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The cut-off for commerce students vying for BMS seats ended at 93.4% this year at N. M. College 2% more than last year. At R. A. Podar College in Matunga, the merit list was higher this year in some courses but, surprisingly, lower in some others. There is a definite increase in the percentage cutoff for B.Com, which has risen by 2%,but the BMS cut-off for Science and Arts streams has fallen by 1%.Students have lined up for our B.Com seats but we had very few seats left since most of our in-house students continue with us, said Shobhana Vasudevan, principal at the college.
Vasudevan added that only 28 % of the remaining seats were available for students in the open category while the rest were divided amongst various quotas. While students are happy with the early announcement of MH-CET results this time, principals of colleges are worried that more and more students will start withdrawing their names before confirming admissions with them. Our cut-off for B.S c (IT) has increased by 2% but most of these students must have got their CET results, so they will surely not take our seats.This creates a lot of problem for us as we end up wasting a lot of our time, said Tushar Desai, principal at D. G. Ruparel College, Matunga. He further said that in some cases, students don’t even bother to inform the college about withdrawing their admission and confirm seats with other engineering or medical colleges. Most college heads were sure that the cut-off will come down by the third list. Students apply to more than five colleges at a time but choose only one seat in the end. Seats will be available for the remaining students in all colleges so they shouldn’t be disheartened, said the principal of a suburban college.
Courtesy: Times of India
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