Delhi University has declared the fifth and final cut-off list on July 20 for admission into the commencing academic session 2016-17 and as it was expected there has been a marginal dip in the cut-off, ranging from 0.25 to 5 percent. The University of Delhi had earlier announced that there will be only 5 cut-off lists this year.
The first cut-off list has been released on 25 June, while the last cut-off for admissions in B.Sc (Hons) Maths, B.Com and B.Com (Hons) at 23, 27 and 38 colleges has been released now. After the release of each cut-off list, the students have a period of three days to take the final call and complete the enrollment process.
The University declared its fourth cut-off list on July 14 and the cut-off dipped marginally, in the range of 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent. The admission process for the fourth cut-off list ended on July 18.
As per the Fourth 4th cut-off list of Delhi University (DU), there were several colleges which include Kirori Mal, Ramjas, Hindu, Hindu, Shri Ram College of Commerce as well as in off-campus colleges like Lady Shri Ram, Sri Venkateswara, Sri Aurobindo, SGND Khalsa, Ram Lal Anand and Shaheed Bhagat Singh.
Ramjas College released BCom (H) Cutoff of 99.25%, the highest in the university this year. The college announced the cut-off lists above 95 per cent for the subjects of English, economics and B.Com (Hons). The cut-off for English is 95.25 percent, Economics is 96 percent, and B.Com is 96 percent.
At Lady Shri Ram College for Women, the cut-off for all courses soars above 95 per cent. The cut-off for B.Com (Hons) sticks at 97 per cent, Economics (Hons) at 96.75 per cent, English (Hons) at 96.50 per cent.
At Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), the cut-offs for BA(Hons) Economics and B.Com (Hons) were reduced to 97. 25 per cent in the second cut-offs. The second cutoff for Delhi University was announced on July 5.
Kirori Amal college too announced cut-offs above 95 percent in the fourth cut-offs. However, the admissions for most of the subjects like geography, political science, Sanskrit have been closed at the college.
Delhi University also issued the first cutoff list for the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), catering to women residing in Delhi. The cut-off varies between 78 to 88%. NCWEB offers two programmes—BA Programme and B.Com.
This year the NCWEB has opened 12 new centres in Aditi Mahavidyalaya College, Aryabhatta College, B R Ambedkar College, Bhagini Nivedita College, College of Vocational Studies, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Miranda House, Motilal Nehru College, Rajdhani College, Ramanujan College and Aurobindo College to facilitate the female students residing in Delhi.
Earlier Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had called the admission system of Delhi University as most bizarre said the central university does not have quota for city students, normalization of marks or entrance tests.
Delhi University colleges are likely to start the new academic session this week with classes beginning from Wednesday. Classes for all three years will start the same day.
DU Officials said that classes will begin from July 20 and students admitted under the fifth cutoff can join the classes later. The fifth cut off list has been released and the admission process will be completed by July 22.
After the final list, colleges with vacant seats will notify the status course-wise and category-wise on its website and the university portal.
Students who had earlier registered on the UG admission portal will have to again apply online and choose the course and college wherever seats are available.