In Hindu College, the cut-off for BA Honors Economics was 99.75, BA Honors English 99.75, BA Honors History 99.50, BA Honors Philosophy 97.75, Political Science cut off 100 percent and BCom Honors cut off 99.75 percent. Despite this, there have been a lot of admissions in the college.
In Delhi University, due to more admissions than seats in political science, BA program (Combination) and some other courses in the first cut-off, the board of Housefull may be held. Due to this reason, admission in some reputed colleges may be closed in the second cut-off. Admissions for many courses in the renowned Hindu College of North Campus will be closed in the second cut-off. Actually, the admissions on the basis of the first cut offended on Wednesday at midnight. In such a situation, the colleges will know the exact status of admission only on Thursday. Hindu
In Hindu College, the cut-off for BA Honors Economics was 99.75, BA Honors English 99.75, BA Honors History 99.50, BA Honors Philosophy 97.75, Political Science cut off 100 percent and BCom Honors cut off 99.75 percent. Despite this, there have been a lot of admissions in the college. College Principal Dr. Anju Srivastava said that the admissions have become very high. Many courses will be closed in the second cut-off. Since tomorrow is the day for depositing the fees. In this way, the admissions will increase further. He said that 100 admissions have been done on 35 seats in Zoology itself.
Aryabhatta College has seen a lot of admissions in Political Science and BA program (Political Science-History) and Political Science and Economics. In such a situation, they will have to be closed in the second cut-off. Admission coordinator Rajesh Dwidi told that there are 65 seats in Political Science, on which 117 admissions have been done. Whereas 103 admissions have been done in 70 seats of BA program Political Science- History. Therefore, the cut-off will not be released for these courses. About 460 admissions have been done on 800 seats here. In this way, half the seat is filled here.
The second cut-off will come for all the courses in this college. There have been 123 admissions for a total of 1194 seats. The maximum BA program (Hindi-Political Science) has 13 admissions for 21 seats and the BA program (History-Political Science) has 28 admissions for 44 seats.
Till Wednesday evening, 400 admissions were approved for a total of 1673 seats in the college. College Principal Dr. Manoj Khanna told that maximum admissions have taken place in B.Com Honours, Physics Honours, Political Science, and History Honors. Perhaps admissions in these should be closed. But the admission status will be known tomorrow only. Because students can take admission till Wednesday midnight and now students have time to deposit fees till tomorrow.
A drop of 0.25 to 2 percent according to courses.
Most colleges in Delhi University set the first cut-off too high to avoid over-admissions from seats. Despite this, there are a lot of admissions in colleges. Now the second cut-off is to be released on Saturday. In such a situation, the colleges have started preparing to release it. Many colleges will drop the second cut-off by 0.25 percent to one percent. In courses where admissions are done around seats, the fall will be less. While in some courses it will be more. This fall will be done from the general category to another category. In fact, colleges are trying to be cautious so that there is no overflow of admissions even in the second cut-off.
Kerala and Telangana Board students dominate the colleges
The students of Kerala and Telangana Board are dominating the DU’s first cut-off admission. In comparison to other boards, more students of these boards have hundred percent marks. Till now the trend was that students of these boards used to take admission only in North Campus colleges but this time they are taking admission in out-of-campus and South-Campus also.
According to a teacher, 26 admissions to 20 seats in a college took place on Tuesday, all of them were from Kerala Board with 100% marks. Colleges say that there are three days for admission and if a student’s marks are falling in the cut-off then he cannot be denied admission. It is being told that out of 10 seats of general in sociology in a reputed college, 8 seats were filled by the students of Kerala Board who had 100 percent marks. Similarly, in this college, 11 admissions to 23 seats of English Honors have been done by the students of the Kerala Board. Although teachers and principals are also raising questions, colleges cannot do anything due to making a place in the cut-off.