With Delhi university has let out the second cut off list for the 2019 admissions into its colleges, the percentages in cut offs has taken a dip in several colleges for the category of EWS category students. As per some trusted sources, the cut off has fallen by one percent for the economically weaker section in some top colleges of the Delhi university. The second cut off list was out on 3rd of July 2019. Most of the top colleges have shut their doors on the admission but there are some colleges opened some seats for the economically backward people.
Several reports from the media suggest that the cut offs for the reserved category and economically backward category is much lower than the cut offs allotted for the general category. The dip took place only after the one student too admission for seven courses and then dropped off six courses. As per the reports, over 3 lakh students registered for admissions process and fee payment. Candidates are requested to carry the documents which is mandatory as it will be verified during the process. We wish all the students a best of luck towards their growth in their own career.