DU: Seats for BSc Electronics still available
Any aspiring student wishing to take admission and went by the first cut-off list of the Delhi University, BSc Electronics, which appeared as the most sought after course, with a 99.6 per cent cut-off, can still avail the subject as four lists down the line, seats are still open in various colleges of the varsity where the cut-offs have come down to as low as 85 per cent in some colleges.
Moreover, these courses are still available in around 14 colleges in the varsity. The average dip for BSc Computer Science ( Hons) and BSc Electronics (Hons) in fifth list is 0.5-1 per cent and 1-2 per cent, respectively.
SGTB Khalsa College, which came to limelight with the highest cut-off of 99.66 per cent for BSc Electronics in first cut-off list could not fill all its seats, despite the fact that there are only 20 seats for this course. The college has been offering the course at 93 per cent in its fifth list. Hansraj College, which opened its BSc Computer Science (Hons) at 97.25 has only reduced its cut-off to 95.5 per cent in fifth list.
Along with Khalsa College, the seats in BSc Electronics (Hons) are vacant in eight other colleges.
Acharya Narendra Dev college, Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma college (ARSD), Deen Dyal Upadhaya, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Maharaja Agrasen, Rajdhani College, Sri Aurobindo and Zakir Husain Delhi College are offering this course with the lowest cut-off of
85 per cent in Keshav Mahavidyalaya.
Seats for BSc Computer Science (Hons) are available in North Campus colleges like Hansraj and IP College for Woman at 95.5 and 93.5 respectively.
Although the threshold for colleges in North Campus remains above 90 per cent, other colleges like ARSD is admitting aspirants in this course at 90 per cent, College of Vocational Studies at 89 per cent, Kalindi College at 88 per cent, Ram Lal Anand at 87 per cent and Shyama Prasad Mukherji College with lowest cut-off at 85.5 per cent.
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