After the first phase of admissions done and dusted with, the University of Delhi will be releasing the second cut-off list tonight. Before that, individual colleges have started releasing lists on their respective websites. The varsity has received over 2 lakh applications for admission into 60 undergraduate programmes.
The University has uploaded a consolidated second cut-off list for all colleges on its website. You can access it here.
Here are the live updates on the cut-off lists as well as colleges. (You can check the cut off list by clicking on the names of individual colleges)
College wise list:
6:55 PM : Maharaja Agrasen College has also declared its second cut off with 94.5% for B.Com Hons. The college also offers B.A Hons. Journalism for 93.5% for the general category.
6: 40 PM: Maitreyi College has also declared opened its portal which would declare the second cut off.
6:35 PM: Shivaji College has declared its second cut off with B.Com Hons having the highest cut-off at 96.5%. The college offers 1% relaxation to girl candidates for all its courses.
5:55 PM: Zakir Hussain College has also declared its second cut off with cut-offs for several courses going down. The college would be admitting students from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM starting from 1st July to 4th of July.
5:45 PM: Daulat Ram College has released its second cut-off with B.A Hons Psychology grossing the highest at 96.50%. Meanwhile, the admissions have been closed for several courses like B.A Hons. Political Science and B.A Hons. History.
5:20 PM: Kirori Mal College releases its second cut off with B.A Hons Economics at 96.75%. Admissions for course like B.Sc Hons Physical Sciences, B.A Hons. English, B.A hons.Urdu and B.A Hons. Sanskrit have closed admissions in general category.
5:00 PM : Shri Ram College of Commerce
The admission process for phase 2 will commence from tomorrow and will register applicants till July 4th. Candidates who meet the requirements can visit the college between 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on July 1st, 3rd, and 4th. The subsequent steps to complete the admission process can be found here.
Admission process under the first cut-off list culminated on June 28th, 2017. The first bout witnessed a low uptake, with the students experiencing technical glitches, confusion about the requirements, and the high cut-offs dampening the admission day reach.
If you want to withdraw your admissions from any college you can follow the procedure mentioned here.
We will keep updating the list as and when the colleges announce their cut-offs. Stay tuned!
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