Courses for students who have achieved less than 90%


The University of Delhi (DU) is expected to publish the first cut-off list on its official website du.ac.in and on the respective websites of the universities by October 1st. Admissions for most undergraduate programs are based on grade 12 merit by calculating the “best-of-four” formulas. This means that the percentage of the four top-rated subjects in Grade 12 is taken into account for admission.

Based on the 2020 cut-off list, here is a list of subjects and colleges that students who have achieved less than 90% in Grade 12 can take:

BA (Hons) Geography

Aditi Mahavidyalaya (W) – 80

Swami Shardhanand College – 88

BA (Hons) Hindi

Aryabhatta College – 80th

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College – 85

Bhagini Nivedita College (W) – 72

Bharati College (W) – 78

University of Cooperative Education – 79.5

Daulat Ram College (W) – 84

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce – 88

Deshbandhu College – 80

Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College – 84

Dyal Singh College – 83

Gargi College (W) – 83

Indraprastha College for Women (W) – 86

Janki Devi Memorial College (W) – 85

Kalindi College (W) – 85

Kamala Nehru College (W) – 82

Lakshmibai College (W) – 82

Maharaja Agrasen College – 86

Maitreyi College (W) – 82

Mata Sundri College for Women (W) – 73

Motilal Nehru College – 82

Motilal Nehru College (evening) – 76

PGDAV College – 82

PGDAV College (evening) – 77

Rajdhani College – 86

Ram Lal Anand College – 83

Ramanujan College – 83

Satyawati College – 84

Satyawati College (evening) – 80

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College – 84

Shivaji College – 84

Shyam Lal College – 86

Shyam Lal College (evening) – 88

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (W) – 76

Sri Aurobindo College (day) – 79

Sri Aurobindo College (evening) – 78

Sri Venketeswara College – 85

Swami Shardhanand College – 80

Vivekananda College – 78

Zakir Husain Delhi College – 80

Zakir Husain Delhi College (evening) – 79

BA (Hons) story

Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College – 88.5

Satyawati College (evening) – 89

Vivekananda College – 85

Zakir Husain Delhi College (evening) – 86

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (W) – 84

BA (Hons) Social Work

Aditi Mahavidyalaya – 83

Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College – 87

BA (Hons) Philosophy

Janki Devi Memorial College (W) – 89

Mata Sundri College for Women (W) – 80

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (W) – 79

BCom

Aditi Mahavidyalaya – 86

Bhagini Nivedita College (W) – 87

BA (Hons) Sanskrit

Bharati College (W) – 70

Daulat Ram College (W) – 65

Deshbandhu College – 58

Dyal Singh College – 72

Gargi College – 50

Hansraj College – 72

Hindu College – 78.5

Indraprastha College for Women – 70

Janki Devi Memorial College (W) – 45

Kalindi College – 45

Kamala Nehru College – 70

Kirori Mal College – 72

Lady Shri Ram College for Women – 70

Lakshmi College – 56

Maitreyi College (W) – 70

Mata Sundri College for Women (W) – 56

Miranda College – 75

Motilal Nehru College – 56

PGDAV College – 62nd

PGDAV College (evening) – 65

Rajdhani College – 70

Ramjas College – 77

Satyawati College – 60

Shivajo College – 72

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (W) – 55

Sri Venketeswara College – 66

Vivekananda College – 60

Zakir Husain Delhi College (evening) – 68

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (W) – 60

BA (Hons) Bengali

Miranda House – 70

Zakir Husain Delhi College – 67

BA (Hons) French

Institute for German and Romance Studies – 87.5

BA (Hons) German

Institute for German and Romance Studies – 87.5

BA (Hons) Spanish

Institute for German and Romance Studies – 86

BA (Professional Studies) Management and Marketing of Insurance

Vocational college – 88.5

BA (vocational studies) materials management

University of Cooperative Education – 86.5

BA (vocational studies) office management and secretarial practice

University of Cooperative Education – 87

BA (Vocational Training) Small and Medium Enterprises

University of Cooperative Education – 86.5

It is expected that DU will publish a total of five performance lists. The first exclusion list will likely be 100% for most subjects as the number of students in Grade 12 has increased with a score of 95% and above this year, including 70,000 students from CBSE. Due to the pandemic, the admission process is expected to begin online on October 4th. A record high of 4,38,696 students had applied for admission to undergraduate courses this year.

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