Over 4,800 candidates utilized for admission to Delhi University beneath the third cut-off listing on Monday, in keeping with officers.
The admissions beneath the third listing commenced at 10 am on Monday and can finish on October 30.
“A complete of 4,872 candidates utilized on the primary day of admission beneath the third cut-off listing. A complete of two,410 admissions have been authorised on Monday,” a senior college official mentioned.
Delhi University introduced the third cut-off listing on Saturday with varied schools closing admission to a number of programs, whereas there was a marginal dip in cut-offs for sure programmes.
Greater than 82 per cent seats in Delhi University have been crammed after the conclusion of admissions beneath the second cut-off listing, the officers mentioned.
“Whereas 35,500 seats have been crammed beneath the primary cut-off listing, 22,147 seats have been crammed beneath the second cut-off listing. There are a complete of 70,000 seats in undergraduate programs within the college,” a senior official had mentioned.
Delhi College launched its second cut-off listing final Saturday.
Woman Shri Ram School for Ladies had pegged 100 per cent rating for 3 programs — BA (Honours) Psychology, BA (Honours) Political Science and BA (Honours) Economics.
Seats have been accessible within the three programs with aspirants requiring 99 per cent for BA (Honours) Economics and 99.75 per cent for each BA (Honours) Psychology and BA (Honours) Political Science.
Equally, BA (Honours) Journalism, which was accessible at a cut-off of 99.50 per cent in LSR, was accessible at 99.25 per cent within the second listing.
The primary cut-off listing was launched on October 10. Virtually 50 per cent of the seats have been crammed beneath the primary listing.
This 12 months, all the admission course of is being performed on-line in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
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