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DU Cut off 2016: Final list released, many colleges still have vacant seats

Jul 21, 2016 17:58 IST

Delhi University has released its fifth and final cut off list for the new academic year, classes of which has already begun. While, many of the colleges have stopped taking admissions, there are very few prestigious colleges that are still taking students in popular courses through the fifth cut off list.

Shri Ram College of Commerce is offering BA (Hons) Economics seats at 97.25 percent, while Lady Shri Ram College for Women is offering seats of BA (Hons) English at 96.25 percent. Hindu College has quite a few steams open till the fifth cut off list went public and it is offering BA (Hons) in Economics, English, Hindi and  Political Science at 96.50, 96.89, 96.50 and 96.50 percent respectively.

The fifth cut off list saw a very fine cut off marks drop of 0.25 to 0.50 percent and allowed students to take admission in courses of their choices. In Colleges like Ramjas, Hansraj, Hindu and Kirorimal, the B.Sc (Hons) Math course is still available in the cut off range of 94 to 96 percent. These colleges are also offering BA (Hons) Economics, English and History.

While, the classes for the academic session 2016-17 have already begun, the Delhi University is still taking admission of students based on their fifth and final cut off list. The university had declared earlier this year that it would not issue more than five cut off lists and the admissions would soon conclude with students taking seats in different courses in colleges under DU. If there are seats remaining vacant even after the fifth list admissions, the colleges would individually take out vacant seat details. The students would then have to apply for the seats to each of the colleges, based on their marks. The selection of the candidates would be made based on their position in the merit list.

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