There was a lot of good news for admission-seekers as Delhi University’s second cut-off lists released by many prominent colleges early on Thursday evening, announced significantly reduced cut-offs for some of their most coveted courses.

Hindu College, which had declared the highest cut-offs this season, still had its B. Com. course open with an asking score from 97 to 99.50 per cent, a sizeable reduction from its earlier 99.75 per cent. It also has its English course open with 98 per cent, Economics at 98.75 per cent, Physics at 97 per cent and BA (Programme) at 94 per cent.

Shri Ram College of Commerce also has its B. Com. course open with a 99 per cent cut-off, a .25 percentage point reduction from its earlier ask.

Among the prominent all-girls colleges Miranda House College had many of its courses open, with Economics (Honours) commanding the highest cut-offs with 96.75 per cent. It was closed for persons with disability (PwD) category though. Its second highest cut-off seeking course, History with 96.50 per cent, had also closed for Scheduled Tribe and OBC categories. But English was open with 96.25 per cent and Sociology at 94.50. BA (programme) with a 93 per cent cut-off was, however, closed for the Scheduled Caste category.

Lady Shri Ram College too had most of its courses open with only Psychology, Hindi, Philosophy and B.A (Programme) being closed. It is still offering B.Com with the highest ask of 97.25 per cent, followed by 96.50 per cent for Political Science and English.

Kamala Nehru College had also closed admissions for English, Psychology, Political Science and Sociology. Ramjas College had closed admissions for B.A. Programme, English, History, Hindi, Psychology, Chemistry, Zoology and Statistics.

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