New Delhi: The Delhi University has released its fourth cutoff list on Saturday. Check out the list of the colleges in which the admissions are still available. Despite the fact that most of the college and the college management have closed the option for the admission of the candidates as the seats have been filled. But some of the colleges are still having their seats vacant.
How to check out the cutoff list:
For checking out the cutoff list, just go to the university’s website. Where you will get to see the fourth cut-off list in the topmost notification section. Just click on the list and you can easily download it, and after that just take a look at which college is still having their vacant list, and keep track of the college in which your number is coming.
The application process for admissions:
After checking out the list correctly, just take a clear look at which college your bar number is coming from and where you are getting the opportunity to apply for the admissions. After that visit the website of that particular college and then click on the online admission. On finding all the details, go through all the necessary details and henceforth that just apply with allotted and necessary documents.
Only 2 days for admission:
This time the students have been given only 2 days which is November 1st and 2nd to take the admissions after the release of the fourth list. In this situation, the candidates who are willing to apply have to further proceed and complete the admission processes on time. Prior to this on the 6th of November, the payment of the fees will be done till 5 pm to complete the processes of the admission.
Opportunities in the colleges:
According to the fourth cut-off list, the admission to BA Honors Economics in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce College is 97.50 percent, while the cut-off for admission in English is 96.25. 97.25 For B.Com and 7.75 for B.Com Hons. On the other hand, 98.50% marks are required for admission to B.Com Honors in the fourth cut-off list in Hansraj College. Kirori Mal College has a 97.75 percent cut-off for admission to B.Sc Statistics and a 96 percent cut-off for B.Sc Chemistry. Admission to BS Honors Maths is open in Lady Shri Ram College (LSR). If you have 98.50% marks then you can apply for admission here under the 4th cut-off list. For admission in B.Sc Chemistry in Ramjas College, there should be 95.66 percent and 97.75 percent marks for admission in B.Sc Maths.
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