As the admission season (entire Admissions 2013 coverage) at Delhi University brings us to the fourth cut-off, one would expect that most courses should be ‘sold out’ in the General category. But several admissions, withdrawals and re-admissions later, the availability at a few colleges might mean hope for a few students. Though the official university announcement is set to come on 8th July, several colleges have already declared their individual fourth cut-off. While Hans Raj has closed admissions only for Botany and History in the General category, LSR is now open only for History.
Hans Raj is still offering admissions in Commerce, but the General category cut-off stays the same as the third cut-off at 96.5 – 98. There is a dip however in the reserved category cut-offs. The story of English at Hans Raj is a little different with a 1.5 decrease for Humanities students.
English hopefuls with a commerce background might have a tough time getting into Miranda. While the English cut-off for Humanities has been lowered to 92.5 from the 94 in the third cut-off, the bar that was at 97.5 for Commerce students in the first cut-off happens to stay the same even now.
Victimised by over-admissions, Gargi is closed for all subjects except for Commerce.
Ram Lal Anand’s controversial 100 for Non-science students wishing to pursue Computer Science is now at 98.5, while Science students require 93.5 to seek admission. Acharya Nar. Dev and Hans Raj are still open for admissions into the course.
Commerce aspirants can still apply in Hans Raj, Gargi, CVS, Kirori Mal, Shivaji and Daulat Ram College. LSR, Ramjas and Shaheed Bhagat Singh College have closed admissions for the course.
Admissions for the fourth cut-off will last from Monday, 8th July to Wednesday, 10th July.
All the best candidates!
Update on 7th July: Delhi University has released the official fourth cut-off list. Here are the links to the same – Arts and Commerce Courses | Science Courses | B.Tech Courses
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