Follow Us:

Not a cakewalk to enter DU’s top five commerce colleges

SNS | New Delhi |

High cut-offs have been one of the biggest talking points of the college admission season. With undergraduate admissions starting at Delhi University and most school boards having declared their higher secondary results, the next challenge before the students is to get admission in the college of their choice.

Here is a list of the most sought-after colleges to study commerce in Delhi University. The cut-offs of the following colleges were the highest in 2016.

Ramjas College

One of the oldest colleges in Delhi, Ramjas is also one of the toughest to get through. The college has been considered one of the best commerce colleges under Delhi University, which is reflected through its high cut-offs. In 2016’s first cut-off list, Ramjas declared 99.25 per cent as the highest cut-off for commerce.

Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC)

One of the most popular colleges for studying in India, SRCC is also one of the oldest colleges for economics. In 2016, its first cut-off was 98 per cent.

Sri Venkateswara College

Following Ramjas and SRCC in the cut-off race, Sri Venkateswara College, popularly known as ‘Venky’, is the only South Campus college to figure among colleges with highest cut-offs in commerce under Delhi University. In 2016, its cut-off was 97.7 per cent.

Hansraj College

Located in North Campus, Hanraj College was established in 1948. With 5,000 students, the college offers programmes in all the three streams, science, arts and commerce, but it is best known for its commerce programmes. Hansraj also has one of the highest cut-offs in commerce. Its cut-off for the BCom (Hons) programme in 2016 was 97.7 per cent.

Kirori Mal College

Kirori Mal College in North Campus is also known for theatre and arts as it is for commerce. Established in 1954, the college has an A+ accreditation from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, which explains its high cut-off of 97.5 per cent in the first cut-off list of 2016.