Options scarce for DU aspirants as varsity releases seventh cut-off list
Delhi University on Wednesday evening released its seventh cut-off list for undergraduate courses.
Almost all North Campus colleges shut their doors for all course in the sixth cut-off, and the seventh cut-off continued with the trend.
Daulat Ram College closed almost all courses, but BCom (Hons) somehow remained open at 94.75 per cent, dropping by 0.25 per cent, along with BCom at 94 per cent.
BA Economics (Hons) is open in some college, such as Hindu College (97.25 per cent), Ramjas College (96 per cent) and in IP College for Women (96 per cent).
Hindu College is also taking applicants for BA History (Hons) at 96.25 per cent and BA Hindi (Hons) at 90 per cent.
Other available courses in North Campus include BSc Computer Science (Hons) at 93 per cent in IP College, BA (Programme) at 91 per cent and BA History (Hons) at 93 per cent in Ramjas, and BSc Physics (Hons) at 95.66 per cent in Kirori Mal College.
Many courses are still open at SGTB Khalsa College, such as BSc Electronics (Hons) at 91 per cent, Computer Science (Hons) at 93.25 per cent, BCom at 94 per cent, BA (Programme) at 89 per cent, as well as BA English (Hons) at 93.5 per cent.
Meanwhile, Lady Shri Ram College is still inviting application for BA Political Science (Hons) at 97.25 per cent and BSc Statistics (Hons) at 96.75 per cent.
Kalindi College sought candidates for BA Economics (Hons) at 89 per cent, English (Hons) at 87 per cent, History (Hons) at 81.5 per cent, BCom (Hons) at 88.5 per cent and BCom at 85.5 per cent.
Apart from regular courses, the University also released the sixth cut-off for BCom and BA (Prog) in Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB), with the highest being 73 per cent at the Lakshmi Bai College for its BA (Programme).
Miranda House and Hansraj College closed admissions for both the courses.
Of 26 colleges, Bhagini Nivedita College continued to have the lowest cut-off, hovering at 53 per cent for BA (Programme) and 55 per cent for BCom.