On Monday, DU released its 5 cut-off lists for underserved category candidates with some colleges reopening admissions in a few courses. Till now, 68,849 candidates have taken admissions in DU since the 1st cut-off list was uploaded. From Tuesday, November 9, the admission under the 5th cut-off list will begin. While the special cut-off will be published on 13 November 2021.
Ramjas College has reopened admissions for BA(Hons) Sanskrit. The seats in this college are still available in BA(Hons) History (96.75 %), BCom (Hons) (97.75 %), BA(hons) English (97 %) BA(hons) Hindi (91.25 %), and BA (hons) Economics (98.25 %).
At the same time, the Lady Shri Ram College (LSR) has reopened admissions for BA(Hons) Philosophy and BA(Hons) English at 97 %and 98.50 % respectively. The cut-off for BA(Hons) Journalism has decreased to 98.50 %.
The Aryabhatta College has released the cutoff for Political Science (Hons) and B.Com for the OBC category, BA(Hons) History for the general category, BA Program(Economics and History) for the EWS category, and BSc(hons) Computer Science for the SC category.
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DU ADMISSION 2021: REGISTRATION UNDER THE 5TH CUT-OFF BEGINS
Only 2 courses are available at Miranda House for unreserved category students BA (Hons) Sociology (97.75 %) and BA (Hons) History (98.75 %).
The Kirori Mal College still has seats available under BA (Hons) English (97.25 %), BA (Hons) Economics (98.25 %), BA (hons) History (97.25 %).
DELHI GOVERNMENT ASKS DU VC TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST 12 COLLEGE PRINCIPALS
The Jesus and Mary College has released the cut-off at 82 % for BCom, a decrease of 5 % from the first list. Maitreyi College has kept the cutoff at 81 %, down from 83 % in the first list.