New Delhi: The Delhi University announced its first cut off list for admissions to the academic year 2012-13 late on Wednesday night. Among the B-Tech courses to be offered from this year, Computer Science and Electronics saw high cut-offs considering their popularity among the applicants.

With Ram Lal Anand College setting the bar at a perfect 100 percent for applicants of computer science, a significant increase can be seen in the cut-offs for Science courses in other DU colleges as well.

Physics and Chemistry remained the most popular among the students this year. Considering this popularity, a significantly high cut-off was set for the Science courses from last year.

Physics (Hons) has recorded a high cut-off of 97 percent in Ramjas and Sri Venkteshwara. Hindu and Hansraj have closely followed by setting the bar at 96.6 and 97 percent respectively.

St Stephens also saw a 0.67 percent increase in Physics from 95.66 percent last year to 96.33 percent.
Chemistry occupied the second slot in preference of course by students. The cut offs for the subject went up by 1 percent in Stephens College from 95 percent of last year to 96 percent.

The first cut-off issued by the university admission is of clear indication that admission to the new four-year undergraduate programme in DU will not be any easier. The second cut off list is expected to be out by July 1. Considering the record over 2.5 lakh applications accepted this year by the university, much relief is not expected from the second list as well.


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