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DU sixth cut-off list out,seats still open in top colleges

In an unprecedented scenario,general category seats for popular courses in top colleges remain open.

In an unprecedented scenario,general category seats for popular courses in top colleges remained open in the sixth cut-off list put out by Delhi University colleges late Saturday.

Around 36 colleges offering Honours courses in Arts and Commerce subjects under the four year undergraduate programme will hold admissions in the sixth cut-off list. As far as science colleges are concerned,only eight colleges are open for general category admissions. However,these include main campus colleges like Ramjas and Hindu.

For BTech courses,four colleges have declared a sixth cut-off list. This includes Ram Lal Anand College for BTech (Computer Science). The college had announced a cut-off of 100 per cent for a certain section of students falling under the general category. The sixth cut-off list for the course is 93.5-98.5 per cent.

Hansraj,Ramjas,Gargi and SGND Khalsa are among the 17 colleges that are going to hold the sixth round of admission for Commerce. At Hansraj,the cut-off for Commerce is 96.5-98 per cent in the sixth list.

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English,on the other hand,is open at seven colleges,including Kirori Mal and Ramjas. At Ramjas,the cut-off for the subject has fallen to 88.5-94.5 per cent. The college,however,has filled its OBC category seats in the subject.

Kirori Mal too has lowered its cut-off for English by .5 per cent in the sixth list. It now stands at 98.5 per cent.

Economics will also up for grabs in at least 13 colleges. One among them is Miranda House,which has set cut-off at 95.75-96.25 per cent.

Among the science courses,Ramjas is open for Physics and Chemistry in all categories. For Physics,the cut-off for general category students stands as 93.33 per cent,while Chemistry will require general category students to have secured 91 per cent.

According to the principal of a South Campus college,the admissions for general category admissions have remained open in the sixth list owing to some withdrawals.

“We have a few seats left in general category. So,admissions had to be kept open in the sixth list. But we hope to fill our seats in the sixth round,” the principal said.