+2 second cut-off list out
Bhubaneswar: The second phase cut off mark list for admission into plus II courses has been announced by the Higher Education department today.
In science, Saraswati Vidyamandir, Neelakantha Nagar in Berhampur has emerged as the most sought after college with 90.83% followed by Ravenshaw junior College (90.5%) and BJB junior College, Bhubaneswar, (89.33%). Other top colleges are Kalinga Vision +2 science college, Bhubaneswar (87%), Upendranath College, Soro, (86.83%) and Talanagar College in Balasore district (86.17%).
Kishore Nagar junior college, Angul, topped the list in Arts stream with 86 per cent while Anandmayee Women’s college, Dahamunda in Balasore was at second place with 83.5% and Tara Tarini College, Purusottampur in Ganjam district third with 83 %. The other prominent colleges, which are in the top 10 list, are Kanpur Anchalika Mahavidyalaya, Narasinghpur in Cuttack district (81.83%), Anchalik Mahavidyalaya, Rusuda in Bolangir district (80%), Sohela junior college in Bargarh (79.33%), Nagaon Higher Secondary School in Bolangir district (78.5%).
Cut off marks of major colleges for admission into Commerce are Sri Aurobondo college, Angul (80.5%), BJB junior college, Bhubaneswar (80%), SCS junior college, Puri (77.67%),Ravenshaw junior college, Cuttack (77%), Ramadevi Women’s College, Bhubaneswar (76%), Kamakhyanagar college, Dhenkanal (75.33) and Rajadhani college, Bhubaneswar (73.67%).
Sources said students, who have successfully cleared the instant and supplementary examinations, can take part in the admission process in the second cut off list. Besides, those, who had not applied in the first phase, will also get a chance for admission.
Out of a total 4.10 lakh seats, around 2.95 lakh have been filled up in the first phase. The second phase admission to fill up the vacant seats in various colleges will start from July 28 and will continue till 30 .
BJB college, Bhubaneswar, had topped the first cut off list in science stream while some private colleges had dominated the list in Arts and Commerce streams.