B.Com.

Guidelines for Admission to B.Com

COMMERCE FACULTY:

COURSE STRUCTURE:

FIRST YEAR B.COM.
All subjects are compulsory
1. Foundation Course – I
2. Business Economics – I
3. Business Communication
4. Mathematical & Statistical
Techniques
5. Environmental Studies
6. Accounting & Financial

SECOND YEAR B.COM.
1. Foundation Course – II
2. Business Economics – II
3. Business Law
4. Commerce paper II
5. Accounting & Financial
Management Paper – II
6. Company Secretarial Pratice

THIRD YEAR B.COM.
Compulsory Subjects :
I) Commerce Paper – III     ii) Bus. Eco. III
Optional Subjects :
a) Accounts Group Paper – I, II &III  OR
b) Bus. Mgt. Group Paper – I, II & III
Applied Component (Any 2 subjects)

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the three year integrated course leading to the Bachelor of Commerce must have passed Std. XII Examination conducted by Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with the following subjects :

1)   English         (2)   Any one of the Modern Indian Languages or Modern Foreign Languages or any classical language or information technology.

3)   Any three  subjects from among the subjects mentioned below :

(i) Economics   (ii) Book- Keeping and Accountancy    (iii)   Organisation of Commerce      (iv) Co-operation.

(v) Geography    (vi)  Mathematics and Statistics   (vii)  Secretarial Practice

4)   Any one optional subject carrying 100 marks.

  1. II) Those who have passed an examination of another University/Board or Body recognised as equivalent thereto.

Duration of the course shall be spread over 3 years.

F.Y./S.Y./T.Y. B.Com.

Students should bring the following documents in original along with duly attested photocopies for verification at the time of admission:-

  1. i) Original mark sheet of H.S.C. and Leaving Certificate along with 2 photo copies for F.Y. admission.
  2. ii) Original Mark sheet of First year along with 2 photo copies for S.Y. admission.

iii)         Original Mark sheet of First year and second year along with 2 photo copies for T.Y. admission.

  1. iv) For new admission to S.Y./T.Y. (i.e. students from other colleges) —N.O.C. with enrolment details to
    be produced from the previous college.
  2. v) 2 recent passport size photographs for all classes.
  3. vi) One recent passport size photograph of parent/guardian.

vii)        Address Proof (Photocopy of Ration Card/ Electricity Bill/Telephone Bill/ Passport/ Driving License)
any one.

viii)       Caste Certificate (If applicable)

  1. ix) Physically challenged candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.

F.Y. /S.Y. Examination:

As per University Circular No.1627 of 2005 dt. 18-10-2005 common dates of commencement of F.Y.-S.Y. exams are 1st March to 20th March of every year.

Submission of University Examination Forms:

University of Mumbai has issued the circular to follow the system of permanent dates for receiving the application of candidate in examination section.

Following is the schedule of regular and repeater students for submission of examination forms.

Regular Student – Last date for submission of forms to University 30th November without late fees.

20th December with late fees.

Repeater Student – Last date for submission of forms to University 10th August without late fees.

30th August with late fees.

Rules for conduct of F.Y. & S.Y. B.Com Examinations on behalf of the university

There shall be two examinations one at the end of each term and they shall be called First Term Examination and Second Term Examination respectively. Both Term Examinations shall be of equal marks and of equal duration. The First Term Examination shall be based on the portion of the syllabus taught in First Term and the Second Term Examination shall be based on the portion of the syllabus taught in Second Term.

  1. Paper without practical Marks (50+50) = 100

First Term Examination                           Marks 50 (Duration 2 Hrs)

Second Term Examination                      Marks 50 (Duration 2 Hrs)

  1. Eligibility to appear at the additional examination:

A student who does not appear in any of the paper or all the papers, either at the First Term Examination or at the Second Term Examination on medical grounds or for representing the college University in sports, cultural activities, activities of NCC, NSS, conducted by recognized bodies competent authorities or for any other reason which is considered valid under exceptional circumstances and to the satisfaction of the Principal is eligible to appear for the additional examination.

A student who does not appear at both term examinations shall not be eligible to appear for the additional examination. A student, who could not appear for the examination due to these reasons should inform the college authorities, preferably before the commencement of the said examination with all relevant documents in original, or within 3 days of the commencement of examination, failing which he / she be forfeit the right to appear in additional examination. The student not appearing for exam on medical grounds should produce. certificate signed by civil surgeon or competent medical authority.

  1. Nature of the additional examination:

The additional examination shall be of two hours duration and of 50 marks per paper subject. The student shall appear for the paper / subject of the term examination which he / she has missed.

The passing in the subject shall be based on the aggregate of marks of the First and Second Term Examinations taken together or marks of first term examination and the additional examination taken together or marks of second term examination and the additional examination taken together.

The appearance at both term examinations, tutorial evaluation and the practical examination shall be compulsory.

In order to pass in a subject a student must secure

  1. a) A minimum of 35% marks in subject having only one paper.
  2. b) In a subject having more than one paper, a minimum of 20% marks in each paper and a minimum of 35% marks
    in aggregate.
  3. c) In case of subject with practicals, a minimum of 35% marks in practicals separately.
  4. d) Submission of project I tutorial failing which the student will be declared as failed in the subject.

Minimum 07 marks are required for passing for the project or assignment of 20 marks.

The gracing shall be carried out as per the existing Ordinances of the University. B.Com. students are to note that Examination forms of the following categories of the students will not be sent or if already sent, will be withdrawn for

  1. a) Poor attendance (As per Ordinance 119, 125, etc.) and
  2. b) Poor conduct and performance. Copying Cases:

It has been observed that some of the students use unfair means during examination. ln such cases the college authorities are compelled to take drastic action against defaulters. The degree of punishment ranges from loss of a term to total debar from the University as Prescribed under 0.5050.