DU announces 7th cut off list, most colleges close admissions
Delhi University on Thursday announced its seventh cut off list, with most colleges closing admissions for majority of the courses.
New Delhi: Delhi University on Thursday announced its seventh cut off list, with most colleges closing admissions for majority of the courses.
BA Economics Hons is only available at ARSD college (94-95. 75) while BA Political Science is being offered at Ramanujan (82.5-83) and Lakshmi Bai college (81).
English Hons is available at Hansraj (94.25-96), Hindu (93.5-94.75), Deen Dayal Upadhyay College (87) and Satyavati college (91-92.5).
BA History Hons is available at Hansraj (92.5-94.5), IP college (84.5-89) and Kamla Nehru (92.5-94.5).
Admissions to BSc courses are closed in all the colleges except few seats for BSc Physical Science in Maharaja Agrasen, Matreyi and Miranada House and few seats for BSc Bio Science in Sri Venketeshwara college.
No cut off list was available for Gargi, SGBT Khalsa and Lady Irwin college.
The students seeking admission to these colleges need to contact them directly for availability of seats.
The eligible candidates meeting the requirement notified in the sixth cut off list can take admissions till July 19.
The eighth cut off list (if any) will be announced on July 21.
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