The second cut-off list for undergraduate courses released by Delhi University (DU) colleges on Saturday saw eligibility scores drop marginally, between 0.2 and 1 percentage points, with seats in several popular courses like English (Hons), BCom (Hons) and Economics (Hons) still up for grabs in several colleges.

Despite the rush in most of the on-campus colleges under the first cutoff — that saw 35,500 of the varsity’s 70,000 filled — seats in the English (Hons) course are still available in sought-after colleges such as Lady Shri Ram College (98.75%), Miranda House (98.75%), Hansraj College (97.75%), Ramjas (97.25%) and Kirori Mal College (97%).

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