Although the academic session started in Delhi University on 24th July 2013, the university released its 10th cut-off list on Monday night with admissions still open for few popular courses including commerce and economics. The cut-off list was for all categories. July 31st, 2013 was the deadline given to colleges by the Delhi University to fill-up vacant seats in different undergraduate courses.
Due to a number of seats lying vacant in different colleges, admissions have been reopened for all categories in various colleges. Admissions are open in Economics and commerce in Sri Venkateshwara College - the percentage of marks required for admission in Economics for general category is 95-96 per cent and for OBC is 85 per cent. In Commerce courses, admission for general category is closed and the cut-off for OBC is 88.5 per cent. Hindu college has opened admissions to Mathematics and statistics. Percentage required for admission in Mathematics is 95.5 and statistics is 94.75.
Kirori Mal College has opened undergraduate seats for economics and English with the cut-off set at 94.5 percent and 88.75 percent respectively. Maharaja Agrasen College has opened admission for Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication course at 88.75; admissions were declared closed after the fourth list.
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, College of Vocational Studies, Rajdhani College and SGND Khalsa are among the colleges where admission into commerce course is still available.
The admissions on the tenth cut- off list will commence on July 30 and 31 and this is the last list released by Delhi University this year.