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List of Admissions and Cancellations of Delhi University Under Sixth Cut-Off List
The Delhi University witnessed some fresh admissions and cancellations under sixth cut-off list on August 20, 2016. The new academic session began over a month ago and still there are some vacant seats. The process of admissions under sixth cut-off list will continue till August 22, 2016. The admissions for the evening colleges closes at 4.00 PM. Right now, there are 6,500 vacant seats.
A total number of 190 seats are vacant at Dyal Singh College out of which the college received 20 admissions. Similarly, there were 20 cancellations too. The principal of Kalindi College said that they had more cancellations rather than admissions.
The sixth cut-off list ranges between 85% to 90% of the general category. The cut-offs of B.Com and B.Com (Hons) is 90%. At Maitreyi College, the cut-offs for B.Com (Hons) is 92% and 90% for B.Com.
A total number of 35 and 26 seats are vacant for B.Com and B.Com (Hons) at Bhim Rao Ambedkar College. The cut-offs for these two courses are 86.50% and 88.50%, respectively.
The cut-offs for Science courses is still 90% and above. A total number of two seats are vacant for Chemistry (Hons) at Acharya Narendra Dev College. The cut-off for this course is 92.66%. The college authorities mentioned that there is more vacancies for English (Hons) course.
At Hans Raj College, seats are vacant for BA English (Hons) at 90% for OBC category. The cut-off for BA Economics (Hons) is 87% for Sc category.
Overall all a total number of 2,500 seats are vacant under OBC category out of 6,500 seats.The seventh cut-off list will be out on August 24, 2016, followed by another list on August 29, 2016.
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