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Mumbai University First Merit List 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Check college-wise cut-off

Mumbai University Admission First Merit List 2020 @mu.ac.in HIGHLIGHTS: The first merit list can be checked at mu.ac.in. Check cut-off college-wise

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 11, 2020 5:38:09 pm
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Mumbai University First Merit List 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The Mumbai University released the first cut-off or merit list for admission to undergraduate courses today. Students can check the details at the official website – mu.ac.in as well as on the websites of the respective colleges.

Those who match the cut-off will have to get their documents verified and pay their fees from the next day onwards. The final date to get the documents verified is on August 10 (up to 3 pm). The second merit list will be released at 7 pm on August 11 and the same procedure of verification and payment will be followed till August 17 (up to 3 pm). The third merit list will be released on August 17.

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This year, the cut-off is expected to go high as the HSC or class 12 result recorded the highest pass percentage at 90.66 per cent, a significant jump of 4.78 per cent from last year. Last year, the cut-off at Mithibai College of Arts was over 94 per cent, while at St. Xavier’s college, the cut-off stood at 98.42 per cent for other boards, 92.31 per cent for HSC Open.

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The merit list can be downloaded from the website- mu.ac.in. Click on the merit list. A pdf file will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

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Mumbai University First Merit List 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Cut-off, admission process, top colleges details 

18:28 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Narsee Monjee College BMS cut-off

Narsee Monjee College BMS cut-off for science students is 91.8%, for arts students, it is 93.8%, for those from commerce the cut-off will be 96.2% and for diploma holders it is 92.83%

18:17 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics BCom cut-off rises by 1%

For admission to BCom in Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, the cut-off is 94.33%. This is a hike of 1% from last year when the cut-off was 93.33%.

18:15 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Amrutben Jivanlal College of Commerce and Economics cut-off

18:13 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Amrutben Jivanlal College of Commerce and Economics

14:37 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Thakur College of Science and Commerce

13:09 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Xavier's college - BMS cut-off

The admission to BMS will be based on the entrance exam with a weightage of 60% and 40% weightage will be given in class 12. For students belonging to other boards, the cut-off will be 92.87% and for Maharashtra Board, the cut-off will be 85.03%. For students with disabilities (SWD) the cut-off will be 78% and for the special category, the cut-off will be 89.68%. For Christians from Maharashtra board, the cut-off will be 76.15% and for Christians applying from boards other than Maharashtra state, the cut-off will be 78.80%.

12:56 (IST)06 Aug 2020
St Xavier's College - BSc IT cut-off released

BSc IT admissions 2020-21 for St Xavier's College, Mumbai will be on the basis of marks obtained in mathematics in class 12. The cut-off stands at 94. For Christians, it is 68 and students with disability the cut-off is 86. For special category, the cut0off remains 89.

12:48 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Students, parents worried as merit list not visible to many
12:36 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Students angry as website not working

Over an hour after announcing the merit list, the Mumbai University website is not working properly. Students who anger over twitter

12:28 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Best colleges in Mumbai

Among the top 100 colleges in India, two were from Mumbai -

Rank 62 - College of Social Work Nirmala Niketan
Rank 90 - St. Xavier`s College

12:23 (IST)06 Aug 2020
MU at 65th spot across India

In the recently released NIRF ranking, Mumbai University was ranked at 65th best university across India. The top 5 ranks were taken by Indian Institute of Science, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Banaras Hindu University, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, and Jadavpur University, respectively. The admission process of all these universities is also open.

12:14 (IST)06 Aug 2020
How to check merit list?

Students can also go to the websites of different colleges affiliated to the Mumbai University and check the cut-off for those colleges.

11:55 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Not getting in through first list?

In case a student does not get through in the first list or does not get a college or course of choice in it, they can wait for the second and third lists. The second merit list will be released on August 11, and the third merit list on August 17.

11:42 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Site unresponsive

The first cut-off list is out but the site has gone unresponsive. Many students are not able to see the list due to heavy load. This year, due to the pandemic, digital is the only mode by which the cut-off lists will be available.

11:22 (IST)06 Aug 2020
What was the cut-off last year

Last year, at Mithibai College, the cut-off for BA programme was 95.24 per cent. The Poddar College, Matunga has demanded 94 per cent for B.Com (Hons) course. For Arts and Science programme, the cut-offs are 86.31 per cent and 89.80 per cent.

10:52 (IST)06 Aug 2020
First Merit List to be released at 11 am

The first merit list for undergraduate admission will be relased at 11 am. The candidates can check the list through the website- mu.ac.in.

10:38 (IST)06 Aug 2020
How to apply for marksheet

In case the marksheet has not been issued by the Board, a self-attested copy of the marksheet downloaded from the respective Board’s website should be uploaded). (100-500 kb in size for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format).

10:32 (IST)06 Aug 2020
Documents required

Passport size photograph of the applicant, Scanned signature of the applicant, Self-attested class 10 certificate/mark sheet containing date of birth, Self-attested class 12 mark sheet SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM Certificate, OBC certificate in the name of the applicant issued on or after March 31, EWS Certificate issued by SDM certifying the applicant can claim reservation under this category, dated March 31, 2019 or later Self-attested copies of sports and/or ECA certificates

10:29 (IST)06 Aug 2020
How to check merit list

The merit list can be downloaded from the website- mu.ac.in. Click on merit list. A pdf file will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

10:14 (IST)06 Aug 2020
A new centre for research on economy

The varsity recently announced a new centre for research on economy on the 100th foundation day of Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy (formerly economics department) on August 1. The varsity received a fund of Rs 5 crore to establish the centre by Dr S A Dave, alumni and former chairman of United Trust of India

Mumbai University First Merit List 2020 Mumbai University First Merit List 2020: Check merit list at mu.ac.in. File Photo

Mumbai University First Merit List 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The third, which also can be called the final merit list will be released at 7 pm on August 17. The verification and payment procedure for the same will continue till August 21 (up to 3 pm).

The colleges have been directed to provide the enrolled candidates with a provisional admission certificate, which will be confirmed later when the candidate submits a hard copy of the mark-sheet and all other necessary documents later.