The cut-off percentage of the course was fixed in the first list but no application was received for the course in the first list.
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The cut-off of the course in the second list is 98..5 per cent but it is closed for admission in SC, ST, PWD and EWS sections. Other colleges which had fixed 100% cut-off for the course were Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies and Hansraj College, where the previous one was also vacant for the course.
Admission to BSc (Hons) Mathematics, BSc (Hons) Zoology, BSc (Life Science) has been discontinued and the combination of BA programs in Economics and Political Science and History and Political Science has also been discontinued.
Some courses such as BSc (Hons) Chemistry, BA (Hons) English, BSc Physical Science with Chemistry are closed for admission in the reserved category.
Female students will receive a one percent discount on the marks asked for all courses.
Aryabhata College also released its second cut-off list with a fall of 0.25 to one per cent.
The college had the highest cut-off for BA (Hons) Psychology in the first course.
The cut-offs for BA (Hons) Economics, BA (Hons) Hindi, BSc (Hons) Mathematics have been reduced by one per cent to 97, 85 and 96 per cent respectively. The cut-offs for BA (Hons) English and BA (Hons) History, BCom (Hons) fell to 95.5 per cent, 94.5 per cent and 97.5 per cent, respectively, down 0.5 per cent from the list.
The courses that are closed are BA (Hons) Political Science, BCom program and BA program combination of History and Political Science.
All other courses except BA (Hons) Political Science, BA (Hons) English, BA (Hons) Psychology and BCom (Hons) have one per cent discount for female students.
In addition to Hindi (Hons), the cut-off for which 68 per cent has been set, BVoc Retail Management and IT and BVoc Healthcare Management, Jesus and Mary College said there will be no second list for other courses, meaning their seats have been filled.
The college set a 100% cut-off for BA (Hons) Psychology for those who do not include the subject when calculating the best of their four percent.
The cut-off was per cent for students who wanted to include the subject in their Top Four Subject (BFS) marks.
Delhi University will publish the second list of the day. About half the seats have been filled since admission under the first list.
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