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DU cutoff 2: Hope still floats


NEW DELHI: The second cutoff list released by Delhi University on Thursday night brought hope for admission seekers. Though seats for BCom (honours) are already taken in 36 colleges, 15 other colleges will still admit aspirants in the course starting Friday. Lady Shri Ram, Kirori Mal, Hindu and Sri Venkateswara have decreased their cutoffs for BCom (honours) by up to 0.5%. 

Though not specialized, BA Programme too has been a popular course with students. The good news is that only six colleges have closed admissions in the course so far.
Some colleges like Delhi College of Arts and Commerce and Shyam Lal (evening) have dropped their cutoffs by as much as 10%, making a large number of candidates eligible for admissions in the list. 

Commerce students hoping to pursue BCom (H) may just have to opt for BCom now, considering that the dip in BCom (honours) cutoff is not too significant. BCom admissions have been closed only in three colleges, while colleges like Kirori Mal, Sri Venkateswara, Ramjas, Gargi, Kamla Nehru and SGTB Khalsa are going to continue admission with a marginal dip of 0.25% to 0.5%. 

It's probably after a long time that Shri Ram College of Commerce has come up with a second cutoff list for general category candidates. Admissions in BA (H) economics are still open in SRCC with a drop of 0.25%. There are 12 other colleges like Sri Venkateswara, Ramjas, Miranda House, Lady Shri Ram, Hindu and Hans Raj where the course is open for admissions. 

Though admissions are open in the sciences, the cutoff continues to be on the higher side with a marginal drop in most college. The maximum decrease in BSc (H) physics is 3% at Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences. In more popular colleges such as Hans Raj and Hindu, the decrease is less than 1%. Admissions are closed in 16 colleges for BSc (H) mathematics, but are open in as many. 

For BSc (H) chemistry, admission is open in 13 colleges. But cutoff marks haven't gone down significantly. Maximum decrease in cutoff is 3% at Moti Lal Nehru. BSc life science is closed only in Gargi and Miranda House. Gargi College has closed admissions in all science courses. 

English aspirants still have many options at hand. There is a dip of up to 8% in the CATE cutoff, while candidates can expect the general cutoffs to go down by 1-3%.The course is open at Hindu, JDM, KMC, Miranda House, Ramjas, Daulat Ram and SGTB Khalsa. 

BA (H) history is closed in eight colleges. However, some colleges like Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Kalindi and Ramjas are offering admission in the course at cutoffs lower by up to 6%.
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