Popular courses still figure on varsity's third cut-off list

Popular courses still figure on varsity's third cut-off list

Popular courses still figure in the third cut-off list issued by some top Delhi University colleges, bringing a flicker of hope for admission seekers.

The sought-after courses still appear in the third cut-off list of Lady Shri Ram College. For Economics, BCom and Mathematics, students now need one mark less in their best-of-four aggregate. The college has also reduced the cut-off for English by 0.75 per cent or by three marks.

A few reserved seats at Shri Ram College of Commerce are also up for grabs.
At other North Campus colleges like Hindu, Hansraj, Miranda House and SGTB Khalsa, admissions are still open for certain Arts and Commerce courses.

Hansraj College has kept its door open for admission seekers in Honours courses like English, Economics, History and BCom. The cut-off set by the college for BCom is in the range of 96.75–98.75 per cent, which is the highest percentage requirement in the third list.

At Hindu College, admissions are still open in Honours programme in English, BCom, Economics, Philosophy and Sociology.

Fresh cut-off

A few colleges have also reopened admissions to courses that were closed in the second list. Kamla Nehru College, for instance, has issued a fresh cut-off for English Honours programme after skipping the course in its second list.

The new marker set by the college is 93.5–96 per cent.

IP College, which had closed admissions for History (Hons) in the second list, has set the admission marker at 91-94 per cent in the third list.

But top colleges like Gargi, Kirori Mal and Ramjas have closed admissions to many of their courses in Arts and Commerce.


Seats have also been filling up fast in Science courses like Mathematics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.

Only a handful of colleges are now offering these courses.

Ramjas College whichis popular for its Science courses has posted a cut-off of 94.5-95.25 per cent for Mathematics (Hons).

Admissions to BSc Computer Science are still on at most colleges.

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, which posed a stiff competition with its 100 per cent cut-off for the Computer Science programme for non-Science aspirants, is one of the few aberrations, as it didn’t issue a third cut-off for general and disabled category.

The college had reduced the cut-off by 2 per cent in their second list.

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