Top DU colleges may have closed admissions for the sought-after courses before the third cut-off list but, popular courses in many other colleges are still up for grabs.
Candidates can opt for B.Com. (Hons) in 24 colleges and B.Com. in 28 colleges. English and Economics are open in 15 and 13 colleges respectively. Seats in BA are available in 35 colleges.
The third cut-off list faced a drop up to six percentage points for some Science courses in the colleges of North Campus. Students with above 80 percent marks can hope to get seats in top DU colleges now. Getting into a North Campus college is also possible in programme courses at least for many students.
Commerce remains available in Hindu College and Hansraj College (in North Campus), and is reopening in others. Kirori Mal College, SGTB Khalsa College and Gargi College closed admissions to commerce after the first list but have reopened them in the third list.
KMC is reopening for both B.Com. (P) and B.Com (H) though with a slight (one and two marks, respectively) drop in cut-off. Lady Shri Ram College has reopened BA (P). Also, the general category seats are available in every course at Hansraj College.
The college has lowered cut-off by just one mark for B.Com. (H), economics, history and English, has been more generous in the sciences. The botany cut-off has gone down to 90 percent, B.Sc. life science to 90 percent, chemistry to 95 percent; electronics to 95.33 percent, and physics to 96 percent.
At Daulat Ram, cut-offs have dropped sharply for home courses-six percentage points for B.Sc. (H) biochemistry, 6.5 for zoology and six for botany.
Hindu has dropped the chemistry cutoff from 97 percent to 95.66 percent. The commerce cut-off is now between 96.75 percent and 99.25 percent and the economics cut-off is between 97 percent and 98.5 percent.
Admissions for the third cut-off commence is July 08.