Vagisha Kaushik|Nov 8, 2021
DU Special Cut-Off 2021: JMC reopens admission to BCom (Hons), BCom Pass
Jesus and Mary College released the special cut-off 2021 for admission to three of its undergraduate courses. The college reopened admission to BCom (Hons) 98%, and BCom at 97.25%.
NEW DELHI: The Jesus and Mary College released the special cut-off 2021 for admission to three of its undergraduate courses. The college has reopened the admission to two of its courses. The college set the special cut-off for two of its reopened courses, B.Com (Hons) at 98% and B.Com at 97.25%. JMC had not released the third cut-off for these two courses.
The college also released the special cut-off for BA (Hons) Hindi. The marks required for admission to BA (Hons) Hindi is 64%. Candidates seeking admission in BA (Hons)Hindi should have scored minimum 70 marks in Hindi in Class 12 board exams, and should have studied English and Hindi till Class 12.
The college closed the admission to its top courses like BA (Hons) in English, Economics, Political Science, History, Psychology among others and did not release any special cut-off. JMC had closed admission to most of the courses for undergraduate merit based programmes except for BA (Hons) Hindi, BVoc Retail Management & IT and BVoc Healthcare Management. The college had released the third cut off marks for BA (Hons) Hindi at 64%.
The admission process under special cut-off list will begin from October 26 (10am) and continue till October 27 (11:59pm). The colleges have to complete approvals for admission against Special Cut-Off by October 28 (5pm). The last date for the payment by candidates under special cut off will be October 29 (5 pm).
The JMC fourth and fifth cut-off list 2021 will be released on October 30 and November 8, respectively. These cutoffs will be declared if there are vacant seats available in DU colleges.
As per the data shared by the university, over 58,000 students have secured admissions in different undergraduate courses under three cut-off lists. DU cut-off is prepared using the best of four calculations of Delhi University, which consider three academic and one elective subject. The university offers around a total of 70,000 seats at various undergraduate programmes in its 64 colleges. The Delhi University has received over 1.70 lakh applications for various undergraduate programmes so far under the three cut-off lists, according to official data.
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