Some Delhi University Colleges Publish Third Cut List
Some Delhi University colleges on Saturday released their third selection list with grades required for admission to undergraduate courses, seeing a drop of around 0.25% to 1.5%.
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College released its third selection list with the required grades for the B.Sc (Honors) Computer Science down 1.5%.
The threshold for the first list course was set at 100 percent, but no applications were received for the first list course.
The threshold for the course was reduced to 98.5 percent in the second list and dropped to 97 percent in the third list.
The course was closed for admissions in the SC, ST, PwD and EWS categories after the first list.
The thresholds for the B.Sc (with distinction) in botany and the B.Sc (with distinction) in chemistry are 93.33% and 96.33%.
Female students will benefit from a one percent slack in the marks requested for all courses.
The University of Delhi will release the third cutoff list later today.
Aryabhatta College also released its third cutoff list, with a drop of between 0.25% and 1.5%.
The college had retained the highest threshold for BA (Honors) in Psychology among all courses at 98.5 percent in the first list which dropped to 98.25 percent in the second list.
The thresholds for BA (Honors) Hindi have dropped from 1% to 84%.
The threshold for BA (Honors) English fell to 94.75 percent from 95.5 percent while the threshold for B.Com (Honors) fell to 97 percent in the third list, from 97.5 percent.
The courses that were closed after the first list were the BA (Honors) in Political Science, the B. Com program, and the BA program combining history and political science.
However, the B.Com program reopened in the third list at a threshold of 96.75 percent, a decrease of 0.25 percent from the first list.
The courses which filled the unqualified category after the second list are BA (Honors) Economics, BA (Honors) History, B.Sc (Honors) Mathematics and B.Sc (Honors) Computer Science.
The threshold for Hindi (honors) was set at 64% in the third list at Jesus and Mary College (JMC), a drop of 4% from the second list.
The other courses open at JMC are BVoc Retail Management and IT and BVoc Healthcare Management. The college has filled places in other courses.
At the College of Vocational Studies, admissions were closed for Economics (with distinction), History (with distinction), B. Com (with distinction), Hindi (with distinction) and B.Sc (with distinction) in computer science in the first list.
Only BA (Honors) English is open, with the college seeking admission between 96 and 96.25%. The cutoff in the second list for English (with distinction) was 96.25 percent, with the college asking for grades below 96.25 percent in the third list.
More than 48,000 students have been admitted to the university, which has 70,000 undergraduate places.