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High Cut-Off Lists to Make Jobs Difficult for Majority of 10+2 Students

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High Cut-Off Lists to Make Jobs Difficult for Majority of 10+2 Students

June 26
05:22 2015

du admisNew Delhi, Friday, June 26 – Admission in a Delhi University college has never been a cake walk for the students eying an entry the prestigious institute.

High cut-offs by top colleges of the city are shattering dreams of many teenagers who thought of pursuing a course of their choice in the new session of 2015.

Students with low and average grades in Class 12th are finding hard to make a way in the colleges that come under Delhi University.

They wish to see their names in the list of the candidates who made this year but chances of becoming a part of eminent colleges are high for those with best of four score in 10+2 more than 90 percent.

Here is to mention that Delhi University receives applications from the students residing in different corners.  Due to rise in number of applications received this year, colleges affiliated with the university of Delhi are raising cut-offs. The first list by a few colleges disappointed many as the cut-off reached 100 percent mark.

Students as well as parents are waiting for 2nd and 3rd cut-off lists that could probably show some ray of hope. More than a few applicants belonging to science, arts and commerce have applied in different universities too in order to avoid unnecessary a gap of a year.

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