SRCC First Cutoff 2019 : 98.5 For BCOM & 98.75 For Economics Sets The Stage For Cutoff Night;Rise Of 0.75%
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Delhi University will send a direction telling colleges how to fill the remaining seats in the general category.

The problem is that colleges can’t reduce the cut-off as such a move can lead to over-admission in a particular course. According to DU rules, there is no first come, first served policy and colleges have to admit all students who make the cut-off.

The colleges are likely to receive the direction on Saturday, the officer on special duty (OSD) of admissions, Ashutosh Bharadwaj, said.

A professor from a sought-after North Campus college said that they have a few seats vacant in the general and reserved categories.

However, the professor added,if the cut-off is reduced by even 0.25%, several students will be eligible for admission whom the college won’t be able to accommodate.

Vijay Kumar Verma, admission in-charge at¬†Dyal Singh College, said, “DU has been running a special drive for admissions of the SC, ST, OBC and other reserved categories. We still have a few seats in the general category. If we get the direction to start admissions for general category, we will have 0.5% point reduction in cutoffs.”

After the seventh cutoff list, no consolidated list for the general category was released. However, several individual colleges had put up their vacancies on their websites.
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016. Delhi College of Arts & Commerce - Class of 2017


  1. when is the vacant seats or any other cut off will come for general category and if vacant seat than we have to check and apply for these seats.


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