DU 2nd Cut-off List 2019: College-wise Second List for Science, Arts & Commerce: Delhi University has announced its second cut-off list for admissions to various undergraduate courses for the year 2019-20 on its official website on Thursday. While many of the colleges have completed their admissions process for various courses with the first-cut off, other will be doing the same with the second cut-off list which has a marginal drop of 0.25 to 0.50 percentage points in top DU colleges. Students can take admissions under the second cut-off list till July 6.
DU 2nd Cut-off List 2019
After the first cut-off, Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has closed its admission for B.Com (Hons) and Economics (Hons). While Kirori Mal College (KMC) has announced a cut-off of 97.25 percent for B.Com and 98 percent for Economics, Sri Venkateswara College in South Campus has reserved B.Com at 96.5 percent and Economics at 97.5 percent.
In Science courses, Miranda House has announced 96.67 percent for Physics (Hons) and 96 percent for Chemistry (Hons). Lady Sri Ram has kept its second cut-off for English (Hons) at 97.75 percent and has closed admissions for Political Science (Hons) and History (Hons).
While the major north campus colleges, the seats in humanities courses viz. history and political science were filled up, the second cut-off indicates that seats are still available for science and commerce.
The cut-off lists can be accessed on the official websites of respective colleges.
DU Second cut-off 2019 Less than 90%
Manoj Khanna, Ramjas College principal, said, “The number of seats remaining in courses is very few except for science. So, while there has been a reduction in percentage in the range of 1% to 1.5% points for those courses, for most humanities courses, seats are almost full.”
SRCC principal Simrit Kaur said, explained the reason behind the reduction in cut-off marks, “The second cut-off was also decided on the basis of data we received, like in the case of the first list. In order to avoid excess admissions, we have to go with a conservative approach.”
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According to the reports, 23,266 applicants had taken admission in the university and 89 had cancelled it, till Wednesday. While colleges like LSR, Kirori Mal, Miranda House saw over 1,000 admissions, off-campus colleges like Rajdhani College, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce and Motilal Nehru college sealed less than 500 admissions.
Delhi University is among the biggest universities in India. It was set up in 1922 and has 77 affiliated colleges and five other institutions spread across the city. DU threw open its admission portal for aspirants of various undergraduate (UG) courses on June 27.