DU Admissions 2019: First Cut-Off Released, Hindu College Demands No Less Than 99 Per Cent For Political ScienceDelhi University Campus (Representative Image) (Seek1/Wikimedia)

The Hindu College of Delhi University (DU) has set a 99 per cent cut-off for those seeking admission to Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours degree in political science stream, reports The Hindu. The cut-off for the same course last year was pegged at 96.75 per cent.

The first cut-off list for admissions to various courses offered by the DU was released on Thursday (27 June).

The Lady Shri Ram (LSR) college has set the cut-off at 98.7 per cent for BA psychology. The Miranda House, ranked number one in the National Institute Ranking Framework (NIRF), drew the line at 98.25 per cent each for BA (Honours) economics and BA (Honours) geography. At Maitreyi College, the highest cut-off is for BA (Honours) economics and B.A. (Honours) English at 96 per cent.

BA (Honours) English, to which up to 1,42,970 applications were received, saw highest cut-off of 97.75 per cent at LSR college. Last year, the cut-off for the same course was 98 per cent.

The highest cut-off for BA economics (Honours) and B.Com (Honours) are at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) with 98.75 per cent and 98.50 per cent respectively.

For the science streams, the cut-off for B.Sc physics at the Hindu College was 98.33 per cent while B.Sc computer science at Dayal Singh College was 98 per cent, a marginal increase compared to last year.

The next cut-off list for admissions to various courses offered in DU colleges will be released on 4 July.

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