New Delhi: Delhi University has released the second cut off list for admission, where some popular courses under most colleges have closed. The second cut off offered a little deduction of the range of 0.25 per cent under the announced update.
Half of the seats under Delhi University have already filled in the first cut off when as many as 36.130 candidates have completed the admission process for the undergraduate level. Apart from this, some colleges are still hovering close to 100 per cent cut off for the courses. The colleges like Hindu, Hansraj and Jesus & mary have already completed the admission and closed the window for candidates this year.
The university provides a ray of hope to the candidates who are willing to obtain admission under courses like BA (Honours) in history and BA (Honours) economics. Both courses are available for the candidates with slight a decline in cut off.
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya and Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business had to reduce the cut-off for BSc (Honours) Computer Science because earlier in the first cut off, the course had updated with 100 per cent, and no candidates had shown interest. At present, the course cut off has been brought down to 98.5 per cent.
One of the most attractive and demandable programmes amongst the students, BCOM has seen a slight deduct to 98.75 per cent under the Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College. The Shri Shyam college that earlier set a 100 per cent cut off for the BA (Honours) economics and BCOM (Honours) has reduced the cut-off marks to 99.75 per cent and 99.12 per cent for the candidate in the second cut off.
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Some other colleges stick at the earlier update made in the first cut off and did not drop a marginal number for any programmes; Ramjas colleges have two vacant seats for BA (Honours) Political Science with an accurate 100 per cent cut off.
Indeed, some colleges like Janki Devi Memorial, Gargi, and Dyal Singh College have closed their admission session for 2021. However, students still have had good and prominent colleges available in the north campus like Hindu, Indraprastha college for women and Hansraj college. Those “ who cannot find a seat in the second” will have a chance soon in the next cut-offs.
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