Delhi University issues special cut-off list


New Delhi, Oct 26 : Delhi University has released a special cut-off list only for a few eligible students, an official said. Registrar of the university, Vikas Gupta, said on Monday the special cut-off is only for those candidates who were eligible for admission on the basis of the cut-off list issued earlier but could not take admission due to some reasons. Delhi University has 70,000 seats for undergraduate course. It has so far released three cut-off lists for admission to these 70,000 seats. A total of 1,70,186 students have applied for admission on the basis of all the three cut-offs so far. Out of these, 58,000 students have got admission in various colleges of Delhi University. The specific cut-off is decided by the colleges based on the availability of vacant seats. Delhi University had released the first cut-off for enrolment on October 1. It has seen an irregular jump as compared to the previous years. As a result, students who got 99 per cent marks were also deprived of admission in many courses of reputed colleges like Hindu, Hansraj, Ramjas etc. The second and third cut-off have also been released in Delhi University. The varsity had released its third cut-off list on October 16. The first cut-off list went up to 100 per cent for several courses in various colleges in Delhi University. There was no significant difference in the second cut-off list as well. In the second list, there was an average drop of 0.25 per cent to 3 per cent in the cut-offs across various colleges. After this, there was no major drop in the third cut-off as well. /IANS


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