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University of Mumbai: High Cut-offs In The Third List Is A Source Of Student Concern

June 25
18:03 2019

The cutoffs for traditional courses such as the BCom and BA and self-financed courses (Bachelor of Financial Markets, Bachelor of Accounting and Finance, Bachelor in Mass Media, Bachelor in Management Studies, Bachelor in Banking and Insurance, etc.) the cut-off remained over 90 percent.

Following last year’s trend, many people in Mumbai’s famous universities were worried about the third and final cut-off list for university graduates. The cut-offs were maintained in the 90 percent for traditional training sessions such as BCom and BA, as well as for self-financed courses(bachelor’s degree in finance, bachelor’s degree in accounting, mass mass media, Bachelor in management, Bachelor’s degree in banking and insurance etc.). However, the breaks have gone on for BSC.

In the years leading to a strong cutoff, the open category, with fewer places in the arts, has grown in demand. DG Ruparel and Ruia have reduced seat rankings and pushed cuts in the open group to higher by introducing the Maratha quotable and EWS (economically weaker segments).

The head of Rajendra Shinde St Xavier’s College told not to expect a third art list. In the second round, only five students were allowed.

The science cut-offs for BMM, BMS and other self-financed courses related to computer science, IT, accounting, finance, and banking are markedly higher than those for pure science subjects like physics, mathematics, chemistry, and biology.

This year, approximately 2.8 lakh applicants have applied to graduate schools. So far there have been over 8.6 lakh requests submitted.

Author: Sarita K.

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