first_imgDU second cut-off list has been released as part of its undergraduates (UG) admission process and will be conducted from June 25 to June 27. The first cut-off was released on June 18 and the admission process based on the first list was held from June 19 to June 21.Top Delhi University colleges with vacant seatsTop colleges like the Hansraj College, Ramjas College and Indraprastha College for Women still have seats vacant in most of their courses.In terms of courses, History and Political Science among the arts, and Maths and Physics among the sciences seem to have the most number of takers.As per the DU admission schedule released by the admission committee, DU has announced the dates for five cut-off lists in total.The cut-off schedule will be announced further depending on the vacant seats available in the colleges affiliated with the varsity.Admissions after DU first cut-off listOver 15,000 admissions took place in the three days after the first cut-offs were announced on June 18. On Sunday i.e. June 25, the second cut-offs were announced but many colleges did not need to do it for several courses.Delhi University colleges after second cut-off listSRCC has closed admissions for Scheduled Castes candidates for its BA (Honours) Economics.Gargi College and Hindu College have also closed admissions for general category candidates in BA (Hons) History, BA (Hons) Political Science and BA programme.Miranda House has closed admissions for general category candidates in BA (Hons) Geography, BA (Hons) Political Science and BA (Hons) Philosophy.Ramjas College closed admissions for general candidates in BA (Honours) Hindi, BA programme and BCom.Lady Shri Ram College has closed admissions for BA (Hons) Economics, BA (Hons) Political Science, BA (Hons) History, BA (Hons) Psychology, BA (Hons) Sociology and BCom (Hons).Read:DU releases second cut-off, SRCC demands 98.25 per cent for BA (Economics)advertisementRead: Get ready for Delhi University Sports quota trials, will last till June 29last_img read more

first_imgUnited States Gulati’s No. 2 Cordeiro to run for U.S. Soccer president Thomas Floyd @thomasfloyd10 05:51 11/2/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Carlos Cordeiro USA Sascha Steinbach United States United States The federation vice president has confirmed his plans to contest his longtime colleague for the top job in February U.S. Soccer vice president Carlos Cordeiro has confirmed plans to run against longtime colleague Sunil Gulati for federation president.The former Goldman Sachs partner outlined his vision in a letter to potential voters Wednesday, calling to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup in addition to the bid to co-host the men’s tournament in 2026.Cordeiro joins Steven Gans, Eric Wynalda and Paul Lapointe in announcing his candidacy for president, with Landon Donovan reportedly considering a run as well. Gulati, who has served as U.S. Soccer president since 2006, has indicated he plans to run for a final four-year term in February’s election. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player “U.S. Soccer has achieved a lot over the last 25 or 30 years, but I think we’ve hit a plateau,” Cordeiro told ESPN.”To use a business phrase, this is a growth story. We have the best set of demographics in this country. We have a wealthy country, a country with a strong corporate base for sponsors and an amazingly strong fan base. We simply need to aim higher than we have been.”Cordeiro has proposed increasing U.S. Soccer’s budget from roughly $100 million annually to $500 million by 2027, and he wants to separate the business and technical sides of the federation by creating a general manager position that would be responsible for hiring national team coaches.Gulati has come under fire in recent weeks after the U.S. men’s national team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Having run unopposed the previous three cycles, Gulati finds himself facing his first contested election for the federation presidency.”This is not about Sunil,” Cordeiro said. “I’ve decided to take the plunge here because I think it’s about the federation and how I fit into that. Sunil has been a friend and I very much hope he will continue to be a friend.”last_img read more