Ambedkar university announces 2nd cut-off list, marginal dip in all courses – education
Delhi Ambedkar University (AUD) released its second cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses on Wednesday, the highest limit being 98.25 percent for Psychology for applicants from outside the national capital.
Candidates from Delhi will need a 97 percent grade for admission in Psychology (Honors).
For English, the limit for candidates based in Delhi is 95.25%, while candidates from outside the national capital need 95.75%.
Similarly for BBA, the cutoff for Delhi-based and non-Delhi-based candidates is 94.25 and 95.25 percent, respectively. For Economics (Honors), the limit is set at 95.25 and 96.25, respectively.
AUD is a university run by the Delhi government and reserves 85% of seats for candidates from the national capital and announces separate courts for candidates from Delhi and out of the city.
The limit for other popular courses such as History, Mathematics, and Sociology is 96%, 92.5%, and 96.5%.
The admissions process is online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.