Some of the top Delhi University colleges have closed their admissions altogether, while some have very few of their courses still open under the third cut-off list released on Monday night.

Shri Ram College of Commerce, Hindu College and Ramjas College have closed admissions to all their courses.

The principals of all three colleges told The Hindu they are full and counting withdrawals too, a fourth list is unlikely, although sometimes seats open up in the fifth or sixth list, when students leave the colleges for professional courses. “Our sanctioned strength is 750 and we have already admitted 820 students. Unless there are heavy withdrawals at the time of professional entrances, we will not be bringing out any more lists,” said Hindu College principal Pradyum, adding that sometimes seat in Sciences open up when students leave for Engineering or Medicine.

Hans Raj College was one of the few colleges to have many of its courses still open. B.A. (Programme) is available at 88 to 94.50 per cent, lower even than Khalsa College which is asking 89 to 90 per cent. Commerce, English, Economics, History, Physics and Chemistry are also open at Hans Raj, among others.

Kirori Mal, which closed admissions to most of its courses in its second list, has opened it again for B.Com, Commerce and History due to withdrawals.

Among the girls’ colleges, Miranda House has its B.A. (Programme), English, History and Chemistry courses still open.

On the South Campus, Lady Shri Ram College is still offering B.A. (Programme), English, Commerce and Economics at 97 per cent each as also Political Science.

Kamala Nehru College has still got its doors open for B.A. (Programme) in the range of 82.50 to 89 per cent, along with Economics. Gargi College has closed all its admissions.