Delhi University Admission 2017: DU releases its final cut-off list, admissions to begin today

Delhi University Admission 2017: DU has finally the releases it's fifth cut off list. Admissions for various colleges closed. Details here

The Delhi University on Monday released its fifth and final cut-off list for various undergraduate courses for the Academic year 2017-2018. Lady Shri Ram College (LSR) has recorded the highest cut off with 97.5% for BA (Hons) Psychology programme. Hindu College registered the second highest cut-off at 97l25 for BA (Hons) Economics course which is followed by LSR’s journalism course by 97%.

As per the press release released by the Delhi University, the admission for various undergraduate courses is set to begin on July 18, adding that the students are advised to contact the respective colleges and complete their admission formalities at the earliest.

“As per schedule already notified, the eligible candidates who meet the requirement notified in the fifth admission cut-off list are further advised to complete their admission formalities in the colleges concerned within the stipulated time, as notified earlier on the University website,” the press release said.

Meanwhile, Lady Shri Ram College of Commerce and Hindu college have closed admissions for BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons) English courses. For BCom (Hons) some seats are still up for grabs at colleges including IP College, Gargi and Kamala Nehru.

You can check the final cut off list here:

The admissions for the final list will conclude on July 19. It must be noted that the admissions for most common courses for the popular colleges in DU have been closed for the general category.

SRCC, LSR, Ramjas, and others had released the first cut-off list in the month of June. There has been a seemingly marginal dip in the cut off percentage, which has come as a sigh of relief for the students. The university received around 2.2 lakh applications this year for about 56,000 seats in its 63 colleges.

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