DU B.Com Admissions 2015 Cutoff will provide an overview of minimum marks to be announced by Delhi University Colleges for admissions to Commerce courses. Candidates will be admitted to the B.Com course for which they have applied in the colleges once they meet cutoff for DU B.Com Admissions 2015. Careers360 will bring you DU B.Com Admissions 2015 Cutoff declared by various colleges for B.Com and B.Com(Hons.) programmes respectively.Latest: Check the detailed process of DU Admission 2016 such as important dates, eligibility criteria, application form etc.
University of Delhi will be announcing admissions to B.Com/B.Com(Hons.) programmes for the academic session 2015 from May 28, 2015.
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Delhi University B.Com Admissions 2015 Cutoff – The University colleges will declare their individual cutoff for various B.Com/B.Com(Hons.) programmes with the First Cutoff List to be declared on June 25, 2015. Candidates can find below the cutoff for DU B.Com Admissions of last year for various courses –
Commerce–The cutoff for General category as released by different colleges were in the range of 80 and 99.75, while that for OBC category was between 75 and 97.75. The SC and ST categories candidates needed to have their best of four marks between the marks range of 70-95.5 and 62-95, respectively.
Commerce (Hons.)–The cutoff for General category candidates for Commerce (Hons.) as declared by various colleges ranged between 83 and 99.5 while that for OBC category candidates ranged between 84 and 97.25. The SC and ST category candidates had the cutoff range marked between 75-96 and 65-95.75, respectively.
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