DU cut-off, No Place for State Board Toppers

Delhi University(DU) released its first cut-off list for admission which seems to be not applicable for Rajasthan, UP, Bihar, Haryana, MP, Maharashtra and most of state board students except state board of some south Indian states when students gets good marks like CBSE and other central board examination. Cut-off touching a record 100 per cent in Delhi University's premier Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), toppers from the state seem to have a bleak chance in securing seats in most colleges of their choice. Out of total 2,097 students, who scored above 95 percent marks across the country, 818 belong to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Delhi region while only 97 fall under the Ajmer region including states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, as per CBSE figures while hardly any State Board students have such marks including Merit List holders from state.
It may be possible that toppers hailing from Rajasthan may face a tough fight for admissions in top Delhi University colleges," said CK Punnoose, vice-principal, St. Xavier's School. He said scoring marks above 90 per cent requires hard work and rising cut-offs lead to tough competition. According to the CBSE figures, this year almost 21,665 students had scored above 90 per cent marks, higher than total of 16,563 across 8 regions across the country.
HRD minister Kapil Sibal has criticised the Shri Ram College of Commerce , or SRCC, for setting its cutoff for admission to the B Com (H) course at 100%. Describing it as "unfortunate" and "irrational" , Sibal has asked Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Dinesh Singh to step in and remedy the situation. Sibal's concern has been echoed by political parties too. The Congress has expressed concern over the new cutoff for humanities and science students applying for commerce courses. RBSE Merit holders are also know thinking why i appeared from RBSE, i should have appeared for CBSE so that i could have got college of my choice. Now comes the real question, who will take measure to stop such repeating incidents where state board toppers are hardly getting chance for Sri Ram College of Commerce and other top colleges in delhi University..RBSE, State Govt, students, parents or Delhi University(DU).