Most universities have closed admission to popular courses, while some have lowered the qualification requirements in the range of 0.25 to 2% in the second list announced by the University of Delhi on Saturday.
There is a ray of hope for students, as admission to courses like BA (Hons) in Economics and BA (Hons) History is still open at some of the notable colleges, although the required minimum scores are still on the higher side.
Up to 36,130 students have completed their admissions process under the first cut-off list, thus filling just over half of the university’s 70,000 undergraduate places.
Of the eight colleges that had announced 100 percent cut-offs for courses, Hindu College, Jesus and Mary College, and Hansraj College have closed admissions. There are two vacant seats at Ramjas College for BA (Honours) Political Science, which is why it has not effected any change in the cut-off, which remains at 100 percent.
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College and Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies announced a 100 percent cut in BA (Hons) in Computer Science, but after no recipients were found, it reduced the percentage to 98.5 percent.
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Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College sought perfect scores for the BCom program but lowered the application scores to 98.75 percent.
The Shri Ram College of Commerce, which tied the BA (Hons) limits in Economics and BCom (Hons) at 100 percent, lowered the application scores to 99.75 percent and 99.12 percent respectively in the second ready.
College of Vocational Studies, Dayal Singh College, Janki Devi Memorial College, Gargi College, Kamala Nehru College, and Sri Aurobindo College are among the colleges that have closed their admission to BA (Hons) in Economics. The course is still available at notable North Campus universities such as Hindu, Hansra, and Indraprastha College For Women.
Lady Shri Ram College (LSR) has the upper limit for the course at 99.5 percent, while the Hindus, Kirori Mall, and Hansraj have kept the demand marks at 99 percent.
LSR once again took first place in the BA (Hons) English language rankings with 98.75 percent, while Hansraj took second place with 98.5 percent.
Bharati College, Dial Singh College, The Hindu College, Kirori Mal College, and Miranda House, along with a few other colleges, have closed admissions to the course, while more than 12 colleges have closed admissions to BA (Hons) in history.
Among those who closed admissions for History (with honors) were Hindu College, Maitri College, Moti Lal Nehru College, Shyam Lal College, and Dial Singh College. Miranda House issued the highest final course limit at 99 percent, while Sri Venkateswara College set it at 98 percent.
Ramjas College kept the cap at 100 percent for Political Science (Hons), while LSR, Kirori Mal College, and Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College scored 99.5 percent, 99.25 percent, and 98.25 percent, respectively.
More than 12 colleges have closed admissions for the course, including Hindu College, Miranda House, Ramanujan College, Aryapatta College, and Dayal Singh College.
BCom (Hons) applicants still have the opportunity to enter eminent universities.
LSR set the limit for BCom (Hons) at 99.5 percent, while Hansraj and Hindus kept it at 99 percent.
Admission to the course at Aditi Mahavidyalaya, Bharati College, Kamala Nehru College, and College of Professional Studies is closed.
In Science courses, BA (Hons) Chemistry, BA (Hons) in Electronics, BA (Hons) in Geology, BA (Hons) in Mathematics, BA (Hons) in Zoology, Bachelor of Physical Sciences with Chemistry and Bachelor of Science Computer Physics dropped to 98.66 percent, 98 percent, 98.66 percent, 98.75 percent, 98.33 percent, 97 percent, and 98.66 percent, respectively, at Hansraj College.
In the first list, the minimum score required for these courses was 99 percent.
BA (Hons) Mathematics is closed for admission to LSR but is still available at 98.75% at Kirori Mal College and 96.5% at Indraprastha College For Women.
Admissions in the second semester will begin Monday and run through Wednesday. Online admission process for the COVID-19 pandemic.