The official, a member of the admission committee, said the university will reach out to the colleges asking them to keep the cut-offs “realistic” this time and take a cue from the previous year’s cut-offs.
A Delhi University official on Tuesday said that the varsity will endeavor to wrap up the confirmation procedure for undergrad programs as ahead of schedule as could reasonably be expected and will cease from issuing the cut-off records past a specific number.
The enrollment for confirmation for undergrad programs started from May 15, Tuesday, (5pm).
The authority, an individual from the entrance advisory board, said the college will connect with the schools requesting that they keep the shorts “practical” this time and take a sign from the earlier year’s shorts.
In its official correspondence, the college composed that it will issue no less than five shorts.
“Five shorts are standard. We generally attempt to keep it inside this and endeavor to end the affirmations as quickly as time permits. Notwithstanding, everything relies upon how the schools react to this arrangement. We may need to issue more shorts if seats stay empty,” the authority said.
“We can just demand the universities to keep the shorts reasonable. Our part is just that of a counsel. Besides, the CBSE additionally has said that it won’t spike or directing imprints this year which will likewise bring about more sensible shorts,” he included.
A few universities over the most recent couple of years have been raising the rate bar up to as high as 99%.
A year ago, Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College, which requested 99.66% for the Electronics course, boiled down to 92% when the 6th cut-off rundown was out.