DU's Off-Campus Colleges Getting Out Of Bounds Too
The Times of India Delhi|October 15, 2021
BA (H) Pol Science Most Sought After As Seats Filling Up Fast
Shinjini.Ghosh@timesgroup.com

New Delhi: With undergraduate admissions in Delhi University has seen a rush from the first cut off list itself, even off campus colleges have rapidly filled up the seats. In fact, several colleges have admitted more students than the seats available, with political science (H), philosophy (H) and BA (Programme) proving big attractions.

Aryabhatta College, which had pegged its cutoff for political science (H) at 96% in the first list had all its seats taken in the reserved category even before the second list was announced.

Principal Manoj Sinha said that the course saw almost three times the sanctioned strength.

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