Admissions 2013

DU Colleges release fifth cut-off, most courses closed

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As the announcements for the fifth cut-off roll out, it can be expected that the admission season is about to head to a close. While commerce is still open at Gargi and Kirorimal College, LSR will still be offering History at 93.75.

Barring a few courses, majority courses are now closed in most colleges. Commerce is now available only in 23 colleges out of the overall number of 52.

Philosophy and History courses were closed in the fourth cut-off at Gargi. However, the college is now offering seats in the two with the bar at 83.25-87.25 for History and 81-85 for Philosophy. At Ramjas, several courses have started closing for the reserved categories. Ramjas’ Political Science general category cut-off stays the same at 91.5-95.5, while the course is closed for all reserved categories now.

At LSR, while all courses are closed, History is still up for grabs at 93.75. After three consecutive lists, Commerce at Hans Raj is still stuck at 96.5-98. Economics is finally closed at the college now. Science courses such as Physics, Zoology, Botany, Maths and Geology are closed Hans Raj, while B.Tech in Computer Science and Electronics is still available.

When taken a look at the entire B.Tech cut-off, barring the aforementioned college and three others, the general category admissions have been closed.

Overall, the heightened start to the admission season is now surely walking towards the end. With majority of the admissions done, it can be expected that the next cut-off might just be a concluding affair for general category admissions. However, as previously reported, reserved category admissions haven’t picked up in most colleges.

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