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Dip between 0.5 to 1 per cent seen at various top colleges

New Delhi: After Delhi University came up with 'realistic' cut-offs in the first list, it was imperative that the second list would see a dip. However, applicants were disappointed on Sunday after the second list showed a marginal dip between 0.25 to one per cent for various course and colleges.

Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has yet again topped the cut-off chart, with 98.25 per cent for BA Economics (Hons), a meager drop of 0.25 per cent from the first cut-off. Meanwhile, BCom (Hons) is available at 97.3 per cent, down from 97.75 per cent.

At Lady Shri Ram College (LSR), the highest cut-off of 98.75 per cent – for BA (Programme) – has dropped to 97.75 per cent. For BA English (Hons), the cut-off is down from 97.25 per cent to 97.

Hans Raj College released the second cut-off list for all its subjects, where popular courses saw a drop of 0.25 percentage points for general candidates. BA Economics (Hons) is available at 97.5 per cent, BA English (Hons) at 96.5 and BCom (Hons) 97.25.

At Hindu College, the marginal dip was seen for BA English (Hons), which is available at 97.50 per cent. BA Economics (Hons) is demanding 97.75 per cent, while BCom (Hons) is available at 97.25 per cent.

At North Campus' Kirori Mal College, the second cut-off list showed 96 per cent for BA English (Hons), 96 per cent for BA Political Science (Hons) and 97.25 for BA Economics (Hons).

Meanwhile, at South Campus, Sri Venkateswara College set 95.50 per cent for BA Political Science (Hons), 97 per cent for BCom (Hons) and 96.25 per cent for BCom.

At Bharati College, authorities have demanded 88 per cent for BA English (Hons), 90 for BA Journalism (Hons), 86 for BA Political Science (Hons) and 80 for BA (Programme) in the second cut-off.

Deshbandhu College, meanwhile, has demanded 94.5 per cent for BCom (Hons), a course where admission has closed for the SC category. The college has demanded 94 per cent for BA Economics (Hons), 92 per cent for BA English (Hons), and 89 per cent for BA Political Science (Hons).

At Daulat Ram, cut-offs are placed at 94.75 per cent in BA English (Hons) and 95 for BA Political Science (Hons).

Meanwhile, some of the highly fancied courses like BSc Physics (Hons), BSc Chemistry (Hons) and BA Economic (Hons) saw limited colleges opening the admission seats, as a record 15,245 students were admitted in the first cut-off.

Moreover, many of the North Campus colleges have filled their quota of seats. Among top colleges, Hindu College has admitted 946 students, Ramjas College has 810, Gargi College has 769 and Miranda House has 630 students in the first cut-off list, a University official said.

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