GCG declares merit list for three new courses

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Ludhiana
  • Updated: Jul 22, 2014 19:53 IST

The Government College for Girls (GCG) has declared the merit list for three new courses MCom, post graduate diploma in computer applications (PGDCA), and MSc information technology on Tuesday.

Admissions for the three courses will be conducted on Wednesday at 9am on the GCG campus.
The cut off in the general category for MCom is 87.46% and 69.61% for the scheduled caste (SC) category. The cut off in the general category for PGDCA is 61.46% and 51% for the SC category.

In MSc information technology (IT), the cut off is 69.92% for the general category and 50.2% for the SC category. There are 30 seats each in MCom and MSc IT and 40 seats in the PGDCA programme.

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