Cut-offs dip for English Honours in DU colleges

 
Cut-offs dip for English Honours in DU c

About 21 colleges of Delhi University which accept Combined Aptitude Test for English (CATE) scores have opened their gates for admissions to English (Honours), as the university declared its second merit list. These 21 Colleges have minimised their cutoffs for both general and OBC candidates.

The Hindu College decreased the cutoff by 0.55% while Miranda House lowered it by 4.8% and Kirori Mal by 2.5%. LSR decreased cutoff by 2.58% and KNC by 5.32%.

Overall, it has been observed that for general candidates the cutoff has dropped by 10%, while for OBC candidates the cut-offs have dipped by 12%.

Those candidates applying under general category should eye at Satyawati College (evening) which has dipped its cut-offs by 10 per cent . IP College cut-offs have brought relief to students with a dip of 8%. Maharaja Agrasen College saw a sharp fall in cut off by 7%.

The biggest dip noted for OBC candidates is 12% at Zakir Hussain (evening) and 8 colleges have given 10% relaxation for OBC aspirants.

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