New Delhi: Delhi University‘s sixth cut-off list for admissions to Four-Year Undergraduate Programmes (FYUP), issued on Sunday, came as a surprise for many general category students as seats for popular courses in major colleges are still open.
As per sources, the admission for the sixth cut-off list begins today. Commerce course is still open in 17 DU’s colleges, including Hansraj, Kamala Nehru, Gargi and Shivaji. Ramjas College, admitting students for English, political science, physics, and chemistry, has also reopened admissions in commerce, with a cutoff range of 95.75%-97.75%, which was closed for general category after the third list. Moreover, seven colleges are offering commerce below 90, with lowest cutoff 84.75% at Shyamlal (Evening).
The admission to English is open at seven colleges, including Kirori Mal and Ramjas. The cut-off for English has reduced to 88.5-94.5 per cent at Ramjas, while it has dipped by 5 per cent at Kirori Mal with 98.5 per cent. On the other hand, Economics is still available in 13 colleges. The lowest cut-off for the subject is at Ramanujan at 87.5 per cent. Five colleges are offering admission to this course at cutoffs below 90 per cent. The cut-off for economics at Miranda House is 95.75-96.25 per cent and at SGTB Khalsa it is 96 per cent.
According to the information, science is also up for grabs in campus colleges including Ramjas and SGTB Khalsa. The cut-off for physics at Ramjas and SGTB Khalsa is 93.33 per cent and 92 per cent, respectively. Chemistry is open at five colleges, including DDU (88%), Maitreyi (84%), Motilal Nehru (88%), Ramjas (91%) and SGTB Khalsa (89.67%).
In the sixth cut-off list, history is being offered at ARSD (65.5%), IP College (84-89%) and Motilal Nehru (66-74%). The admission to political science is open at Ramjas with cut-off ranging between 91.25% and 95.25% and at Motilal Nehru with 80-85 per cent. Geography seats are available only at Aditi Mahavidyalaya at 63.5%. Journalism is open at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce at 91.5 per cent and Kamala Nehru at 92.5-94.5 per cent.