Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College at the University of Delhi released a second cut-off list on Saturday, with the mark required for BSc (Honours) Computer Science down by 1.5%. The cutoff for the first list of courses was fixed at 100%, but there were no subscriptions for the first list of courses.
The course cutoff is fixed at 98.5% in the second list, but admission to the SC, ST, PwD, and EWS categories is closed.
Other universities that fixed the course cutoff to 100% were Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies and Hansraj College, the former also drawing a blank course.
Admission to BSc (Honours) Mathematics, BSc (Honours) Zoology, and BSc (Life Science) has been closed, but the combination of BA programs in economics and politics and history and politics has also been closed.
Some courses, such as BSc (Honours) Chemistry, BA (Honours) English, and BSc Physical Science with Chemistry, are banned from admission to reserved categories.
Female students will get 1% relaxation on all course question marks.
Aryabhatta College has also released a second cutoff list that drops in the range of 0.25 to 1%.
The university maintained the highest cutoff for BA (Honours) Psychology of all courses at 98.5% on the first list and dropped to 98.25% on the second list.
The cutoffs for BA (honor) economics, BA (honor) Hindi, and BSc (honor) mathematics decreased by 1% to 97, 85, and 96%, respectively. The cutoffs for BA (Honours) English, BA (Honours) History, and BCom (Honours) fell to 95.5%, 94.5%, and 97.5%, down 0.5% from the list.
Closed courses are a combination of BA (Honours) Political Science, BCom Program, and BA Program history and political science.
With the exception of BA (Honours) Political Science, BA (Honours) English, BA (Honours) Psychology, and BCom (Honours), all other courses offer 1% relaxation for female students.
With the exception of Hindi (Honors Degree), BVoc Retail Management and IT and BVoc Healthcare Management, where the cutoff is fixed at 68%, Jesus and Mary College states that there is no second list of other courses. It means that their seats are full.
The university fixed the BA (honor) psychology cutoff at 100 percent for those who did not include the subject while calculating the best of 4 percent.
The cutoff for students who were supposed to include subjects in the top four subjects (BFS) marks was 99%.
The University of Delhi will publish a second list that day. Almost half of the seats are occupied after admission on the first list.
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Second list for admission to some DU colleges, 0.25 to 1.5 percent cutoff
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