Admissions 2013

Delhi University announces 8th cut-off, Hindu reopens admissions for Commerce

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The eighth cut-off for admissions into Delhi University are out and with that is the news of reopened admissions in a few colleges.

While on one hand Hans Raj has finally closed admissions for Commerce, Hindu and Kirorimal have reopened admissions for the same. Hindu College, which had closed admissions for the course after the fourth cut-off has reopened admissions at the exact same cut-off at which it closed. You can now avail admission in Commerce at Hindu with a percentage of 96.25-99.25. At Kirorimal, admissions for Commerce are set at a barrier of 95.75-95.99 with a 3% higher requirement for non-commerce students. The college had closed admissions after the fifth cut-off, which was at 96-96.24.

Economics remains available at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce with a 0.5 point drop from the previous cut-off.

Journalism and Mass Communication at Kamala Nehru College has been reopened for the second time. Earlier, the college had closed admissions for the course in the fifth cut-off. However, the sixth cut-off reopened admissions for the same. After closing the admissions with the seventh cut-off, an eighth cut-off has been announced for the course at 91.5-93.5.

In terms of science courses, majority of the admissions have finally been closed. However, Mathematics is still available at Hans Raj and Kirorimal College.

The window for admissions has reopened for B.Tech courses as well. Miranda House had closed admissions after the fourth cut-off for B.Tech in Computer Science. However, now the course is again up for grabs at a cut-off of 94.5-98.

Admissions for the eighth cut-off will last from 23rd-25th July.

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

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