|Delhi University (DU)
begins Round 2 of General admissions
In what has proved to be a blessing for students who missed out on a seat
in Delhi University
(DU) this year, several colleges under the varsity have opened admissions
for the general category once
again after a number of OBC seats couldn’t be filled.
With over 1000 seats remaining vacant, students now have a chance to grab
a seat in some of the most
popular courses like B.Com. (Hons), Economics (Hons) and English (Hons).
At Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College, a total of 35 seats went unoccupied under
the OBC quota. An official
release from the college said, "There are a few seats available in some
subjects. Students with the
percentages mentioned and who meet the college guidelines for the required
subject may apply with the
strict understanding that application to the college doesnot guarantee
At LSR, the minimum percentage required for admission is: Economics (Hons)
(Hons) 89% and Philosophy 80%. Admissions are also open in Political Science
(92%), Sanskrit (45%) and B.A. Programme (88%) at the college.
Indraprastha College has around 60 seats vacant in B.Com (Hons) and B.A.
Programme. A relaxation of
10% will be given to OBC candidates for admission into these courses.
A total of 41 seats are also vacant at Kirori Mal College in courses including
English (Hons), B.A.
(Programme) and History (Hons).
Other colleges which have vacant seats include Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma
(ARSD) College (33 seats),
Daulat Ram College (55 seats), Dyal Singh College (35 seats), Gargi College
(45 seats), Hindu College (9
seats) and Zakir Hussain College (50 seats).