DU reduced Mark’s requirements a bit by issuing a second cut-off list

Covering more than half of the university’s 70,000 graduate seats, 36,130 students have completed their admissions process under the first cut-off list.

Most colleges have stopped enrolling in popular courses and some of them have reduced the number requirement from 0.25 to two per cent in the second list announced by Delhi University on Saturday. There is a glimmer of hope for students enrolling in courses like BA (Honors) Economics and BA (Honors) History, although some reputed colleges are still open despite the low marks.

Under the first cut-off list, 36,130 students completed their admissions process, filling more than half of the university’s 70,000 graduate seats.

Of the eight colleges that announced 100 per cent cut-off for the course, Hindu College, Jesus and Mary College and Hansraj College have stopped admissions. Ramjas College has two vacancies for BA (Honors) Political Science, which is why it has not made any change in the cut-off, which has remained at 100 per cent.

Deendayal Upadhyay College and Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies BSc (Hons) announced 100 per cent cut-off for Computer Science but with no candidates, it dropped to 98.5 per cent.

Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College wanted perfect score for BCOM program but reduced the question mark to 98.75 percent. The Sri Ram College of Commerce, which had cut off BA (Honors) Economics and BCom (Honors) 100 per cent, dropped to 99.75 per cent and 99.12 per cent, respectively, in the second list.

Colleges of Vocational Studies, Dayal Singh College, Janaki Devi Memorial College, Gargi College, Kamala Nehru College and Sri Arvind College are the colleges where admission in BA (Honors) Economics is closed. The course is still available for admission to prominent North Campus colleges like Indraprastha College for Hindus, Hansaras and women.

Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College has the highest cut-off for the course at 99.5 per cent, while Hindu, Kirori Mal and Hansraj have the question mark at 99 per cent.
LSR again topped the cut-off in BA (Honors) English with 98.75 per cent, while Hansraj was in second place with 98.5 per cent.
Some other colleges including Bharati College, Dayal Singh College, Hindu College, Kirori Mall College, Miranda House have stopped admissions for courses, while more than 12 colleges have stopped admissions in BA (Honors) History.

Among the admissions closed in history (honors) are Hindu College, Maitreyi College, Moti Lal Nehru College, Shyam Lal College and Dayal Singh College. Miranda House has issued maximum cut-off for 99 per cent courses, while Sri Venkateswara College has pegged it to 98 per cent.
Ramjas College has 100 per cent cut-off for Political Science (Honors), while LSR, Kirori Mall College and Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College got 99.5 per cent, 99.25 per cent and 98.25 per cent scores respectively.

Admission to more than 12 college courses, including Hindu College, Miranda House, Ramanujan College, Aryabhatta College and Dayal Singh College, has been stopped.
B.Com (Honors) candidates still have the opportunity to go to distinguished colleges.

LSR has set a cut-off of 99.5 per cent for B.Com (Hons), while Hansraj and Hindu have set it at 99 per cent.

Aditi College, Bharati College, Kamala Nehru College and College of Vocational Studies have closed their admissions.

In science courses, BSc (Honors) Chemistry, BSc (Honors) Electronics, BSc (Honors) Geology, BSc (Hons) Mathematics, BSc (Hons) Zoology, BSc Physics with Chemistry and Compatible with BSc Physics Cut-off. Hansraj College dropped to 98.66 per cent, 98 per cent, 98.66 per cent, 98.75 per cent, 98.33 per cent, 97 per cent and 98.66 per cent.

In the first list, the minimum number required for these courses was 99 percent

BSc (Honors) Mathematics is closed for admission in LSR but it is still available at Kirori Mall College at 98.75 per cent and Indraprastha College for Women at 96.5 per cent.

Admission under the second cut-off will begin Monday and run through Wednesday. Admission process online due to COVID-19 epidemic.


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