Assam: Cut-off marks for B Borooah college to remain unchanged


GUWAHATI, June 21, 2018 (TNN): B Borooah College cutoff for BA courses remained unchanged as the Gauhati University-affiliated college completed admission to the undergraduate courses in Arts on Tuesday.

The cutoff score touched 83% (unreserved category) in the day shift in BA, admission to which was concluded late on Monday. For the afternoon shift in BA courses, admissions to which were held on Tuesday, the cutoff dipped marginally to 77.5% (unreserved category) this year.

The day shift cutoff in BA courses at B Borooah College was recorded at 83.6% (unreserved category) last year, whereas for the afternoon shift in BA, the cutoff score touched 78.5% (unreserved category) in 2017.

A total of 510 seats in BA were filled during admissions held for various undergraduate courses in Arts on Monday and Tuesday. College principal SN Barman said that like in BSc, the major (honours) will be offered to the students only after departmental interview, which will be held for the selected students at a later stage.
On the other hand, admissions were under way for BSc courses at Handique Girls' College till late evening, for which the cut-offs are not clear yet. But, according to sources, the cutoffs in the major courses are unlikely to go down drastically in compared with the previous year.
The two most prominent colleges in the city, B Borooah College and Handique Girls College which are affiliated to GU, where aspirants from various northeastern states are knocking the doors for a seat, apart from large number of aspirants from Assam.
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