Various colleges under Mumbai university are likely to encounter a hike in cut-offs this year. The increase in the cut offs is due to the increased number of toppers and students with high scores and the limited intake at the colleges. In this scenario the colleges are left with no option but to raise the cut-offs.
Increase in Overall Marks Scored by Students of Class 12
The students securing above 90% this year in Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) have gone up to 11,509 from 9,500 in 2013.
What does Principals have to say about the High Cutoffs?
The various colleges which include JAI HIND college, HINDUJA college had its respective principals to say about the cut-offs to be released. According to JYOTI THAKUR, vice principal of jai hind college “the list do not vary very much because of CBSE and ICSE percentages. Principal of HINDUJA COLLEGE , TUKURAM SIWARE , states cut-off of this year won’t be the same as last year and are expected to increase to 2%-3% due to better results scored by students of class 12.
However, there is also a different statement from principal of RIZWI college, Bandra, M.Z FAROOQUI, who states that the cut-offs increase every year a little, this year too, the cut-off will increase a little.
Online Application Process for Mumbai University
The online application process for Mumbai University started on Wednesday. There will be an online admission process and students has to choose courses and colleges they want to enroll . A students ca choose at the maximum 60 colleges while filling up the Online Pre Admission Registration form for Mumbai University. The First cut-off was released by Mumbai University on June 19, 2014. The Last date for filling online application form has been extended upto June 27, 2014 for the colleges where seats have remained vacant after the declaration of various merit lists
The process will go on smoothly ,states N.V CHARAN, deputy of school education. Colleges have also started admissions under various quotas and over 25,000 students applied to various courses on the first day of the Admission Process.
Admission for Minority Quotas
JAI HIND COLLEGE, distributed 300 coupons on the first day of admission day under minority quota. The Coupon gave students an id to log on to the college website and access to application form. The college has 635 seats under minority quota across three streams.
The Admission Process for Mumbai University will end on July 27,2014.