Delhi University is About to Release it’s 6th Cut-off List for UG Courses

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Delhi University 6th cut-off list will be released by tomorrow (22 July, 2017), Admissions for the sixth cut-off will happen between 22 and 25 July (except Sunday) for all the categories,” said Delhi University in a release.

Students after release can know about the cut-off marks from the official website, As Delhi University (DU) will be releasing its sixth cut off list for the academic session 2017-18 on July 22 online in the official website.

The University has recently released a notice where it extended the date of taking admission to undergraduate courses under the fifth cut-off list by a day i.e. till today, July 20. On July 18 when roughly 10 per cent seats were left for admissions Delhi University had taken out the fifth cut off list, and now sixth cut off list will be released tomorrow.

The university has decided to start another admission drive for Reserved categories students which includes:

  • SC/ST Students
  • OBC Students
  • Persons with disability (PWD) students
  • Children/widows of armed forces
  • Kashmiri migrants
  • Students from sports quota

The cut-off this year remained high and there was been a marginal dip. In the fifth list:

  • As Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) demanded 97.5 per cent for the BA (honours) Psychology course.
  • The Hindu College’s cut off remains high with 97.25 for BA (honours) Economics.
  • The lowest cut off for the fifth list was at Zakir Husain Delhi College (Evening) with 45 for BA (Honours) Persian.

“The drive for such admissions will happen from 31 July to 5 August,” the release said. Monday, out of 50,000 seats under merit-based undergraduate courses, admissions to almost 47,000 seats have already been done.

Miranda House:” Its look like they are done with admissions. Out of 1,000 available seats, nearly 996 seats have been filled.Most of our courses look like they maybe either closed, or we have already had over-admission. Even if we do have a few seats remaining, it would only be a seat or two for the general category students of English and Sociology (hons) programmes, and the other remaining seats would be for reserved categories,” said Pratibha Jolly, the principal in a recent HT report.

Daulat Ram College: According to the notification, Daulat Ranm College soon will be releasing a sixth cut-off list. 10 courses out of their available 18 still open for admissions under the fifth list, are not expected to release a sixth one.

Savita Roy, the principal said “Almost all our seats are already filled. In fact, we have had some over-admission by dropping the cutoffs by just a mark or two.”

Kirori Mal College: The sixth cut-off will be released for its six leftover courses. Moreover, the officiating principle said that they have seats available in the reserved categories. Kirori Mal College had already closed 15 courses out of 21 available courses at the college under the fifth list, but college authorities are not sure if they will be closing the other courses by the end of this admission cycle.

Dinesh Khattar, the officiating principal said “We may have a few seats remaining, especially in the reserved categories. But is too early to tell.”

According to their principal PC Tulsian “The remaining seats are also expected to be filled by the end of the fifth cycle of admissions on Wednesday.” Ramjas College have available near 1,500 seats, which is nearly filled, still they had seats available for Economics (Hons) and BA Programme.

For more information students visit the official website.

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