Not coming with a very good news this time but all of us have to face the reality. Just like previous years this year too , the trend hasn‚Äôt been broken and social science seats have been filling up the fastest. Political science and history closes at several colleges.Admissions to political science have been closed at Hindu, Sri Venkateswara,Maitreyi and Aurobindo (morning).History would draw to a close at Kirorimal and IPCW.
The bright side is that there is going to be a second list for popular courses like Economics and Commerce at most colleges . However there will be only a slight drop in the cut offs.Admissions for all courses would be open at LSR,Miranda house,Kamla Nehru,Dayal Singh.
Among science courses , several colleges closed admissions in biology based programmes such as Botany , Zoology and Life sciences. Physics , Chemistry,Mathematics and physical sciences would still be open at most colleges.There would surely be a second cut off for these courses , but the seats left would be less.
Ramanujan College is the only college that has closed admissions for both Bcom and Bcom (H) general category.Till Friday SRCC approved admissions of 339 candidates and the number would have increased by now, out of which 75%-80% students who have secured admission are from Tamil Nadu.
The drop is going to be marginal and a maximum of only one percentage fall could be seen , which is not going to bring much relief to the students.
Filled seats/ Total seats
Courses Closed for General category
|Kirori Mal College
|History, Physical Sciences
|IP College For Women
|Political Science, Sociology, BA (Prog),Zoology
|History,Political Science,Sociology, BA (Programme)
|Sri Venkateswara College
|Political science, Bsc life sciences,Botnay, Zoology
|Kamala Nehru College
|Sri Aurobindo College (Morning)
|Political science, Bcom, Bsc life sciences
|Ram Lal Anand College
|Dyal Singh College
Source : TOI
We can see from the table that many colleges still have seats left. Mostly in commerce courses whereas history,political science and some science courses are already full.
Best of Luck aspirants!