Seats in top colleges like LSR, SRCC, Hindu and Hansraj up for grabs
Colleges under Delhi University released the second cut-off list for admission on Saturday.
Candidates can apply for admission from October 19 to 21. Those who had already applied for a course under the first cut-off can withdraw and transfer to a course and college of their choice.
The cut-off lists are available on DU’s official website along with the website of the colleges. A third cut-off list is expected next week.
Here’s a list of cut-off marks for some top colleges:
Lady Shri Ram College
While the first cut-off list was 100% for three subjects, the second list has opened up selections for a wider section of candidates.
Shri Ram College of Commerce
One of the leading commerce colleges in the country, SRCC admissions are extremely competitive every year, and this year’s second cut-off list has seen a marginal drop in the percentage.
The college has closed admissions to BA (Hons) Hindi, BA (Hons) History, BA (Hons) Sanskrit, apart from various BSc programmes such as Mathematics, Botany and Anthropology. Cut-offs for several other courses have been revised.
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College
This college, known for its science and arts departments, has a more relaxed second list cut-off.
Kirori Mal College
The college has closed admissions to BA (Hons) Economics and BA (Hons) History, but cut-offs for other courses have been revised.
Admissions to BA (Hons) English, BA (Hons) Hindi, BA (Hons) History, BA (Hons) Political Science, BA (Hons) Sanskrit, Bsc (Hons) Physics, Bsc (Hons) Chemistry and Bsc (Hons) Zoology are closed, revised cut-offs for vacant seats in some courses have been released.
Admissions to BA (Hons) Economics have been closed. Students interested in other courses have a second window of opportunity in the following courses.
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