The last day to pay the fees will be October 25.
Over 51,000 candidates have already secured admissions under the two lists with colleges also over-admitting students to certain popular courses.
The Delhi University released the third cut-off on Saturday with the required marks for admission to courses seeing a decline of 0.25 per cent to 1.5 per cent and popular courses still available in colleges.
Even though the cut-offs continue to remain on the higher side, there is a glimmer of hope for students as seats are still available.
After the third cut-off, a special cut-off will be declared on October 25 for candidates who were eligible but could not or did not take admission in the earlier three cut-offs for whatsoever reasons.
According to the guidelines, the declaration of special cut-offs will be subject to availability of vacant seats in the respective programme.
The special Cut-off will be the last declared cut-off of the respective programme in a college.
“For example, if in a college, the first cut-off for B.Sc (H) Mathematics for a specific category was 98 per cent and the college did not declare second and third cut-off for the programme in that category and seats remained vacant later, then special cut-off for B.Sc (H) Mathematics for that specific category for college A will be 98 per cent,” according to the guidelines.
Candidates who have secured admission in any of the earlier three cut-off lists will not be allowed to participate in the special cut-offs.