The qualifying score for courses like the BSc (H) in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics was above 98% at many colleges. While most institutions set the threshold at 1-2% higher than last year, Bhaskaracharya College opted for a larger increase in Physics (H), with the requirement rising from 93% last year. at 97.33%.
Statistics (H) were on the upper end of the cutoffs ranging from 98% to 99.25%, with the highest being at Hindu College at 99.5%. In total, nine colleges at the university offer the BSc (H) course in statistics. The lowest was 94% at Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences of Women.
While Kirori Mal College and Lady Shri Ram College for Women set the bar for BSc statistics at 99.25%, it was 99% at Sri Venkateswara College. Those applying for BSc (H) statistics at Mata Sundri College, Ram Lal Anand College and Ramanujan College will need to have obtained a score of 98% to be admitted, those applying to Ramjas College need 98.75% . Mata Sundri’s threshold represented a sharp increase of almost 6% from last year’s qualifying point, although most other colleges only saw a 1-2% increase in the threshold for graduates. statistics.
Science courses had to have high thresholds. As expected, in Hansraj, nine of the 12 science courses offered set the bar at 99% and above. While those who wish to pursue a BSc (H) in Physics must have aggregated 99.66%, courses like BSc (H) in Chemistry, Geology, Electronics, Mathematics and Zoology have required an aggregate of 99%, as has the BSc (Program) Physical Sciences with Chemistry and BSc (Program) in Physical Sciences with Computer Science. Hansraj has set a threshold of 100% for the BSc (H) in Computer Science.
Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College also requested the perfect score for the BSc (H) computer science course. The same course also had a high threshold at Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College at 98.75% and at Dyal Singh College and Ramanujan College at 98%.
Gyantosh Jha, Principal of Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, said, âThese cut-off increases were expected as the students achieved very high marks in their Class XII exams this year. We will know the exact number of students applying to our college once the admissions process begins from Monday. ”
Sanjay Batra, admissions manager at Sri Venkateswara, said that in data provided by the university to colleges after enrollment, it was not clear how many students applied for science and business. âAs soon as a student registers, he selects all the subjects. Suppose there are 350 students with 100% marks. We don’t know how many of them will opt for business, science or arts courses, âBatra said. “Last year there were over-admissions at several colleges and so this time all institutions are cautious and set high thresholds.”