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Seats in most sought after courses of DU full, 5th cut-off out

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The Delhi University (DU) has announced its fifth and possibly the last cut-off for admission to its various Undergraduate (UG) courses for Academic Session 2018-19 on Wednesday. With almost 88 per cent of seats already filled after admissions against fourth cut-off, admissions are now closed in most sought after courses in top DU colleges.

At Ramjas College in north campus, both BA (H) Economics and BA (H) English are available at 96.25 and 94.50 per cent respectively in the fifth cut-off. Also BA Programme is available at 93.75 per cent in Ramjas. At Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) , BA (H) Economics is available for Other Backward Caste (OBC) at 96 per cent. At north campus SGTB Khalsa College BA (H) Economics is available for Sikh minority candidate at 91 per cent.

At Miranda House for Women both BA (H) Economics and BA (H) English are still available for general category students at 96.50 and 96.25 respectively.

At the Lady Shri Ram College for Women , BA (H) Economics and BA (H) English are available for Scheduled Caste candidates at 90 and 88.25 per cent respectively. While BA Programme is available for OBC at 91 per cent.

At Kirori Mal College, BA (H) Economics is available for general category and OBC at 96.50 and 91.75 per cent respectively. While BA (H) English is available for OBC at 90.50 per cent. Also BA programme is available for general category at 93.50 per cent respectively.

While at Hindu college, BA (H) English is still available for SC and ST candidates at 90.50 and 90 per cent respectively. While BA Programme is available for OBC at 95.75 per cent. At Hans Raj College BA (H) English is available at 95.50 per cent for general category aspirants.

 
 
 
 
 

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