Delhi University released the fourth cut-off list for admission into merit-based undergraduate courses on Thursday, 5th July, 2018.
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Out of the 56,000 total seats available in DU colleges, as many as 44,700 seats were filled by the end of admissions under the third cut-off list.
Only about 20% undergraduate seats are left for admissions at Delhi University colleges under the fourth cut-off list.
The drop in cut-offs for many courses ranged from 0.25 to 0.50 percentage points and for many others it remained same as the third list.
While popular courses at colleges were taken, there were a few seats left at some colleges that saw a marginal decrease in the cut-off required.Admissions to some colleges have re-opened. The admission dates under fourth list are 6th to 9th July except on 8th.
Top colleges have closed admissions to various courses. While Shri Ram College of Commerce closed admissions to its UG courses; Hindu is closed for history, political science, sociology and philosophy for the general category. Further, Ramjas closed admissions to its BCom Honours and Programme courses for the unreserved category. Admissions for BA Programme and Honours courses in economics, English, political science and mathematics at JMC are also closed.
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