Talking to media here he said, government will take care of this irrationality. He said, the vice chancellors and colleges should also take note of this. Mr Sibal said, this is painful for the students who secure 98 or 99 percent marks, but will fail to secure admission. Earlier, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) had pegged its first cut-off for its hugely popular B.Com (Honours) course at a staggering 100 percent for students who haven’t studied any of the commerce subjects – Mathematics, Accounts, Economics and Business Studies – in Class 12th. Our correspondent reports that most colleges have substantially increased the cut-offs to try and stem the rising tide of applicants. Among science subjects, the increase in the first cut-off marks, as against last year, is as much as 10 percent in North Campus colleges.