The University of Delhi declared the release of its 10th Cut Off list. This list is especially for the students of the general category since some colleges still have vacant seats for the general category. The list comes in the wake of the creation of vacancies in several colleges for the general category seats.
The University of Delhi has 56000 seats in 61 colleges. This year the university aimed at filling all the seats meant for the reserved categories. Having done so, the University now opens its door for the general category students. Earlier the University organised a special drive which aimed to fill up the seats in various colleges for the reserved categories. This was to fill up the seats meant for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Castes, People with Disabilities, Children of War Widows, Kashmiri Migrants as well as those under sports and extra-curricular activities quota.
While speaking to The Indian Express Gurpreet Singh Tuteja, the Deputy Dean, Students’ Welfare, and a member of the admissions committee told, “This list will be for colleges which have seats vacant in a few courses. The eighth and ninth list was part of a special drive for those in reserved categories. Hence, we are keeping the 10th list for general candidates.”
According to the report by the Indian Express, this will be the last cut off list for this season, the admissions will be closed after this.
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