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DU completes 38.35% admissions; second cut off to be released soon

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DU Second Cut Off

The University of Delhi (DU) has filled 38.35% of the 62,000 undergraduate seats for the courses offered by the colleges under it. The statistics are for Tuesday, i.e. July 2, 2019, when the admissions were concluded on the basis of first cut off list.

In 2018, only 25% seats were occupied after the release of first cut off.

Now, the second cut off list of most of the colleges including Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) is expected to come out today i.e. Wednesday (July 3, 2019). However, the percentage will go down only marginally – ranging from 0.5%-1%.

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Interestingly, the Hindu College has registered more students than the seats available. However, the second cut-off is expected in some courses including Economics (Hons) and BCom (Hons). Though, the second cut off list will witness a marginal drop of 0.5% only.

The college has enrolled students for the seats available in courses, including BSc (Hons) in Physics, Political Science (Hons) and Chemistry and BA (Hons) in Philosophy.

Talking about Miranda House, the college witnessed highest enrollment in the first list — 1,157 students on 1,165 available seats. Few popular courses such as Economics (Hons), Sociology (Hons), Philosophy (Hons) and some BSc courses, will be available in the second cut-off list.

At Gargi College, students will be able take admission in the offered courses only after release of the second list.

The Kirori Mal College, which witnessed 1,060 admissions against a total 1,324 seats, didn’t enroll a single student in BCom (Hons) in the first cut-off list. Whereas, Ramjas College, which has seen 780 admissions against a total 1,700 seats, will close admissions for unreserved category in Political Science (Hons), Statistics (Hons), B Com (Hons) and some combinations of BA (Prog) in the second cut-off list. Though, percentage will be dropped only by 1%-2% for the available courses.

On the other hand, colleges like Shradhanand College, Sri Venkateswara College, Aurobindo College and Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) will have adequate number of seats available in almost all the offered courses.  Only admission to Political Science (Hons) offered by Aurobindo College will be closed for the unreserved category.

Notably, the university will conduct admission till July 6 (Saturday) on basis of the second cut off list. Post that third cut off list will be released on July 9, 2019 (Tuesday).

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