3rd cutoff admissions for Delhi University(DU) is likely to begin from tomorrow, 26th October 2020. The 3rd cutoff list commenced on 24th October 2020 in the evening. Hence, aspiring students planning to migrate and switch to a different college + course combination needs to gear up.
The aspiring candidates need to visit the Delhi University(DU) portal – du.ac.in. The 3rd cutoff list can be checked from there. However, the candidates seeking admissions can head to the undergraduate admission portal – ug.du.ac.in. The candidates can seek admission in the 3rd cutoff list between 26th October 2020 and 30th October 2020.
Course + college availability in the 3rd Cutoff list:
Around 82 percent of seats across all DU colleges are filled. Hence, a lot of courses and colleges have closed admissions. Over admission has to be avoided at all costs and with so little seats available, admissions can be a struggle. However, several colleges including Lady Shri Ram College For Women (LSR), Hindu College, Miranda House, etc are offering admissions.
LSR is offering Economics Honors at 98.25 percent considering the zero first list admissions for this course. Psychology Honors has an eligibility cutoff of 96.75 and Political Science with 99.25. These courses had an extraordinary high cutoff of 100 percent in the 1st list. Hence, a marginal drop is witnessed.
Hindu college has kept the same 98 percent cutoff for its top courses. Hence, Economics, Commerce, and Sociology are yet available at the same 2nd list cutoff.
3rd cutoff for Economics Honors at SRCC dropped by 0.25 percent. Hence, the cutoff went down from 99 to 98.75 percent. Jesus and Mary College(JMC) closed admissions for all its courses in the 3rd list. The 3rd cutoff at Miranda House for Economics Honors is set at 98 percent. Hindi is available at 91 percent and English at 98 percent.
How to migrate:
It is likely that no fresh applications will be applied in the 3rd list. Hence, the students applying will be mainly the ones migrating. The Step by Step admission procedure issued by the Admission Branch discusses this issue in detail. Hence, the whole admission and migration procedure has been talked about. The candidates are required to cancel their 2nd list admissions. However, a withdrawal fee of around 1000 rupees will be levied on the student. The college fee paid already will be returned in 15-30 business days in the mentioned bank account. Therefore, students don’t have to get worried about their money wasted.