DU Admission 2019 First Cut Off Last Date: Admission process in different courses under the first cut off in Delhi University, DU is in progress. Today is the last day of the admission process under the first cut off. The first cut-off student can visit the official website du.ac.in. In many colleges, the seat has been filled only after the first cut off. This year’s first cut off was 99 percent. Despite this, more than 13 thousand students have already taken admission in DU. The second cut off list will be released soon by the DU on the official website.
New Delhi. Under the first cut-off list for graduate courses in Delhi University, there is only one day left to complete admission. So far, at least 22.5 percent of the seats have been filled. At least 13,981 students have enrolled for UG courses. Miranda House has entered the most. So far, at least 881 students have enrolled in Miranda House. Every year, in the popular course after the colleges, seats are first filled in cut-offs and in the second cut-off, usually, the cut-off percentage points are seen. A DU official said that in general, colleges tend to have more cut-offs in the first list because they have to accept all the eligible students. In the second list, they have an idea of the extent of the score and therefore the cut off percentage decreases.
Last year, admission in 35 out of 38 colleges offering Economics (Honors) courses was open even after the first cut-off ended. In the cut-offs for courses like BCom (Hons), BA Economics (Hons) and BA English (Hons), the decline is between 0.25 to 2.5 percent. Lady Shri Ram College, Hindu College, and Kirori Mal College were in stiff competition with the 767, 724 and 707 nominations till Sunday evening. Most nominations were observed till Sunday evening in the Political Science course. There were at least 1,691 students enrolled in this. This year, Political Science was a course that has the highest cut-off rate of 99 percent. It was set by the Cut Off Hindu College.
The DU official said about this, we had received similar response last year, so we have kept a high cut-off this year. However, Anju Shrivastav, principal of the Hindu College, said that the number of unreserved seats has once again crossed the number of admissions. At the same time, unreserved seats in courses like political science, physics, sociology and philosophy have become almost complete. College economics, B.Com (Hons), BSc can issue second cut-off list in physics and zoology.
Miranda House chief Bijayalakshmi Nanda said that despite being a high cut-off, we are expecting a phenomenal crowd on Monday because it will be the last day of admission under the first cut-off list. Separate cut-off combination for BA program has allowed more students to take admission in different courses. Students should note that the second cut-off list will come out on July 4 and students can submit their documents verification, admission approval, and fee till July 6.