Delhi Ambedkar University Releases First Admission Merit List | Latest Delhi News
New Delhi: Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) on Tuesday released the first set of admission thresholds for 13 undergraduate courses. In addition to the thresholds, the university has published merit lists for individual courses.
BA (Honors) in Psychology has the highest threshold at 98.75% for applicants in the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi. This is a one point increase from last year, when the highest threshold on the first list for the same course was 97.50%. For non-NCT applicants, the threshold for the BA (Honors) in Psychology is 99.5%.
For the BA (Honors) in Economics, the cut-off for NCT applicants is 97.25%, registering an increase of 1.25 percentage points from last year when the cut-off for the same course was 96.5%, registering a marginal increase of 0.75 percentage point since last year. The threshold for students from outside Delhi is 97.75%.
For the Honors Baccalaureate in Mathematics, the threshold this year is 97.25% for NCT applicants, which represents a marginal increase of more than 4 percentage points compared to last year, when the threshold was 93%. Applicants from outside of NCT must guarantee 97.75% for admission. In addition, applicants must have achieved at least passing marks in mathematics on their Class 12 exam.
The list is provisional and final admission will be subject to verification of grades and other documents required at the time of admission.
The merit list was established on the basis of grades in the best of the four subjects (including those subjects specified in the minimum eligibility criteria of the program).
In courses such as English, History, Mathematics, Psychology and Sociology, the number of students on the merit list remained between 65 and 68.
For other undergraduate courses such as Global Studies, Law and Politics, Social and Human Sciences, and Sustainable Urban Planning, the number of students in the merit list for the general category ranged from 100 to 105.
Students can apply for admissions under the first cut-off list between October 6-7, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Payment of fees must also be made during this window itself. In the list published by the university, it is stated that the physical document verification dates are subject to change and that students should keep a tab on the university’s website for any unforeseen schedule changes. The second cut-off list is expected on Friday.
The Unaffiliated Unitarian State University, which has 85% bookings for students from the National Capital Territory, has separate thresholds for Delhi students, giving them an advantage over students from other states. Besides NCT applicants, the university also has a quota for extracurricular activities and single girls.
The university offers nine bachelor’s (with distinction) programs at the Kashmere Gate campus, as well as four bachelor’s and four professional studies courses at the Karampura campus.