Delhi University has shifted the date for announcement of first cut off from June 20 to June 23, according to reports.
While the schedule for entrance-based under graduate courses is yet to be announced, the university concluded the application process for merit-based courses on June 12.
St Stephen’s College under the University of Delhi on Wednesday announced the first cut-off list for admission to various undergraduate courses with the highest for English (honours) and economics (honours) at 98.5% for commerce students.
Students from humanities should have 97.25% or above marks in their Class 12 for English (hons) and those from science must have scored 98% or above. For economics (hons), students from humanities and science streams should have 97% or above scores.
However, the second cut off will be out on July 1 and third cut off will be announced on July 7.