SGTB Khalsa Fills Less Than 50 Seats,SRCC BCom Hons Closed,Some Relief Expected In Third List

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Shri Ram College of Commerce is going to close admissions to BCom (Hons) in the general and OBC categories after the second cutoff list. Admissions to Economics (Hons) were closed after the first list.

As per estimation, there are still 28,000 seats left vacant for which the University will release the third cut off list. It is expected that the third list will see a substantial dip in the cut off percentage.

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LSR College, too, will have admissions open in just four courses for the general category. “We will keep Psychology, English, Journalism and Political Science; all other courses are closed for general category. Even in these courses, most seats are filled. We are not going to drop our percentage by more than 0.25 per cent,” said LSR principal Suman Sharma.

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Hindu College closed admissions for BA (Programme), Political Science, Chemistry, Physics, Zoology, Botany and Statistics.At LSR, admission closed for Economics (Honours), History, Philosophy, Sociology, Mathematics, Statistics and B.Com. (Honours).

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Daulat Ram College and Kirori Mal College have also filled up 755 out of 1,100 and 655 out of 1,348 seats, respectively.

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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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