New Delhi: Once considered as top-notch courses in Delhi University, B.Com Honours and B.A. Economics Honours, are finding hard to attract admissions. Top colleges like Hindu, Lady Shri Ram, Miranda House, Ramjas and Kirori Mal have witnessed less takers for the Commerce course while the Arts courses like B.A. in English, Political Science and History have witnessed a rise. According to the faculties in different colleges, B.A. Political Science Honours has been a break out course, but the lack of interest among students for the Commerce course like B.Com Honours and B.A. Economics Honours has come as a shock for many. While some credit the lack of interest to the high cut-offs, many believe that aspiration of the civil services has a big factor for the students to choose Arts courses. In almost 93 seats available for the students to apply in B.Com Honours and B.A. Economics Honours in the Kirori Mal College, the college received only 8 enrolments in the first while the exact number of enrolments in the B.Com honours was not available.