DU Admissions 2018: Even as lakhs of students queue up for admission in Undergraduate courses Delhi University and its affiliated colleges, one thing is clear; the BA (Hons) English programme is the most preferred one among the admission-seekers. As per a report in a leading magazine, according to DU data, as many as 1,26,327 students have applied for the BA (Hons) English programme in Delhi University, followed by 1,05,818 students for BA (Pass) programme.

BA (Hons) Political Science course got 1,05,590 applicants while BA (Hons) Economics had 96,709 applicants. Vocational courses got the least number of applicants: 49,378 applicants for BA (Voc) Tourism Management, 53,207 for BA (Voc) Human Resource Management. BA (Hons) Applied Psychology was the third least popular with 57,584 applicants.

Going by the cut-offs announced by St Stephen’s College, it appears that the cut-off for Humanities and Commerce stream courses will increase for other Delhi University colleges as well and may remain same or decrease marginally for Science courses. The varsity threw open its admission portal on May 15 and the registration ended on June 7. DU has announced that five cut-off lists will be released. Over three lakh students had registered for about 55,000 seats in undergraduate courses. A university official as 2,78,544 aspirants had made the payments as well.