Delhi University will release the cut-off schedule of 2021 soon. The University of Delhi, has earlier mentioned that it will release the first cut-off list by October 1. Due to more candidates scoring above 95% this year in the CBSE Class 12th exams, the DU cut-off 2021 will be higher this time. For Delhi University’s UG courses, over 2.87 lakh students have applied with the maximum aspirants from CBSE.
The students who are interested to take admission in Miranda House can check the 1st cut-off marks for BSc courses from last year. In the College category, Miranda House has bagged the top position in NIRF Rankings 2021 this year. In order to get admission at DU, the DU cut-off is the minimum percentage marks required to be obtained by Class 12 board exam candidates.
List of opening Cut-Offs From 2020 For Science Courses
Programmes and Cut-Off In Per Cent (BSc (Hons))
- Chemistry : 97.33
- Mathematics : 98.75
- Physics : 98
- Botany : 97
- Zoology : 97.67
The university’s admission committee chairman Professor Rajeev Gupta, in a statement said that “We will finalise the 2021 cut-off schedule very soon. October 1 is a tentative date for the 1st cut-off. So we’ll plan to release the cut-off on that day. Also to finalise the schedule we will be holding meetings with college principals and nodal officers.”
For 2021 admission, St. Stephen’s College has already released its cut-off list and for admission to BA Economics, it asked 99.5 %. Candidates are required to score 99 % marks or higher marks in Class 12 board exams for most courses including BA (Hons) History, and the cut-off is at 99 % for BA programme and BA English.
98.5 %, 97.99 % and 96.33 % are the cut-off for BSc Mathematics (Honours), Physics (Honours) and Chemistry (Honours) respectively.