Delhi University on Sunday evening released its third cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses.
At Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), the cut-offs for BA (Hons) Economics and B.Com (Hons) were reduced to 97. 25% in both courses. The qualifying marks in the second list were 97.75% and 97.5% respectively.
Other top colleges too saw a drop of 0.25% to one percentage point in the DU cut-offs, providing some relief to student who missed out on qualifying for admission so far by a sliver.
Many colleges have closed admission to subjects like BA (Hons) Political Science and BA (Hons) Sociology in the general category.
At Hans Raj College, apart from BA (Hons) in Hindi, seats in all courses from the arts and commerce steam are still up for grabs. At Kirori Mal College, all BCom and BA (Hons) Political Science seats got filled up after the second cut-off. At 96.50%, there has been a drop of a drop of 0.50% in the third cut-off list for BCom (Hons).
At Lady Shri Ram College, admissions in the general category closed in Hindi, sociology and philosophy course. Seats are still available for BCom (Hons) at 97.25%; and at 97% for both BA (Hons) Economics and BA (Hons) English. The third list has resulted in a drop of 0.25% in B.Com (Hons), and 0.50% in BA (Hons) Economics and BA (Hons) English cut-offs.
Students seeking admission under the DU third cut-off list can apply for their choice at the colleges within three days by getting their documents verified and paying the fee.
The DU fourth cut-off list will be released after that.
DU had earlier announced that it will only release five cut-off lists this year unlike previous years when 10-12 lists were released.