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Delhi University Releases Fourth Cut-off List For Undergraduate Courses at du.Ac.In

by Maurice A. Miller

New Delhi: Delhi University Saturday released its fourth cut-off list for admissions to diverse undergraduate publications like B.Com(Honours), BA(Honours) Economics, and technology streams.


Hindu College, Kirori Mal, Miranda House, Hansraj, and Daulat Ram faculties also have seats under BA(Honours) Economics. Hindu and Hansraj Colleges have launched reduce-offs of 97.Seventy-five and 97.25 in keeping with cent respectively. Kirori Mal and Miranda House have kept the reduce-off at ninety-seven. 25 in step with cent respectively even as Daulat Ram has pegged the marks at 95.75 according to the cent. Ramjas College nevertheless has seats below BA(Honours) Economics, the cut-off for which has been reduced utilizing simplest 0.25 in line with cent to 97.25 in line with cent. Other publications where seats are available are BA(Honours)English, BA(Honours) Hindi, BCom, BSc(Honours) Zoology.

The BSc(Honours) Zoology changed into closed for admission after the second reduce-off list. However, it is to be had at 94 in step with a cent in the fourth listing in the university. Gargi College nevertheless has seats available for the unreserved class beneath guides like B.Com, B.Com(Honours), B.Sc(Honours)Botany, B.Sc(Honours) Chemistry, BSc(Honours) Zoology, BSc Life Sciences and BSc(Honours) Statistics, BSc(Honours) Zoology, BSc Life Sciences. Kamala Nehru College has seats left for BA(Honours), BA(Honours) Journalism, and BA(Honours) Sanskrit and has pegged the scores at ninety-four.50 according to the cent, ninety-four. Seventy-five in keeping with cent and 62 according to cent respectively. Till now, 52,813 admissions have taken vicinity inside the varsity. As many as eight,433 college students have canceled admissions, and 1270 have withdrawn, the varsity stated.

Jammu: The Amarnath Yatra resumed Jammu on Sunday after an afternoon-lengthy suspension as a precautionary measure given a separatists-backed strike called on “Martyrs’ Day” inside the Kashmir valley, officials said. Since its commencement on June 28, the pilgrimage became suspended from here for the 5th time on Saturday thanks to the strike referred to as via separatist businesses. On July eight, it changed into suspended as a precautionary measure given the 0.33 loss of life anniversary of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani.

The 13th batch of seven,993 pilgrims, the largest up to now, left Jammu for the twin base camps of Baltal and Pahalgam in Kashmir, the officials stated. The pilgrims left in two convoys comprising 310 automobiles from the Bhagwati Nagar base camp under tight protection preparations early in the morning and expected to attain their destinations in the valley later inside the day, they introduced. The officials stated while 5,270 pilgrims opted for the traditional 36-km Pahalgam direction in Anantnag district, 2,723 might take the shorter 12-km Baltal track in Ganderbal district. Over 1.75 lakh pilgrims have thus far registered themselves for the forty-six-day long pilgrimages.

New Delhi: As part of the second spherical of talks associated with the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor on Sunday, India asked Pakistan to preserve a test on secessionists who may also want to misuse the corridor radicalize pilgrims crossing over. The journey in the direction of the holy cave shrine, placed at the height of three 880 meters inside the south Kashmir Himalayas, started on July 1 from each of the Baltal and Pahalgam routes. Multi-tier safety arrangements are in place for a clean and a hit behavior of the pilgrimage, scheduled to conclude on August 15. As many as 2.85 lakh pilgrims had paid obeisance at the holy cave shrine last year, even as the figures had been 3.52 lakh in 2015, three.20 lakh in 2016 and 2.60 lakh in 2017.

“Concerns regarding individuals or establishments based totally in Pakistan who may try to disrupt the pilgrimage and misuse the possibility to play with the feelings of the pilgrims were shared. A file turned into passed over to Pakistan facet to spotlight worries in the remember,” Ministry of External Affairs stated in an assertion launched on Sunday afternoon.
The Indian delegation additionally sought consular presence in Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara on the way to provide help to the pilgrims. SCL Das, joint secretary (internal protection), Ministry of Home Affairs, said that the neighboring USA confident India it received’t permit any anti-India operations to take vicinity on its soil.

“Pakistan aspect has assured our delegation in reaction to the request made that no anti-India pastime will be allowed with the aid of them,” Das changed into quoted as pronouncing through ANI. India also urged Pakistan to take into consideration the sentiments of the pilgrims “to have easy, clean, unrestricted get entry to for the duration of the 12 months” to the gurudwara. Both countries agreed to allow visa-free tours for Indians and those with Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) playing cards. “Throughout the yr, five,000 pilgrims might be allowed to go to Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara per day. The pilgrims might be allowed to travel as individuals or in corporations and additionally taking walks. Pakistan highlighted the infrastructural constraints on their side and conveyed that they’ll be able to accommodate among the Indian proposals in a phased manner,” the foreign ministry stated.

“Pakistan changed into asked to rethink its function as Kartarpur Sahib Corridor is a protracted pending demand of the pilgrims and there may be an expectation that Pakistan might be liberal in permitting more pilgrims and centers for them through this corridor,” it introduced. Both sides additionally agreed to keep a channel of conversation and paintings in the direction of the finalization of the Agreement on Kartarpur Sahib. “The technical teams might meet once more to make certain unbroken connectivity for the hall is operational in time so that the pilgrimage can begin in November 2019,” the announcement stated.

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