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Eighth cut-off list for FYUP admission announced in bid to fill remaining seats

Despite having declared the seventh cut-off list as the last phase of the admission for the Four Year Undergradutae Programme (FYUP), the Delhi University in order to fill vacant seats for various categories declared an eighth cut-off  list late on Monday night.

Admissions to the most sought-after courses, Commerce and Economics (Honours) are still open in the general category at colleges like Kirori Mal, Hindu, A.R.S.D , Bhim Rao Ambedkar, Deshbandhu, Datyal Singh (evening), Hindu, Janki Devi Memorial College, Keshav Mahavidhyalya, Motila Nehru, S.G.N.D Khalsa, Shivaji College, Shri Aurbindo, as well as Shyama Prasad Mukherjee.  
Seats in Mathematics (Honours) in the general category are still available at Hans Raj College, Kirori Mal College, Motilal Nehru College, S.G.N.D Khalsa college, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College, Bhaskracharya College of Applied Science

Admissions to History, Political Science and English (Honours) are still open at Daulat Ram College, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Gargi College and IP college for Women. Admissions to Sanskrit (Honours) are  still open at Kalindi College for students in the reserved category with a score of 33 per cent.
Seats in Sociology and Philosophy (Honours) are still available at lower cut-offs for reserved category students in many colleges.

Admissions to courses such as Physics, Chemistry, and Botany (Honours) are still available in A.R.S.D college, Daulat Ram College, Hans Raj College, Hindu College, Miranda House and Ramjas College. Admissions are open in Zoology (Honours) in many colleges.

Admissions to B.Tech’s most sought after streams such as Computer Science and Electronics are still open for students in the reserved category in colleges like Acharya Narendra Dev, A.R.S.D, Hans Raj, IP College for Women, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Kalindi, Miranda House, Rajdhani College, Shri Venkateshwara, and Bhaskracharya College of Applied Science.
Colleges would begin admitting students on 23 July and would look to wrap up the admission process for the current academic year by 25 July.  
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