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Delhi University declares third cut off. Admissions re-open

The third cut-off list announced by the Delhi University (DU)

Sagar Mavani 

Delhi University, students
Around 250,000 students from Delhi compete for around 57,000 undergraduate seats in the 110 Delhi University-affiliated colleges every year.

As the third cut-off list announced by the (DU), the students applying for various courses are left with not too many options. However, some of the colleges have re-started the admission process for certain academic courses that were closed after the 2nd cut-off list was made public. Following the release of third cut-off list by DU, there sprang up a descending trend as most of the colleges bringing down the minimum required percentages. to some colleges are still open, on-campus and off-campus. The prestigious Shree Ram College of Commerce is no longer taking admission to B.A. (Hons), Economics and B.Com (Hons) for Open Category applicants. Only five courses of fourteen offered by Lady Shri Ram College can still be grabbed, though the cut-offs plunged slightly.

Colleges Reopen Admissions
The SGTB Khalsa College has brought down its cut-offs for more Earlier the college had announced its cut-offs above 95% for most of its academic courses. It is to be noted that the cut-off for B.SC (Hons) Electronics which stood at 99.66% has been brought down to 93.66%. Similarly, cut-offs for B.A. (Hons.) Psychology and B.A. (Hons.) Journalism which stood at 98.25% and 97.75%, respectively, are now at 98% and 97.5%. to B.A. (Hons.) Economics at 97.5% after closing in the second list are now open again.

The Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Board (NCWEB) on Thursday announced its second cut-off list, with the highest being 88% for B.Com at Miranda House. The NCWEB offers B.Com and B.A. It announced its first cut-off lists on July 1 (Saturday). The highest cutoff stood at 90% for B.Com at Hansraj and Miranda House. The Official Notification from the university authority mentioned that will be done on July 7, 8 and 10, between 9.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m., at its respective teaching centers. Daulat Ram College has also reopened to political science; Kamala Nehru and Kirori Mal have started accepting applications for Commerce & History and for English, respectively.

Fourth and Fifth Cutoff Lists
July 10 (Monday) is the last date for the closure of the to all the academic courses under the third cut-off list. Those seeking to change their colleges are required to cancel their previous admission else they will have to stick to the previous admission only. Colleges will be accepting admission fees till 12 pm on July 11 (Tuesday). Seats won’t be confirmed unless the payment is received. If after the third lists there are still seats available, the colleges will release the fourth cut-off lists on July 13 (Thursday) and fifth on July 18 (Tuesday).