When almost all the popular colleges under DU have closed the undergraduate admissions for the academic year 2014-15, the university has released the fifth cut-off list for a few vacant seats. The eligible candidates who meet the requirements as notified in the Fifth Admission Cut-off list are further advised to complete their admission formalities in the concerned colleges from July 14 and 15 within the stipulated time. Admissions are now open in only a few colleges of the varsity, including some colleges of North Campus. Admissions to B.Com. (P) are open in eight colleges, including Kirori Mal, Ramjas and SGTB Khalsa College. Besides B.Com. (Hons) is available in Indraprastha College with a cut-off of 95.75 percent and PGDAV College with a cut-off of 93 percent. A few seats are available in Economics in Hansraj and Hindu Colleges as well. At Hansraj, cut-offs are down just by a mark to 96.5 percent to 97 percent. Admissions will take place in English through the fifth list at Hansraj, Hindu and Maharaja Agrasen Colleges. Hindu’s cut-off for English is 95.5 percent to 97 percent and Hansraj’s cut-off is 94.5 percent to 96 percent. Among Science courses, seats are available in Chemistry and Zoology at Daulat Ram College; Mathematics, Botany, Computer Science and B.Sc. Physical Sciences at Hansraj; and Physics, Zoology and Statistics at Hindu. DU issued a second list for the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB). Cut-offs for the two courses that NCWEB runs – BA (Programme) and B.Com (P) – are over 80 percent at all of its centres except Siddharth International School. Cut-offs in the first list for this group has increased drastically from last year, though the drop in the cut-off from the first to second list is more significant as compared with mainstream colleges. Candidates can check the firth cut-offs separately for all colleges at the official website of Delhi University.
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