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Mumbai: Commerce cut-offs rise in minority lists

mumbai Updated: Jun 16, 2013 12:03 IST
Puja Pednekar
Puja Pednekar
Hindustan Times
Mithibai College

Merit lists for the minority quota and vocational stream for NM College, Mithibai College and St Andrew’s College were released on Saturday evening. The cut-offs for the commerce vocational stream rose by 3 to 8%, and while general science cut-offs increased by 4% in one college, it dipped in the rest.

Colleges have to release their lists for in-house, minority and management quota seats before the online admission process begins. Some colleges also declared their vocational (bifocal) merit list on Saturday.

At NM College, Vile Parle, cut-offs for accounting and auditing surged from 82.91% last year to 86.73% this year, marketing and sales rose from 77.60% last year to 80.36% and travel and tourism rose from 69% to 77.64%.

The cut-off for commerce through the minority quota also increased from 88.91% last year to 89.64%. The college has quota for Gujarati language speakers.

At Mithibai College, Vile Parle, science (general), commerce and arts cut-offs rose by more than 2 to 4%. The commerce cut-off rose from 84.40% last year to 86%. Science (general) increased from 78.36% to 82.55% this year and arts also rose from 49.60% to 65% this year.

The cut-offs for vocational science at Mithibai also fell. Computer science fell from 94% last year to 91.64% and electronics dipped from 93.45% to 92% this year. The college spokesperson said this year’s first list cut-offs are lower than last year’s cut-offs in the third list.