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DU cut-offs 2021 to be highest of all times as over 70,000 students scoring more than 95 per cent in CBSE Class 12 Boards

Du cut off 2021

With over 70,000 students scoring more than 95 per cent in CBSE Class 12 Boards, the Delhi University cut-offs are going to be on the higher side than previous years, according to college principals.

With more than 70,000 students earning more than 95 percent of the CBSE Class 12 Boards, Delhi University's graduation will be on the higher side than in previous years, according to college officials.

They said the exact picture would be clear once registration started but they unanimously agreed to speculate on a higher cut than last year.

The enrollment process for the nearly 70,000 seats available in undergraduate courses will begin on August 2.

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Anju Srivastava, principal of Hindu College, said they would go on to earn points from state boards, CBSEs and ISCs.

"With the high number of students hitting more than 95 percent, there is nothing we can do but keep the high side cut. We have fewer seats in each class and without the highest cut, we end up.

Rama Sharma, principal at Hansraj College, said they would wait for full details.

It will be studied. It will increase more than last year but whether the increase will be 0.5 percent or one percent and any course, it will have to be seen. Also, other popular subjects like B.Com (Hons), BA (Hons) English, Political Science (Hons) it is likely to see a reduction in high levels, "he said.

Manoj Sinha, principal of Aryabhatta College, said the exact picture would be clear when applications were received but said the cut was expected to increase this year.

Rajeev Gupta, chairman, of Admissions, said the first decision list could be released between September 8-10. Last year, the LSR had announced in the papers a three-percent reduction of three courses.

"Appropriate college admission committees will analyze this practice. It is difficult to say at this stage but seeing the numbers, the cut-off will be higher. Admission occurs on the basis of three or four major courses. And students usually have 100 percent schools," he said.

He said a large percentage of students also dropped the NEET and JEE exams and opted for those decisions.

"CBSE has given students the opportunity to take physical exams if they are not satisfied with their results. There is also the possibility that students may not get marks on their boards. We will give students enough time to review marks if they do not have their marks," he added.

LSR principal Suman Sharma said they would hold a meeting with their college officials about the termination and saw that it was too early to comment.

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recorded the highest 99.37 percent in this year's Grade 12 results, announced on Friday, with girls highlighting boys by a low percentage of 0.54%.

The pass percentage increased by more than 10 percentage points compared to 88.78 percent last year. The difference between the pass rate for girls and boys was almost 6 percent last year.

The number of students achieving more than 95 percent has increased from 38,686 last year to 70,004 this year. However, the number of goal scorers between 90-95 percent dropped from 1,57,934 to 1,50,152.

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