Ambedkar University: 2nd Cut-off List Announced, Marginal Dip in All Courses
Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) released the second cut-off list for admission in various undergraduate courses on October 21, 2020, on the official website.
As per the announcement by Ambedkar University, the highest cut-off was for Psychology aspirants from outside the national capital, i.e., 98.25. While candidates residing in Delhi will require 97 per cent marks for admission in Psychology (Honors).
Furthermore, for the English department, the cut-off for Delhi-based candidates is 95.25 per cent, along with 95.75 per cent for candidates living outside the national capital.
Ambedkar University Delhi Cut-off: Important Dates
The full schedule for the release of the cut-off list is mentioned below;
Second cut off list to be announced
Second cut off list admissions
October 21, 2020, to October 23, 2020
ECA Trials/Sports Trials
October 26, 2020
Third cut off list
October 26, 2020
List of recommended candidates recommended under CAA/ Sports
October 27, 2020
Third cut off list admissions
October 27, 2020, to October 29, 2020
Fourth cut off the list
November 2, 2020
Fourth cut off list admissions
November 03, 2020, to November 5, 2020
The fifth cut off list
November 6, 2020
The fifth cut off list of admissions
November 07, 2020, to November 10, 2020
Simultaneously, the cut-off for BBA Delhi-based and outside Delhi candidates are witnessed as 94.25 and 95.25 percent, respectively.
The cut-off is secured at 95.25 and 96.25, respectively, for Economics (Honors). The cut-off for other top courses such as History, Mathematics, and Sociology closes at 96 percent, 92.5 percent, and 96.5 percent, respectively.
Moreover, the first cut-off list of Ambedkar University, Delhi, was published on October 15, 2020. The cut-off is known as the minimum marks required to be eligible for seeking admission to the University.
About Ambedkar University, Delhi
Ambedkar University Delhi is a state government-run university and reserves 85 per cent of seats for candidates residing in the national capital. Separate cut-offs are released for candidates from Delhi and outside the city.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 Pandemic, the admission process is online this year.