The sixth cutoff list for getting admission in various colleges of Delhi university released on Monday and it was full of surprises as seats in some major courses were still available for general category candidates such as Commerce, economics and English. Seats were also vacant in other courses as well such as geography, history, Hindi, Journalism and political sciences courses.
In the previous year (2012), limited courses were available in 6th cutoff list and only one college, Kirori Mal college was offering economics seat however this year huge difference in the sixth cutoff list was encountered. Different courses in almost 13 DU colleges are still offered admissions.
Approximately seven colleges, listed in sixth cutoff offering commerce below than 90% and the lowest cutoff of 84.75% is offered for commerce at Shyamlal (Evening). Alongside, economics is also available in five colleges at below 90% where Ramanujan offers lowest cutoff of 87.5%. Seats for the course is also available in Miranda House at 95.75-96.25% and SGTB Khalsa at 96%.
Aspirants can get admission in history course in IP College at 84-89%, ARSD at 65.5% and Motilal Nehru at 66-74%. Besides, Motilal Nehru college offers political science at 80-85% and Ramjas offers the course between 91.25% and 95.25%. Journalism is being offered at Kamala Nehru (92.5-94.5%) and Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (91.5%). In addition, Geography is available at Aditi Mahavidyalaya (63.5%).
In few campus colleges, science is also available such as SGTB Khalsa and Ramjas. SGTB Khalsa and Ramjas offering physics course at 92% and 93.33%, respectively while chemistry is available at Maitreyi (84%), Ramjas (91%), SGTB Khalsa (89.67%), Motilal Nehru (88%) and DDU (88%).
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