The 5th cutoff list for admission to various courses in Delhi University affiliated colleges are out today.
The seats for many popular courses are available for admissions, but only in a few colleges. Now, only some of the colleges in the North campus have opened admissions.
The B.Com course admissions have opened at 8 colleges, including Ramjas, Kirori Mal, SGTB Khalsa College and more. AT Ramjas, B.Com courses admission have opened with a cutoff marks of 95.5% to 97.5%. Indraprastha College with 95.75% and PGDAV with 93% cutoff marks.
Hansraj and Hindu colleges have opened admission to Economics courses. At Hansraj, for Economics course cutoff must be between 96.5% to 97%. AT Hindu, cutoff must be between 96.5% to 98%.
For English courses, Hindu, Hansraj and Maharaja Agrasen colleges have seats with cutoff range from 95.55% to 97% for Hindu and 94.5% to 96% for Hansraj.
The B.A course cutoff has dropped from 88% to 86.5% at Hansraj, 84% to 82.5% at Bharti and 83% to 81% at Jesus and Mary College.
The B.Com course cutoffs has dropped by a higher margin, most significantly at Siddharth International School where it is at 76.5% now, down from 80% in the first list. Cutoffs have also dropped by three percentage points at SGGS College of Commerce (85% from 88%), Lakshmi Bai and Kalindi Colleges (82% from 85%).