The fourth cut-off list for admissions into undergraduate courses in the University of Delhi was declared on Friday on the official website. Some popular courses seats at various prominent colleges are still available.
Students who want to check the fourth cut off list can log on to du.ac.in.
The cut-off marks in all courses for the remaining seats witnessed a decline of about 0.25 percent to 4 percent. Economics (Hons) seats at Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) are available at 97.25 percent, according to local media reports.
For B.Com courses, the seats are available to students who secure 96.25 percent marks at Ramjas College, SRCC (97 percent), Collage of vocational studies (95 percent) and Aurbindo College (94.75 percent), the Indian Express reported.
Delhi University will be announcing the fifth list for the availability of B.Com seats much later.
Under the fourth-cut off list, the reserved category students have greater options. This year, DU will be declaring only five cut-off lists as against ten cut-off lists published last year. Following the five cut-off lists, colleges will hold admissions individually, depending on the number of vacant seats remaining.
The cut-off requirement remained at 95 percent and above for most of courses in popular colleges in the third list, which was published on Sunday. Admissions for the third cut-off list will continue to be held until Wednesday, the Hindustan Times reported.
According to reports, for the academic year 2016-27, DU has received about 2.5 lakh applications for 54,000 seats in 63 colleges.