Like the first round, Bokshi Jagbandhu Vidyadhar (BJB) Autonomous College, Bhubaneswar also topped the cut-off mark list of various subjects in the second round. There are 2,49,539 seats in 1,022 degree colleges in the state. This year, 2,44,252 students have applied for UG admission as against 2,13,959 students last year.
In the second round, 21,584 female students, 19,024 male and three third gender students were selected. 1,68,537 students were selected for the first round. They will be admitted between 2nd September to 2nd September. The final information of the admitted students will be uploaded between 24th September to 2nd September.
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The BJB Autonomous College topped the cut-off mark list for 22 subjects in five sections. It has set 95.17 per cent in Physics Honors subject as against 93.4 per cent last year. It set a cut-off number of 95 percent in zoology and 92.8 percent in botany.
The college ranks 13th out of 30 subjects in the arts, four subjects (mathematics, physics, chemistry and statistics) in physical science, two subjects (botany and zoology) in biology, two subjects (biotechnology and computer science) in self-financing streams and commerce. A in the stream.
In addition, other colleges include FM Autonomous College Balasore has set a .5.5 per cent cut-off mark for Hindi. Khalikot Autonomous College Berhampur (Anthropology), Rama Devi Women’s University (Computer Science), Shailbala Women’s Autonomous College Cuttack (Library Science and Home Science) and Narsinghpur Degree College (Education) top the cut-off list.
“To fill the vacancies, the higher education department will issue guidelines later,” said Rajesh Kumar Sahu, deputy director of the department’s performance tracking cell.
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