Rajasthan University Admission 2021: The application process for admission to the colleges of Rajasthan University has been completed. The last date for online application has ended on 23rd August. Now all the colleges will release the cut-off list. Candidates are waiting for the cut-off to get admission. According to the information, the first cut-off list (Rajasthan University’s 1st cutoff list) will be released on 03 September.
The first cut-off list will be released for graduation in the four constituent colleges of Rajasthan namely Maharaja, Maharani, Commerce, and Rajasthan College. Let us tell you that more than 48000 forms have come for graduation. Let us tell you that there are a total of 7000 seats in Under Graduate Courses (Rajasthan University UG Course).
Cut off on the basis of 12th Marks
The cutoff list will be released on the basis of 12th marks. Admission will be done on the basis of this. In the meeting of the Central Admission Board held in the university, it has been decided that in the case of students who have equal marks, the 10th marks will be seen. And if marks are the same in the 10th also then age will be seen. The one who is older in age will be placed higher in merit.
Chance to submit documents
In the new admission by the Central Admission Board of Rajasthan University, students who have not been able to submit the documents or file forms on the web portal even after depositing the fees. Only those students have been allowed to make amendments on the website of Rajasthan University till August 25 and 26.
According to the Rajasthan University Admission Board, the first merit list for admission will be released on September 3. Students appearing in the first merit list will have to deposit the fees from September 6 to 8. After this, the second merit list for the vacant seats will be released on September 13. Students appearing in the second list will have to deposit the fees from September 14 to 16. After that, if there is seat availability So in such a situation, the third admission list will be issued in the constituent colleges of the four, whose program can be issued later by the university administration.