) is available at 91 per cent in two colleges– Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Bharati College. Last year, the admissions into this Commerce programme was available at 1.5 percentage points higher in Aditi Mahavidyalaya College, i.e, 92.5 per cent, which was apparently the minimum marks to secure admissions in Delhi University’s BCom (H) programme.
DU 2018 Admissions: B Com Cutoff
The BCom programme, this year, at its lowest is available in Bhagini Nivedita College, fixed at 84 per cent, while last year’s lowest cutoff for the undergraduate commerce programme was 86.5% in the same college. Bhagini Nivedita College, this year, had dropped its cutoff by 2.5 percentage points, making it easier for the BCom aspirants to get a Delhi University seat.
DU 2018 Admissions: BA (H) Economics Cutoff
The BA (H) Economics cutoff is available at the minimum marks of 93 per cent in Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College (BRAC), likewise last year. The college has not changed its cutoff for the programme from that of last year.
DU 2018 Admissions: BA (H) English Cutoff
The BA (H) English programme is available, this year, at the lowest score of 90 per cent in three of the DU colleges– Bharati College, Kalindi College and Vivekananda College. Last year’s BA (H) English cutoff was the same as fixed by Mata Sundri College for Women and Satyawati College.
DU 2018 Admissions: BA (H) Sanskrit Cutoff
Likewise last year, the BA (H) Sanskrit cutoff has been maintained at 45 per cent by Kalindi College. Wherein, admissions to the Honours programme at Dyal Singh College would require a score above 85 per cent. However, last year admission into the BA (H) Sanskrit programme in colleges like Ramjas would have required 75%.
DU 2018 Admissions: BSc (H) Physics Cutoff
Following the last year’s trend, BSc (H) Physics, this year too is available at 88 per cent in Bhagini Nivedita College. Those who have scored more than 98 per cent can pursue the undergraduate science honours programme in Hindu College, which last year was available at the same percentage in SGTB Khalsa College, while at the Hindu College, admissions were granted at 96.66%.
DU 2018 Admissions: BSc (H) Computer Science Cutoff
The BSc (H) Computer Science admissions for DU 2018 is available at a lower cutoff of 91.50 in Mata Sundri College while last year the programme was available at 1.50 percentage points lower in Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College for Women, fixed at 90%. This year, the BSC (H) Computer Science is also available at colleges like Hans Raj College (97.50%), PGDAV College (95%), and SGTB Khalsa College at 98 per cent.
DU 2018 Admissions: First Cutoff Graphical Analysis
The below graph will help you with the subject-wise percentage required for admissions in Delhi University Colleges in the first round of DU 2018 admission process.
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