Delhi University admission process has reached the crucial, mass, stage. With those having secured top marks in their 12th standard already sealing their seats in the best colleges, there has been a small reduction in the cut-off marks, allowing the numerically superior in numbers students to get a chance to secure a coveted seat in these premium colleges.
Delhi University admission process has reached the crucial, mass, stage. With those having secured top marks in their 12th standard already sealing their seats in the best colleges, there has been a small reduction in the cut-off marks, allowing the numerically superior in numbers students to get a chance to secure a coveted seat in these premium colleges. Delhi University had on Sunday announced its third cut-off list , which registered a bare minimum fall of about 1 per cent only. With tens of thousands of anxious students and their kin running from pillar to post to ensure the best possible education, the prospects and options available are limited. Here we take a look at the latest situation prevalent as far as Delhi University admissions third cut-off list are concerned:
1. With Delhi University keeping the third cut-off list marks really high many seats are still to be filled after admissions closed based on second cut-off list. In a big concern for students who secured high marks but not anywhere near 100%, a big concern has arisen as Delhi University has announced that in 2016 admissions process only five cut-off lists will be released – in years gone by as many as 10 cut-off lists have been issued.
2. Delhi University admissions under third cut-off list started on Monday. Under this list, students can take admission over the next 3 days. The fourth list will be announced thereafter, if colleges feel there is a need for it.
3. One of the leading Delhi University institutions, the Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), in its third cut-off list, applicable to BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons) Economics courses is 97.25 per cent. The fall from second cut-off list is a mere 0.25 and 0.50 percentage points respectively.
4. In the exclusively girls only college, the Lady Sri Ram College (LSR), the BCom (Hons) cut-offs have been pegged at at 97.25 per cent. As far as BA (Hons) Economics and BA(Hons) English are concerned, the third cut-off list has been reduced to 97 per cent, which is a fall of only 0.25 [B.Com (Hons)] and 0.50 for the others.
5. Mainstream Ramjas College’s third cut-off list has cut the marks for BA (H) Economics to 96.75 per cent, 95.75 per cent for BA (H) English and 96.50 per cent for BCom(H).
6. North Campus based Ramjas College’s third cut-off list has reduced the marks to 96.75 per cent for BA (H) Economics, 95.75 per cent for BA (H) English and 96.50 per cent for BCom(H).
7. Things have really moved for Kirori Mal College where admissions have already been closed for BCom and BA (Hons) Political Science. All the seats were allocated to students in the second cut-off list itself. However, for the much-in-demand BCom (Hons) the cut-off has been slashed to 96.50 per cent, which is a fall of 0.50.
8. At Ram Lal Anand College, BA (Hons) English seats are available at 91.50 per cent as per the third cut-off list. This is 1.50 per cent below the cut-off mark in the second list. BA courses are available at 85 per cent, which is as much as 2 per cent below the earlier mark.
9. PGDAV college, in its third cut-off list for BA (Pass) has not reduced the percentage at all from the one imposed by the second cut-off list of 85 per cent.
10. Admissions are over at Sri Aurobindo College for BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons) English courses.