Delhi University Cut Off for 2018 Admission to Increase as Thousands Score Above 95%

After the Class 12 Board exam result 2018, students have been applying for the admission in Delhi University for the session 2018-19. Although the registration process for UG admission is on at the University of Delhi, it seems the competition may get tough for the candidates. The first cut-off of Delhi University for the year 2018 will be out by 19 June, after which the admission process will begin.

On Saturday, CBSE announced the result of Class 12 for the year 2018. The overall passing percentage of students hints in the increase of the cut-off for the admission in DU. Check out much more details if you are willing to take admission in Delhi University from the new session.

DU Admission Cut-off 2018: Expected to get high than 2018

As per the Class 12 result declared by one of India’s largest Board CBSE, the passing percentage of students increased by 1% this year, whereas there has been also an increase in the number of students scoring 95% above. The number of Class 12 percentage will automatically increase the cut-off of Delhi University for the admission in Under Graduate course for the session 2018-19 due to high competition.

Even the overall National Level Passing Percentage of CBSE Class 12 students have increased to 83.01% from 82.02% last year. Also, the number of students scoring 95% & more has been increased to 12,737, which has been 2646 more numbers than last year. Almost 1.80 million students appeared for CBSE CLass 12 exam 2018 & even DU has received more than 2 Lakh applications for the admission in different UG Courses for the 2018-19 session.

Some more important details regarding DU 2018 Admission & Cut-off

A Senior Official of DU has cleared stating that the cut-off for 2018-19 for the admission process will surely increase as compared to the last year as per the performance of Class 12 result 2018. Last year the highest cut-off in University of Delhi was around 99.66% for the admission & this year the topper of CBSE Class Board Meghna Shrivastava has scored 499 out of 500 total marks.

Will the DU cut-off for 2018 go upto 100%? the mystery will only be solved after the 1st cut off list of Delhi University, that will be out on 19 June 2018. Till then don’t forget to register yourself for any of the UG courses in Delhi University for the session 2018-19.


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