DU 2nd list: Cut-off drops in popular courses
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The-cut off percentages for admission to popular courses in Delhi University did not show any remarkable drop in its second list tonight and 14 colleges even declared admissions to B Com (Hons) course closed.
While admissions to B Com (Hons) was still open in several colleges after three days of admission, the cut-off percentage dropped only marginally.
In Hindu College, which had put its first cut-off at the maximum of 99.25, the bar dropped only by .25 percentage points. SRCC closed admission to B Com (Hons) but is still admitting in Economics at a percentage of 96.5 to 97.5.
At Ramjas College, B Com (Hons) is available at 96-98 percent, while LSR has invited students with 96.5 percentage points for admission in the second list.
Commerce is available at Sri Venkateswara college at 96.5 97.5 percent, while Economics is available at 95.75- 96.75 percent.
While the drop in top most colleges was not remarkable, students can still get admissions in a number of off-campus colleges to the popular course at of 85 to 90 percent.
The lowest cut-off for admission to B Com (Hons) was 81 percent at Aditi Mahavidyalaya, even as Dyal Singh, Gargi, Janki Devi, declared admissions closed.
While a number of colleges will still be taking admissions in popular English (Hons) course, some top colleges like Hans Raj, Kamla Nehru, Lady Sri Ram and Sri Venkateswara, closed admissions to this subject.
The next three days will see colleges taking admissions on the basis of its second list and will announce a third list on July 2.
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