Ambedkar University Announces Second Cut-Off List

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Ambedkar University Announces Second Cut-Off List

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New Delhi: Ambedkar University (AU) came out with its second cut-off list for its undergraduate courses on Thursday. And as the high cut-offs at Delhi University (DU) may have disappointed many but those who want to pursue courses in social sciences still have a chance.

The list saw a substantial dip in cut-off marks, especially for students from the city. AU, being a state university, reserves 85% of its seats for students from the Capital. So, while cut-offs for Economics saw a dip of 7% for Delhiites, other courses, such as English and Psychology, saw a dip of 6% and 4% respectively.

The response to courses in the relatively new university, however, has been better than last year. The three most popular undergraduate courses have been Economics, English and Psychology.

AR Khan, dean, student services, AU, said that courses like English, Psychology and Economics received the maximum number of application and since students are now settling in DU as well, they hope to see a better response in this list.

The third list, if any, will be declared on July 15. Khan further added that there is also some good news for those students who could not apply to the university in time. He said that this third list will also include the names of those students who couldn't apply to the university by the last date but fulfill the cut-off criteria.

The state university, which was established by the Delhi Government in 2008, has eight undergraduate courses and eight postgraduate courses in social sciences.

Credit system has been adopted by the university and an undergraduate student is required to earn 96 credits to earn a BA (honours) degree.

At the university, the undergraduate courses are flexible. Students do not start studying their major subjects until the third semester. Until then, students study basic foundation courses in English and social sciences. It gives students a chance to choose their major subjects wisely.
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