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First merit list of undergraduate courses to be released by Mumbai University today

Mumbai city news: Wednesday was the last day for interested students to register themselves and submit admission forms to various colleges of their choice.

mumbai Updated: Jun 22, 2017 13:56 IST
Shreya Bhandary
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The first merit list for undergraduate (UG) degree courses will be released by the University of Mumbai (MU) at 5pm today. Principals are expecting higher cut-offs compared to last year, especially since most of the class XII boards have done well this year.

“Students whose names appear in the first merit list need to visit the respective college to submit all necessary documents and payment of fees in order to confirm admission,” states a circular released by MU recently.

About 3.31 lakh students had finished their pre-admission enrolment through online registration on the MU website and the number of applications for various undergraduate courses had reached 9.9 lakhs this year. Wednesday was the last day for interested students to register themselves and submit admission forms to various colleges of their choice.

Only those students who submit their online registration number along with admission forms to respective colleges will be eligible for admission. MU extended its student registration deadline for undergraduate admissions by a few days this year. June 16 was supposed to be the last date, but with students still finishing the process, MU officials decided to extended pre-admission enrolment and submission of filled admission forms to individual colleges till 5pm on June 21.

While the three rounds of admissions by MU will continue till July 3, colleges will be allowed to sell admission forms once again post July 4 for the remaining vacant seats at their respective institutes. “This round of admissions will be handled by colleges, so students will have to directly contact the institute,” said a circular released by MU.