Admission to Delhi University (DU) Commerce, English & Economics courses seem to stay open in the third cut-off list.

Last Updated: 2013-07-04T10:33:00+05:30

Seats to be Available for Commerce, English & Economics Courses in DU Third List

New Delhi: The third cut-off list is issued by the Delhi University. The seats are going to be available for famous courses including Commerce, Economics and English. As Delhi University colleges second-list admissions were closed on Wednesday afternoon and the third cutoff list published on the same night, some of the colleges have already calculated the number of seats for courses while judging the admissions and withdrawals.
As per sources, the Hindu College is likely to issue new cutoffs for English, economics and commerce owing to insufficient number of admissions in these courses. There have been withdrawals, too, though very few and across courses.
Moreover, Shri Ram College of Commerce has admitted 69 candidates against 62 seats for the Economics course. But, Economics course seats will be available for sure at Kamala Nehru College which has admitted only 29 for the 86 seats in the course. Kamala Nehru College may issue a third cutoff for Journalism as there have been 18 admissions for 39 seats. They also have seats in Philosophy and Sanskrit courses. But, surprisingly, there has been only one withdrawal at KNC till now.
As per sources, the cutoffs of Kirori Mal College are a bit difficult to predict as the college has seen 70-80 withdrawals after Sunday's fiasco related to the University Grants Commission's National Eligibility Test. As per current situation, Miranda House may release third-list cutoffs even in Economics, English and computer science.
In addition, English course seats may also be available in Lady Shri Ram College which is likely to issue third-list cutoffs even in history. As per records, the Sciences are closed in several colleges but Ramjas may issue third cutoffs for physics and chemistry, which have 100 seats each. Ramjas has seen about 130 withdrawals, mostly from mathematics and statistics courses, though the college got a huge number of applications in the same subjects after the issue of second list.
- By Iti Agarwal
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