Team Careers360|Oct 1, 2021
Hansraj College 2nd cut-off 2021 released; Admissions closed for BSc Computer Science
DU Second Cut-off 2021: The admissions for BA Anthropology and BSc Computer Science Hons have been closed for the unreserved category.
NEW DELHI: Delhi University’s Hansraj College has released its second cut-off list 2021 for undergraduate merit based admissions. Candidates can check the Hansraj College second cut-off list 2021 by visiting the official website of the college - hansrajcollege.ac.in.
Hansraj College has closed the admission for BSc Hons Computer Science programme in unreserved category. In the first round of admissions, the Hansraj College released 100% cut-off for BSc Hons Computer Science and 99.75% for BCom Hons and BA Hons Economics. The minimum cut-off was released for BA Hons Sanskrit programme at 72%. As per the Hansraj College second cut-off list 2021, overall cut-off score has declined from 0.25 to 2 percentage.
The cut-offs for BA (Hons) Economics and B.Com (Hons) is 99 per cent. For admission to BSc (Hons) Physics, the cut-off percentage is reduced to 99.33.
Candidates will have to apply for admissions against the Hansraj College second cut-off 2021 from October 11 to October 13. The admissions against the second Hansraj College cut-off list 2021 can be done from October 11 to 13. The admissions approval by the DU officials will be done by October 14 (5 pm) and the fee payment can be done till October 15 (5 pm).
Hansraj College cut off-list is prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates in the Class 12 examination.
DU 2nd Cut-offs 2021: Hansraj College cut-offs for unreserved seats:
2nd DU Cut-off 2020 (In %)
2nd DU Cut-off 2021 (In %)
BA (Hons) Economics
BA (Hons) English
BA (Hons) Hindi
BA (Hons) History
BA (Hons) Philosophy
BA (Hons) Sanskrit
BSc (Hons) Anthropology
BSc (Hons) Botany
BSc (Hons) Chemistry
BSc (Hons) Computer Science
BSc (Hons) Electronics
BSc (Hons) Geology
BSc (Hons) Mathematics
BSc (Hons) Physics
BSc (Hons) Zoology
BSc Physical Science with Chemistry
BSc Life Science
This year, DU received over 2.87 lakh applications for admissions to undergraduate courses which is lesser than previous year. Over 3.53 lakh students registered for Delhi University admission last year.
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