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The first cut-off list for colleges under the Delhi University (DU) is out, and unlike previous years, there are no colleges asking for a 100 percent result for admission.

The first cut-off list, which was released in the early hours of Thursday, June 30, can be viewed HERE.

Further lists, as and when they are released, can be viewed in the 2016 Admissions section of the Delhi University official website. The section can be accessed HERE.

Meanwhile, the full schedule for the admissions process can be found HERE.

Further queries regarding the variations in percentage in cut-offs for admission to a specific college can be addressed to that specific respective college on Thursday, the DU said in a statement that was also released on Thursday.

Admissions will begin Thursday for the DU courses, which have received more than 2.5 lakh applications.

Although no college has a 100 percent cut-off in the first list, unlike last time, Ramjas College has asked for a 99.25 percent result in the general category for admissions to its BCom Honours course. It has also asked for 98.75 percent in the general category for admission to the BCom course and 98.5 percent for admission to the for Economics Honours course.

Of the other colleges, the cut-off for admission to Hansraj College is the same in all streams, the highest being 98 percent for Economics Honours, while the Sri Ram College of Commerce had its cut-offs at 98.25 percent for admission to Economics Honours and 98 percent for admission to BCom Honours.

Miranda House's cut-offs for admission to science courses are unchanged.

This is the first time time the entire DU admissions process has gone online. Even the initial registration, from June 1 to June 22, was online. However, that did not alleviate aspirants' tribulations, as cyber cafes charged a bomb for form-filling and students' unions looked to cash in on the problem.