The Delhi University (DU) on Monday announced its third cut-off list for admissions to various undergraduate (UG) courses in its colleges in the current year.

This year, altogether 2, 58, 388 candidates registered on the DU’s portal for admissions to various UG courses. The university released the first cut-off list for UG admissions on 28 June and the second cut-off on 3 July.

More than 43, 000 students have already been enrolled in various colleges under the first and second cut-off lists so far. The varsity also witnessed 750 withdrawals and 3069 cancellations by applicants.

With less than 20, 000 DU seats now remaining vacant, most of the colleges will not be releasing their third cut-off list for their major or popular courses.

Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) released its third cut-off, setting 97.75 per cent for its B Com (Hons) course. It has closed admissions for BA Economics (Hons) for the General, OBC, ST and PwD category students.

Hansraj College released its third cut-off list, stipulating 97.75 per cent for  BA Economic (Hons). At the same time, it has closed admissions for twelve of its courses for the general category.

Kirori Mal College has now closed admissions for most of its Arts courses, except for BA English (Hons) with 96 per cent third cut-off for the General category. For BCom (Hons) and B Com Programme, the cut-off is 97 per cent in this college now.

Gargi College released its third cut-off, pegging 96.25 per cent for BCom (Hons), which has now been closed for the OBC category. It also closed admissions to nine of its courses for the General category.

Maharaja Agrasen College released its third list, setting the highest cut-off percentage for BA Journalism (Hons) and BCom (Hons) at 94.

Vivekanand College closed admission to three of its courses for the General category. It released its third cut-off list with the maximum percentage of 92 for B Com (Hons).

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College released its third cut-off list with 96.25 per cent for BCom (Hons). It also closed admissions to three of its courses for the General category, four for the OBC, ST and Person with Disabilities (PwD), and five courses for SCs and EWS (Economically Weaker Section) categories.

The DU is expected to announce the fourth cut-off list on 15 July and the fifth cut-off on 20 July.