New Delhi, 10th July 2015
Delhi University announces its 4th cut off list for undergraduate programs. Students who are still stuck in perplexion and dilemma can now secure an academic seat in Delhi University. The list has been announced on 9th July 2015.
The seats are still vacant for major popular courses as the recent cut-off has shown a negligible drop in the scores that are imperative for admission. Important institutes like Sri Ram College of Commerce, Daulat Ram College and Lady Sri Ram College have closed admission for general category. However, SRCC Economics (H) still allows admission through its fourth cut-off list which is 97.37 percent. Kirori Mal College has also closed admission to many courses in Arts except- Politcal Science (H) 94.25 per cent. For commerce disciplines like B.Com (H) and Economics (H) are open at 96.5 per cent and 96.25 per cent with a maximum drop of 0.5 per cent.
Moreover, Gargi College has released a cut off of an average dip of 0.5 per cent in most of the courses. English (H), Application Psychology (H) and B.Com (H) are open at percentage of 93.25%, 95.5 % and 95.25% respectively.
Candidates looking for B.com (H) at ARSD College had have attained 97. At Aryabhatta College, Deshbandhu College and College of Vocational Studies 95 is the minimum criteria. In addition, for Hansraj College 95.5 and at Gargi College 96.25 are the requisites.
Janki Devi Memorial College, SGTB Khalsa, SGND Khalsa and Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, have yet not released the third cut off list in view of a Delhi High Court and have granted them minority status and featured them in the fourth list.
According to the notification released by the college, those students who have qualified in the past run down under PWD classes and General category can apply for admission. As per the announcements made students have to meet the minimum criteria of the fourth list to take admission. The next cut off list will be out on 14th July 2015.