Thursday, June 19, 2008
The collegee cut-off list has hiked the marks almost uniformly across all the courses by 1-2%.cut-off for the Commerce stream for Economics (Hons) is 96% this year, down from 97% last year, for science students, there is a 0.5% drop, with the cut-off at 94.5%. For the humanities stream though, the cut-off remains at last year's 94%. The college has hiked marks for other courses, including Maths (Hons). While the cut-off for science students is 93%, a hike of one per cent, for commerce students, it's been kept at 93% too, a hike of two per cent over last year. Other courses to see an increase are the BA programme, Physics and, surprisingly enough, Sanskrit which has seen jump of 2% from last year, at 63%. For humanities students, there's a huge jump in History (Hons) as well —the cut-off has gone up by a whopping 4% over last year to 88.there's a differential of almost 10% in the cut-off for the English (Hons) programme between the commerce stream (98%) and those from humanities (88%).