The Delhi University has released the list of third cut-off for admissions into its undergraduate courses. Admissions to top colleges under the Delhi University remained open, with a marginal dip seen in the cut-offs in the third list released by the varsity.
Admissions into popular colleges like the SRCC still remains open for admissions with a cut-off requirement of 97.25% for admissions into Economics (H) and B.Com (H). At Hansraj College, barring BA Honours in Hindi, admissions are still open for most courses such as English Honours, Economics (Hons), History(Hons) and B.com (Hons).
Admissions into courses like Economics and English are still open at Hindu College, it has closed admissions for courses like Sociology, Philosophy. Popular courses are still open for admissions in the third cut-off list at Lady Shri Ram College. Students require more than 96% marks for admissions into Economics, B.Com( Honours) and English.
Seats off campus colleges like Deshbandhu are filling up faster. Similarly, Mata Sundri College for women has closed admission to all courses in Arts stream except for Psychology and Sanskrit. Most seats in evening courses also remain open with percentage ranging from 60% to 90% cut-offs.
Even for the third cut-offs, the percentage remains high with colleges like IP college, Hansraj and PG DAV college commanding cut-off percentages of 94.75, 95.75 and 95 per cent, respectively. Of the 35 colleges that offer Economics Honours, 25 remain open for admission, compared to just 11 last year.
Compared to the previous year, seats to political science remains open at most colleges. Honours in English remains open at 37 colleges of the university, compared to 18 last year. Colleges like Gargi have closed admissions for Botany, Chemistry and Physics Honours. Similarly, Miranda College has closed admissions for Botany Honours and BSc in Life Sciences.
Students seeking admissions under the third cut-off list will have obtain admissions withing 3 days. The fourth-cut-off list will be released after 3 days. This year, the Delhi University has notified to release only 5 cut-offs unlike the previous year when 10-12 cut-off lists were released.