Even in the final round of admissions that is based on the fifth/last list of cutoffs for general category candidates, seats for highly-coveted subjects like Commerce and Economics are still available in many north campus colleges of Delhi University. For the highly-seeking Commerce subject, seats are available in 24 colleges including Kirori Mal and Hans Raj in North Campus; and Gargi, Kamala Nehru and College of Vocational Studies across off-campus colleges.
Kirori Mal still has seats in as many as seven courses for general category candidates while Hans Raj and Ramjas have five each. Hans Raj has seats available in English, commerce, chemistry, electronics and computer science; and Ramjas has reopened admissions for subjects --English, Chemistry, Political Science, Sanskrit and zoology.
Sri Venkateswara College has reopened admissions in commerce with the new cutoff at 95.7 percent.
Rasmjas, which has resumed admissions in its zoology course with the cut- off of the first-list level as 88%, has retained the fourth-list cutoff of 91.5%-95.5% for political science. And at both Hans Raj and KMC, the fifth-list cutoff ranges for commerce are the same as the previous ones, that is, 96.5%-98% and 96%-96.24%.
But at the off-campus colleges, cut-off differences can be felt. Like, at Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, the cutoff for commerce has decreased considerably from 93%-93.5% to 91.5%; for economics it has reduced the cut-off from 92%-93.25% to 90.5%; and in English they condensed the cut-off from 86.5%-87.25% to 85.5%-88.5%.
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