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Colleges tread cautiously, reduce cut-off by 0.25-1.3%

New Delhi: The third cut-off list of Delhi University, released on Friday evening, saw a dip of 0.25 to 1.33 per cent in many high-profile courses. The varsity, which saw a record number of admissions in the first two lists, treaded carefully in the third cut-off list.

Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College saw a dip of 1.33 per cent for BSc Zoology (Hons), which fell to 91.33 per cent against 92.66 the last time.

Seats for BA Economics (Hons) reopened at Lady Shri Ram College, which is available at 97.50 per cent.

At Hindu College, the highest cut-off is for 97.50 per cent for Economics (Hons), while BSc Chemistry (Hons) is available at 96.66 per cent.

Admission to Economics (Hons) and BCom (Hons) in the general category at Shri Ram College of Commerce was closed in the third cut-off.

At Gargi College, gates are open for BA Political Science (Hons), BSc Chemistry (Hons) and BSc Zoology (Hons). BCom (Hons) is also available at 96 per cent, with a dip of 0.25 per cent from last time.

Hansraj College, also in North Campus, has closed admission for many BA courses like Hindi (Hons), History (Hons) and Sanskrit (Hons). However, English (Hons) is still available at 95.75 per cent, having dipped by 0.25 per cent.

At Kirori Mal College, the highest cut-off reduction of 0.75 per cent was seen for History (Hons). However, six of its coveted courses filled, including literature courses like Urdu (Hons), Hindu (Hons) and Sanskrit (Hons), as well as BCom (Hons) and Political Science (Hons), did not make it to the third cut-off.

At Ramjas College, BA Programme, BCom (Hons) and Hindi (Hons) failed to make the cut.

Meanwhile, in South Campus, Sri Venkateswara College set the highest cut-off of 96.75 per cent for Economics (Hons). This is followed by 96.5 per cent for BCom (Hons) and 96 per cent for B.Com.

At Bharati College, all courses are closed, except Sanskrit (Hons), Sociology (Hons) and BSc Mathematics (Hons).

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (Morning) has reopened History (Hons) at 89.75 per cent and BCom at 94.50 per cent.

Among women's colleges, Indraprasthta College for Women has reopened Mathematics (Hons) at 95 per cent.

At Kamla Nehru College, after BA Programme and History (Hons) were closed off in the second cut-off, the third cut-off saw BA Psychology (Hons) and Mathematics (Hons) off limits too.

Keshav Mahavidyala has closed admission for Psychology (Hons).

Luckily, students still have options in off-campus and evening colleges. Dyal Singh College (Evening) has not closed admissions to any of its courses, with offers English (Hons) open at 91 per cent, Political Science (Hons) at 89, BA Programme at 86, and BCom (Hons) at 93.50.

The first two cut-offs of the University saw over 27,000 students being admitted to various colleges, against the sanctioned strength of 56,000.

The varsity does not operate on a 'first come, first serve' basis, which could be the reason why the dip has not been more than 1.5 per cent in many prominent courses.

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