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Delhi University 1st. Cut-Off Lists - 2011 - 2012

CBSE figures this year have revealed that 2265 students in Delhi alone have scored 98% and above in mathematics this year. As maths is a compulsory subject for B.Com (Hons) in most colleges and for B.Com in some colleges, students aspiring to opt for these courses will have to face much competition.

Also, various college sources have alleged that the cutoff percentage for Economics (Hons) is also expected to be quite high this year as mathematics is a compulsory subject for the economics programme as well.

Principal of Shri Ram College of Commerce P.C. Jain said that the cutoffs for B.Com (Hons.) and B.Com as well as Economics (Hons.) were going to be quite high this year. 

"This is going to impact the admissions. Apart from CBSE, we also have the Maharashtra and Rajasthan board results and we have observed that high scorers are on the rise in state boards as well," he said.
 Cut Off List   Dates for Cut Off list   Admission Dates
First Cut Of List  June 15   June 16-20
Second Cut Off List  June 21   June 22- June 25
Third Cut Off list  June 27   June 28 †July 1
Fourth Cut Off list  July 2   July 4- July 7
Fifth Cut Off List  July 8  July 9-July 13

DU First Cut Off List 2011 of Science courses....

DU First Cut Off List 2011 of Arts & Commerce Courses ......

DU Cut-Off Lists - 2011 - 2012...

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No Common Pre-Admission Forms (Centralized or Individual)
There will be no pre-admission or OMR forms from the year 2011. The Delhi University has decided to scrap these forms completely at both university and college level. No students are required to fill any pre-admission forms in any format (Physical or online). However, if for the purpose of student profiling, any college wishes toregister students online, this may be done keeping the following points in mind.

a) No students shall be denied admission if he/she has not filled the online college student profile forms.

b) Filling up the online students profile form is purely optional.

c) No charges shall be collected from the students for filling up the online college students profile form.

d) All students who meet the cut-off criteria shall be admitted.

On receiving the cut off marks from the various colleges, the university shall collate these and notify them through print and electronic media as per the schedule. The cut-offs will also be uploaded on the University website. This time the University may declare up to five cut-off lists.

The system of changing colleges remains the same i.e. in case a student takes admission in College A in the first list and thereafter secures admission into College B in the second or subsequent list, he/she is free to change the college. The college must promptly return the documents to the student and the whole process should not take more than 24 hours. The fees from the former college will be refunded.

How will the Cut-Off Lists 2011 be prepared?
As has been the practice in previous years, the college shall determine the cut-off marks on the basis of the past admissions, related experience and the class IX result of the School Boards. The colleges shall convey to the university the cut off marks for the various courses (for the General and OBC categories), as per the schedule announced by the university. The office of Dean Students Welfare shall send the information regarding the results of various school boards to the colleges.

Colleges will have to follow the policy of - Admit All Eligible Students!
All students who have scored the required marks and meet the announced cut-off criteria shall be admitted in the college. The system of First-Come-First-Serve now stands Null & Void! The students will need to report the college of his/her choice for admission within the stipulated period, just after the declaration of the cut off lists by the University. The student may at this stage required to fill the college admission form and the University enrolment form and the student should then get his/her documents verified and pay the admission fees. The process of announcement of Cut Off Lists will begin in June second week. ALSO, colleges are now allowed to publish upto 5 cut-off lists, as opposed to the earlier system of publication of maximum 4 cut-off lists. Colleges will not be allowed to put riders like minimum marks in a subject as prerequisite.
 

PROS & CONS OF THE NEW ADMISSION SYSTEM AT DU!
1. The new system will push up the First Cut Off List percentage. However, with the option of the Fifth List as well, students will not suffer much.

2. The process has been simplified with a view to reduce the effort and time being consumed in the entire admission process. Students will get more time to concentrate on alternative rather than filling up forms.

3. THE SAGA OF ADMISSION PROCESS now wears a changed look. Students associated DU with CommonAdmission Forms. You're gonna miss that!

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