Delhi University Admission: Fourth Cut-Off List Released, Check Here!

Delhi University Admission: Fourth Cut-Off List Released, Check Here: Delhi University has released the fourth cut-off list for its 2019 undergraduate admissions. As per the official data, the fourth cut-off was scheduled to come out on July 15, 2019, however many colleges including Gargi college, Shaheed Rajguru, and Shaym Lal college have already been released the fourth cut off list on their own respective official websites. Students who have been eagerly waiting for the cut-offs can go to the official website of these colleges and can check their respective cut-offs. With the fourth cut-off list, more colleges have closed admissions to different streams while some others saw a marginal dip.

Delhi University Admission: Fourth Cut-Off List Released, Check Here!

Admissions to B.A. (Honours) Economics surprisingly remain open at several colleges, including the university’s North Campus colleges such as at Miranda House, Hansraj, Kirori Mal, Hindu College and even at Shri Ram College of Commerce where the course has been reopened for admissions under the unreserved category. Several other colleges also reopened admissions for certain courses.

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Lady Shri Ram College, B.Com (Honours), which has got some of the highest numbers of admissions across colleges remains open with a cut-off of 97.50% down by 0.25% from this third list.

Hindu and Hansraj Colleges have released cut-offs of 97.75 and 97.25 percent respectively. Kirori Mal and Miranda House have kept the cut-off at 97.25 percent respectively while Daulat Ram has pegged the marks at 95.75 percent.

Ramjas College still has seats under BA (Honours) Economics, the cut-off for which has been decreased by only 0.25 percent to 97.25 percent. The BSc (Honours) Zoology was closed for the admission after the second cut-off list but is available at 94 percent in the fourth list in the college.

Kamala Nehru College has seats left for BA (Honours), BA (Honours) Journalism and BA (Honours) Sanskrit and has pegged the scores at 94.50 percent, 94.75 percent, and 62 percent respectively.

In total, the university has taken in about 52,000 students so far. University officials had earlier said that up to around 63,000 seats would be up for grabs this year. This was an increase from about 56,000 seats offered in the last few years on account of the expansion of the intake to accommodate 10% reservation for students from Economically Weaker Sections. According to the university, as many as 8,433 students have cancelled admissions and 1270 have withdrawn admissions.

Admissions under the third list will take place between July 15 and July 17 till 1 p.m. Applicants are required to approach colleges with their documents for verification and final approval from the college principal. Those wishing to change colleges are advised to check if they are eligible for admission at a certain college before withdrawing admissions to the college they had initially chosen. Students are likely to be notified of the next cut-off list on July 20.