The Mumbai University on Thursday released the first cut-off or merit list for admission to undergraduate courses on its website mu.ac.in.
According to a report in Indian Express, candidates whose names have appeared on the merit list will can get their documents verified and pay their fees by 3 pm on 10 August. The site became unresponsive an hour after the list was announced due to a heavy load, as per the report. The merit list is available in a PDF file.
A high cut-off is expected this year as the HSC or Class 12 result recorded a high pass percentage of 90.66.
Last year, the cut-off at Mithibai College of Arts was over 94 percent. At St. Xavier's college, it was 98.42 percent.
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 cut-off is 89.
At the time of verification of documents, candidates will have upload and submit their passport size photograph, scanned signature, self-attested class 10 certificate/marksheet mentioning the date of birth, self-attested Class 12 marksheet.
The registration for admission to UG courses in all the affiliated colleges of the University of Mumbai closed on 5 August.
The second merit list will be released on 11 August at 7 pm, while the third merit list will be out on 17 August at 7 pm.
How to check first cut-off
Step 1: Go to the official website of Mumbai University: mu.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the link to merit list.
Step 3: A PDF document will open on the screen.
Step 4: Download and look for cut-off.