Going by the trend on the second day of admissions, most DU colleges and all courses are likely to remain open in the second cutoff list to be issued on Monday.
Admission to popular colleges like Hindu, Ramjas, SGTB Khalsa, Kirori Mal, Miranda House and Hans Raj are likely to remain open in courses like commerce, English, economics, mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry and zoology in the second cutoff list. While the range of decrease in second cutoff will only get clearer after Saturday’s admission figures, college officials said that the dip can be anything between 0.25% to 3%.
The good news first, Kirori Mal College has so far has admitted just 629 students across courses. With no admissions in commerce, English, Hindi, Sanskrit, chemistry, botany, history and economics will also remain open for admissions in the second list.
Similarly at Hindu, the courses which are likely to remain open for admissions from Monday to Wednesday include commerce, economics, English and mathematics. And with just 180 admissions, all courses at SGTB Khalsa will be available in the forthcoming list.
On day two, admissions picked up as KMC admitted more than 450 students as against 175 on the first day. IP College also witnessed rush as the college admitted 195 students in economics against 90 seats and 56 students in psychology as against 52 seats. It has nearly exhausted all its mathematics seats and these are the courses along with commerce which are unlikely to be available in the second list. But courses like English and journalism will remain open.
Off-campus colleges will also remain open for admissions. Colleges like Kamala Nehru are likely to remain open with decreased cutoff in mathematics, philosophy, Hindi and economics, among others, while College of Vocation Studies may remain open in economics and commerce. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya will continue admissions in zoology, botany, mathematics, chemistry and physics. So will colleges like Ram Lal Anand, Shyam Lal and others.
However, in Gargi aspirants may not have much to anticipate in the second list. Gargi has exhausted all its general category seats in almost all courses and will remain open just in history and Sanskrit. On the second day the college admitted over 700 students and has crossed the 1,100 mark.