The third merit and cut-off lists for undergraduate admissions to colleges and courses under Mumbai University were released on Monday, 24 June.The document verification can reportedly be done up till 5 pm on 25 June, while fees can be paid from 25 to 27 June.The first and second merit and cut-off lists were released on 17 June and 20 June respectively.MU officials said that 2,62,128 students submitted their applications online, according to The HinduMU had received 7,83,896 applications in all for its various degree courses, according to the daily(The Quint will no longer be on WhatsApp, owing to changes in its policies regarding news publishers. You can now get the latest news updates on our Telegram channel. For handpicked stories every day, subscribe to us on Telegram.)The first merit list 2019 will carry the minimum marks at which candidates will be called for the document verification process. The list will be determined based on the marks secured by candidates in their qualifying examination. The dates for candidates to appear for the document verification process at the different colleges will be mentioned in the list.Passport size photographScanned signature of the applicantSelf-attested class 10 mark sheet, for date of birthSelf-attested class 12 mark sheetSC/ST/PwD/KM/OBC CertificateSelf-attested copies of sports and ECA certificatesEXS Certificate issued by SDM certifying the applicantCommerce and Science stream emerged as the most preferred courses with B. Com (Accounts and Finance) having 73,888 applications and B.Sc having 57,849 applications, according to a report in The Hindu.A spokesperson of the MU said that there are:55,907 applicants for Bachelor of Arts (BA).51,097 applicants for Bachelors of Mass Media (BMM).The first merit list for undergraduate admissions to colleges under Mumbai University has reportedly been released.The affiliated colleges began putting up the lists on their websites on the evening of Monday, 17 June.St Xavier’s College has released its merit lists for FYBA and FYBSc courses. Find them here and here.Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics has released its merit lists for various courses. Find them here.KJ Somaiya Degree College of Arts and Commerce has released the first merit list for various courses. Find them here.Speaking to The Quint, Maharashtra state board student and FYBSc applicant at St Xavier's College Meghna Vinodan said, "I think the management has chosen the cut-off very wisely, because for other boards (other than HSC) it's different according to the scores and the percentages that board students have scored overall. And for HSC board, they've kept it at 78 percent, which is nice, because this year the HSC board results were dipping."The second merit list for the various courses at St Xavier’s College can be checked here.The cut-off for FYBA Admissions at St Xavier's College in the second merit list is 92 percent for HSC and 98 percent for Others in the General category under Arts.Meanwhile, for FYBSc Admissions, the second cut-off for the general category is as follows:Biological SubjectsHSC (Science): 70.15 percentOthers: 85 percentNon Biological SubjectsHSC (Science): 70 percentOthers: 87 percentThe third merit and cut-off lists for undergraduate admissions to colleges and courses under Mumbai University were released on Monday, 24 June.However, no third list was released for BA and BSc courses in St Xavier's College, and BA in open category at Ruia College, reported The Indian Express."While the trend remains the same as last year, the cut-offs for BSc has dipped in most colleges. Since the courses in general have increased, the interest towards pure sciences has become less," St Xavier's principal Rajendra Shinde was quoted by the daily as saying.