Seats Still Vacant In Many Colleges,Major Drop Expected in Fourth Cut off List

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Most of the Delhi University colleges are expected to reduce their cutoffs by 0.25-2% in the fourth cut off list that will be announced tonight and would be valid from 15th July 2016 to 18th July 2016.

At Shri Ram College of Commerce only a few seats are left in Economics (Hons). Admissions to B.Com (Hons) are expected to be closed now. “The dip will be marginal as there are only a few seats left in the Economics course,” RP Rustagi,Principal SRCC told Hindustan Times.

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At Lady Shri Ram College,admission is open only in five-six courses,including B.Com (Hons),Political Science (Hons),English (Hons),Journalism (Hons) and Mathematics (Hons).

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Hindu College is also expected to reduce its cutoff by 0.25-0.50%.

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Ram Lal Anand College has closed admission for Political Science (Hons) and History (Hons). The college may reduce its cutoff by 0.33-1.5%.

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College has filled 711 seats of the 1,179 seats.A drop of 0.25-1.5% is expected in the fourth cut off list.

SGTB Khalsa College has filled around 50% of its total 780 seats and science courses will remain open.

B.Com (Hons) at College of Vocational Studies might remain open and see a drop of 0.5%. Only two vocational courses out of the seven vocational courses offered at College of Vocational Studies will be open for admission and both will see a drop of 1%.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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