NEW DELHI: Over 60,000 students have been granted admission to Delhi University (DU) undergraduate courses under the three selection lists and the university has so far received over 1.7 lakh of candidates.
Friday was the last day for colleges to approve applications.
The payment gateway closed at 5 p.m. on Saturday.
The special cut-off list for students who were unable to apply to the first three lists will be released on Monday, while the fourth list will be released on October 30.
According to official data, 60,155 students paid the fees and the university processed 1,70,696 applications.
At Aryabhatta College 524 admissions have taken place so far and admission in the unqualified category is likely to be closed in English (with distinction), history (with distinction), political science (with distinction), in mathematics (with distinction), in undergraduate program (history and politics) Science).
In the OBC category, it is closed in political science (with distinction) and mathematics (with distinction).
Admissions are likely to continue in other categories and subjects.
At Miranda House, there are a few places left in sociology (with distinction) and history (with distinction), officials said, while the college will decide which subjects will be open in the special cut-off list on Sunday.
Professor Hansraj Suman, president of the teachers ‘wing of Aam Aadmi party – Delhi Teachers’ Association – said the DU administration should ask colleges for data on the number of seats held in reserved categories and that they should be uploaded to its website. .
He also called for places in the reserved categories to be filled in a special campaign that is expected to be launched before classes start for first-year students.
In a related development, the university has also released the readmission schedule for admission to Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) and Bachelor (with Distinction) in Business Economics. for which entry tests have been carried out by the National Testing Agency.
The DU will declare the ranks achieved by candidates in the entrance exams on October 25, with candidates having the option to change the preference of the college program between October 26 and October 27 at 10 a.m.
The first allocation list will be posted on October 30, while applicants will be able to apply between October 31 and November 1.
Colleges will have until November 2 to reject or approve applications and November 3 will be the last day to make payments.
The second and third award lists will be announced on November 6 and 13.