STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE
New Delhi, 3 July

The Delhi University today declared its third cutoff list giving a last chance to students who want to pursue B.Com (H) or Economics or English at undergraduate level as several top colleges have still kept their doors open for them.
Almost ten most sought after colleges of the Delhi University including Ramjas College, Hansraj College, Hindu College, Kamla Nehru College College of Vocational Studies, Daulat Ram College, Deen Dayal Upadhayaya College, Delhi College of Arts & Commerce, Ramanujan College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, and Zakir Husain (Evening) are still open for their B.Com (H) and B A in Economics (H) programmes with a little drop in their cutoffs.
For B. Com (H), Ramjas College has a bar of 97.75%, while Hans Raj has 98%. Hindu College is also open with 99.25% for general students while Daulat Ram College is asking for 95.5% for students of same category. These colleges are also open for BA Economics programme, however, the cutoff mark still continued above 95%. Meanwhile, Miranda House College, Kirorimal and Lady Shri Ram College has closed admission to B. Com (H) is open for Economics (H) for a few vacant seats.
Shri Ram College of Commerce closed admission for students of General category for its both courses ~ B. Com (H) and B A in Economic (H). The college is inviting students of reserved category for a few vacant seats. 
For English (H), DU colleges like Delhi College of Arts & Commerce (90%), Gargi College (92.5%), Hans Raj (96%), Hindu College (94.5%), Kirori Mal (95.99%), Lady Shri Ram (95%), Maharaja Agrasen College (88.5%), Miranda House College (97.5%), Ramjas College (97%), Sri Venkateswara College (96%) are still open. However, most of the colleges have closed their admission in History and Political science programmes. 
There was some relief for the aspirants in some prestigious colleges like for the Science Streams as admissions to prestigious colleges was seen open in both the Reserved and General category. In Miranda House admissions are still open in the Chemistry and Botany (Honours) for both the categories whereas in Ramjas college, barring Zoology most of the science courses are still up for grabs.
The admission for computer science is still open in seven out of 22 colleges but the third cut-off will not be a respite for students as most of the colleges decided the cut off at 95-99 per cent. Hans Raj and Ram Lal Anand College have kept the third cut off for computer science at 99 per cent, followed by Acharya Narendra Dev (98.5%), Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science (98%), Miranda House (98) and Keshav Mahavidhyalaya (96%).