A steep decrease is likely to be seen in Delhi University cutoffs for admissions 2014 in the three programme courses— BA, BSc and BCom, restored under the three-year degree programme, as slow filling up of seats in these programmes has been observed in majority of colleges.
However, it is also a possibility that all courses will not be on offer since some colleges are closing admissions in BCom (honours), political science and history. In addition, seats for Economics and English honours courses have also be taken in few colleges.
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Shri Ram College of Commerce may close admission to many courses, but admissions are still open to programme - BCom (honours).
Other top-picked colleges as Lady Shri Ram, Hindu, Sri Venkateswara, Miranda House, Indraprastha College for Women and others are also highly likely to welcome students for enrolling themselves to majority of courses under second-cut offs.
At Gargi, admissions for English, History, zoology and microbiology admissions will be closed too, soon after the first list. Though. The remaining programmes and subjects will be on offer and cutoffs will drop marginally, as told by Acting Principal Sashi Tyagi.
In Lady Sri Ram college, no second cutoff will be declared for its Psychology course.
Kamala Nehru college is likely to close admission for English, while off-campus college—Shivaji will lock admission for both English and Geography.
Hindu college will end admission intake for Political science and history programme after first cut-off itself, as told by Principal Pradyumn Kumar.
Some colleges in North campus is said to have enrolled more students than its capacity due to large number of admission seekers coming in. Ramjas College admitted students in English Programme -- 110 against 62 seats. Admission will remain open in BCom honors courses in second cut-offs as well for reserved category students, said Principal PC Jain.
The second cutoff admissions start from Friday and will continue till Monday.