DU B.Sc Admissions 2015 Cutoff
Apratim Chatterjee, 18 Apr 2015, #DU

DU B.Sc Admissions 2015 Cutoff will provide an overview of minimum marks to be declared by Delhi University Colleges for admissions to Science courses. Candidates will be admitted to the B.Sc courses for which they have applied in respective colleges once they meet the cutoff for DU B.Sc Admissions 2015. Careers360 will bring you DU B.Sc Admissions 2015 Cutoff declared by various colleges for B.Sc and B.Sc (Hons.) programmes respectively.

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DU Colleges will be announcing cutoff on June 25.

University of Delhi had announced admissions to B.Sc / B.Sc (Hons.) programmes for the academic session 2015 from May 28, 2015.

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Delhi University B.Sc Admissions 2015 Cutoff – The University colleges will declare their individual cutoff for various B.Sc/B.Sc (Hons.) programmes with First List to be published on June 25. Candidates can find below the cutoff for DU B.Sc Admissions of last year for various courses –

Mathematics – General candidates had to secure their best of four subject marks between the range of 82 and 87 for admissions in Mathematics (general) programme offered in various colleges of DU. While cutoff for OBC category candidates was put between the range of 65 and 75, that for SC and ST categories candidates was set between 62-75 and 72-80, respectively.

Mathematics (Hons.) – Candidates belonging to General Category needed to secure their best of four subject marks in the range of 82 and 96.75 for admissions to Mathematics (Hons.) programme in the DU colleges. The OBC candidates were required to secure the best of four marks in the range of 75 and 96. The cutoff for candidates belonging to SC and ST categories was set in the range of 70-95.25 and 68-93.5, respectively.

Physics (Hons.) – The cutoff for Physics (Hons.) course for General Category candidates was declared in the range of 85 and 97.33 by various colleges of the Central University. While the cutoff for OBC category candidates was put in the range between 85 and 96, that for SC and ST category candidates was declared in the range of 75-95 and 65-94, respectively.

Chemistry (Hons.) – General category candidates needed to secure between the marks range of 85-97 in their best of four subjects. On the other hand, the cutoff for OBC category candidates was put in the range of 82 and 95.33, and that for SC and ST category candidates was in the range of 72-94.33 and 65-92.5, respectively.

Botany (Hons.) – While General Category candidates needed to have their 10+2 (Intermediate) marks for best of four subjects in the range of 78 and 93, the cutoff for admissions to Botany (Hons.) programme as declared by University colleges for OBC category candidates was put in the range of 75 and 92. The SC and ST category candidates needed to have their qualifying marks (best of four subjects) in the range of 74-90 and 65-90, respectively.

Zoology (Hons.) – The cutoff for admissions to Zoology (Hons.) course for General category candidates as declared by DU Colleges was in the range of 79-96.5 and that for OBC category candidates was between 76 and 95.6. On the other hand, SC and ST category candidates needed to have their best of four subjects’ marks in the range of 75-94.3 and 70-91, respectively.

Life Sciences – The DU Colleges had declared cutoff for General Category candidates for admissions to B.Sc Life Science courses in the range of 76-96.3 and that for OBC category in the range of 71-95.5, while for SC and ST category candidates in the range of 68-94 and 50-91.33, respectively.

The University has 16 faculties and 86 departments spread over National Capital. The Central University has 83 affiliated colleges with around 150000 students in regular programmes and about 250000 students enrolled in its other programmes. 

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