Khalsa College Delhi Admission 2017 | Here’s How Much Cut Off You Need

SGBT Khalsa College, Delhi has declined its cut off percentage for admission 2017 to various courses under Delhi University. The third cut-off list for admission in various colleges for academic session 2017-2018 has finally been released by Delhi University. Students have been eagerly waiting for third cut off list, 2017 of Delhi University.

The cut off percentage in thirds cut off list has marginally declined in Khalsa College. The percentage of third cut off list is less than the minimum percentages in the second list by the colleges. Candidates can take admission under third cut off list by July 10, 2017.

SGBT Khalsa College, Delhi cut off 2017

There has been dwindling trend in 2017 cut off lists of Delhi University colleges. But SGBT Khalsa College has brought down the cut off drastically by 23.5 percentage points. Khalsa College has been known to have very high cut off among the North campus colleges. But this year college saw very few admissions during the first two cut off list of 2017, that too in minority categories. There has been a drastic drop in Punjabi admissions, it drops from 93.5% in the second list to 70% in the third list. Besides Punjabi, Hindi cut off fell from 94% in the second list to 82.75%.

SGBT Khalsa College, Delhi has put the first cut off for BSc. electronics at 99.66% but now in the third cut-off list, it has declined to 93.66%. Khalsa College, Delhi has released cut off for 2017 as high as 95% for a majority of its courses but coming towards the third cut off list, the college has significantly dropped its numbers.

Top colleges of Delhi University has declined the third cut off percentage only by 0.5-1%. The cut of for top courses remains in between 85-95%.  After the release of third cut-off list, it is clear that students with 85% can get admission to BA Hindi, BA Sanskrit, and BA Programme.

Along with Khalsa College (DU), some of the colleges have reopened the admission to various courses because students have withdrawn their seats. These seats were closed by colleges after the second cut-off list, 2017. Lady Shri Ram College has reopened admissions for B.A.(Hons.) Economics at the cut-off point of 97.5%. Daulat Ram reopened admission for political science, Kamala Nehru for commerce and history, and Kirori Mal for English.

In Miranda House, Delhi the admission to honors courses like economics, philosophy, and sociology have been closed. Even in Hindu college, the admission to various courses like physics, chemistry, botany, zoology, BA Programme, Sanskrit, political science, and history is not available.

Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi has few courses open for admission. The courses include economics, English, journalism, psychology and political science. Only few seats are available for psychology in Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi.

Kirori Mal College, Delhi has declined its cut off percentage only by 0.5%. Admission to botany, Urdu, Sanskrit and Statistics courses have been closed. Few seats are still available in English course at 95% cut off in third cut off list, 2017.

Important dates for 2017 Admission in Delhi University Colleges  

  • Last date for admission third cut off list: July 10, 2017
  • Payment of fees: July 11, 2017 by 4:00 pm. Seats of students will be confirmed only when payment has been received by the college.
  • The fourth cut-off list, 2017 of colleges under Delhi University will be released by July 14, 2017.
  • The fifth cut off list, 2017 will be out by July 18, 2017.

SGBT Khalsa College, Delhi University

Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College was founded in 1951, it is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. It has been one of the oldest and most prestigious institutes for Commerce and Arts in India.

Students must make a note that the last date for admission on basis of third cut off list is July 10, 2017.  Students must visit the different colleges according to their eligibility on basis of Delhi cut off 2017 till July 10, 2017 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm for morning colleges and 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm for evening colleges. Students after getting approval for admission are required to make payment by July 11, 2017 to confirm their seats.

We wish Good luck to all students and hope they get admission in their dream colleges.


Vanshika Bansal

Vanshika is the so-called Chandigarh girl pursuing BBA at University of the Fraser Valley in Canada. She is dedicated, passionate about work and believes in 3 major things - hard work, herself and her dreams. You can write to her at
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