The admission process against the third cut-off Delhi university has started on Monday, October 18. At the same time, out of the total 70 thousand seats of DU, about 80 percent of seats in Delhi University have been completed. This is the situation when the first and second cutoff list of Delhi University has been around 100 percent.
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- 1 THERE IS LITTLE HOPE OF ADMISSION IN THE THIRD AND FOURTH CUTOFF
- 2 CUTOFF WILL COME ON THIS DAY
THERE IS LITTLE HOPE OF ADMISSION IN THE THIRD AND FOURTH CUTOFF
After the third cutoff, there will be few possibilities of admission to Delhi University based on the fourth cutoff. However, after the results of the entrance examination of Bachelor of Management Studies and Bachelor of Business Economics courses, there may be a chance for some seats in courses like B.Com and Economics.
CUTOFF WILL COME ON THIS DAY
At present, according to Delhi University, this process of admission for the third cutoff will continue till 11.59 pm on October 21. Delhi University has released its third cutoff on 16 October. Based on the third cutoff, Aryabhatta College has received 145 applications for various courses.
Out of this, applications of 102 students have been accepted and given admission. The highest number of applications and admissions were received in Maths Honors.
Admissions have been approved for a total of 31 seats at Delhi University. Apart from this, 22 admissions have been ratified in Computer Science and 20 in Hindi Honors course.
AUROBINDO COLLEGE STATUS
According to Dr. Vipin Agrawal, Principal of Sri Aurobindo College, 400 students had applied in Sri Aurobindo College, out of which 100 admissions have been approved.
Admission will be accepted at Delhi University till 5 pm on 22nd October. Students applying for admission based on the third cutoff list can deposit fees till October 23 at 5 PM.
Delhi University had released the first cutoff on October 1 and the second cutoff on October 9. Based on these two cutoffs the admission process has been completed.
The first cut-off list for various courses was almost 100 percentile in various colleges of Delhi University. There was no significant difference in the second cutoff list also. In the second list, there was an average drop of 0.25 percent to 3 percent in the cutoff across colleges. After this, there is no big drop in the third cutoff as well.