Delhi University (DU) declared the second cut-off list for aspirants who are seeking for admissions in undergraduate programmes. Compared to last year, this year many colleges are increasing the required cut-off for various programmes. Few off-campus colleges have diminished their cut-offs slightly. KESHAV MAHAVIDYALYA GARGI COLLEGE RAMANUJAN COLLEGE SRCC MATA SUNDRI COLLEGE JESUS AND MARY COLLEGE JANKI DEVI MEMORIAL COLLEGE
Sri ram college of commerce - India's most preferable and dream college of students has released its First cutoff. Cutoff for Bcom Hons increases by 0.75 points from last year 2018. 2018 Cut off - 97.75 2019 Cut off - 98.5 Cutoff for Eco hons has witnessed an increase in 0.25 points from last year cutoff 2018. 2018 Cut off - 98.5 2019 Cut off - 98.75 Check out the first Cutoff by clicking here
Several of the colleges in the city under Delhi University (DU) have revised their annual fee structures for undergraduate courses, hiking it by at least Rs 2000 to Rs 8000 for the academic year 2019-2020. According to this year's revised bulletin for admission to undergraduate courses, several colleges including Aryabhatta College, Hindu College, Indraprastha College for Women and Ramjas College are having a fees hike in regards to the undergraduate courses. While some colleges have increased the fees by Rs 2500 - Rs 3000, for some others the hike is as much as by Rs 14,000 for one course. For instance, in Gargi College, the fees for the BA (Hons) in Business Economics course have gone up to Rs 41,220 from Rs 26,875 last year. However, the average hike in most c...
It's that time of the year again. A time when you're reminded that marks are indeed everything if you wanna get admission to the college of your dreams. Take for example Ramjas college that demands 99.25% marks if you want to study B.Com Honors over there. Soon, other colleges too will start rolling out their own cut-off lists. Which might go even higher than the one mentioned above. Allow Shilpa Shetty to perfectly capture your reaction while looking at the cut-off lists. However sad it may sound, but the same marks that once got you massive respect from your family and homies, now mean nothing. And the worst part is that you cannot even blame anybody. Because there are students who ARE matching that cut-off list! Of course, there'll be people who'll tell you th
Gurugram-based food delivery and restaurant discovery platform Zomato has successfully tested its first attempt at food delivery using a drone. The test was conducted using a hybrid drone which had a fusion of rotary wing and fixed wings on a single drone. The test drone, Zomato claims, was successfully and seamlessly able to cover a distance of 5 kms in about 10 minutes, with a peak speed of 80 kmph, carrying a payload of 5 kgs. Currently, it takes Zomato’s biker fleet to deliver food is 30.5 minutes. Deepinder Goyal, founder and CEO, Zomato, said, “The only possible way to reduce the average 30.5 minutes to 15 minutes is to take the aerial route – roads are not efficient for very fast delivery. We have been working towards building sustainable and safe delivery technology and with ou