Admissions 2013

Admissions continue at Delhi University with release of 10th cut-off

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The admission season at Delhi University continues with the announcement of the tenth cut-off. Several courses have reopened admissions for general category students and seats in the reserved category are also waiting to be filled.

Under the tenth cut-off, Commerce as a course is available in a total of 14 colleges for general category students, a significant rise from 7 colleges under the ninth cut-off. These colleges include Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, College of Vocational Studies, Rajdhani College and S.G.N.D Khalsa amongst others.

Amidst major announcements, SRCC has reopened Commerce admissions for OBC and PWD candidates. The requirement for OBC candidates is set at 93.75-95.75, while the cut-off for PWD applicants is 74.25-91.25.

Kirori Mal College is still open for admissions for Science courses such as Physics and Mathematics along with Humanities subjects such as English and Economics.

Moreover, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics continue to be available at Sri Venkateswara College.

B.Tech in Computer Science is still available at Rajdhani College while Ram Lal Anand is giving admissions for the course upon previous cancellations.

Students can seek admissions under the 10th cut-off on the 30th and 31st of July.

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

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