Delhi University will start the admission process for the remaining 15,000 seats under the fourth cutoff list from Thursday with admission to honours courses such as Economics, English and BCom being closed at many popular colleges.
The cutoff has dropped by up to 5% points in popular courses and some colleges have reopened admissions in courses such as History, Economics, English and Political Science.
Commerce and Economics
Economics was closed for admission at 14 colleges, including Kirori Mal College (KMC), Kamla Nehru College (KNC), Lady Shri Ram (LSR), Miranda House, Sri Venkateswara, and SGTB Khalsa.
But 23 colleges, including Hindu, Hans Raj and Ramjas will continue with admission for Economics.
Four colleges, including Shyama Prasad Mukherji and PGDAV have reopened admissions in the course after withdrawals.
BCom is closed for admission at 15 colleges, including Hans Raj, Hindu, KMC, and LSR. But at 39 colleges, including Ramjas, Sri Venkateswara, and Indraprastha College for Women, admissions in the course will continue. Kalindi College has reopened admission to BCom at 92%.
Shri Ram College of Commerce had closed admission for both the courses by the second cutoff list.
Admission to English has been closed at 11 colleges including Hansraj, Hindu, KNC, KMC, and Sri Venkateswara. But admission is open at 35 colleges including LSR, Miranda House, and Ramjas. Cutoff for English has dropped by up to two percentage points.
Gargi College and Satyawati Evening College has reopened the course for admissions under the fourth list.
Around 18 colleges including Gargi, Hindu, KNC and Miranda House have closed admission to History. But 22 colleges including KMC, Hansraj, Ramjas and Sri Venkateswara will continue with admission in the course.
The course has seen a drop of up to 3% points and it has reopened for admission at colleges such as Daulat Ram College and LSR.
Admission to Political Science is over at 28 colleges including Hindu, KMC, LSR, and Miranda House. But at 25 colleges including Ramjas and Sri Venkateswara, the admissions will continue. KNC has reopened admission in the course.
Some colleges such as Gargi have reopened it for admission for BA programme.
The cutoff for Chemistry, which is open for admission at 12 colleges, has dropped by up to 1% point, with highest dips at Dyal Singh College and Zakir Husain Delhi College. Hans Raj College has maintained their cutoff at 95.66%, same as third list.
The highest dip for Mathematics, which is available for admission at 22 colleges, was at Lakshmibai College, where it dropped by 1.25% points from 93.5%. It has re-opened for admission at six colleges including Kalindi, ARSD, and Dyal Singh College.
The cutoff for Physics dropped by two percentage points and it has re-opened for admissions in two colleges including Kalindi.
The non-collegiate women’s education board (NCWEB) also released its third cutoff list on Wednesday. The lowest cutoff for BA Programme and BCom was at Aditi Mahavidyalaya at 68% and 76% respectively.
The highest cutoff for both the courses was at Miranda House at 86% . Admissions are on at all 26 NCWEB centers.
Female applicants from Delhi NCT were supposed to be automatically eligible for NCWEB seats, however, some students had inadvertently unchecked NCWEB as an option.
As a relief to these students, the DU has now said that all female students who have applied for BA Programme and BCom courses for regular colleges will be considered for admission to NCWEB.