After the colleges dropped their cutoff marks, the off-campus and south campus college of Delhi University witnessed a heavier rush for admissions by the students. In Venkateshwara College, which happens to be one of the most popular colleges of the south campus took 170 admissions on Tuesday, 4th July. The college took a total of 439 admissions after the release of DU second cutoff.
More than 36,000 admissions have been recorded in Delhi University after the second cutoff list. Anju Srivastava, Principal Hindu College informed that Com (Honours), BA (Honours) Economics and Physical Science have seen a high number of admissions.
The admissions conveyer, Ms Latha Narayan said that a lot of applications were received for B.Com, B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics and B.Sc (Hons) in Chemistry and a publication of third merit list in these streams are unlikely. She also informed that the B.Sc (Honours) Electronics saw a good response in the second cutoff but the B.A. Economics response have not been satisfactory for the high cutoff marks. Only two admissions have been observed in Sri Venkateshwara College in B.A. (Hons) Economics course.
The Shyam Lal College saw a total of 48 admissions after the first cutoff. The most popular course there are B.A. History and B.A. Program Combinations. In Aurobindo College, a total of 170 students took admissions in the second cutoff making the total number of 2019 admissions 557 in a total of 1,050 seats available in the college. The Principal of Aurobindo College, Prof Vipin Aggarwal said that the first day of the second cutoff marked the highest admissions in a day for the first time. B.Com is one of the most preferred subjects in this year’s admissions in Sri Aurobindo College and will be closed in the third list.
In Lakshmibai college, only 108 admissions were noticed on the first cutoff, but on Tuesday, the college witnessed a total of 61 admissions alone. A similar scenario has been noticed in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) where 40 students took admissions on Tuesday making the total admission number 174 out of 640 UG seats in the college.
However, the opposite scenario has been noticed in the most popular colleges of Delhi University like Hindu College, Kirori Mal College, Ramjas College and Miranda House where only 100 students took admission in the second cutoff. The reason is the colleges have seen almost full admissions in the first cutoff only.
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