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DU releases 7th Cut-Off List: Check details

Delhi University has released its 7th cut-off list for students seeking undergraduate admission. The admission is available in off-campus colleges in science and commerce streams. This list is predicted to be the last round of cut-offs for general category students. The 8th list is most likely in order but it will be for reserved category only.  

The list has been announced because colleges announced the availability of seats in various streams and degrees. General category admissions are open to apply for degrees such as B.A. (Hons) Economics in Kamla Nehru College, Aryabhatta College, Daulat Ram College and Delhi College of Arts and Commerce. General category seats are also available in courses like B.A. (Hons) English and B.A. (Hons) Political Science in Aryabhatta college.

Science degrees such as B.A. (Hons) Botany and Chemistry are available in the general category in Acharya Narendra Dev College. Science students seeking admission in general category can apply for Bsc (Hons) in Computer Science at Dyal Singh College and BSc(Hons) Mathematics course is available in Daulat Ram College.

General aspirants can apply for courses such as BA(Hons) in Sanskrit and Sociology in Bharati College as well. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce has vacancies in English, History and Journalism Honors.

Sought after colleges like IP College and Kamala Nehru still have seats in popular courses like economics in the general and reserved category. This usually takes place, as informed by officials, when students migrate to other courses after the release of subsequent cut-off lists.  

The new academic session had started last month and the universities opened their admissions portals on May 15. The registration for the same ended on June 7. The first cut-offs were out on June 29. 2018 witnessed 1,44,248 male and 1,34,297 female applicants.

According to university officials, 2,78,544 applicants have made their payments as opposed to approximately 2.20 lakh candidates last year.

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