First day of Delhi University admissions marred with glitches, no students enrolled

Mumbai University Admissions 2017: First Merit List Declared Cut Off Increased

Mumbai University Admissions 2017: First Merit List Declared Cut Off Increased

Students and officials were also plagued with concerns over not being able to access the college portal.

BA programme cutoff dropped by 1.5 percentage point to 95.5 per cent. Sri Venkateswara College kept the cut off for English (H) at 96.5 per cent, Economics (H) at 97.5 per cent and for B.Com (H) at 97.5 per cent.

124 students from Tamil Nadu Board have applied at SRCC college for admissions, all of them with a score of 98 percent or above in the subject of Commerce.

Other colleges are likely to announce their cut-off later on Friday. Hansraj college has raised cut off for BA program by 1%, which is 97% this year compared to 96% last year.

The race is on for the DU admission in various colleges for different courses for the session 2017-18. Both the subjects witnessed a drop of 1.75 percent and 1 per cent respectively from previous year.

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Among these, the highest cut-off, after five years, has not crossed 99 in the best-of-four for humanities aggregate. The institutes struggled to fill the seats a year ago when the second list was released.

The trend of cut-offs becoming lower continued at Hans Raj College as well, where most subjects either remained at the same percentage as a year ago or saw a dip of 0.25-1 percent. "I will now have to extend my stay in Delhi for two more days to get admission on Tuesday", said Bindu, who wishes to pursue BA (Hon) History from Sri Venkateswara College.

Though the university had announced six cut-off lists in 2016, as of now, dates for only five have been announced. The second cut-off will be released on July 1, and the third cut-off will be released on July 7. The admission will start only on Saturday.

Approval of admission: After completing the above stated steps, you will have to submit the original documents to the college to avoid multiple admissions. After the admission is approved, Candidates Must login to the online admission portal to make the payment for admission.This may be done till 12:00 noon of the next day of the given admission list deadline.

The principal of R A Podar College, Sobhana Vasudevan says that B.Com is still the popular course.