CBSE 12th result 2017: After much speculation and drama, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) finally declared the class 12th result on Sunday morning. Raksha Gopal of Amity International School Noida topped this year with 99.6% marks while Bhumi Sawant De from DAV Chandigarh secured the second position with 99.4% and Aditya Jain from Bhawan Vidyalaya Chandigarh came third with 99.2%. However, the overall passing percentage came down to 82% from 83% last year. In all, there were 10,98,891 students who appeared for the class 12th examination and among the registered students 4,60,026 were girls and 6,38,865 boys.
Now, that the result is out the race to find the best college will start. While talking to media after the result was declared, Raksha Gopal said she hopes to get admission in Delhi University and that too in Political Science (Honours). Considering that she got she got 100 pct in English Core, 99 pct in History, 100 pct in Political Science, 100 pct in Economics and 99 pct in Psychology, she will definitely get a college of her choice. But what about you? To know exactly where you stand, check out the cut-off marks released by top Delhi University colleges last year:
1. Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC)
In the last couple of years, Sri Ram College of Commerce has been in news for setting very high cut-offs and last year was no different. The cut-off for Economics (H) was 98.25%, and B.Com (H) was 98%. So, getting in SRCC won’t be an easy task this time around as well. The pay-off, for those who do, is, of course, immense!
Watch what Raksha Gopal said:
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2. Lady Shri Ram College
Lady Shri Ram College is one of the most sought after colleges of Delhi University – it is not a co-ed college. Last year, it set a new bar for the students with the highest cut-off of 98.5% for Psychology Honours. Meanwhile, for journalism aspirants, the cut-off was set at 97.5%.
3. Miranda House
A favourite among girls, Miranda House has a legacy of its own. The cut-off for B.Com (H) at CVS was 98% and for History (H) it was set at 94%.
4. Hansraj College
Another college you could be proud to be a part of, Hansraj too demands great academic efficiency. Last year, the cut-off for B.Com (H) was 97.75% and for Economics it was set at 98%.
5. Sri Venkateswara College
Venky, as it is popularly called, is a local hit among the students for its academic as well as cultural brilliance. Last year, it set its cut-off for Economics (H) at 97.5%, while for English it was 96.75%. For History (H) and Political Science (H), it was at 96%, while for B.Com (H), the cut-off was at 96.75%.