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Maximum vacant seats at DU in reserved category

For BA (Hons.) Economics, seven seats are unoccupied at Hansraj College. Of these six are in the SC category. At Hindu College, too, two seats in the OBC category and one each in SC and ST categories are yet to be filled. At Kirori Mal College, four seats in SC and five in ST categories are lying vacant. At Lady Sri Ram (LSR) College, two seats are vacant in both SC and ST categories.

For B.Com (Hons.), three ST and one SC seats are vacant in Hansraj College. In Hindu College, one seat each in both ST and SC categories are vacant for the course. Only Kashmiri Migrant seats are available in LSR College for B.Com. In Kirori Mal College, six OBC, five SC and three ST seats still remain to be occupied.

One seat in the General category is up for grabs at the Kirori Mal College in BA (Hons) Political Science. One seat is available in the General category at Sri Venkateshwara College in Sociology (Hons). Meanwhile, Sri Ram College and Ramjas College in the North Campus have closed admissions for all courses.

In off-campus colleges, seats in the General category are still vacant in popular courses. For instance, three seats in Shivaji College are yet to be filled in B.Com; while in Shyam Lal College, 11 seats are yet to be filled in the course. At Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, six seats are vacant in History.

This year, DU had initially released only five cut-off lists. Later, it then asked colleges to come up with merit lists. These lists were released in two phases. In the first phase, three lists were notified and in the second, two. The admission process based on the last merit list of the second phase ended on Tuesday, which was supposed to end the admission process for this session. However, with many vacant seats, especially in the reserved categories, DU on Monday extended the admission process and asked colleges to release more cut-off lists in the third phase.
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