DU announces cut-off for its second special campaign to fill vacancies in college – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Delhi University on Wednesday announced a cut-off to fill vacancies with the minimum required number for its second special drive, which has come down drastically from two per cent to nine per cent in some colleges. Earlier, on November 13, the university announced a cut-off under a special drive. The university did not share the admission information for the list.

Many famous colleges like Hindu and Hansraj College have stopped admission for most of their courses. Up to the fifth cut off list, 84.6 students have been admitted.

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Under the second special drive, candidates will be able to apply for admission on November 25 and 26. Colleges will publish merit lists on their websites and candidates will have time to pay from November 27 to November 30 at 5 p.m.

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Gargi College still has BA (Hons) Political Science (95.50 per cent), B.Com (Hons) (95 per cent) and BA (Hons) Sanskrit (63 per cent) seats in the general department.

In Hindu and Hansraj colleges, almost all arts and commerce courses are closed for admission.

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Indraprastha College for Women has published cut-offs for Economics (Honors), English (Honors), History (Honors), Geography (Honors) and Sanskrit (Honors) for which admission is still open.

Seats for History (Honors) and Sanskrit (Honors) are still available at Kamala Nehru College while admissions are still open for Hindi (Honors) at Kirori Mall College. Lady Shri Ram has released the cut-off for English (Honors) and Philosophy (Honors).

Miranda House set the cut-off (honors) for history at 90 percent, a steep fall from the last special drive cut-off when the required number stood at 98.50 percent.

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At Aryabhatta College, the minimum required number for psychology (honors) has come down to 96 percent. Matters were closed for admission to the last cut-off list.

The minimum required number for admission in BSc (Honors) Mathematics is 87 percent, six percent less than the previous list. BCom’s cut-off dropped from 94 percent to 88 percent, while the minimum number required for English (honors) dropped three percent to 88 percent.

The cut-off for the BA program (Economics + History) stood at 88 percent, down 93.5 percent from the final list, and the BA program (Economics + Political Science) for 89 percent, down five percent.

Those who could not be admitted or had their admission canceled during the previous cut-off but meet any one of the previous cut-offs and may be considered for admission under the first special drive if seats are available in the department.

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“No movement is allowed during the special drive. Candidates who have confirmed admission to any of the previous five cutoffs (including the special cut-off / drive-I) will not be allowed to participate in the special drive-II.

“This means that candidates who have already been admitted to a program college at Delhi University will not be eligible to participate in the special drive. Therefore, the option of canceling candidates during the special drive will be suspended,” the university said.

Meanwhile, the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) of Delhi University released its special cut-off on Wednesday.

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NCWEB is an unofficial degree system from Delhi University where lectures are given only on weekends.

According to the list, the B.Com program is closed at Hansraj College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Yeshu and Mary College and Miranda House while the course is still available at 22 colleges like Maitreyi College, Bharati College and Aryabhatta College.

Only female students residing in the National Capital Region of Delhi can enroll themselves as students of the Board.

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