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Minimum reserved category admission percentage not reached yet


With the release of the 4th cutoff this sunday, the Delhi university issued a directive on the implementation of reservation policy in admissions, asking all the colleges to admit reserved category students on the basis of actual intake of general students . Most of the DU colleges have barely seen any admissions under the SC/ST/OBC/PWD category.

The percentage of unreserved category students admitted were around 61.11% under second list whereas the admissions of the reserved category students were only minimum about 3 % .The percentage has now come down to 59.83%, whereas for the ST category it has gone up by 0.03% and those belonging to the EWS category have gone up by 0.05% only.

After the release of the third cutoff most of the prominent colleges of DU varsity such as LSR ,Hansraj ,Hindu , Miranda House and many others are yet to admit the EWS and ST category students. According to the bulletin of information published on www.du.ac.in the facts state that 7.5% of the students must belong to the ST category and 10% must belong to the EWS category but as compared to the mandate this time (excluding the sikh ,christian minority etc)

  • 11.67% in ST category out of 15% have been admitted
  • 21.54% in OBC category out of 27% have been admitted

Following the above data B.com tops the list of most preffered course in many colleges with 5579 students being admitted in the same accompanied by the B.com (honours) with 5,107 admissions. Meanwhile, B.A programme with around 400 combinations offered by various colleges in DU have admitted 11,532 students .

The admission marathon is still on the go , reports as per officials talk about 63,000 seats being filled up this year .The university is recently admitting the students after it’s release of the 4th cut off list, from Monday till wednesday!


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