DU fourth cut-off list to be out today at du.ac.in, around 2 percentage dip is expected

DU fourth cut-off list expected to be out today

The admissions for Bachelor degree programme at Delhi University are still open, as the fourth cut-off list is expected to be released by today, i.e. July 14, on its official website, www.du.ac.in  .

(Read: DU Admissions 2016: NCWEB will admit 5,700 more candidates this year)

As compared to third cut-off list that was announced on July 11, an average dip of 0.25-2 percentage points is prospected this time.

Details of colleges with seats left:

Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC):

  • At SRCC College, few seats are left in Economics (hons) course
  • Moreover, the college is likely to close admissions in B.Com (hons) programme.

(Read: Not many seats left after second round of admissions in FYJC )

Lady Shri Ram College (LSR):

  • In Lady Shri Ram College (LSR), admissions are open only in five-six courses, including B.Com (hons), Political Science (hons), English (hons), Journalism (hons) and Mathematics (hons)
  • In a recent HT report, an LSR official said, “We have filled more than 50 per cent of the total seats. The dip in cut-off will be in the range of 0.25-1 percentage points in some of the courses.”

Ram Lal Anand (RLA) College:

  • Meanwhile, RLM College has closed admissions for Political Science (hons), and History (hons)
  • The college may decrease its cut-off by 0.33-1.5 percentage points
  • “We have filled around 383 seats out of the total 608 seats. Most of the courses will remain open for admission in the fourth list,” said Vijay K Sharma, college principal.

(Read: Delhi engineering colleges third common counselling to be held on July 15)

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma (ARSD) College:

  • The college has admitted 711 candidates till now for the total 1,179 seats
  • But it has closed admissions for five-six courses and might drop the cut-off by 0.25-1.50 percentage points

(Read: 4 LSR girls get internship offer of Rs 4 lakh )

Further, SGTB Khalsa College, has filled around 50 per cent of the total 780 seats, said principal Jaswinder Singh.

Moreover, Hindu College is also expected to decrease its cut-off by 0.25-0.50 percentage points.

After the cut-offs will be announced, candidates will get three days to complete the admission process.

(Read: Delhi University must have reservation for candidates from Delhi: AAP government )

Moreover, this year, DU will be releasing five cut-offs unlike previous years when the university issued up to ten cut-off lists.

[“source -cncb”]