The University of Delhi (DU) has opened admissions for some of the student’s favorite courses with the release of fourth cut off list. However, the cut off is only slightly less than the previous cut offs.
For B.Com (H) course, Hindu College had set the cut off at 97.75 per cent in the third cut off and the admissions were closed after that. Now in the fourth cut off, the admissions have been reopened with only a marginal dip in percentage i.e. at 97.5 per cent.
Besides, other courses available at Hindu College are BA (H) Sociology and B.Sc. (H) Zoology at 96.75 and 95.66 per cent respectively.
On the other hand, at Ramjas College, admission for B.Sc. (H) Zoology, which was concluded in the third cut off, has been restarted at 94 per cent cut off.
Other popular courses which are still available for students are: BA (H) English at 95.5 per cent, B.Com at 96.75 per cent, BA (H) Economics at 97.25 per cent whereas admissions have been closed for B.Com. Honors), and B.Sc. (H) Statistics at 96 per cent.
Talking about Miranda House, the college has closed admissions for most of the courses. Only courses open for admission are BA (H) Bengali at 61 per cent, BA (H) Geography at 96.5 per cent, BA (H) Economics at 97.25 per cent and B.Sc. (H) Botany at 94.33 per cent.
Alternatively, among off-campus colleges, many of them have lowered the cut offs but have also closed admission for most of the popular courses.
Based on the fourth cut off list, the admissions will begin today i.e. July 15 and conclude on July 17, 2019. In case, seats remain even after the fourth enrollment drive, the colleges will come out with fifth cut off list on July 20, 2019.