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DU admission second cutoff: Last day to get a college seat, third list on July 7

For morning colleges under Delhi University, students can complete the admission process between 9pm to 1pm today and the same can be completed between 1pm to 5pm for evening colleges.

delhi Updated: Jul 07, 2017 11:53 IST
Heena Kausar
Under the second cutoff list, admissions are open at 44 colleges for English (hons) and 38 colleges have kept admission open for Economics (hons).
Under the second cutoff list, admissions are open at 44 colleges for English (hons) and 38 colleges have kept admission open for Economics (hons).(Sushil Kumar/HT FILE)

Students, who meet the second cutoff list at the Delhi University but have not yet taken admissions, should rush to colleges and confirm their admission as Tuesday is the last day to complete the admission process under the second list.

For morning colleges, students can complete the admission process between 9pm to 1pm and the same can be completed between 1pm to 5pm for Evening colleges.

The third cutoff list will come out on July 7.

Some colleges have closed the admission process.

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Under the second cutoff list, admissions are open at 44 colleges for English (hons) and 38 colleges have kept admission open for Economics (hons).

But in the third cutoff, which will be announced on Friday, the Sri Ram College of Commerce will close admission for BCom (hons) in the third list for general and OBC candidates. The college had already closed admission for Economic (hons) for General candidates after the first cutoff list.

“We will give admission in BCom (hons) till Tuesday as we cannot refuse admission to anyone meeting the cutoff who comes within schedule. But seats are full for general and OBC so there will be no third cutoff in that category,” said RP Rustagi, officiating principal.

Many colleges such as Hans Raj, Ramjas, Kirori Mal and Sri Venkateshwara are still left with seats in most courses and the third cutoff is likely to see a dip.

Till Monday, Miranda House had completed 600 admissions against the 1000 total seats they have. KMC had completed 710 admissions against close to 1100 total seats.