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Delhi University announces third cut-off list, marginal drop in few courses


New Delhi: With many seats still left to be filled even after admissions against the second cut-off closed, Delhi University on Sunday announced its third cut-off showing a nominal average dip of about 1 %.

Admissions under third cut-off will start tomorrow when the varsity reopens after the weekend.

At SRCC, the third cut-off for both BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons) Economics is 97.25 %, witnessing a marginal drop of 0.25 and 0.50 percentage respectively to that of their second cutoffs. In Lady Sri Ram college, BCom (Hons) is at 97.25 % while both BA(Hons) Economics and BA(Hons) English are at 97 %, dropping by merely 0.25 for B.Com (Hons) and 0.50 for the other two.

Ramjas college is offering BA (H) Economics at 96.75 %, BA (H) English 95.75 % and BCom(H) at 96.50 % seeing a drop of 0.75 for the former two while there was a 1.25 % for the latter two compared to the second cut-off. At Kirori Mal College, admissions are closed for BCom as well as for BA (Hons) Political Science as all seats got filled after the admission for second cutoff while BCom (Hons) third cut-off is at 96.50 %, a drop of 0.50.

At Ram Lal Anand College, the third cut-off for BA (Hons) English is 91.50 %, 1.50 % below the previous cutoff while for BA it is 85 % or 2 % below the previous mark. In PGDAV college, no drop is observed in BA (P) which has kept its third cutoff at 85 % similar to its second one. At Sri Aurobindo College admissions are closed for BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons) English after the closure of admission as per second cutoff.

The students have three days to take admission under the first list following which the next cut-off list will be released. This is for the first time that the university has introduced full-fledged online admission procedure for UG admissions unlike previous years when it used to be both online and offline.

DU had announced this year that it will only release five cut-offs unlike previous years when the varsity issued up to ten cut-off lists.

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