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DU sixth cut-off: Very few seats left to fight for

DU sixth cut-off: Very few seats left to fight for
: Delhi University on Friday evening released its sixth cut-off list for undergraduate courses.
To the disappointment of most aspirants who wished to get into coveted colleges of the University, most colleges have shut their doors for almost every course in the sixth cut-off.
The highest percentage of 97.25 was set by Hindu College for its BA Economics (Hons).
The second highest cut off was 97 per cent for the BA Journalism (Hons) course at Lady Shri Ram College for Women.
North Campus colleges such as Daulat Ram closed it door for almost every course. However, BCom (Hons) remained open somehow, at 95 per cent without any dip.
For BA Economics (Hons), the options in North Campus include Kirori Mal, at 95 per cent, and Miranda House, at 96.25 per cent.
Meanwhile, Hindu College still kept open BA Economics (H) at 97.25, without any drop in the cut-off.
The much sought after BA English (Hons) is still open at Hansraj College, with a cut-off of 95.5 per cent.
At Dyal Singh College, English (Hons) remained open at 88 per cent.
Additionally, Indraprastha College for Women also reopened the course, with a marginal dip of 2.5 per cent, at 94 per cent. For BCom, the college demanded 95 per cent.
Ramjas College shut its doors for almost every course. Yet, it managed to keep open English (Hons) at 94.75 per cent in its sixth cut-off. BSc Life Sciences also remained open at 90.33 per cent, with a dip of 0.67 per cent.
At Miranda House, BSc Physical Sciences is still open at 94 per cent, along with BSc Botany at 94.33 per cent.
Gargi College kept open applications for BCom at 93 per cent and BSc Life Sciences at 87 per cent. For BCom (Hons), the college demanded 94.25 per cent, with a dip of .75 per cent in the cut-off. Botany, with 87 per cent, saw a dip of 2 per cent in its cut-off.
Apart from the regular courses in the University, the fifth cut-off list was also released for BCom and BA Programme in Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB).
Continuing the previous trends of cut-offs, Miranda House came out with the highest cut-off for both courses at 72 per cent. Following closely was Hansraj College, which set its fourth cut-off at 68 per cent for BA Programme.
Among the 26 colleges in the NCWEB, Bhagini Nivedita College continued to have the lowest cut-off, hovering at 55 per cent for BA Programme and 60 per cent for BCom.
Kshitiz Madhwal

Kshitiz Madhwal

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