WITH THE first phase of centralised BCom counselling over, city colleges have released the cut-offs for various other undergraduate courses.
Counselling for these courses will start from July 7.
With 120 seats in BBA, DAV College, Sector 10, was the first to release the cut-offs, which stood at 92.2 per cent. According to college officials, BBA is emerging as the second best option for students after BCom. The college has received as many as 1,500 applications for 120 seats of BBA.
At GGDSD College, Sector 32, the cut-off was 92.4 per cent for BBA. The college has received 2,000 applications for 120 seats.
Among other courses, the cut-off for BCA at DAV College was recorded at 82.2 per cent and the number of seats available are 120. For BSc Bio-Informatics, the cut-off stood at 72 per cent while for BSc Bio-technology (Hons), the cut-off was 89 per cent. There are 120 seats in each of the two courses.
- On offer in city: 16,100 seats across colleges and courses
- BCom admission Application intake to start from June 3
- After Round I, most seats taken in Chandigarh colleges
- Counselling at Panjab University: High cut-offs force students to shift to various courses
- Panjab University affiliated institutes: Counselling in government colleges on July 7
- Admissions in PU: BCom most popular
The college also released the cut-off for BSc, which was recorded at 75 per cent. As many as 2,300 applications were received for 800 seats of BSc.
Both DAV College, Sector 10, and GGDSD College, Sector 32, released the cut-offs for BA as well. While the cut-off was 79.1 per cent for DAV College, it was above 70 per cent for GGDSD College, Sector 32.
All the other city colleges affiliated to Panjab University will release their cut-offs on July 6 and the counselling process will begin from July 7. The merit list and the schedule for counselling will be uploaded on the website of the colleges.
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