The University of Delhi (DU) had released its fourth cut-off. A dip in marks needed for admission was visible. B.Com followed by BA has remained the top choice of students as most of the admissions have been in the two programmes this admission season.
Those who make it through the cut-off can get their documents verified from July 15 (Monday) onwards. The admissions will close on July 16 and the last and fifth cut-off will be released on July 19 (Friday). If seats are left vacant, cut-offs thereafter can be released, however, there is no schedule, as of yet for the same.
Students seeking admission in the course B.A Programme (Sanskrit + History) at Hans Raj college need to have score of 92% as per fourth cut-off list whereas the cut off for BA (Sanksrit+Political Science) programme stands at 96% at Hindu college.
The famous Shaheed Bhagat Singh College located in south campus demands 89.5% and 94.25% for B.A Programme(Hindi + Geography) and B.A Programme(Commerce + Economics) respectively.
The cut-off for B.A Programme ( Hindi + History) at Maitrayi college is 88% and on the other hand for B.A Programme ( Hindi + Sanskrit) at Kamala Nehru College is 77%.
The BA ( H) Political Science seats are available from 88.5% onwards being offered by Motilal Nehru college at 88.5% as per fourth cut-off list. The north campus colleges, Daulat Ram and Indraprastha College for Women demands 95 and 96 percent respectively for the same course.
The prestigious Miranda House declared 75 percent for the both B.A Programme ( Bengali + History) and B.A Programme ( Bengali + Political Science) courses for its undergraduate admissions in the fourth list.
The lowest cut-off for the popular course B.Com stands at 89% offered by the Deshbandu College and Dyal Singh College ( Evening ) and the highest at 96.75% by the KiroriMal College.
Many colleges have closed the admissions for B.Com hons. but the admissions in DCAC, Deshbandu, Dyal Singh (eve), Gargi, Janki Devi College, KMC, Motilal Nehru, PGDAV, Ram Lal Anand College, Ramjas,Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Shyam Lal, Sri Aurobindo, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa, Sri GuruTeg Bahadur College are still open and students meeting the cutoff criterion can quickly enroll themselves in the required colleges.
Sri Venkateshwara College’s cutoff as per fourth list for B.A Political Science is 95.75 percent whereas Laxmibai College and Deshbandu College offered 90 and 89 percent respectively.
Ramjas College still has seats under BA (Hons.) Economics, the cutoff for which has been decreased by only 0.25% to 97.25%. Other courses where seats are available are BA (Hons.) English, BA (Hons.)Hindi, B.Com, B.Sc (Hons.) Zoology.
The B.Sc (Hons.) Zoology was closed for the admission after the second cutoff list, but is available at 94% in the fourth list in the college.
Gargi College has seats available for the unreserved category under courses like B.Com, B.Com (H),B.Sc. (H) Botany, B.Sc (H) Chemistry, B.SC (H) Zoology, B.SC(H) Statistics and B.SC Life Sciences and B.SC Life sciences.
From this year onwards, candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 1000 for change of course or college or any kind of transfer. This move, says the varsity, has been set-up to curb on multiple transfers.
Till now 52,813 admissions have taken place in the varsity and as many as 8,433 students have cancelled their admissions and 1,270 have withdrawn.
Candidates can change college by following these steps-
Step1. Visit the official website, du.ac.in
Step2. Log-in using credentials
Step3. Cancel the application
Step4. Make payment, download receipt
Step5. Go back to the dashboard
Step6. Apply for new college
Step7. Upload documents again