Delhi University (DU) has released its fourth cut off list recently for the 2017 admissions to various UG courses in the top colleges of the Capital. The fourth cut off list has seen a minor dip in the cut off percentage of 0.25% from its previously released third cut off list. The highest cut off percentage of the fourth list is 97.75% for the BA(Hons) course in Psychology at Lady Shri Ram College(LSR) for Women. With the second highest cut off being set at 97.25% for BA(Hons) course in Journalism and Economics at LSR and Hindu College respectively.
Delhi University Admissions 2017: Cut Off Lists
The first cut off list for the Delhi University 2017 admissions for UG courses on June 23rd, 2017. The highest cut off percentage among all colleges was of SGBT Khalsa College for its BSc(Hons) Electronic course, i.e. 99.66%. DUs Second Cut Off list was announced on July 1, 2017 by Shri Ram College of Commerce along with Shivaji College with the highest cut off percentage of 98.25%.
The third cut off list of DU was released on July 7th 2017 with the highest percentage set at 98% for BA(Hons) in Psychology. And the fourth cut off list that has been announced recently on 12 July, 2017 with LSR again taking the lead with a highest cut off percentage of 97.75% for its BA Hons course in Psychology.
DU 2017 Admissions: Seats Remaining
With almost 4 cut off lists announced Delhi University has declared that there are almost 45% seats still remaining out of 52,000 seats for the Undergraduate Courses in several top colleges of DU to be filled. Right now, admissions for most popular courses like Economics have been closed at 14 Delhi colleges in total some of them being Miranda House, Sri Venkateswara, Kirori Mal College.
Admissions for the fourth cut off list have already been begun from July 13th and will continue till July 15, 2017. DU will release its Fifth Cut Off List on July 18th 2017 and if needed it will release its sixth and last cut off list on later dates. If there are still some seats left at various colleges after the announcement of Fifth Merit List than DU will release at least three merit lists for the candidates taking in consideration the number of vacant seats for different courses.