Admissions in BCom (Honours) is available in 30 colleges with highest cut off 99 per cent (a drop of 12 per cent) and the lowest cut off at 94.50 per cent in Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College for Woman.
The university has received a total of 1,18,878 applications under the first two cut-off lists.
A total of 99.9 per cent of admissions have already taken place in BA Political Science, BA Economics and BCom honours.
Senior political leaders such as Congress MP from Thiruvanathapuram Shashi Tharoor and CPM leader John Brittas have demanded strict action and to stop the bias against the Kerala students.
The 'invasion' of Kerala board students with perfect 100% marks cannot be considered as unplanned, Rakesh Pandey a member of RSS-affiliated teachers' body had alleged in a statement on Wednesday.
Popular north campus college such as Hindu, Ramjas and Hansraj, may not release a second cut-off list as they have filled the number of seats concerned.
Kerala students with 100 per cent grab college seats, other Delhi University aspirants left in lurch
The first day of admissions to undergraduate courses in colleges of the Delhi University saw Kerala State Education Board students with 100 per cent grabbing most of the seats.
After a gap of almost one year, the Delhi University is going to open its gates for science students to attend regular classes and practical on physical mode from August 16.
University officials present at the press conference said admission for the sports quota will be done on the basis of certificates like last year.
Every year, the varsity's colleges declare cut-offs for courses and students meeting the criteria apply to the respective colleges.