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High cutoffs at DU forces students to rethink

High cutoffs at DU forces students to r
On 15 June 2011, the darkest lunar eclipse of the decade occurred and similar darkness continue to cause some irksome restrictions for aspirants who wanted to grab a seat in some of the best colleges under Delhi University.

Delhi University declared the first list of cut off marks and one college claim 100 percent cut off. Apart from that most of the colleges have claimed skyrocketing percentages, which has been disheartening for many students.

Students from Mumbai, Kolkata and other big cities come to Delhi to pursue a course in prestigious colleges in Delhi. But, these cutoffs have killed their dreams. Now, many students who have scored 93 or 94 per cent  are also thinking  to stay back in their own city and try their luck in other colleges.

According to reports, a student from La Martiniere for girls, Kolkata, had scored a whopping 94 per cent in ISC with her best of four subjects being economics, commerce, accounts and English. But, could see her name in the first list. Now, she will be waiting to get a seat at LSR in its English course.

For any student scoring a 94 per cent use to be a distant dream, but when DU is claiming cent per cent scores, such scores stand no where. The aspirants for DU must be thinking that after attempting the board examination with so much dedication and claiming a score above 90 percent also, looks like a futile attempt. Has any one wondered what will be the fate of mediocre students?

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