statesman news service
New Delhi, 13 July: The Delhi University today declared the sixth cutoff for admission to its Four Year Undergraduate Programme, slashing cut-offs for students of reserved category to fill the vacant seats in different colleges.
Interestingly, Commerce is still open for grab in different colleges including Acharya Narendra Dev College (90-95), Gargi College (93.5),
Hans Raj College (96.5-98), Kalindi College (89), Kamla Nehru College (92.75-97.5), Ramjas College (95.75-97.75) and others.
Most of the colleges have closed admission to their Science programmes and also newly introduced B. Tech Programmes. However, Ram Lal Anand College, which had the headline for seeking 100% cutoff for its B. Tech in Computer Science programme is still open for the course with 93.5-98.5%.
A few seats in PGDAV College for B. Tech in Computer Science is also available for grab. Interestingly, most of the colleges are still waiting for candidates interesting in Indian languages courses like Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and Sanskrit which are open under 50 percent cutoff. Some colleges have reduced their cutoff to pass percentage for these courses, and waiting for students.