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DU’s 4th cutoff list today, check number of seats filled in some colleges

Delhi University will announce its fourth cutoff for admissions to its undergraduate courses on Thursday night.

DU admissions 2016 Updated: Jul 15, 2016 07:53 IST
Heena Kausar
Delhi University will announce its fourth cutoff for admissions to its undergraduate courses on Thursday night.
Delhi University will announce its fourth cutoff for admissions to its undergraduate courses on Thursday night. (Saumya Khandelwal/HT file )

Delhi University will announce its fourth cutoff for admissions to its undergraduate courses on Thursday night.

Most of the colleges have closed admissions to popular courses but say there are seats that are yet to be filled in some. The cutoff may come down by at least 0.25-2.00 percentage points.

This year, the university will only bring out five cutoffs after which admission will be held at college level depending on the number of vacant seats in courses.

Most popular colleges with high cutoffs kept admissions open for many courses even as many off-campus colleges have closed admissions in BCom (honours), economics (hons), political science (hons) and history (hons).

The cutoff remained around 95% and above for most courses in popular colleges in the third list that was released on Sunday. Admissions under the third cutoff were held until Wednesday.

Read more: DU colleges may see 0.25-2 percentage point dip in 4th cutoff list

Here’s a list of the number of seats filled in some of the colleges:

Shri Ram College of Commerce: Over 600 out of 674

Lady Shri Ram College for Women: 432 out of 730

Ram Lal Anand College: 383 out of 608

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College: 711 out of 1,179 seats

SGTB Khalsa College: Around 400 out of the 780

Ramanujan College: Around 500 out of the 800

College of Vocational Studies: 489 out of 550

Kirori Mal College: 950 out of 1,385

Hindu College: 750 out of 752. Admission reopening for English, economics, physics, electronics.