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Some seats still up for grab in most Delhi University colleges

DU admissions 2016 Updated: Jul 23, 2016 23:43 IST
HT Correspondent
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Admissions under Delhi University’s fifth cutoff list got over on Friday and many colleges uploaded the details of vacant seats course-wise and category-wise on their website.(Gurinder Osan/HT file photo)

After five cutoff lists, some Delhi University colleges are yet to fill up their quota of seats and will now come out with their own merit lists.

Students, who have filled up the common admission form and haven’t made the cut yet, will now have to apply fresh to colleges that have vacant seats.

Admissions under Delhi University’s fifth cutoff list got over on Friday and many colleges uploaded the details of vacant seats course-wise and category-wise on their website.

In Hansraj College, 27 seats under the general category are still up for grabs— which includes six in English (hons) and six in Mathematics (hons). Seats under SC/ST, OBC are also vacant for courses like English (hons), History (hons) and B.Com (hons).

At Lady Sri Ram College, seats are vacant for reserved categories in almost all the courses. “But General category only has few seats in Philosophy (hons) and Psychology (hons),” said a college official.

Similarly, at Kirori Mal College (KMC) 305 seats are vacant of which, only 13 are under general category. English (hons), Economics (hons) and B.Com have two, three and eight seats vacant respectively at the college under the general category.

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At Deen Dayal Upadhyaya (DDU) College, around 50 seats are vacant. Seats in English (hons) and BA (Programme) are available under the General category.

Students, who are already registered with the university, will now have to apply online through the undergraduate portal and choose the course and college wherever seats are available.

Colleges will notify the number of vacant course-wise and category-wise seats on their website and notice board by Saturday. The same information will also be available on the University website www.du.ac.in.

Till late Saturday evening many colleges had not uploaded the information.