SRCC Cutoff 2018

SRCC Cutoff SRCC Cutoff 2018 - Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), one of the most sought-after colleges of University of Delhi, has released sixth cutoff on July 17, 2018. The second cutoff of SRCC 2018 was released on June 24, 2018. Last year, SRCC was the first DU affiliated college to release its cutoff lists. SRCC cutoff 2018 has been made available on both, online and offline modes. The foremost factor affecting the cutoff of SRCC 2018 is the ‘Best of Four’ subjects i.e., the average of the highest marks in any four subjects of Class 12th board examination. Candidates who meet the minimum marks required as per the SRCC 2018 cutoff can proceed to the college campus along with the necessary documents for verification and admission process. Candidates must note that the cutoff of SRCC 2018 will differ for each programme/course (B. Com. (Hons.), B.A. Economics (Hons.)) and every category (General, SC, ST, OBC, etc.). Read below for further details regarding SRCC Cutoff 2018.

 

SRCC 2018 Cutoff: Important Links

SRCC Cutoff 2018: Programme/category-wise cutoff lists

Candidates can follow the cutoff of SRCC 2018 given below to check their eligibility for admission:

  • SRCC First Cutoff 2018

Categories

B.Com. (H)

B.A. Economics (H)

General

97.75%

98.50%

OBC

95.50%

96.75%

SC

92.75%

94.25%

ST

87.50%

92.50%

PwD

86.75%

94.50%

Kashmiri Migrants

88.75%

95.50%

  • SRCC Second Cutoff 2018

 Categories

B.Com. (H)

B.A. Economics (H)

General

97.375

98.25

OBC

95.00

96.25

SC

90.75

Closed

ST

83.75

91.75

PwD

80.00

93.50

Kashmiri Migrants

87.375

95.00

SRCC Third Cutoff 2018. Click here to check the cutoff.

SRCC Fourth Cutoff 2018. Click here to check the cutoff.

SRCC Fifth Cutoff 2018. Click here to check the cutoff.

SRCC Sixth cutoff 2018. Click here to check the cutoff.

 

As per the resolution taken by the Admission Committee of Delhi University, even after releasing as many as three cutoff lists by the University Admission Council, in case of vacancy in any of the DU programmes/courses offered by SRCC, the college can publish more merit lists or cutoff of SRCC 2018 to fill the seats. 

 

SRCC 2018 Cutoff: Previous year’s cutoff

Candidates can check the following table to know the SRCC First Cutoff 2017 and compare it with the current year’s admission list:

 

SRCC First Cutoff 2017

Category

B. Com. (Hons.)

B.A. Economics (Hons.)

General

97.75%

97.75%

OBC

92.25%

95.75%

SC

92%

95%

ST

88%

92.25%

PwD

89.25%

95.5%

Kashmiri Migrants

87.75%

94.75%

SRCC Cutoff 2018: What is the Admission Process of SRCC Cutoff 2018?

The candidates who meet the required marks, as per the cutoff of SRCC 2018, in any programme can visit the college campus with the necessary documents. After the verification of eligibility and academic documents, the candidates must submit the fees for the particular programme and complete the admission process within the notified time period.

Hence, SRCC will be declaring as many as three cutoff lists (SRCC 2018 Merit Lists) for admissions in the vacant seats. In case, there will be vacancy of seats in any of the offered programmes for any category, Shri Ram College of Commerce will release two more cut off/ merit lists for the UG admissions 2018. Before declaring such merit list of SRCC 2018-19, the college will ask the already registered candidates to submit the online applications.

 

SRCC 2018 Cutoff: Factors affecting SRCC Cutoff

Candidates must keep in mind the following factors that are considered while producing the cutoff of SRCC 2018:

  • Best of Four Subjects – the average of the highest marks in any four subjects of Class 12th board examination (qualifying examination)

  • Programme – The undergraduate programme for which the candidate has applied for

  • Number of Seats – The total number of seats offered by/ available in the programme which the candidate has applied for

  • Number of Applicants – The total number of applications for the Programme

  • Cutoff Trend – The SRCC Cutoff trend for the programmes over the years

SRCC Cutoff 2018: Trends

Candidates can click the links below to check the cutoff trend of SRCC and compare the minimum requirements of marks in the last two years:

SRCC-Cutoff-Trends

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