Recently some Delhi University colleges raised the cut off for admission to 100%. ridiculous as it sounds, it is justified and it also points at the sad state of Indian education institutes. Why would a college have to keep 100% as cut off? It means there are not enough high quality colleges going around which means every student aspires to go to one or two top institutes. The institutes have to have a criteria for admission as well and therefore the easiest one is having a cut off. High cut off marks on the other hand also raises questions about how marks are awarded. Maths is the only subject where one can score 100%. How can anyone score 100% in English, Hindi (second language)? Or for that matter in economics or any other theory subject? So there is something wrong in the correction system as well. All in all, it just shows the sad state of Indian education system.