AUD (Ambedkar University of Delhi) has released its second cutoff list in earlier this morning, basically, the admissions of different courses go dip between 1.75 percent to 3.25 percent especially for students from outside of National Capital Region.
About the highest second cutoff list, BA (Hons) Psychology set at 98.75 percent for general category students with commerce stream from outside the NCR. For BA (Hons) Sociology, the cutoff set at 98.50 percent and BA (Hons) English, the cutoff at 94.75 percent. Now the second cutoff list is quite better for the students outside the NCR, who were staring at the ceiling of the perfect score of 100 on the first cutoff list.
If you don’t know then see more details — as, in its first cutoff list, AUD had set its highest at 100 percent for some courses. The first cutoff list which had been released last week, selected over 1,700 applicants by the college.
A perfect 253 applicants were selected for the BA (Hons) Economics in both Karampura & Kashmere Gate campuses, and 185 applicants were selected for the BA (Hons) Sociology. 404 candidates for BA (Hons) English, 240 candidates for BA (Hons) History, 122 candidates for BA (Hons) Maths, 232 for BA (Hons) Psychology, and 487 candidates for BA (Hons) Social Sciences & Humanities were selected.
Formerly known as Bharat Ratna Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, was established by Delhi Government in 2008, is a state-funded varsity. It also offered 7 undergraduate courses like in — Economics, English, History, Maths, Psychology, Social Science & Humanities, and Sociology. Moreover, in its Kashmere Gate campus, they have 245 seats, and AUD is also starting its new campus at Karampura with 200 seats this year, bringing the total of 445.