The Delhi University has seen nearly 30 percent of seats filled in the undergraduate courses under the first DU cut-off despite the cut-offs touching 100 percent in some courses.
In many colleges, there will be no second list for the unreserved category in popular courses like BA English, Political Science, Economics, History, and B. Com Honors. Over-admissions have also been observed by a few courses in some colleges.
A total number of 59,730 students applied for admission under the first DU cut-off according to the data shared by the university. Out of these, 22,186 admissions have been approved and fees have been paid by 11,248 students.
In the UG courses, there are about 70,000 courses. As more students pay their fees and scrutiny of verified documents is completed, the number of admissions will grow. For the admissions under the first cut-off, the last date for the payment of fees is October 16. On October 19, the second cut-off will be issued.
40-50 percent of seats are already filled in many colleges such as Miranda, Ramjas, Hindu, and off-campus colleges like Arya Bhatta, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, etc. The second-highest cut-off was announced by Hindu at 99.33 for B. Sc (H) Physics and 99.25 for BA (H) Economics has 956 seats for UG courses, out of which they have already approved more than 400 admissions.
The principal of Hindu College, Anju Srivastava, said that nearly 50 percent of seats have been filled. Most admissions have been held in English, Political Science, Physics, Economics, and Chemistry. Due to technical glitches, the process was delayed.
700 admissions have been approved by Miranda House which has over 1,000 seats for UG courses, 300 students have already paid the fees. Principal Bijaylaxmi Nanda said that there will be no second cut-off for the unreserved category in Geography and Political Science.
Manoj Khanna, Ramjas College principal. Said that out of the 600 approved admissions, 130 have paid the fees. In undergraduate courses, the college has 1,700 seats. 246 admissions were approved by SRCC in B. Com Honors and BA Economics, out of which 62 students have paid the fees. 540 admissions were seen by Hansraj College.