The third cut-off list for undergraduate courses was released by Delhi University on Monday night.
For admissions in various merit-based courses, there is a marginal drop and few others stand closed for unreserved category.
According to reports, after the second cut off, more than 30,000 seats are still vacant at Delhi University. However, the cut-off still has not decreased much from the second list.
Now with the release of the third list, B.A. (H) Economics stands highest at 98 per cent in Hindu college, a minimal .25 drop from the second cut-off list. While the college closed admissions for B. Com (H) for most categories.
Seats are still available for Economic Honours in prominent colleges in North Campus for unreserved category.
Hans Raj closed admissions for B.A. (H) in English for most categories and has set 97.75 per cent cut off for BA (H) Economics and 97.25 per cent cut off for B.Com. (H).
At the Ramjas, admissions are again open in B.Com for unreserved category, after they were closed down in the second cut-off list.
Cut-off stands high for B.A. (H) Economics at 97.50 per cent, while there is a minimal drop for B.A. (H) History and B.A. (H) Hindi in the college.
B.Com (Honours) is the only course which is open in LSR College, with a cut-off at 97.75 per cent and the same cut-off at SRCC.
At Kirori Mal College, where the cut-off had begun at 98.5 per cent, the figure is now 97 per cent.
At Shaheed Bhagat Singh in the South Campus, the cut-off for the course has also been lowered to 96.25 per cent.
So far, admissions to the course have closed for the unreserved seats in 13 colleges.
At Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, admissions are closed for B.A. (H) History and B.A. (H) Political Science.
While the cut-off has been lowered for B.A. (H) Journalism from 97.25 per cent to 96.75 per cent, at the college.
After Political Science, the second highest applicants are for BA (Honours) Sociology, with 1,11,988 applicants for 483 seats in 10 colleges.
As per the data shared by the university, 43,854 admissions have taken place after 778 withdrawals since the beginning of the admission process on June 28.
The admission process based on the third cut-off list will conclude on July 11. The fourth cut off list will be out by July 15.