Fourth list comes out with significantly reduced cut-offs

Delhi University’s top colleges have validated all those admission seekers still holding out for that elusive seat by re-opening admissions to their most coveted courses with significantly reduced cut-offs in the fourth cut-off list released late on Thursday night.

Withdrawals

Hindu College’s Economics (Honours) which opened with a 99.25 per cent upper limit and closed shop within the second cut-offs, has re-opened admissions with a cut-off in the range of 97.75 to 94.25 per cent. The college was forced to re-open admissions owing to withdrawals.

Ramjas College has also re-opened admissions into its Economics (Honours) with a significantly reduced cut-off in the range of 95.75 to 92.75 per cent. Its B. Com (Honours) is also available with a marginally reduced cut-off at 97.5 to 95.5 per cent, with B. Com going at 96.5 to 94.5 per cent.

The all-girls Miranda House has also re-opened admissions into its coveted Economics (Honours) course with a reduced cut-off in the range of 96.25 to 95 per cent.

Hans Raj College has kept open both its commerce courses with marginal reductions. Economics (Honours) here now requires a percentage in the range of 96.25 to 95.25 and B. Com (Honours) is there for the taking from 98 to 96 per cent.

Jesus and Mary College has also re-opened admissions into its Psychology (Honours) course with a reduced cut-off in the range of 94.5 to 93.5 per cent.

Good news

There is good news for those hoping to clinch a seat in the South Campus Colleges like Sri Venkateshwara College. Most of its coveted courses still open with reduced cut-offs. Economics (Honours) requires 96 to 94.75, B. Com (Honours) 96.75 to 95.75, B. Com 94.5 and B.A. requires a percentage in the range of 91 to 80.

Kamla Nehru College is the other South Campus college which still has its B. Com course open with 93 to 89 per cent. IP College also has B. Com (Honours) open with 95 per cent and History (Honours) with 88.5 to 83.5 per cent.

Less popular

Surprisingly the less-popular science courses are almost filled in all the colleges. Hans Raj College has kept its Electronics (Honours) open with 92.33 per cent while Kirori Mal has Statistics (Honours) at 93.24 to 92.75 per cent and B. Sc. Life Sciences at 77.99 to 75 per cent.

Ramjas College has Physics (Honours) open with 93 per cent and B. Sc. Life Sciences with 81 per cent. Sri Venkateshwara has Bio-Chemistry (Honours) open with 91 per cent, Statistics (Honours) with 92 to 88 per cent and B. Sc. Life Sciences with 74 per cent.