DU Admission: According to the data provided by the university, 60,904 applications were submitted in three days, 14,205 applications were approved on Thursday and 27,006 applicants paid.
Delhi University has received more than 60,000 applications for admission under the first cut-off list, out of which more than 27,000 students have paid. Friday was the last day to pay for admission and Thursday was the last day to approve college applications. According to data shared by the university, 60,904 applications were accepted in three days, 14,205 applications were approved on Thursday and 27,006 students were paid.
The Hindu College has about 2,000 admissions in 956 seats and almost all the courses for the unreserved section in the second cut-off list will be closed, said principal Anju Srivastava.
“We will be closed for admission in political science (honors), history (honors), Hindi (honors), BA program, philosophy (honors) etc. and almost all science courses. I think we will only have seats in BA.” ) Economics and Beacon (Hons), “he added.
About 1,600 people have been admitted to Miranda House and the final picture will be clear after the fee is paid, said Principal Dr Vijayalakshmi Nanda. The college will not open a second cut-off list for political science (honors), chemistry (honors), physics (honors), zoology (honors), where sociology (honors), history (honors), economics ( Honors) and some combination of the BA program, he said.
Dr Kalpana Bhakuni, principal of Kamala Nehru College, said the picture would be clearer after the final payment.
“Every year shows a different trend and this year, we are seeing the reserved department seats in our college filling up faster while the unreserved seats are slowing down. We hope that the unreserved seats will be filled. Second and third cut-off lists,” he said. .
The college has seen high number of admissions in Political Science (Honors), Economics (Honors), Mathematics (Honors), Sociology (Honors), Hindi (Honors) and these courses are closed in reserved sections and all possibilities for some seats. Remaining in the unprotected section. He said BA (Hons) journalism has been a low-driving, while the combination of BA programs in philosophy and sociology has become a favorite among candidates.
Aryabhatta College has so far got 301 admissions, with 86 admissions in BA programs in Political Science (Honors) and History and Political Science, 58 admissions against 25 seats and 61 admissions in B.Com program.
Hansraj College has a total of 458 admissions in science courses and 403 admissions in arts and commerce courses. A total of 70 admissions in BSc (Honors) Computer Science were made for which the cut-off was fixed at 100 per cent.
In Maharaja Agrasen College, 574 applications were accepted and 211 students paid fees and 161 applications were approved. About 192 applications have been rejected.
Almost all the unreserved and OBC seats of Bcom (Honors) have been filled while almost all the seats may be filled for the Unreserved section in BA (Honors) Journalism. The course has a total of 98 seats.
The college has also seen a good number of admissions in English (honors).