Delhi University (DU) released its third cut-off list late on 07 July 2014. It is considered as the last list for admissions in the undergraduate courses for this academic year. The aspirants can take admission in some of the popular courses of the university as the cut-offs have dropped mostly. Admissions are likely to begin from the very next day and candidates will get three days time to take admissions.
Some popular courses such as BCom (hons), BCom, English, Economics, BA etc have the availability of seats across the city. Most of the reputed colleges have wrapped up their admission process after the second cut-off list, but few as Hindu, Hansraj, Miranda House and Sri Venkateswara College, will still continue with admissions for 2014-15 in various courses.
Science subjects witnessed sharpest drop of cut-offs in almost every course. Students have chance to apply for courses like Physics, Chemistry and Life Sciences in colleges like Hansraj, Miranda and Ramjas. In Hansraj cut-offs for Botany, Chemistry and Physics stood at 90%, 95% and 96%. Miranda college dropped the percentage to 89% for BSc Life Science subject. At Ramjas the cut-off percentage for Chemistry is set at 94%.
For commerce, Lady Shri Ram College made 97% as the mark for BCom (Hons) courses in the third cut-off. Gargi College has set the percentage for 93.5% as its cut-off for BCom (Programme).
The drop of the cut-off mark for the humanities stream was not notable. Kamala Nehru College will be admitting students for Economics (Hons) with marks ranging between 95.75% and 98%. Lady Shri Ram College has set its mark for the same course to 97%. Daulat Ram College will admit students for English and History having 91.75% to 95.75%. Whereas other colleges such as Delhi College of Arts and Commerce have set 93.5%, Hindu College ranging between 93.75% to 97.75% and Maharaja Agrasen College range between 89.75% to 91.75% for English and History courses respectively.
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