SRCC Cut Off 2020 - Shri Ram College of Commerce will start releasing the SRCC 2020 cut off after the UG applicaion window is closed . Candidates who wish to take admission in UG programmes can check the cut off of SRCC 2020 by visiting the official website of the college. The consolidated SRCC cut off 2020 will also be released on the DU UG online portal. The cutoff list of SRCC 2020 will be released separately for all the categories including General, SC/ST, Sports, PWD, OBC, KM and EWS. Candidates who fulfill the requirements of SRCC cut off 2020 are advised to visit their respective department within the scheduled dates to claim their admission. After the document verification process of SRCC 2020 cut off is over, candidates are required to pay the requisite Delhi University admission fees. The college offers admission to B.Com Hons. and BA Hons. Economics programme with the help of SRCC cut off. For more information related to the cutoff of SRCC like cutoff dates, admission procedure, previous years’ cutoffs, and so on, candidates can read the complete article.LATEST: DU Registration process postponed until further notice, due to COVID 19 outbreak
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Start date of Application
To be notified
SRCC first cutoff list
Document verification for 1st cutoff
To be notified soon
SRCC second cutoff list
Document verification for 2nd Cutoff
SRCC third cutoff list
Document verification for 3rd cutoff
SRCC fourth cutoff list
Document verification for 4th cutoff
SRCC fifth cutoff list
Document verification for 5th cutoff
SRCC sixth cutoff list
Document verification for 6th cutoff
SRCC seventh cutoff list
Document verification for 7th cutoff
SRCC eighth cutoff list
Document verification for the 8th list
SRCC ninth cutoff list
Document verification for the 9th list
SRCC tenth cut off list
Document verification process for the 10th list
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Best of four subjects - Average of the highest marks obtained in any of the four subjects of class 12th board exams (qualifying exam)
Programme - The undergraduate programme which has been applied for
Number of seats - The number of seats available in a particular course in the college.
Number of applicants - Total number candidates applying for the programme in the college.
Previous years' cutoff trend - The cutoff trend of the college for a particular subject over the years.
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Step 1 - Those candidates who fulfil the SRCC 2020 cutoff requirements for their desired course and respective categories need to login to the UG admission portal into their registered accounts. After logging in, candidates need to select the course and Shri Ram College of Commerce. Candidates will then have to take a printout of the admission form and submit it to the college along with the requisite documents.
Step 2 - Once the candidates report to the college, these documents will be verified by the concerned authorities. Also, their marks will be verified by the college to check if the candidate fulfils the cutoff for the concerned programme or course. The original documents will also be retained by the college to avoid multiple admissions during the time of admission. In case, a candidate withdraws admissions, his/her documents will be promptly returned by the college.
Candidates who fulfil the cutoff of SRCC 2020 for the course of their choice need to carry the following documents along with them at the time of admission.
Completely filled college application form (to be obtained from the college office)
University’s centralized acknowledgement slip/online registration for the admission 2020-2021.
University’s centralized Online Registration/Acknowledgment slip for the admission.
Undertakings by the candidate and the parent/guardian for curbing the menace of ragging in the prescribed format (available in the College office).
Completely filled-up University enrolment form (available in the College office).
At least two self-attested passport size photographs (as asked in the College Admission Form).
One set of self-attested photocopies of documents mentioned below.
Class X Marksheet/examination certificate of Class X examination (High School) for DOB proof.
Detailed Class XII/qualifying examination mark sheet.
Class XII examination/qualifying examination provisional/original certificate.
Recent Character Certificate issued by the Head of the Institution last attended.
Transfer Certificate from school/college (required for those students who have passed their senior secondary examination from outside Delhi).
Migration Certificate from Board/University (required for those students who have passed their senior secondary examination from outside Delhi).
SC/ST/PWD/CW/KM/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)/Ward Quota/Foreign Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) issued by the applicable competent authority.
Certificate issued by the head of the school stating that the candidate has studied and passed Hindi subject up to Class VIII (if the candidate has not studied Hindi up to Class X and does not want to appear for the Compulsory Hindi Test.
All the sports certificate (if applicable)
Along with the photocopies of the aforementioned documents, candidates also need to carry the original copies of these.
Step 3 - After successful document verification, the college will approve the admission on the UG admission portal. Candidates are then required to log in to the UG portal to remit the online admission fee. Candidates need to make the payment by the stipulated deadline for that particular round of cutoff.
Step 4 - If any candidate wants to withdraw or cancel admissions into the college/programme, he/she should first approach and intimate the college about it. It is only when the college approves cancellation or withdrawal of admissions that the candidate will be able to take admissions in other programmes/college.
(i) Cancel the admission online, and pay the requisite admission cancellation/withdrawal fee.
(ii) Take a printout of the receipt of the cancellation fee. The candidates have to show the receipt to the college where he/she was admitted initially and withdraw his/her original certificates from the college.
(iii) For admission in the new college, the candidates have to follow from steps 1 to 3. The candidates only have to pay the balance fee of the new college in which he/she is taking admission. In case of any extra amount paid by the candidates, the money will be refunded after the last date of admission to the bank account of the candidates.
Fee adjustments will be made accordingly and candidates will have to pay only the balance fee if the fee is more in the new programme/college.
No, the DU admissions are not on first come first serve basis. Applicants who meet the cut-off (percentage of marks in top four subjects) and the eligibility criteria of DU will get admission.
The cutoffs were released in both online and offline mode.
At least one parent needs to accompany the student for signing the relevant documents till the initial verification stage, after which the parents can wait in the waiting area.
Candidates applying for admission in B.A. Economics (H) programme of SRCC College must have studied and passed Mathematics at all qualifying exams for admission into the course, even if Mathematics was studied as an additional subject. However, it is not compulsory to include Mathematics in the Best of Four Subjects.
The college might release a maximum of ten SRCC cut offs. However, last year the college released eight cut off of SRCC.
Yes, it is important for candidates to fulfil the SRCC cutoffs announced by the college for the course they want admissions in.
Candidates will be given a chance to take admissions into the college only on the last date of the admission schedule for the subsequent rounds of cutoffs and only if the seats remain vacant.
Candidates who fulfil the requirements of SRCC cut off 2020 and complete the document verification procedure will have to pay the admission fee in online mode via debit card/ credit card/ netbanking.
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