The Delhi University's Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) on Sunday released the second cut-off list for BCom (Honours) and BA (Honours) Economics, with a marginal dip in the score required for admission in the courses.
The cut-off for general category candidates for BCom (Hons) was 97.75 per cent in the first list, while in the second cut-off, it is 97.37 per cent.
The minimum score required for admission in BA (Honours) Economics was 98.50 per cent for the general category in the first cut-off. In the second cut-off it was 98.25 per cent for general candidates.
Last year, the SRCC had pegged its highest cut-off at 97.75 per cent for both the courses.
The cut-off will be on the basis of the best of four subjects, according to the university criteria.
The OBC category candidates will require 95 per cent marks for admission in B.Com (Honours) and 96.25 per cent for B.A. (Honours) Economics for the academic year 2018-19, according to a list put up on the college's website.
The cut-off for the SC candidates is 90.75 per cent for B.Com (Honours) while admissions are closed under B.A (Honours) Economics.
For the ST category candidates, at least 83.75 per cent is required for admission in B.Com (Honours) and 91.75 per cent for B.A (Honours) Economics.
For persons with disabilities, the cut-off is 82 per cent for B.Com (Honours) and 93.50 per cent for B.A.(Honours) Economics.
Kashmiri migrant candidates require at least 87.37 per cent for admission in B.Com (Honours) and 95 per cent for BA (Honours) English.
In Kirori Mal College (KMC), admissions have been closed for BA (Hons.) Urdu, BA (Hons.) Sanskrit and BSc Physical Sciences with Computer Science Options in General category after the release of first cut-off.
From 96%, KMC has decreased the BA Programme cut off to 94.75% in the second list. The BA (Hons.) English cutoff has also come down to 96% from 97% in KMC.
The cut-off percentage is declared on the basis of average percentage in four best subjects as per criteria laid down by the University of Delhi.
The first cut-off was released on June 18 and the admission process based that list was held from June 19 to June 21.
Meanwhile, many prominent Delhi University colleges, including the LSR, SRCC and Hindu, did not announce their second cut-off for several courses on Sunday as their seats were filled post the announcement of the first cut-off on June 19.
Over 15,000 admissions took place in the three days after the first cut-offs were announced. Today, the second cut-offs were announced but many colleges did not need to do it for several courses.
The Lady Shri Ram College has closed admissions for BA (Hons.) Economics, BA (Hons.) Political Science, BA (Hons.) History, BA (Hons.) Psychology,BA (Hons.) Sociology and B.Com (Hons.).
The LSR had announced a cut-off of 98.75 per cent for the BA programme in the first list which came down to 97.75 per cent in the second.
In the Kirori Mal College, admissions have been closed for BA (Hons.) Urdu, BA (Hons) Sanskrit, and B.Sc. (Physical Sciences) with computer science optional for general category candidates.
The SRCC has closed admissions for SC candidates for its B.A. (Honours) Economics.
The Gargi College and the Hindu College have also closed admissions for general category candidates in BA (Hons.) History, BA(Hons.) Political Science and BA programme.
The Miranda House has closed admissions for general category candidates in BA (Hons.) Geography, BA (Hons.) Political Science and BA(Honours) Philosophy.
The Ramjas College has closed admissions for general candidates in BA (Hons.) Hindi, BA programme and B.Com.
The varsity threw open its admission portal for aspirants of various undergraduate courses on May 15. The registration for these courses ended on June 7.
The university has, for now, announced a total of five cut-off lists. The first cut-offs were announced on June 19.
The total number of male applicants are 1,44,248, women 1,34,297 and other applicants 29.
According to an official from the university, 2,78,544 aspirants have made payments.
Last year, around 2.20 lakh candidates had made payments.