The fourth cut-off list for admission of merit-based students to first-year undergraduate courses has been released today i.e. 6th July 2018 by Delhi University. Those students who secured the marks as per released list in their 12th class they may have the last chance to grab a seat in some of the top courses at DU's campus.
In the 4th cut off list, there has been a marginal dip for most courses in the colleges which have been around 0.25% points, whereas some colleges have opened courses at the same cut offs. Kirori Mal College (KMC) has opened its B.Com (Hons) and B.Com courses, but economics is closed. At Aryabhatta College, English and psychology are available while Ramjas has opened B.Com (Hons).
Popular colleges of DU’s like KMC and Sri Venkateswara has still opened the admission for the BA programme due to marginal dip in the cut off. Gargi, Ramjas and Kamla Nehru colleges have also re-opened the admission to its courses after the withdrawals. Daulat Ram College (DRC) has slashed the cutoff for BA programme by 11% points, bringing it down to 80%. Apart from BA programmes, Science programmes also admissions still open at some colleges due to counselling for engineering and medical colleges is in process.
So before reporting to the college's admission office, every student must ensure that they have all required documents with them.
Source: Times of India