Admissions closed in 13 DU colleges

Published On: 12 Jul 2012

 | Last Updated On: 12 Jul 2012

With the release of fifth cut-off list, 13 of 60 Delhi University (DU) colleges closed admissions for all undergraduate courses on July 9, 2012 while remaining colleges are open for admissions in as many as 4 courses.

Interestingly, a few South Campus as well as North Campus colleges are open for Economics Honours and BCom courses.

Admission to BCom (H) course was open for general students in 9 colleges, while Economics (H) course was open in 3 colleges. Hindu had reopened admissions for BCom (H) at a cut-off ranging between 95.75 and 98.75% after closing it with the third list. The seats are available for OBC category students in Economics (H) and History (H) courses.

KMC (Kirori Mal College) was open for general category students in Economics (H) and BCom (H) courses while kept closed for OBC category students.

Admissions to BA (program), BCom(H), BCom (program), Hindi (H) and BSc (Biological Science) were open for general category students at Sri Venkateswara College.

At Ramjas College, Physics (H) course was open at a cut off of 91% and at Hindu College seats were available for Chemistry (H) course for OBC students at 91.66%.

Many colleges remain open for language courses. 12 colleges are open for Sanskrit. Admission to Arabic and Urdu languages which normally find few takers was closed at Zakir Husain College.

Lady Shri Ram College has closed admissions for all its courses for OBC students. While, Bharti and Bhim Rao Ambedkar Colleges will remain open for OBC category students for all their courses in the fifth list.

Over 8 courses are open for admissions at Ramjas, Hansraj and KMC. At Hindu College, admissions are open for OBC students in BCom (H) course at 91-94% and Economics (H) at 89.75-91.75%.

Among off-campus colleges, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College has closed admissions for all courses for OBC students. Sri Venkateswara had to drop its cut-off for OBC students by about 2% in the fifth list to fill the seats.

Sources from the college revealed that since OBC cut-offs for most colleges depend on the general category cut-offs, the college is left with 130 vacant seats in OBC category.

Source: Indian Express

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