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Third list: Little hope for general category students

General category students who haven’t made it in the first two cut-off lists for admissions to Delhi University’s four year undergraduate programme will have to face some disappointment since a third list is highly unlikely.
Seats in most colleges have been filled for the general category students. Gargi College principal Sashi Tyagi said, ‘We have admitted 99 per cent students till Tuesday. Seats for the general category are almost over in various subjects.’
‘If some of the students withdraw their admissions later, we might have some hope,’ Tyagi added.

On the other hand, media convener for Lady Shri Ram College Kanika Khandelwal said, ‘Till Tuesday, we had admitted around 350 to 400 students against 750 seats and for general category the seats are almost filled.  There is no chance of a third cut-off list for this category. Seats are left only in the reserved category.’

Seats for general-category students have also been filled in Ram Lal Anand College for History (Honours) and English (Honours), those who have applied for a seat in the Microbiology course may get lucky.

A sources at Ramjas College said, ‘Almost nine hundred seats have been filled. No seats are left for general category students. But hopes are there for reserved category students.’ A senior DU official said, ‘There may be a few seats left for the aspirants. But only a few lucky ones will be able to make it as the number of seats are too few.’
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