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DU announces third cut-off list

With most seats in colleges of the Delhi University already being filled, a depleted third cut-off list was announced today, though the minimum marks required for admission to the popular B Com (Hons) course remained above 90 per cent in the few colleges that still have seats.

delhi Updated: Jul 01, 2010 17:30 IST

With most seats in colleges of the Delhi University already being filled, a depleted third cut-off list was announced on Thursday, though the minimum marks required for admission to the popular B Com (Hons) course remained above 90 per cent in the few colleges that still have seats.

While most of the colleges have already filled in their general category seats, the third cut-off list showed that admission to Economic (Hons) was closed in most of the colleges but some seats remained to be filled in B Com (Hons) in few colleges.

The cut-off for B Com (Hons) in Hansraj college is 94.75 to 96.75 per cent, in Hindu was 94.5 to 98 per cent and in Ramjas college it is 93.5 to 96.5 per cent.

The same colleges have, however, closed admissions for Economic (Hons) so have Miranda House and Venkateshwar college.

Meanwhile, in Lady Sri Ram college the cut off for B Com (Hons) stood at 94.5 per cent, it was 89 per cent in Deen Dayal Upadhyay college.

Some seats, however, remained vacant in the OBC category as most colleges have not announced closing admissions in that category.

In Science courses as well, admission to the most popular course BSc Computer Science, was closed in almost all colleges.

Many colleges are still open for subjects like Hindi, History and Political Science.

The remaining admissions will be conducted between July 2 and 5 for filling the still vacant seats, the University said in a statement.

Thousands of students have thronged the Delhi University in the last few days since the admissions started. The first cut off list was announced on June 22 while the second followed on June 26.