Delhi Universityís 5th cut-off list is out with vacant seats for commerce and economics courses.

Last Updated: 2013-07-11T10:58:26+05:30

DUís 5th Cut-off List Out with Seats Still Available for Demanding Courses

New Delhi: Even after the fifth cut-off list released by Delhi University (DU) on Wednesday, the general category seats for the most demanding courses like commerce and economics are still available in main campus DU colleges. The seats for commerce course are up for grabs in 24 DU colleges including Kirori Mal and Hans Raj in North Campus and Gargi, Kamala Nehru and College of Vocational Studies among off-campus colleges.
As per information, it appears that the North Campus colleges are offering seats for more courses in the fifth cut-off list, in comparison to off-campus colleges. According to the cut-off list, Kirori Mal has vacant general category seats in seven courses, while Hans Raj and Ramjas have in five courses. The courses open at Hans Raj are English, commerce, chemistry, electronics and computer science. At Ramjas, the courses including English, chemistry, political science, Sanskrit and zoology, are up for grabs.
Among South Campus colleges, Sir Venkateswara College will admit general category students for commerce and economics courses. The cut-off for commerce course is set at 95.75 per cent with a dip of 0.25 per cent. The cut-off for economics course is also dropped by 0.25 per cent and ranges between 95.5 to 96 per cent.
However, as the cutoffs were reduced very slightly earlier, they haven't reduced at all on the fifth list for many courses. At Rasmjas, the minimum cut-off percentage has been kept at the first-list level—88%; even for political science, the fourth-list cutoff of 91.5%-95.5% has been retained. The fifth-list cutoff ranges for commerce are the same as the previous ones-96.5%-98% and 96%-96.24% at Hans Raj and Kirori Mal College. At Ramjas, the considerable dip in minimum marks can be seen in English from 90.25%-96.25% to 89%-95%.
Among off-campus colleges, at Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma, the cutoff for commerce has dipped considerably from 93%-93.5% to 91.5% for all streams; for economics it is 92%-93.25% to 90.5%; in English it is 86.5%-87.25% to 85.5%-88.5%.
- By Raihan Hassan
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