Mumbai University will most likely publish the first cut off list on its official website. Based on the cut off percentage required last year, it can be assumed that this year too, the cut off for the top courses in top colleges would fall in the range of 80-90 per cent. Experts have claimed that in light of the class 12th results this year, the cut off may rise by 1-2 per cent this year in comparison to last year.
Last year the cut off for humanities at St. Xavier's college had gone up to 94.4 per cent. For KC College Churchgate, it was 88.4 per cent. For Jai Hind college, it was 91.4 per cent and for Royal College, it was 90.6 per cent.
In case of Commerce, cut off for Narsee Monjee was 94.5 per cent, for HR College was 93.4 per cent, for Jai Hind College was 91.8 per cent, and for R A Poddar College of Commerce and Economics, it was 91.8 per cent.
There are a total of 770 colleges, institutes and university departments affiliated with the Mumbai University, making it one of the largest universities not just in India but in the world. Every year lakhs of students apply for admission to Mumbai University. Up until June 16 this year, the university had received more than 2 lakh candidates had registered themselves for admission to various under graduate courses. This year, B.Com. emerged as one of the most favored courses.
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