Four colleges including Janki Devi Memorial College, SGND Khalsa, SGTB Khalsa and Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, did not release the third-cut-off list in view of a Delhi High Court decision granting them minority status.

Sri Ram College Of Commerce has announced its cut-off for admissions in Economics (H) at 97.375 percent making a dip of 0.375 percent from 97.75 percent.
    
They have written to DU authorities saying as per the directive from Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee, they need time to workout the cut-offs and admission guidelines keeping in mind legality and implications of the reservations to minority students.

Daulat Ram college has kept its cut-off at 95.5 percent for Eco (H), 94 percent for English (H) and 95 percent for B Com.
    
Ramjas has announced its cut-off with a drop of 0.5 percent for B Com (H) at 96.25 percent and English (H) with a drop of 1.5 percent at 95.5 percent.
    
College of Vocational Studies and Indraprastha college of women which had announced 100 percent cut-offs for admission to Computer Science Honors have reduced the required percentage to 92.5 and 95 respectively.
    
On the other hand, Gargi College has made a major dip of 2.25 percent in English (H) announcing its cut-off at 94 percent this time.

All courses are open at Hindu college with the cut-offs for BA Programme, Economics (H), English (H), History (H), Political Science (H) and B Com (H) at 95, 97, 96.5, 96 and 97 percent respectively.

According to the university guidelines, the students need to complete admission formalities till July 7. The next cut-off list will be announced on July 9.

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