FYJC admission 2017: St Xavier’s College’s first cut-off for BA courses was capped at 98 per cent for non-state board students. Bachelor in Accounting and Finance saw the highest cut-offs across courses, with Jai Hind College capping it at 96 per cent.
Tapping into the demand for unconventional courses and recognising the need for formal training in such fields, the University of Mumbai is now offering courses such as a Bachelor’s degree in culinary arts, transport management, etc.
Visually impaired girl fights all odds to score 90.8%. Priti’s score was not less than an achievement for her hospitalised mother, who had ferried her to and fro Khar and her school everyday. On Tuesday, her mother was undergoing a follow-up surgery for an injury suffered in a road accident two years ago.
While IIT Delhi has moved up from last year’s 185th rank to 172nd this time, the IISc has climbed up 38 places from 190th last year to occupy the 152nd spot. It is the first time in over a decade that three of the country’s universities have made it to the top 200.
The varsity will offer three undergraduate degree courses - Psychology, Sociology and Economics, on its Dubai campus, which is likely to be operational from the academic year 2018-19. A proposal for the same was passed by the university’s academic council recently, said Deshmukh.