Over 13,000 people gain admission when the second cut-off list is released.
According to official figures, over 13,000 students have been admitted to Delhi University under the second cut-off list, with over 1.15 lakh applications submitted so far. Under the initial list, 36,130 applicants were accepted, accounting for slightly more than half of the 70,000 undergraduate seats available.
According to the university’s records, 13552 students have paid their fees, and the principals have approved 7245 applications. Since the start of the admissions process on October 4 under the first cut-off list, the institution has received a total of 1,15,490 applications. According to Dr. Babli Moitra Saraf, principal of Indraprastha College For Women, the majority of the unreserved seats in many programmes would be filled, with BA(Honours) Sanskrit remaining vacant in the third list.
The university has filled over half of the approximately 1,300 seats on the initial list, bringing the total to 900. The deadline for applications was yesterday, while the deadline for college approvals is Today. The deadline for making fee payments is Friday. Hindu College admissions chairman Manish Kansal stated the total number of admissions has reached 1,843. He also added that the unreserved seats in B Com (Honours) have been filled, while there remains a vacancy of about seven seats in BA(Honours) Economics. In B Com (Honours), we have accepted 101 applications for 79 seats, 75 of which are in the unreserved category, which contains 31 places. The course will most certainly be closed for the third list’s general category, although Economics (Honours) may be open.
English (Hons), History (Hons), Computer Science (Hons), Mathematics (Hons), Economics (Hons), and BA Prog are expected to be closed in the second list at Aryabhatta College. In these topics, admissions have already exceeded the seat limit.
At Rajdhani College, 788 admissions were made from the two lists, with 565 of these being accepted by the principal from the second list.
Source- NDTV News