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Delhi University announced the first cutoff list for admissions to B.A Programme / B.Com of the non-collegiate womens education board on Thursday, 21st June 2012 for the academic year 2012-13. Based on these cutoffs admissions to the above courses will be offered by different centres of the board. There are 12 centres in Hansraj, Lakshmibai, Kalindi, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, Jesus and Mary, Maitreyi, Sidharth International School, Maharaja Agrasen, Janki Devi Memorial, Mata Sundri, Bharti, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce and PGDAV College. The non-collegiate womens education board runs these DU courses for women in these centres.
These courses are different from that of School of Open Learning as the students need to attend classes which are conducted on Saturdays, Sundays and during vacation in the colleges. The courses have to be completed in 50 teaching days and the students sit for the regular DU exams along with other college students. For both the B.A Programme and B.Com, the cutoffs have seen an increase of 3 percentage points this year. For the B.Com course, centres in colleges like Hansraj, Lakshmibai, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, Jesus and Mary and Bharati have increased the cutoff by 3%, while Maitreyi has increased it by 2%. The highest cutoff is recorded in Hansraj College with 78%, followed by 75% in Lakshmibai and Bharti. The highest cutoff for B.A Programme is 76% at Hansraj College, up from 73% in 2011. The second highest cutoff is at Bharti College with 73%, followed by 72% in Lakshmibai and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee.
Courtesy: Times Of India
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