Delhi University colleges will come up with their second cut-off list on Tuesday and this list is expected to give the full 10% relaxation to OBC candidates.
Shri Ram College of Commerce, which kicked off a ruckus with 100% cutoff for BCom(H) for non-commerce students, has closed admissions to that course, as has Shaheed Bhagat Singh. At Miranda House too, majority courses were
Whereas, on North Campus, Hindu College will continue to offer admissions in science honours courses. Vinay Kumar Srivastava, principal: We will definitely have a second cutoff in physics (H) and chemistry (H).
Kirori Mal College will keep admissions open in BCom(H),BCom, and honours courses in history, geography, economics, English, botany and zoology. There will be admissions in BSc Physical Science and the BA programme as well.
Hans Raj too will keep its BCom(H) and science courses open. VK Kwatra, principal of the college said that B Com (H) is expected to see a marginal dip of around 0.25%, and sciences may see a dip of 1% to2%.
SGTB Khalsa College is likely to wind up admissions for some honours courses, including zoology, mathematics, English and economics. The remaining subjects, college officials said, will be available in the second list. These include BCom(H), BCom, Physics(H) and Chemistry(H).
Sri Venkateswara College, in South Campus, too, will have a second cutoff for as many as 15 courses, including BCom (H), BCom and honours courses in zoology, botany, biochemistry, electronics, economics, sociology, political science, Hindi and Sanskrit.
Most of the girls' colleges too will have a second cutoff.