Ambedkar University's second cutoff list released, find out how to get admission

New Delhi: Delhihas released its second cutoff list for admission to undergraduate courses at Ambedkar University in Delhi. The second cutoff list of various courses of Ambedkar University has declined by 0.5 per cent from the previous one. Tell us that Ambedkar University comes under the Delhi government, so there is a cut-off concession for delhiites.

According to statistics, more than 21,000 students have applied for admission to university undergraduate courses. 85 per cent seats in Ambedkar University have been reserved for delhi students. According to it, the cutoff for students living outside Delhi in graduate arts (honours) psychology course has come down from 99.50% to 98.50% in the second list as compared to the first cutoff list.

That is, students who are natives of Delhi need only 98 per cent marks to get admission in it. On the other hand, the BA (H) English course has a cutoff of 96% for delhiites and 96.75% for those outside Delhi. Coming to popular courses, it has seen a decline of 0.3 to 3 percent. Students desirous of admission here can view the second cut-off list on the university's official website

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