DU Second Cut-off List To Be Released Tomorrow, Many Colleges Including Miranda House Closed Admission

The University of Delhi will release the second cut-off list for Under Graduate (UG) admissions tomorrow on 9 October 2021. Each DU affiliated college will release separate lists on their respective websites and the consolidated list for Arts, Science and Commerce streams will be released at admission.uod.ac.in.

Candidates will have to apply for admission under the second cut-off list from October 11 to 13, 2021. According to the data shared by DU, 60904 applications were received under the first cut-off list in three days, out of which on Thursday. To 14205 applications were approved and 27006 students paid the admission fee.

The seats for these programs are full in Hindu College

Hindu College will not give admission in political science, history, Hindi and some other programs including most of the science programs included in the second list. Principal Anju Srivastava told that in the second cut off list, almost all the courses of unreserved category will be closed.

Prof Srivastava told PTI that, “We will stop admission in Political Science (Hons), History (Hons), Hindi (Hons), BA program, Philosophy (Hons), etc. and almost all science courses. I think We will have only seats left in BA (Hons) Economics and BCom (Hons).”

Political Science at Miranda House, All seats in chemistry courses filled

Miranda House has been rated as the best college in the country by the Ministry of Education. In this college also there will be no second cut off for Political Science, Chemistry, Physics and Zoology courses. Principal Dr. Bijaylakshmi Nanda said that about 1600 admissions in Miranda House and the final picture will be clear only after payment of fees. Along with this, the principal said that seats will be left in courses like sociology, history, economics and some combination of BA program.

This year, the cut-off in almost all the courses is higher than last year, some colleges are asking for 100% for the popular courses. The colleges have informed that many students with 100% marks have already confirmed their admission. However, despite the high cut-off, students with 90% or less can get admission in some courses including Hindi and Sanskrit.

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