The first list for the highly awaited DU cut offs are here and it has left everyone stunned! Just a modest bunch of students wandered out to take confirmation on Thursday, after DU reported high as can be shorts.
Sources recommended that most students were sitting tight for the second cut-off to come. Despite the fact that the situation on the second cutoff would just be clear by Saturday, however most principals said that the cutoff would descend for the greater part of the courses.
For Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, which had expanded the cut-off over all streams and most noteworthy for History (respects) by 4 percent, over just 48 students took confirmation for its 780 seats.
"In my college 110 students took confirmation and 25 are pending. However, I can say that the cut-off is going to descend in the second rundown basically for immaculate science and humanities subjects," said Savita Roy, main Daulat Ram College.
A few colleges, on the other hand, implied that they may not draw out a second cut-off by any means.
Shri Ram College of Commerce said a second cut-off rundown for B.Com (hons) was far-fetched. The college has 110 seats for general classification in the course, of which 76 has as of now been filled.
Likewise Gargi College has additionally filled 33% of its general seats.
College authorities likewise anticipated that the shorts would go down significantly in the second rundown.
"Numerous colleges have declared comparable shorts. Case in point, Hindu, Hansraj and Kirori Mal College have the same cutoff for financial matters at 98 percent. So if an student fits the bill for Hindu and Hansraj why will he/she go to KMC. Lesser confirmations will drive universities to bring down their shorts cutoff," said a senior college official.
Woman Shri Ram College (LSR) which has turn out with a high cut-off rundown likewise saw not very many confirmations.
"The greater part of the confirmations were in Psychology, History and Hindi. It would seem that we will require a second cut-off rundown for some courses. Be that as it may, the last picture will just turn out to be clear when the affirmations are over on Saturday," said Kanika Ahuja, who shows Psychology in LSR.