After second cut-off, most students opted for B.Com
New Delhi: Under the second cut off, the Delhi University saw the most number of admission took in B.Com course. And around 4,194 applicants enrolled themselves for the B Com against the second cut off of 42 affiliated courses offered at the varsity. However, the number of students admitted under the different of BA program is higher at 8,847.
"For the 42 BCom courses offered at various colleges of the university, 4,194 students have been admitted. But, the number of students admitted under the different combinations of BA Programme is far higher at 8,847," said official.
It should be noted that 421 such combinations are offered at the university. This brings down the average number of students in BA Programme courses to about 21. Comparatively, there is an average of 100 students in BCom.
At the second place is BA (Honours) political science which has an average of 93 students admitted in 43 courses. At several colleges the cut-offs for the course was pegged very high. For instance, in Hindu College, the cut-off was 99 per cent.
BCom (Honours) at DU had the third highest average number of students at 77 for its 49 courses.
Likely to increase. Among all courses, SRCC has the most number of students admitted to BCom (Honours) with 465 students this year. However, with the first cut of the Delhi University the BCom ( Honours) and BA ( Honours) Economics, were finding hard to attract the applicants. Even top colleges like Hindu, Lady Shri Ram, Miranda House, Ramjas and Kirori Mal have witnessed less aspirant for the commerce couse.
"With the 54, 164 admission, the varsity has around 10,000 seats up for graps and with the fewer seats left most of them in the reserved categories it is most probably that the varsity colleges wont lower the cut-offs by much in the fourth list to avoid over-admission," official said.