Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) on Wednesday released its first cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses, according to media reports.
The university, which reserves 85 percent seats for students from the National Capital Territory (NCT), has released two lists: One for NCT candidates and the other for non-NCT candidates, according to News18.com.
The report added that non-Delhi aspirants changing streams will still have to meet the 100 percent marks criteria in history, sociology and psychology, making it extremely difficult for students from outside NCT to secure a seat.
The cut-offs for students from NCT — separate for science, commerce and arts streams — have been set between 88.75 and 93.75 percent in economics and 88 and 93 percent for mathematics, lower than in most Delhi University colleges, according to News18.com.
The state university had decided to do away with the cut-off system in 2016, and in keeping with the new rules, released only a merit list of students on Wednesday, The Indian Express reported.
The Hindu reported that this year, the Karampura campus of the college has introduced BVoc courses in Early Childhood Centre Management and Entrepreneurship, retail management and in tourism and hospitality.
The report also said that AUD will release its second list on 10 July, the third on 14 July and the fourth list on 18 July.
Classes for the next session will begin from 1 August.
Published Date: Jul 06, 2017 11:35 am | Updated Date: Jul 06, 2017 11:36 am