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Last call: DU announces seventh cut-off list for FYUP admission

Delhi University, in order to fill vacant seats for various categories at different colleges, announced a seventh cut-off list on Wednesday.
Considering DU admission history, it is surprising that admission is still open for Commerce (Honours) and Economics (Honours) in the seventh cut-off list. Admission to Commerce (Honours) and Economics (Honours) in the general category is still open in colleges such as Bhaim Rao Ambedkar, Deen Dayal Upadhaya, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Desbandu, Ramanujan College, Dyal Singh, Hansraj, Ramjas, Lakshmibai, S.G.T.B Khalsa, Shivaji , Aurbindo, and Kamla Nehru.

Also, with the seventh cut-off list, even those with 33 per cent marks have become eligible for Sanskrit in many various colleges. Kalindi College, in the reserved category, is giving admission to students in Sanskrit (Honours) with 33 per cent score and in Hindi (Honours) with 38 per cent score. On the other hand, admission to popular courses like History, Political Science, Sociology and Philosophy (Honours) is still on with comparatively lower cut-offs, for reserved category students in many colleges.

Admissions are also open for B.Tech’s most sought after streams such as Computer Science and Electronics in colleges such as Acharya Narendra Dev, A.R.S.D, Hans Raj, IP College for Women, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Kalindi, Miranda House, Rajdhani College, Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences, and as well Shivaji College.

Admission for Mathematics (Honours) is open in A.R.S.D college, Daulat Ram college, Dayal Singh college, Gargi college, Hansraj College, Hindu College, I.P College for Women, Miranda House college, Mata Sundri college, Ramjas college, Sri Aurbindo college, and Sri Venkateswara College .
Seats for courses such as Physics, Chemistry, and Botany (Honours) are still available at various colleges. Colleges would begin admitting students under the seventh cut-off list on Thursday and would wrap-up admission process for the current academic year by 20 July.
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