DU sixth cut-off released at du.ac.in for 6500 unfilled seats

first_imgIn order to fill up the left over seats in many programmes, Delhi University has announced the sixth cut-off for the commencing academic session today, August 20.(Read: DU still left with many seats for academic session 2016) All the candidates can check the same on the official website, du.ac.in .Sixth cut-off details: As per the Indian Express report,  seats at ARSD, South Campus, for BCom (Hons) course is available at 94 per cent while BA English (Hons) is available at Daulat Ram College at 93.5 per centMeanwhile, admissions at most colleges have been closed for the general category candidatesBut, an admission under OBC category has 2,500 seats still availableNow, BA English (Hons) is available at 90 per cent for OBC category.Earlier, when the fifth cut-off was announced on Tuesday, July 19, seats in popular courses were available in several prominent colleges.As compared to the fourth list, the cut-off marks declined in the range of 0.25 to 5.0 percentage points in the final list with admission opportunities in BSc (Hons) Maths existing for general students at Ramjas, Hansraj, Hindu and Kirorimal colleges in the cut-off range 94.5-96 per cent.(Read: The DU cut-off conundrum: Students give views on high cut-offs, brand value and course vs college) Admissions process details:Admission process for the sixth cut off list will be conducted till August 22Also, the university will declare the seventh cut-off lists on August 24 and the admissions will be conducted till August 26The eight cut-off list will come on August 29 and admissions under this cut-off will be completed on August 30Meanwhile, the students who are already registered need to apply again for vacant seats, following which, a merit list will be brought out by the collegeWhile speaking about releasing more cut-off list, one of the senior officials said, “We are restarting the cut-off system for admissions. Many students have withdrawn admissions due to which there are vacant seats in different in many colleges. There will be three cut-offs.”advertisementMoreover, this year despite cut-offs going low, not many students turned up to take admission in left over courses.Read: Value based education is the priority of the state government, says AP HRD ministerRead: College asks IGNOU to leave campus Click here for more education related news.For more details, follow India Today Education or you can write to us at [email protected]last_img

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