Delhi University (DU), New Delhi, has issued the third cut-off list for admission into various undergraduate courses, to be offered in the session 2012.

Last Updated: 2012-07-03T01:50:17+05:30

Delhi University (DU) Issues Third Cut-off List for Admission 2012

New Delhi: Delhi University (DU), New Delhi, has issued the third cut-off list for admission into various undergraduate arts, commerce and science courses, to be offered in the session 2012. The cut-off was published on July 2, 2012 and has given another opportunity to students seeking admission into one of India’s finest universities. The University has published the cut-off list on the official website: In addition, the direct links for the same are:
  • For Arts & Commerce Programmes:
  • For Science Programmes:
As per sources, seats in BA programme are still open in as many as 34 colleges. Sources further informed that the decrease in cutoff has been reasonably good in BA programme, ranging between 1% and 8%. In addition, Deshbandhu College and Zakir Husain Delhi College registered a dip of 8%, followed by Swami Shraddhanand College at 7%.
Sources confirmed that around 12 colleges including ‘popular’ ones like Hans Raj College, Ramjas College and Sri Venkateswara College, are still open to admissions into BA (Honors) Economics. The highest reduction in this course is seen at Kalindi College and Shyam Lal (Evening) College with a drop of 1%. Admissions for BA (Honors) English are open at 13 colleges (both CATE and other inclusive), including campus colleges like Indraprastha College and SGTB Khalsa College.
Candidates seeking admission in commerce stream have a reason to be elated as many colleges are still enrolling candidates on their list. Hans Raj College, Indraprastha College and Ramjas College are amongst the north campus colleges that have still opened their doors for admission seekers. However, Hans Raj College and Indraprastha College retained their second cutoff in the third list
According to the third cut-off, Ramjas College dropped its merit marginally, by just 0.5%. The course is also open in Lady Shri Ram College with a drop of 0.25% and in Sri Venkateswara with a decrease of 0.5%. The most sought-after programme of DU, B Com (Honors) is offered in 55 colleges and is still open across 24 colleges in the third list. Admissions to this course have been reopened in Sri Aurobindo College, Keshav Mahavidyalaya and Ram Lal Anand College.
Furthermore, most colleges have closed admission in the science stream, before the release of the third cutoff. However, seats for B Sc (Honors) Mathematics are vacant in three colleges - Moti Lal Nehru College, Lady Shri Ram College and Mata Sundri College, while at Vivekananda College, admissions are open against cancellation.
For further information regarding the cut-off, candidates can visit the abovementioned website of the University.
- By Archana Sharma
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