Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, New Delhi
This is mainly a question of your interest. However if you're unsure about that you can choose BMS since it has more opportunities for placement. Both KMV and Shree Guru Gobind are excellent colleges for the courses and have hardly any difference in quality of college.
DDUC is in Dwarka, so it might involve lot of travel but there are many who travel even more. Getting hostel is surely difficult for Delhi people. It is upto you to weigh all these factors like course, location etc and take final decision.
All the best!
With this composite score, I am sorry but there is not a high chance for you to get BMS in DDUC or KMV.
I would be able to help you more if you would mention your rank and category along with the composite score. You can comment down below your rank or visit https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/du-jat-cutoff to get information regarding the branchwise DU JAT cutoffs for different colleges in the previous years.
I will also say that the cutoffs vary every year depending on the number of candidates, their rank, the number of seats available, etc.
Hope that helped.
You haven't mentioned your category as it plays an important role so considering you of unreserved category I would like to tell you that the closing rank of DDU was 244 and 266 of KM.
I'm providing you the link in which you will get each and every information regarding the previous year cutoff or opening and closing rank of various top du colleges. Just go through this link and all your doubts will be cleared.
As your query is you want to take admission in graduation college and you are confused in between St. Xavier College Ranchi or Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College Delhi University.
I would like to tell you that it all depends upon the choice of your course, but more often I would suggest you that , you should go with Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College and the reason why I am saying so :
The choice at end is upto you but in my opinion Delhi University would be the best choice to go with .
I hope your query is solved.
Yes, you have done really well.
Congratulations on your marks.
There is a high to get dduc with these marks. rest depends upon cutoffs.
Yes you would face problem since you have given your priority to other colleges more than Deen Dayal Upadhaya College.
You might be alloted another college or if you have the rank for that college or you could be alloted DDU, if there is any chance to edit choice prefrence you should go for it.
Hope it helps.
acharya narendra dev is a decent college of Delhi University. But if you have options then you should definitely seitch your college. You should switch your college to dyal singh college. It is a very popular college of Delhi University and is famous for its societies. Also the location of this college is best in Delhi. It is located near khan market. The area is very good. Also the faculty of the college is well experienced and extremely helpful.
Hii,Delhi University has nearly 90 colleges.They have been divided into six zones namely North campus,West delhi,Dhaula Kuan Campus, South Campus, East delhi and Central Delhi.North and South campus colleges releases high cutoffs whereas off campus colleges releases comparatively low cutoffs and there are high chances of yours based on your percentage to get admission in off campus colleges.
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your chances are quite less with this percentage. But since you belong to sc category you may get admission in some of the courses of deen dyal upadhyay college. If you’d mention your course i can tell you more accurately. You should just wait for the later cut offs as you may get in the college For some courses.
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