According to the second cut-off list released on Monday, all undergraduate courses at Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) are open for admission. For the most popular courses offered at the Kashmir Gate campus, the cut-off for off-beat courses at the Karampura campus has dropped by 0.5-3% — up to 13.25% points per subject.
In the first cut-off list, the AUD declared a 99.5% cut-off in psychology for non-NUCT applicants, and 98.75% for NCT candidates. The second cut-off, which was reduced to 98.5% and 98%, respectively.
Among popular courses, there is the biggest dip in math, where the cut-off is 91.25% for NCD candidates and 93.25% for non-NCD applicants. This is 3 percentage points and 2 percentage points lower than the first list, respectively.
Cut-offs for subjects such as economics (96.25%), sociology (95.5%) and English (96%) were reduced by 1 percent, 1.25 percent and 1.5 percent, respectively, for NCT applicants. For non-NCD applicants, the drop in these subjects is now 97.25% for Economics, 96.5% for Sociology and 96.75% for English with 0.5%, 1.25% and 0.75% respectively.
Similarly, historically, the cut-off has now been reduced to 95.5% for NCT candidates and 97.25% for non-NCT applicants, and 1.25% in both categories.
However, in off-beat courses such as legal politics and society, global studies and sustainable urbanization on the Karampura campus, the cut-off fall is enormous.
The cut-off for these courses was 93%, 91.25% and 85% for NCT applicants in the first list respectively, which has now dropped to 88.25%, 84.25% and 71.75% respectively. This is a fall of 4.75 per cent, 7 per cent and 13.25 per cent respectively.
As it is a state university, AUD allocates 85% of its seats to residents of NCT, Delhi. Separate cut-offs have been announced for residents and non-residents, with residents having an advantage with slightly lower cut-offs.
Admission to the second list will take place on October 12-14 and payment will be made on October 16-17. After that, the third list will be announced.