60,000 applications under first list for 70,000 Delhi University seats on offer | Delhi News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: With the approval of applications by colleges coming to a close on Thursday, Delhi University (DU) saw over 60,000 applications against the 70,000 seats that are on offer this year.
Officials said that out of the total number of applications for admission received for the first cutoff list, over 27,000 students had completed the payment process as well. Aspirants have time till Friday 5 pm to complete the payment process.

Several colleges across the university said that courses like BA (Prog), BA (H) political science and BCom were likely to close for the second cutoff list.
At Ramjas College, which has received 500 applications, officials said that apart from BA (H) political science and BCom, BSc (H) physics is likely to close for most other categories apart from the general category. Manoj Khanna, principal of Ramjas College, said, “The students have time till 5 pm on Friday so there will be clarity on the total admissions after that.”
Sanjay Batra, admission convener at Sri Venkateswara College, said that the college had approved 450 applications and BA (Prog) was likely to close for the second cutoff list.
Officials at Kirori Mal College (KMC), which approved 438 applications, said that BA (Prog) and BCom were likely to close for both the general and reserved categories after the first list. Siddharth Lahon, admission convener at KMC, said, “For BA (H) English, most categories are likely to close. Even two or three combinations of BA (Prog) will close for the unreserved category.”
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, which saw nearly 700 admissions with 300 more left to pay the fees, is likely to close for BA (Prog) and BSc (H) zoology.
At Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma (ARSD) College, which has around 1,400 seats, the college saw 647 students complete the payment process and another 300 applications that were approved by the principal. Gyantosh Jha, principal of ARSD, said, “More than half of our seats will be filled after the first list itself. Few courses like BSc (H) Mathematics, BSc (H) physics and most combinations of BA (Prog) will close after the first list. The second list will see marginal drops, which may vary from 0.25% to 0.5%.”
Meanwhile, Shri Ram College of Commerce, which had pegged the cutoff for both BCom (H) and BA (H) economics courses at 100%, saw 119 approved admissions for the former programme and 28 approved applications for economics.


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