Admissions 2013

Delhi University announces 9th cut-off, Venky and I.P. reopen admissions

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After exactly one month from the announcement of the first cut-off list for this admission season, DU has not exactly been able to wrap up the process. Delhi University released the 9th cut-off list for admissions on Friday, 26th July around 11: 30 p.m.

The tradition of admission reopening continues with I.P. College for Women again offering admissions for Commerce. The college had earlier closed admissions for the course after the seventh cut-off. Commerce is as of now available in seven colleges for the general category.

Sri Venkateswara College has surprisingly reopened admissions for Statistics and Physics. While Statistics at Venky was closed after the second cut-off, Physics closed admissions after the third. Statistics is available for 93 and Physics is set at a bar of 93.66. According to sources, the college has admitted 25 students for Statistics while a total of 30 seats have been allotted for the course.

Ram Lal Anand’s B.Tech in Computer Science is still up for grabs with the college accepting applicants fitting the cut-off of 92.75-97.75. A few colleges such as A.R.S.D, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya and Miranda House have declared that a few seats are available in B.Tech courses and it advised that aspirants contact the college directly.

Adding to all these details, a total of 17 colleges have not submitted any data to the University with regard to the ninth cut-off. This list includes colleges such as Hindu and Hans Raj. It can be assumed that further lists for these colleges are less likely to come out.

Students can avail admissions under the ninth cut-off on 27th and 29th July.

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

Former Web Editor at DU Beat, Gurman loves everything about the web and new media. Technologically obsessed at heart, anything related to gadgets, Android and keynotes is bound to give her an adrenaline rush. Tweets at @GurmanBhatia.

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