Wednesday, July 11, 2007

DU Admission---fourth cut-off

Delhi University’s fourth and final cut-off list for admissions released on Monday offers only a few courses in some colleges as admission to most other programmes stood closed after the third list.While B.Com (Honours) is by now unavailable at almost all colleges, there is a ray of hope for students who can pursue the same at College of Vocational Studies and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College for 88-92.5 per cent and 87 per cent respectively.Surprisingly, the course is still open at Kirori Mal College where it has dipped by one per cent from the third cut-off list to stand at 92-96 per cent.Admissions to B.Com (Hons) are also open at Deshbandhu College and Dyal Singh for 82.5-84.5 per cent and 85.5-90.5 per cent, respectively.P.G.D.A.V College is also offering the same at 86-89 per cent, while at Shyam Lal College the cut-off is 82.75 per cent.It seems B.Com (Programme) has also followed the same path and the course is still available at a handful of colleges. The admissions are open at Dayal Singh for 81.5-86.5 per cent, 81-84 per cent at P.G.D.A.V. and at Vivekananda College for 80 per cent.Students can opt for the same at Kirori Mal and Shaheed Bhagat Singh for 90.5-94.5 per cent and 85-90 per cent, respectively.History (Hons) can still be pursued at Deshbandhu, Lakshmi Bai, Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Shivaji, Swami Shardhanand and Zakir Husain College.Hans Raj has also taken out a fourth cut-off list for this course and the eligibility criterion is 76.5-82.5 per cent.Studying the popular Economics (Hons) is still an option for students at Deshbandu and evening colleges like Ram Lal Anand and Shyam Lal.Ramjas College, too, has not closed admissions for the same and the cut-off stands at 88.5-92 per cent. It is also available at College of Vocational Studies and Deshbandhu for 84.25-89.5 per cent and 81 per cent, respectively.Political Science (Hons) remains on offer at several colleges like Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Dayal Singh (evening), Maitreyi, Ram Lal Anand (evening), Ramjas, Sri Aurobindo, Zakir Husain and morning and evening colleges at both Deshbandhu and P.G.D.A.V.Colleges like Acharya Narendra Dev, Indraprastha College for Women, Janki Devi Memorial, Mata Sundri, Motilal Nehru (evening) and Miranda House have closed their admissions in Arts and Commerce courses.Among the Science courses, most of the colleges have come out with a fourth cut-off list, registering a small decrease in the programmes.While admissions to Physics (Hons) and Chemistry (Hons) have been closed at Hans Raj, Hindu and Shivaji, they are still available at Acharya Narendra Dev, Dayal Singh, Deshbandhu, Motilal Nehru and Rajdhani College.At Kirori Mal, Physics (Hons) and Chemistry (Hons) are being offered at 81 per cent and 74 per cent, respectively. Apart from these two, Sri Venkateswara College has declared a fourth cut-off list in courses like Botany (Hons), Zoology (Hons), B.Sc. Life Science and B.Sc. (Hons) Biological Science.Botany (Hons) can be pursued at Hans Raj with 68 per cent, for 71 per cent at Hindu and at Daulat Ram College with 68.3 per cent.B.Sc. Physical Science and B.Sc. Life Science remain available in most colleges offering Science courses.Eligible candidates ought to complete their admission formalities in the concerned colleges between July 11 and 13.hindu

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