Admissions 2013

Delhi University releases sixth cut-off, general category seats still vacant

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The sixth cut-off for Delhi University college admissions is here and with that is the news of several vacant seats for General category students.

Commerce is still available for the general category in 16 colleges as compared to 23 colleges during the fifth cut-off. The number includes popular colleges such as Hans Raj and Gargi as well. Hans Raj still confident about its previous cut-off sticks to 96.5-98 for Commerce for the four times in a row.

In terms of B.Tech courses, while most courses are closed, Hans Raj and Keshav Mahavidyalaya are still offering B.Tech in Electronics. Computer Science at Hans Raj is finally closed after 5 cut-offs.

History at LSR is now closed while Hindu is still offering admissions in Sociology. Journalism and Mass Communication aspirants might have a reason to rejoice with Kamala Nehru College re-opening admissions for the course at 92.5-94.5. The course is also open for admissions at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce at 91.5.

Reserved category cut-offs still seem to be gaining momentum in colleges such as DCAC and Miranda House with several courses still vacant.

With colleges slowly bringing down the cut-offs in order to avoid over-admissions, general category admissions lasting till the sixth cut-off in popular colleges is an unusual affair for Delhi University. With what seems to be going on, it can be expected that a few colleges will also go on till the seventh.

Admissions for the sixth cut-off will last from Monday, 15th July up till Wednesday, 17th July. The seventh cut-off is scheduled to be out on Thursday, 18th July.

Links to cut-offs: Arts and Commerce | Science | B.Tech

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