The university announced the first list on June 23 and it was the first time in many years that the colleges released cutoffs lower than that of the previous year in almost all courses. There will be five cutoff lists this year and the classes will begin on July 20. DU received around 2.2 lakh applications for about 56,000 seats in its 63 colleges.
The second list of cut offs likely to be announced on 1st July, some colleges under the university has high chances of a relaxation by 0.25% to 3% points.
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has already released the second cut-off list for the two courses – BCom (Honours) and BA (Honours) Economics – it offers. The north campus colleges has reduced the BCom (Honours) cut-off to 97.50 per cent in its second list. However, it has closed the admission in BA (Honours) Economics for the general category admission. In the first list, there had been a marginal dip from last year.
Admissions into courses like English, Urdu and Sanskrit has been closed in Kirori Mal College but admissions into other courses like BCom (Hons) and Economics (Hons) remains open. According to officials, 450 admissions were completed out of the total 1,179 seats and the highest cut off at the colleges was at 97.5% for Economics (Hons).
The Ramanujan College is all set to bring out a list of second cut off at a dip of 1%-1.5% for several courses. Whereas College of Vocational Studies is likely to bring a second list of cut offs at 3% as compared to the first cut offs for admissions into Economics (Hons) at 96% and English (Hons).
The list of second cut off will be declared on 1st July. The Delhi University will bring out a total of five cut off list which will be followed by regular classes from 20th July.
According to the schedule published by DU earlier, the document verification and approval of admission after the declaration of second cut-off will be done during July 1 to July 4. The colleges will later declared the third cut-off on July 6, if any.