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1-10 % relaxation for OBC students

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Nearly 10,183 seats allocated for them


NEW DELHI: Different Delhi University colleges have offered a relaxation of 1 per cent to 10 per cent compared with the general candidates in the cut-off percentage for various courses to students from the Other Backward Classes.

The University has allocated nearly 10,183 seats for the OBC candidates in the wake of 27 per cent reservation for that category.

For B.Com. (Programme) the cut-off for OBCs is 83.75-88 per cent at Gargi College. The same course is available at Kirori Mal College for 91-95 per cent.

The cut-off for B.Com. (Hons.) at Shri Ram College of Commerce for OBC students is 90.75-94.25 per cent, while for Economics it stands at 90.5-93.5 this year.

For B. Com (Hons.), the cut-off has come down from 94.25-98.25 per cent in the general category to 92.25-96.25 per cent for OBCs at KMC.

To pursue Political Science (Hons.) will require 67-79 per cent at Gargi College, 88-90 per cent at Hindu College and 87.5 per cent at LSR.

At Miranda House, the cut-off for courses in B.A. (Programme) has come down by 10 per cent from 82-87 for general students to 72-77 for the OBCs.

For the same course, Maitreyi College too has offered a 9 per cent relaxation for OBC candidates by making it available at 65-80 per cent.

At Hans Raj College, Physics (Hons.) and Chemistry (Hons.) are available at 85 and 76 per cent, respectively.

I.P. College has reduced the cut-off for B.Sc. Computer Science (Hons.) from 89-94 for general category to 85-90 for OBC candidates.

For OBC students, Sri Venkateshwara College has dropped its cut-off by 4 per cent each in Botany (72 per cent) and Zoology (77 per cent).

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