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DU fifth cut-off list out: Very few options left for aspirants

DU fifth cut-off list out: Very few options left for aspirants
Delhi University on Monday night released its fifth cut-off list for undergraduate courses on Monday evening.
Many colleges shut their doors for several courses in the fifth cut-off, virtually ending all chances of thousands of aspirants who had pinned their hopes on getting into the University's coveted colleges.
North Campus colleges, like Ramjas, shut its doors for as many as 11 courses in the general category.
Yet, BA Economics (Hons) managed to stay available at 96.25 per cent, while BA Political Science (Hons) was at 94.75 per cent.
At Kirori Mal College, 14 courses were shut, including English, Political Science and Economics.
However, Botany (iat 92.33 per cent), Zoology (at 93.33 per cent) and History (at 91.75 percent) are still open.
Daulat Ram college closed admissions for BA English (Hons), Botany and Zoology in its fifth cut-off, but BA Economics (Hons) was available at 95 per cent with a dip of 0.5 per cent.
Even Political Science at 92 and History at 91 per cent, both with a dip of 1.5 per cent, were available. Psychology was available at 95.25 per cent (dipping by 0.75 per cent), while the much sought after BCom was open at 94.25, along with BCom (Hons) at 95 per cent.
Meanwhile, Gargi College still invited applications for BA English (Hons) at 93.5 per cent, BA Political Science (Hons) at 92 per cent and BCom (Hons) at 95 per cent
Indraprastha College had BA English (Hons) with 94.25 per cent, BA Psychology with 96.5 and BCom (Hons) with 95.25 per cent still open.
Vivekanand College, an off-campus option for applicants, closed its popular course BA English (Hons).
However, a very slight dip in courses, like BCom, of 0.5 per cent was seen, which is still open at 89 per cent.
Additionally, the cut-off for BCom (Hons) dipped from 92.5 per cent to 91 per cent, while for BA Psychology (Hons), it came down from 93.25 to 92 per cent.
At PGDAV College, nine courses were closed, which include BA (Hons) English, History and Political Science. However, BA Economics (H), with 93 per cent, BCom with 90 and BCom (Hons) with 92.25 per cent, are still open.
Apart from the regular courses in DU, the University has also released the fourth cut-off list for BCom and BA (Programme) in Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB).
Continuing the previous cut-off trends, Miranda House released the highest cut-off for both courses at 80 (BA Programme) and 80 per cent (BCom).
Following closely was Hansraj College, which released its fourth cut-off at 77 per cent for BA Programme and 78 per cent for BCom.
Out of the list of 26 NCWEB colleges, Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Bhagini Nivedita College continued to have the lowest cut-off, hovering at 60 per cent for both the courses.
Kshitiz Madhwal

Kshitiz Madhwal

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