Xavier’s to Mithibai: Mumbai University Opens to High Cut-offs

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The University of Mumbai on Thursday, 6 August, released the first cut-off list for admissions to undergraduate courses. Students can check the cut-off list either on mu.ac.in or on the website of the respective colleges.

St Xavier’s College, Mumbai

What is the cut-off for Arts & Commerce?

For Commerce, the cut-off for general category Maharashtra board stands at 76.92 percent, while for other boards, the cut-off stands at 94.80 percent. While for Christian students, the cut-off is 41.08 percent, for those with disability, the cut-off stands at 70.60 percent.

For Arts, the cut-off for general category Maharashtra board students is 92.00 percent, while the same for other boards is 98.60 percent. For Christians from Maharashtra board, the cut-off stands at 82.62 percent. For Christian students from other boards, the cut-off is 95 percent.

What is the cut-off for Bio & Non-Bio BSc courses?

For BSc Biological Subjects, the cut-off for students from the general category who have passed out of the Maharashtra board is 78.92 percent, while the same for those from other boards is 93.20 percent. The cut-off for Christians and Special category students stands at 55.38 and 80 percent respectively.

For BSc Non-Biological Subjects, the cut-off for students from the general category who have passed out of the Maharashtra board is 84.62 percent, while the same for those from other boards is 93.20 percent. The cut-off for Christians and Special category students stands at 55.08 and 78 percent respectively.

What about BSc IT & BMS?

For BSc IT, the cut-off stands at 94 percent. Admissions to be based on marks obtained in mathematics in class 12. While the cut-off for Christians is 68, for students with disability the cut-off is 86.

For BMS, an admission test will be conducted, which will carry a weightage of 60 percent, while board exams will carry a weightage of 40 percent. The cut-off for Maharashtra board students stands at 85.03 percent, while for other boards, the cut-off stands at 92.87

KC College, Mumbai

What is the cut-off for Commerce at KC?

For Bachelor of Commerce, the cut-off for general category students at KC College stands at 93 percent. For Sindhi students, the cut-off is 87.20 percent, and for students in other categories, the cut-off is 73.85 percent.

For Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance), the cut-off for general category students stands at 89 percent. While for Sindhi students, the cut-off is 73.38 percent, for students in other categories, the cut-off is 78.15 percent.

For Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance), the cut-off for general category students stands at 94 percent. While for Sindhi students, the cut-off is 87 percent, for students in other categories, the cut-off is 85.08 percent.

For Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) the cut-off for general category students stands at 93 percent. While for Sindhi students, the cut-off is 84.20 percent, for students in other categories, the cut-off is 87.08 percent.

What about Bachelor of Arts & BA FTNMP?

For BA, the cut-off for general category students in Psychology group is 96 percent while for those in non-psychology groups, the cut-off stands at 80 percent. For other category students, the cut-off is 70.92 percent.

For BA - FTNMP, the cut-off for general category Arts students is 90.50 percent while the same for Science students is 80.62 percent and for Commerce students is 85.50 percent. For Sindhi and other category students, the cut-offs stand at 75.08 and 75.40 percent respectively.

How High is the B.Sc Cut-off?

For Bachelor of Science, the cut-off for general category students is 80.77 percent, while the cut-off for Sindhi and other category students stands at 63.40 and 55.69 percent respectively.

For Bachelor of Science, Biotechnology, the cut-off for general category students is 86 percent, while the same for Sindhi students stands at 70.92 percent.

What is the cut-off for IT & Computer Science?

For BSc (IT) the cut-off for general category students is 72.92 percentage in boards and 80 percentage in Maths. For Sindhi students, the cut-off stands at 71.69 percentage for 12th and 60 percentage in Math.

For BSc in Computer Science, the cut-off for general category students is 80.77 percent. While the cut-off for Sindhi students stands at 63.40 percent, the same for other category students is 55.69 percent.

What are the different cut-off categories in Media Studies?

  • General Category Arts Students 94 percent

  • General Category Science 85 percent

  • General Category Commerce 90 percent

For Arts, Science and Commerce students from Sindhi Category, the cut-off stands at 83.20, 84.62 and 80.31 percent respectively.

Mithibai College

What are the cut-offs for B.Com courses at Mithibai?

For Bachelor of Commerce (CBCGS), the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 91.40 percent, followed by 82.77 percent for the Gujarati Minority category and 88.60 for students in the Other category.

For Bachelor of Commerce Hons, the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 94.20 percent, followed by 80 percent for the Gujarati Minority category and 93.60 for students in the Other category.

For Accounting & Finance (CBCGS), the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 95 percent, followed by 90.62 percent for the Gujarati Minority category and 94.80 for students in the Other category.

For Banking and Insurance (CBCGS), the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 89.33 percent, followed by 81.39 percent for the Gujarati Minority category and 88.50 for students in the Other category.

For Financial Markets (CBCGS), the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 94.20 percent, followed by 88.92 percent for the Gujarati Minority category and 94.60 for students in the Other category.

What about BA and Mass Media?

For Bachelor of Arts, the cut-off for general category students is 96. For the Gujarati Minority and Other category, the cut-off stands at 90 and 97 percent respectively.

In Bachelor of Mass Media, the cut-off is as follows:

  • Arts Students (General) - 95 percent

  • Commerce Students (General) - 93.80

  • Science Students (General) - 91.60

Is the cut-off for all science subjects the same?

For Bachelor of Science (CBCGS), the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 55.08 percent, followed by 50.15 percent for the Gujarati Minority category and 52.15 for students in the other category.

For B.Sc Biochemistry (CBCGS), the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 54.15 percent, followed by 51.54 percent for the Gujarati Minority category.

For B.Sc Biotechnology (CBCGS), the cut-off for students in the general category stands at 88.60 percent, followed by 77.23 percent for the Gujarati Minority category and 89.80 for students in the Other category.

Thakur College of Science and Commerce

  • Arts: 70.31 percent

  • Commerce: 82.60 percent

  • Science: 74.77 percent

  • FYBCOM (HON) 60.62 percent

Students who meet the cut-off will have to get all their documents verified and pay fee from the day after the cut-off till 10 August. The second merit list will be released on 11 August, and the third merit list will be released on 17 August.

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