DU announced its 9th cut- off list on August 1. Candidates aspiring for admission to DU in arts stream still have some hope left.
Delhi University (DU) colleges issued ninth cut-off lists on Aug. 1. According to them, there are still seats available for arts in some colleges. Based on the DU 9th cut-off lists, DU admissions 2015 will be done on Aug. 3, 4 and 5.
Admissions for B.A. Hindi Honors can be taken north campus's Kirori Mal College (KMC) and Ramjas College. 84 percent is required for admission in Kirori Mal College whereas Ramjas College needs 84.5 percent. Likewise, admission for B.A. History Honors can be taken in Hindu College. A score of 95.5 percent is required for admission to this course. Seats are vacant in Ashok Vihar-situated Satyawati College for B.A. English Honors. Admissions in this course can be done on the basis of 91.5 percent. Ramanujan College has seats available for B.A. Program. Admissions in this college for this course need 78 percent.
Most seats occupied in B. Com: Most of the seats for B. Com and B. Com (Hons) have been occupied in most of the colleges. Most of these colleges have not issued ninth cut-off lists for these courses. Although, one can seek admission in south campus's Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma (ARSD) College at 93.50 percent for B. Com. In north campus, Ramjas College is offering admission for B. Com (Hons) at 96 percent.
S.C./ S.T. quota seats vacant: Most of the S.C./ S.T. quota seats in about 50 colleges of Delhi University (DU) are lying vacant. ARSD College's principal Dr. Gyantosh Kumar said that they are continuously bringing down the percentage for these quotas, yet the seats are not being filled.
Source: Hindustan Times