As many as 34,814 out of 70,000 accessible undergraduate seats in faculties throughout the Delhi University have been crammed below the primary cut-off listing this 12 months. The remaining tally was prone to improve as round 6,000 candidates have been but to pay charges on the time this report was filed.
The second cut-off will probably be launched by Saturday night. Officials throughout the universities mentioned there will probably be a marginal drop of 0.5 to 1 proportion factors within the second listing in nearly all of the programs.
Last 12 months, 24,000 candidates had taken admissions below the primary cut-off listing.
According to the information offered by the college, as many as 59,730 college students had utilized for 70,000 undergraduate seats throughout 61 faculties (excluding St Stephen’s and Jesus and Mary) below the primary cut-off listing.
Of them, 34814 had paid the charges to verify their admissions by eight pm on Friday. At least 6,394 candidates have been anticipated to finish the formalities by 11.59 pm on Friday.
Despite the excessive cut-offs, faculties witnessed an enormous rush for admissions within the first listing. Several programs at some faculties have already seen over-admissions.
In Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College, which has introduced a 100% cut-off for admissions to Political Science, Psychology, and Economics this 12 months, 400 out of the accessible 750 seats have been crammed within the first cut-off listing. Principal Suman Sharma mentioned that seats below the unreserved class received’t be accessible in some programs, together with BSc (Hons) in Mathematics and at the very least 4 combos of BA (prog) within the second listing.
However, seats are nonetheless accessible in all three programs having the 100% cut-off. “There will be only a marginal drop in the cut-offs of these subjects in the second list,” Sharma mentioned.
Hindu College will shut admissions for eight of the 17 undergraduate packages it presents. The school has already enrolled extra college students than the accessible seats in programs comparable to BA (Hons) Hindi, Political Science, History, and English. “We will close admissions under Political Science, History, Physics, Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Chemistry, and Zoology. For the roughly 20 seats in BA (Honours) in Hindi, we had admitted over 65 people. So there will only be a marginal drop in the rest of the cut-offs,” mentioned principal Anju Shrivastava. The school has admitted over 900 college students below the primary cut-off listing.
Ramjas College has additionally witnessed over-admissions in programs, together with Political Science (Hons), BSc in Statistics and Zoology, and a few combos of BA (prog). The school has witnessed 916 admissions below the primary cut-off listing. Principal Manoj Khanna mentioned there received’t be any change within the cut-off of some programs within the second listing wherein just a few seats are vacant.
In Hansraj College, as many as 1,220 seats have been crammed within the first cut-off, and admissions in some programs together with BSc in Mathematics, Anthropology, and BA (Hons) in History will probably be closed within the second cut-off listing.
Miranda House had admitted at the very least 542 college students below the primary cut-off listing until Friday night. Acting principal Bijayalaxmi Nanda mentioned the school won’t take admissions in BA (Honours) in Political Science and Geography for the unreserved class within the second listing. “There will only be a marginal decrease between .25 and one percentage point across the rest of the courses. We had kept the BA programe cut-offs on the higher side, so that too will be reduced,” she mentioned.
In Shri Ram College of Commerce, as many as 125 college students have already enrolled for BA (Hons) in Economics towards the accessible 155 seats. In BCom (Hons) 121 admissions have been finished within the first cut-off listing for 626 seats.
The rush was equally heavy in off-campus faculties within the first listing. In Rajdhani College, 450 out of the accessible 1194 seats have been crammed within the first cut-off. College principal Rajesh Giri mentioned that the admissions won’t be open within the basic class in some programs, together with English (Hons), Political Science (Hons), History (Hons), and BSc in Mathematics and Chemistry, within the second cut-off listing.
In Bhaskaracharya College Of Applied Sciences, seats in 7 out of 11 programs have been crammed within the first cut-off. College principal Balram Pani mentioned, “We won’t have admissions in the unreserved category in some courses including Physics (Hons), microbiology, Zoology (Hons), Chemistry and biomedical science in the second cut-off list.”