Ambedkar University has announced the second cut-off for admission to its undergraduate courses for academic session 2015-16.
There is a marginal drop in the second cut-off list announced by Ambedkar University for admissions to its seven undergraduate courses.
For aspirants of Delhi University who are from outside Delhi and who’ve not managed to meet the sky-high cut-offs of DU, Ambedkar University is the perfect alternative.
In many courses this year, the varsity had raised its cut-offs by 5% for candidates in the General category and 15% for candidates in SC category.
Students who are not from Delhi and had Commerce background needed 100% marks in their best of four subjects in order to get admission in BA (Hons) with a major in Sociology, Psychology, English, Social Science and Humanities.
To get admission in BA (Hons) with a major in Economics, an outstation student needs to have 95% marks.
Candidates with Arts background need 90% whereas those who had Science in Class 12th need 94% for admissions. In the reserved categories, all seats have already been filled.
Candidates who belong to Delhi and had Science, Commerce and Arts in Class 12 need 90%, 91% and 86% marks respectively.
For admission in English Honours, the cut-off for Commerce students outside Delhi is 97%. For Science students, the cut-off is 96% and 92% is the cut-off for Arts.
For candidates who belong to Delhi and want admission in English Honours, the cut-off stands at 94% for Commerce, 93% for Science and 89% for Arts.
In order to be eligible for English Honours, candidates need to score at least 65% marks in English.
The cut-off for Mathematics for candidates outside Delhi stands at 85% for Arts, 89% for Science and 90% for Commerce. On the contrary, Delhi students need 78% for Arts, 82% for Science and 83% for Commerce.
In order to apply for Mathematics, candidates should have secured at least 65% marks in Mathematics.
For candidates outside Delhi, the cut-off for History stands at 84% for Arts, 88% for Science and 89% for Commerce. On the other hand, students who belong to Delhi require 77% for Arts, 81% for Science and 82% for Commerce.