The required marks for admission to certain courses have decreased by 0.25 percent to 1.5 percent, with popular courses still accessible in institutions, according to the third cut-off issued by Delhi University on Saturday. Despite the fact that cut-offs are still high, there remains a ray of optimism for students since a few seats are still available.
Under the first two cut-offs, almost 51,000 students were accepted into various colleges. On October 18, the admissions procedure for the third cut-off began and while certain students were left upset due to the closing of the seats, many are still looking forward to the next cut-off.
Hansraj College, Lady Shri Ram College, and Hindu College had a 99 percent cut-off for BA (Honours) Economics, whereas Janki Devi Memorial College, Kalindi College, Kamala Nehru College, Kirori Mal College, and Miranda House have closed the course seats.
The cut-off for BA (Honours) Economics at Indraprastha College for Women is 98 percent, whereas the cut-off for BA (Honours) Economics at Ramjas College is 98.75 percent.
Among all the colleges, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has the highest cut-off for the course at 99.50 percent.
For admission to the same course, Sri Venkateswara College is looking for 98.50 percent.
This year, almost 2.87 lakh students applied to Delhi University’s undergraduate programmes. The varsity will publish a total of five cut-off lists on its official website, du.ac.in. After the first three cut-off lists, special cut-off lists will come out on October 25. Furthermore, the fourth and fifth cut-offs will only come out if seats are available. The entire admissions process will be over by November 16, 2021,