Following the release of the second cut off list on Saturday by Delhi University (DU), officials said that nearly 4,800 students applied for undergraduate courses on the second day of admissions on Monday, reported Hindustan Times.
A senior varsity official said, “A total of 4,882 students applied today. Yesterday, 9,785 students had applied out of which 2,580 admissions were approved. Today, 6,024 admissions were approved.”
The second cut-off list released with 50 percent of the seats already filled under the first cut-off list, and a reduction in the qualifying scores for admission to some courses.
Admission to BA (Honours) Economics requires 99 percent, and 99.75 percent for BA (Honours) Psychology and to (BA (Honours) Political Science. Lady Shri Ram College (LSR) requires 100 percent for admission to these courses. Seats for BA (Honours) History are unavailable in many colleges, except for LSR at 99 percent, and Miranda House and Ramjas requiring 98.50 per cent and 97.50 per cent respectively.
Shri Ram College of Commerce, kept the cut-off for BA (Honours) Economics unchanged at 99 percent, but dropped the cut-off for B Com (Honours) to 98.50 percent. Hindu College kept the cut-off for BA (Honours) Philosophy at 97 per cent.
Due to the pandemic, the admission process was held online, and the admissions for the second cut off list will end today.