Colleges Under Delhi University Declare 100 Percent As Cut-Off

Sources claim that more than 353,000 students have applied for admission, while Delhi University will only be able to admit 62,000 students.

Neel Raju Nalawade

October 14, 2020

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The education sector in India has transformed into the most profitable business over the years. There is a cut-throat competition among students to get into the top ranking colleges of the nation. Every student strives to work hard and score marks in the board exams that will get them into the best college. According to the latest news reports, this year, several colleges under Delhi University have kept their cut off at 100 percent. This means that only those students who have secured 100 percent marks in their 12th standard Board exams will be eligible to get admission in these colleges.

The admission process has begun at Delhi University. Sources claim that more than 353,000 students have applied for admission, while Delhi University will only be able to admit 62,000 students. This means that students securing less than 100 per cent will have to try their luck at other colleges.

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