New Delhi : With many top Delhi University colleges closing admissions just after the first cut-off and many others declaring only a slight decrease in the per centages in the second cut-off list, aspirants waiting to get admission in DU may not have many good options left for them.
Admissions under the first cut-off were closed on Thursday and many colleges declared their second cut-off list, admissions to which will begin from Friday.
Kirori Mal College has closed admissions for all courses, except Geography (Honours). The cut-off for the subject, however, has only seen a slight decrease of 0.75 per cent from 96.25 to 94.25 per cent.
Gargi College has also closed admissions for all courses leaving B.Com (Programme) and B.A. (Programme). Similarly, Shri Ram College of Commerce is taking application only for B.Com (Honours) and has decreased the cut-off by 0.25 per cent. Its cut-off now ranges between 97 and 99 per cent.
At Hindu College, there is be no second list for History, Political Science and Hindi Honours. The college has decreased the cut-off for Commerce by only 0.25 per cent making it 99.50 in the second list. Chemistry (Honours) has seen a decrease of one per cent and now stands at 96 per cent.
Interestingly, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College, which had declared a cut-off of 100 per cent for Computer Science (Honours) in the first list, has now reduced its cut-off to 94.5 per cent for non-science students.
Some of the other colleges that have closed admissions for its most-sought courses are LSR, IP and Miranda House.
In most colleges, the second cut-off has stayed in the range of 90 to 99 per cent. (Source- Mail Today )