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Mumbai University UG admissions 2021: Here’s college wise cut-off

Mumbai University UG admissions 2021: The candidates can check the list through the website- mu.ac.in as well as on the websites of the respective colleges.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: August 21, 2021 3:22:46 pm
mumbai university, mumbai university admissions 2021, mumbai university UG admissions,Online verification of documents and online payment of fees along with the declaration form or undertaking will begin on August 18 and will go on till August 25 at 3 pm. (Representational Image/File)

Mumbai University UG admissions 2021: Mumbai university released the first merit list for undergraduate (UG) admissions for various courses on August 17. The candidates can check the list through the website- mu.ac.in as well as on the websites of the respective colleges. The list was released at 11 am today.

St Xavier’s College has listed 98 per cent for HSC Arts. KPB Hinduja College of Commerce has released the merit list for various courses. For BMS, the cut-off for commerce, science and arts is 93 per cent, 85.50 per cent and 83.67 per cent, respectively.

The cut-off for BAF is 91.50 per cent and for BFM it is 91.33 per cent. The cut-off for BCom (regular) is 90.33. The cut-off for BSc-IT is 85 per cent.

Guru Nanak Khalsa College released the first merit list for various cases. For BMS, the cut-off for commerce, science and arts is 89.5 per cent, 85.17 per cent and 78.17 per cent, respectively for open and reserved category. For Diploma students, the overall cutoff is 81.19 per cent. The cut-off for B.Com. in banking and finance is 88.33% for open and reserved category while 59.60 for Sikh minority.

UPG College or Arts, Science and Commerce also released the cut-off for various courses. For BMS, the cut-off for commerce, science and arts is 95 per cent, 92.50 per cent and 92 per cent, respectively. For BAMMC course the cut-off for arts is 91.67 per cent, Commerce is 91.60 per cent and for Science is 89.60 per cent.

Mumbai University Admission 2021: How to check merit list

Step 1: Visit the official site of MU on mu.ac.in.

Step 2: Click on Mumbai University Admission 2021 link available on the home page.

Step 3: Enter the login details and click on submit.

Step 4: The first merit list will be displayed on the screen.

Meanwhile, Thakur college of science and commerce has also released the cut-off for UG admissions. The cut-off for B.Com. (H) is 79.33 per cent,for BMS is 86.33 per cent and for BSc IT is 83.83 per cent.

Wilson College also released the first merit list and the cut-off for FY BA is highest at 94 per cent, followed by FY B.COM at 90.33 per cent and B.Sc at 83.2 per cent. For BAMMC course the cut-off for arts is 94.67 per cent, Commerce is 95.2 per cent and for Science is 93.6 per cent.

For admissions to Jai Hind college in first merit list a students should have a minimum of 96.20 per cent for BA course, 93 per cent for B.Com and 75 per cent for B.Sc.

Ramanarain Ruia Autonomous College first merit list was released in the evening. As per the list, the cut-off for BA English Commerce and BA English (Arts) at 96.4 per cent, while for BA English (Science) it is 94.83 per cent. For BSc IT the cut-off is 95 per cent and for BSc Biotechnology is 96.8 per cent.

Students who had submitted the admission forms along with pre-admission enrolment forms by August 14 will be eligible to go ahead in the admission process. The online verification of documents and online payment of fees along with the declaration form or undertaking will begin on August 18 and will go on till August 25 at 3 pm.

The second merit list will be released on August 25, 2021, at 7 pm after which online verification and online fees payment will take place from August 26 to 30 up to 3 pm. Finally, the third merit list will come out on August 30, 2021, and the online document verification and fees payment will be available from September 1 to September 4, 2021.

In 2019, at Mithibai College, the cut-off for BA programme was 95.24 per cent. The Poddar College, Matunga had demanded 94 per cent for BCom (Hons) course. For Arts and Science programme, the cut-offs were 86.31 per cent and 89.80 per cent.

 

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