DU UG Admission 2021: Under the special list, some courses have been re-introduced in the reputed colleges which were closed after the previous round, those who did not apply are now given the opportunity to do so.
The University of Delhi on Monday released a special cut-off list for candidates who were eligible for admission under the previously announced list but did not apply for various reasons. Under the special list, some of the prominent college courses that were closed after the previous round have been reopened, giving those who did not apply now a chance to occupy a seat.
Although the BA (Hons) philosophy in Hindu College is closed for admission after the first list, it has been opened under the special list. Course cut-off is 97.75 percent, just like the first list.
Even at Lady Shri Ram College, BA (Hons) philosophy was closed for admission after the first cut-off list, but it was available at 97.50 per cent under the special cut-off list.
Similarly, BSc (Honors) Mathematics was closed for admission in LSR after the first list but it has been re-introduced with a cut-off of 98.50 percent.
At Miranda House, the BA (Hons) Economics, which closed after the second cut-off list, reopened, although the required numbers continued to rise to 99 percent.
Kirori Mall College, which discontinued admissions in BA (Honors) Economics and B.Com (Honors) after the second list, has resumed admission courses for both programs with the required marks for 98.75 percent.
Kamala Nehru College has re-opened for admission in BA (Honors) Economics and is seeking minimum 98 percent marks.
At Sri Venkateswara College, BSc (Hons) Statistics and BSc (Hons) Electronics were closed after the second list but reopened. The cut-off for BSc (Honors) statistics stands at 98.25 per cent whereas for BSc (Hons) Electronics it stands at 96 per cent.
Admission under the special cut-off list will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and colleges will have until Thursday to approve applications. Friday will be the last day to pay. The fourth cut-off list will be released on October 30. According to official data, 60,155 students have paid fees under three lists and the university has processed 1,70,696 applications.