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Reserved category students secure admission in top colleges

The dip in many courses in the third cut-off list of Delhi University has paved way for admissions to several candidates.
High turnout was seen on Monday at many North Campus colleges, with students still harbouring high hopes from the University.
"I have got admission in BSc Life Sciences. I managed scored 80.5 per cent in the Class XII Board exams," said Withina, a student who hails from Arunachal Pradesh.
Withina secured admission in a reserved category, which also demanded high cut-off.
Another aspirant in the reserved category, Alismita, got admission in BCom at Miranda House at 90 per cent.
Chirag seems really glad after he got admission in Hindu College for BSc Physics (Hons) at 94 per cent.
While many secured admissions on Friday and Saturday, some still hustle at North campus to complete the last minute admission process. Many candidates are at an advantage due to the dip in cut-offs.
"I have withdrawn my application from Sri Venkateswara College and have taken admission in Ramjas College in English (Hons)," beamed Khushi, another student.
Another such candidate is Keshav Garg, who secured admission in Guru Gobind Singh College in B.Com (Hons) at 96 per cent.
Meanwhile, it is expected that many colleges, such as SRCC, might not release a fourth cut-off. Many seats have been filled and, as per sources, vacancies are still available for reserved category aspirants.
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