Chaudhary further added, ''Of these 15 courses, we only received cut-offs for three courses ? BCom, BSc (non-medical) and Bachelors of Tourism Management (BTM).'' The cut- off for B.Com was 91 per cent while for B.Sc it was 93 per cent in the General category.
A student said that she was eagerly waiting for the cut- off since Wednesday morning and now she had to wait for a day more. She faced the same problems as the others when she applied online, seeking admission in Bachelor of Arts.
The three Government colleges, which will open on July 16, have received about 26,000 applications till now and were hopeful that the complete cut- off list would be updated by Wednesday night but, were disappointed as the cut-off list has not been released till now.
The last year's cut- off at the Gurgaon government college was 66.2 per cent for Bachelor of Arts and 78.4 per cent for B.Com in general category. Whereas, Delhi University's first cut- off list's highest percentage for 2014 was for B.com (hons.) with 98 per cent followed by 94 percent for Bachelor of Arts.