DU UG Admission 2021: As part of the special list, some courses at prestigious colleges that were closed after previous cycles have reopened, giving people who had not applied at the time a chance to do so now.
The University of Delhi on Monday released a special selection list for applicants eligible for admission according to previously announced lists but who did not apply for various reasons. As part of the special list, some courses at top colleges that were closed after previous rounds have reopened, providing the opportunity for those who had not applied at the time to get a seat now.
At Hindu College, the BA (Honors) philosophy was closed for admission after the first list, but it was opened under the special list. The threshold for the course is 97.75 percent, the same as the first listing.
Even at Lady Shri Ram College, the BA (Honors) philosophy was closed for admission after the first cut list, but it is available under the special cut list at 97.50 percent.
Likewise, BSc (Honors) Mathematics had closed for admission to LSR after the first listing, but it was reopened with the threshold set at 98.50 percent.
At Miranda House, BA (Honors) Economics, which was closed after the second cut list, has been reopened even though the required scores continue to be above 99%.
Kirori Mal College, which had closed admissions to BA (Honors) Economics and BCom (Honors) after the second listing, reopened admission courses with the required grades for both programs being 98.75%.
Kamala Nehru College has reopened admissions for the BA (Honors) in Economics and is seeking a minimum of 98 percent marks.
At Sri Venkateswara College, BSc (Honors) Statistics and BSc (Honors) Electronics were closed after the second list but reopened. The threshold for BSc (Honors) Statistics is 98.25%, while for BSc (Honors) Electronics it is 96%.
Admissions under the special cut list will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, and colleges will have until Thursday to approve applications. Friday will be the last day to make payments. The fourth cut-off list will be released on October 30. According to official data, 60,155 students paid the fees according to the three lists while the university processed 1,70,696 applications.