Coveted courses in many colleges reopen
Delhi University aspirants – who had missed out on a chance to secure coveted courses in the second cut-off – have got another chance, as some colleges reopened admission for these courses in the third list.
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) is the only college which closed it admission for the general category, while Hindu College closed most coursed, except BA(Hons), BSc Mathematics, BA Philosophy (Hons), BA Sociology (Hons) and BA Statistics.
The reserved category admissions in most colleges were largely vacant.
Miranda College, Indraprastha College for Women and Lady Shri Ram College are the prominent colleges still inviting applications.
The most sought after course remains BA Economics (Hons) .
Meanwhile, admissions for BA Programme also reopened in many colleges. Ramjas College opened admission for the course, with a cut-off of 93.5 per cent.
At Miranda House, cut-off for BA Programme was at 94.5 per cent, while Hansraj College demanded 93.5 per cent.
Kamla Nehru College, however, closed its admissions for BA Political Science (Hons), BA Sociology, BSc Mathematics, BSc Phyisics (Hons) and other popular courses. However, BA Programme and BA Economics remained open.
At SGTB Khalsa College, which had the highest cut-off in the first, still has all courses available.
Kirori Mal College has closed with BA Sanskrit (Hons), BA Urdu and BSc Botany and BA Statistics, while other courses remain open.
Hansraj College closed BA Sankrit (Hons), BSc Electronics (Hons) and BSc Physics (Hons), while rest of the courses in the General catergory remained open, including BA English (Hons) , BA Econonics (Hons) and BCom (Hons), many of which saw a marginal dip in their cut-offs.