MU Publishes 4th Merit List for Undergraduate Places | Bombay News


Colleges affiliated with the University of Mumbai released the fourth merit list for undergraduate places on Monday evening. While some of the top colleges ran out of vacancies to be allocated, several other colleges experienced higher thresholds than the previous merit list that was announced last week. Any seats that remain vacant in the colleges after this round will be allocated by the individual colleges to the students who approach them directly.

“It wasn’t really the fourth merit list but a second round of admission by the university, especially for students who missed the first round of admission because they couldn’t complete the round of admission. pre-admission registration. Since these students did not get seats in the first round (there were three merit lists), their names were on the list released on Monday evening, ”said Marie Fernandes, principal of St Andrew’s College in Bandra. She added that most of the vacant seats were allocated during this round.

Colleges like St Xavier’s in Dhobi Talao were out of seats for this round as the administration of KC College in Churchgate decided to first give a chance to students whose names were already on their previous lists but were not given a chance. were unable to complete the process due to various issues. Most of the other colleges have announced their fourth list on their respective websites.

While, according to MU’s original schedule, the third and final merit list was announced on August 17, the university announced the same day that colleges would announce a fourth list by allocating vacant seats to students who ended up register for admissions at the UG between Aug. 2 and 5 after students complained that they could not complete the enrollment process due to the lockdown imposed by Covid-19 in several parts of the state.

Students whose names appear on this list have until August 27 to complete their admissions process. After August 28, colleges will be required to post a list of vacant places in all courses, if any, and students will then have the option of opting for those places by approaching each college individually.



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