Thursday, July 05, 2007


DELHI University’s third cut off list may dash many hopes on Thursday but those seeking entry into Science courses still stand a chance. While many colleges have closed admissions for a number of courses, including Economics and Commerce, the third list has marked a 2 to 5 per cent decline in cut-offs across all Science courses.A number of seats are available in Botany, Chemistry and Zoology Honours in colleges like Hindu, Hans Raj, Kirori Mal, Ramjas and Sri Venkateswara while admissions to Maths has been closed at Daulat Ram, Hansraj, DDU, Dyal Singh, KMC and Miranda House.The Sanskrit (Hons) course seems to have lost its charm, with most colleges releasing a third list for the programme at cut-offs as low as 45 percent. While colleges like IP, Daulat Ram, DDU, Gargi, LSR and Sri Venkateswara didn’t release a third list for most courses, admission to courses like Sanskrit, Hindi and Sociology remain open in most.Hindu College, however, remained the surprise of the pack with a third list for every course taught at the college, though the cut-offs saw a marginal drop. While B Com (Hons) cut off dipped by a mere 0.5 percent, drop in courses like Maths, Economics and Political Science varied from 1 to 2 per cent.

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