Places are still available at top colleges of the University of Delhi (DU) even after the varsity released the third cut-off list — with a marginal dip in eligibility marks — on Sunday.
One of the most preferred colleges, the Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) still remains open for admissions with a cut-off requirement of 97.25 per cent to its Economics honours and B. Com honours courses.
At Hansraj College, admissions are still open for most courses like English, Economics, History (all honours) and B.Com honours.
While admission into courses like Economics and English are still open at Hindu College, it has closed admissions for courses like Sociology, Philosophy and B.A.
At the prestigious Lady Sri Ram College, students require 96 percent to study Economics and English.
Seats at off-campus colleges seem to be filling up faster with colleges like Deshbandhu College closing admissions to most courses barring honours in Sanskrit, Political Science and History.
Similarly, Mata Sundri College for women has closed admission to all arts courses barring Psychology, Sanskrit and B.A. pass.
Many evening colleges also remain open for admission into most courses, with percentage requirement ranging from 60 to 90 per cent.
Seats have been filling up fast in science courses with colleges like Gargi having closed admissions into Botany, Chemistry and Physics honours.
Similarly, Miranda House has closed admissions into Botany and B.Sc. Life Sciences.
Admission into undergraduate courses at the varsity were made completely online this year.
In a first, the DU has also decided to take out only five cut-off lists this year. More than 2.5 lakh students applied the varsity this year for admission into its various undergraduate courses.