Though most off-campus colleges like Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, Zakir Husain and Keshav Mahavidyalaya have a number of seats up for grabs in several courses, they have decided to tread with caution and have made only a slight change in their third cut-off lists. However, the little dip in percentage has managed to bring the smiles back on the faces of many aspirants.
"I am looking to get myself enrolled with an off-campus college in a course of my preference now. It is more important that I pursue a course of my choice and liking rather than studying in a top college," said a computer science aspirant.
Though the first day of the third round of admission witnessed a sizeable number of withdrawals as well, the number of students getting themselves enrolled was high too.
"We saw maximum admissions in chemistry, computer science, zoology, physics, mathematics and commerce. So far we have filled 411 out of the total 650 seats we have," said SK Garg, principal of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College.