Hansraj College first cutoff released for Delhi University Admissions 2019: Eco (Hons) highest at 98.5%, check @du.ac.in
Hansraj College, Delhi University has released the first cut-off list 2019 for undergraduate courses. In 2019, the highest cut-off stood at 98.25% for BCom (Hons) while BA English (Hons) and BA Economics (Hons) is 97.25% and 98.5%, respectively.
The admissions under the first cut off will take place from 29 June to 1 July 2019. While the second and third cut-off list will be announced on 4 July and 9 July, respectively.
Situated in Malka Ganj in New Delhi, Hansraj College is a constituent college of Delhi University offering courses in Science, Liberal Arts and Commerce.
Here’s the DU admissions first cut-off list for 2019:
|B.A (Hons) History||96.5|
|B.A (Hons) Sanskrit||72|
|B.Sc (Hons) Anthropology||93|
|B.Sc (Hons) Botany||95.66|
|B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry||96.33|
|B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science||97|
|B.Sc (Hons) Electronics||96|
|B.Sc (Hons) Geology||96.66|
|B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics||96.5|
|B.Sc (Hons) Physics||97.33|
|B.Sc (Hons) Zoology||96|
|B.Sc (Life Sciences)||95|
|B.Sc. Physical Science with Chemistry||95.33|
|B.Sc. Physical Science with Computer||95.33|
|B.A (History, Economic)||97|
|B.A (Economic, Commerce)||96.75|
|B.A (Hons) English||97.25|
|B.A (Hons) Economics||98.5|
|B.A (Hons) Hindi||86|
|B.A (History, Philosophy)||96.5|
|B.A (History, Physical Edu.)||96.25|
|B.A (History, Sanskrit)||95|
Here’s a checklist of necessary documents for DU admissions 2019:
- Marksheets of class 10th and 12th examination.
- Birth Certificate and three passport-sized photographs.
- For the SC/ST/OBC/EWS/CW/KM and sports categories, students are required to carry relevant documents and certificates.
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