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Way2k 6 Oct 2012
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Cut-offs rise by 6% in Grad College
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The announcement of the first merit list for various degree college courses brought little cheer to aspirants on Friday, 8th June, 2012. Even as the cut-off in some colleges dropped by one per cent, in top colleges it continued to remain high this year too. Principals told TOI that they were surprised to see a rise of almost 4-6% in the cutoff for self-financed courses. At H. R. College, Church gate, the cut-off for the Bachelor in Mass Media (BMM) course rose to 92.7% this year from last years 86.2%.

Cut-offs rise by 6% in Grad College

The cut-off is much higher, especially for self-financed courses. The increase varies from 1% to 6% in our college, said Rekha Bahadur, vice-principal at H R College. The cut-off for Bachelor in Financial Management (BFM) course at this college rose 3% and Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS) 2%. This is not surprising as students have been scoring better in their board exams every year. We were surprised at the 10% hike in some sections, but overall, the average hike is 4-5%, said Sunil Mantri, principal at N. M. College.
Admission Anxiety
Some top city colleges have seen a 4-6 % rise in cut-off for self-financed courses from last year. In some sections, its a massive 10% this year too, courses such as BMM, BMS, BAF and BFM are in demand; at HR College, cut-off for BMM is 92.7%,up from 86.2% last year B.Com, B.A and B.Sc seats in most top colleges taken by in-house students, so very few seats left for outside students Popular science colleges are worried their admission process will take longer as students may withdraw admissions based on CET results


Courtesy: Times of India

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