If you still feel French and Italian to be the choices of the students then you might be wrong. Looking at the number of students enrolling in the foreign language category , seems like Arabic has outnumbered other languages. Even Zakir Husain College which is the only institute offering degree courses in Arabic has admitted around 40 students for the same. The college plans to increase the number of seats looking at the growing demand of the course. Students can either choose certificate or diploma courses in Arabic at St. Stephen’s college or opt for the BA (Hons) Arabic and BA (Prog) Arabic at the Zakir Husain Delhi college. Students can also apply for a one year certificate, diploma and an advanced diploma in Modern Arabic as well as BA (Hons)
Few undergraduate courses have experienced the admissions of students from reserved categories in comparison to those from unreserved category.1,313 courses across DU’s colleges have observed the admissions from unreserved category. ST category students have been admitted to merely 528 courses and EWS category students to only 664 courses. After the release of the third list, EWS or ST students still needed to get admitted by several colleges for several courses. This trend of unreserved category dominating in the admissions continued in the number of students admitted under the third list with some small changes. Percentage of unreserved students has fell down to 59.83%, those belonging to the ST category have risen by 0.03% and those belonging to the EWS category have risen by 0.
The Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has published the cutoff list for current year for its BA and B.Com Courses at its official website ncweb.du.ac.in. It has hosted direct links for the download of cutoff lists for BA, B.Com courses. Candidates can click on the respective course and check the cutoff percentage The cutoff list can also be accessed at the homepage of Delhi University.According to information contained in the DU admission 2019 circular, the list will be available on the NCWEB’s notice board at campus and also at its teaching centers. For BA course, the Miranda House and Hans Raj College jointly stand at 85% as the highest NCWEB 2019 cutoff for the same course BA (Prog) Economics+ Political Science. The cutoff is recorded for general category. Whe
Delhi University released its fourth cut off list on Saturday, 13th July 2019. While a lot of colleges closed their admissions for various streams, others saw a marginal dip. Surprisingly, admissions to B.A. Economics (Hons) remain open at popular colleges like Miranda House, Hansraj, Kirori Mal, Hindu and even at SRCC, where the course has been reopened for e unreserved category. B.Com (Hons) is now also available at LSR, with a cut-off of 97.50%. Till now, the university has taken in about 52,000 students, out of the total 63,000 seats up for grabs this year. This was an increase from about 56,000 seats offered in the last few years on account of expansion of the intake to accommodate 10% reservation for students from Economically Weaker Sections. This intake will continue to
Colleges of the University of Delhi has started releasing the fourth Cutoff list for the admission to the undergraduate programmes. candidates can check the fourth cutoff of Delhi University by visiting the official website of the individual colleges. It must be noted that the Colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi start releasing the cutoff for Delhi University admissions 2019 on its official website after which the compiled list will be published on the official website of Delhi University by tonight. So far colleges such as Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College, Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences, Gargi College and Shyam Lal College have started releasing the fourth cutoff of Delhi University. Candidates who wish to check the cutoff can click on the links given b...
Just a Few hours ago, DU has released their 4th Cut off for the 2019 Admissions. As per the Information from the Official Sources, The 4th Cutoff was expected to be out on 15th of July however many Du Colleges have released the 4th Cutoff on their own official Websites. This list include a no. Of colleges from Gargi college,Shaheed Rajguru to Shyam lal College. Students who were eagerly looking forward to the 4th cutoff can visit the official websites of these colleges and can have a look at the respective cutoffs. More and More colleges are expected to release their 4th Cutoff soon.