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DU admissions 2012: Cut-off list for non-collegiate courses declared
Delhi University (DU) on June 21, 2012 declared the cut-off list for non-collegiate courses. There has been a hike in the cut-off marks required for securing admissions to non-collegiate women’s education board. Students seeking admission to non-collegiate women’s education board are not required to attend the classes regularly.
The cut-off marks for B Com (Honours) course at Hansraj College has hiked this year to 78% from 75% of 2011 for general categories while Lakshmibai College hiked its cut-off from 72% of 2011 to 75% this year.
Jesus and Mary College and Kalindi College declared a general category cut-off of 70% for B Com (Honours) course while Maharaja Agrasen announced 68% as its cut-off.
Non-collegiate courses are offered by 13 DU colleges under which classes for BCom course is conducted only at weekends spread over 50 teaching days.
The first cut-off list for securing admission to DU colleges will be declared by the university on June 26, 2012 followed by other lists on June29, July 3, July 6 and July 10, 2012. University will later notify about the conversion of OBC quota seats and further lists.
Source: Times of India
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