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DU Announces Fourth Cut-off List,Students disappointed
Delhi University announced its' fourth cut-off list for admissions in undergraduate courses. Popular colleges like Sri Ram College of Commerce, Daulat Ram College and Lady Shri Ram College have already closed admissions for all the courses, and with a marginal drop in percentage, majority of colleges are still left with number of seats in popular courses. Patently, the drop in cut-off percentages lit hope for most of the students.

Seeking admission in DU has become dream now. The competition has increased with time and students are facing problems in getting admission into their desired course and college. Although, there are many other options for those who fail to get an admission in DU, but still somewhere it casts a shadow on how even scoring 80 percent is not enough when it comes to DU. Akshit Shukla, belongs to general category and scored 82.7 in his twelfth standard. He was happy with his marks but soon he encountered with reality, "I am from UP and came here to get admission in DU. It is very tough to score such marks especially when it comes to CICSE Board. DU's first cut-off list was enough to quiver one's confidence and hope. And the present marginal drop in percentage won't help students anyways, especially students like me who wanted to be part of a college like Ramjas or Hindu."

Certainly, a college like SRCC is still inviting students (PWD and general category) who have scored 97.37 percent for Economic Honors Course; however, redemption of just a few percent has failed to bring smiles on many students' faces. Following on the same lines Kirori Mal College is still open for admissions in courses like Economics (H), (H) with a maximum drop of 0.5 percent. Many colleges like Gargi College, ARSD, Aryabhatta College, Deshbandhu College and College of Vocational Studies and Hansraj are still open for those who are seeking admissions in B. com(H) course.

From high cut-offs to issues like FYUP, obscure semester system and others, DU always remains in news. It was speculated that DU also followed the private college procedure of providing seats under management quota but later it was proved wrong.

But what makes DU so special?

It is an educational hub or platform which not only enhances one's knowledge but also provides an experience of a life time. DU's' educational system, fest etc. are very special in its' own way, and this is what makes DU to garner everyone's interest.

Let's hope that students who couldn't make it in the third list and even failed to make it into the fourth list this time, will get admission in the upcoming fifth cut-off list. The university will release its next cut off list on 14th July.

All the best!

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