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Cutoffs raised for subjects in Science, Commerce

Cutoffs raised for subjects in Science,
According to the cut-off lists announced on 15 June, the Sri Ram College of Commerce declared 100 per cent cut off as the aggregate for admission to its much sought after B Com Honours course. This is for those students who have not pursued Commerce at the plus-two level.

At Hindu College, for non-commerce students the cutoff required is 99%, while commerce students should have 95.5 per cent to secure a seat in the B Com Honours course. Kirori Mal College and Lady Shri Ram College have come out with 97% as the first cut-off for the course.

Hansraj College famous for its science stream courses have also raised their cut-offs by 9 per cent for chemistry. For Physics and Zoology the college has declared a rise in the cut-offs by 5%. For Botany, the cut-offs have risen by 6 per cent.

Apart from these crazy cut offs, one thing is worth noting that environmental studies can be included as one of the best four aggregate in all Indian universities, DU does not recognize it. Therefore, the only hope left now is on the second list.

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