Procedure for calculation of 'Best Four' subjects percentage for Honours Programmes:
One Language from Part 1 of List C1 + three best subjects out of Part 2 of List C1.
One Language from Part 1 of List C1 + any combination of subjects out of Part 2 of List C1, List C2 or any other subject (not listed either in List C1 or List C2). In such a case, the deduction of marks from aggregate percentage of ‘Best Four’ shall be as follows:
For every subject included from List C2, a deduction of one percent in aggregate percentage of ‘Best Four’;
For every other subject (not listed either in List C1 or List C2), a deduction of 2.5% per subject in aggregate percentage of ‘Best Four’
All subjects to be included in the calculation of ‘Best Four’ must have at least 70% theory component of examination. In case the subject to be considered does not have at least 70% theory component, then the marks obtained in theory and practical shall be converted to 70% and 30% respectively, on pro rata basis. The marks so arrived at will then be considered for calculation of ‘Best Four’.
- The applicant must have studied and passed Mathematics/Business Mathematics at the qualifying examination for admission to B. Com. (Hons.).
- The computation of ‘best four’ subjects in the above framework should lead to an effective and unique ‘best four’ which would be higher than any other combination of ‘best four’ subjects.
Admission Procedures and General Guidelines for Admission:
- College follows the admission guidelines, schedule and criteria as notified by the University of Delhi. For the academic year 2017-18, candidates from all the categories must be registered centrally through online facility of the University of Delhi for the courses available in the College.
- College will announce cut-offs for candidates of all the main categories (Gen/OBCs/SCs/STs/PwD) for B.Com (Hons.) and B.A. (Hons.) Economics separately as per the notified schedule of the University of Delhi for Undergraduate admission in academic session-2017-18.
- All the registered candidates meeting the cut-offs will be given admission after satisfactory verification of requisite documents required for admission. Therefore 'First Come First Serve' criteria will not be applicable for admission.
- Candidates who have missed their admission deadline of their cut-offs will be given chance of admission only on the last day of admission schedule of the subsequent cut-offs provided seats are left unfilled. Reservation for PwD candidates is 5% of total sanctioned seats for B.Com (Hons.) and B.A. (Hons.) Economics separately.
- Certificate of physical disability issued by Chief Medical Officer/Civil Surgeon of district or any government hospital authorized to give such certificate under the provision of PWD Act 1995 will be considered for admission. In case of any query the candidate may refer to http://www.ccdisabilities.nic.in
- The reservation for wards of Kashmiri Migrants is 5% of total sanctioned seats for B.Com (Hons.) and B.A. (Hons.) Economics separately subject to 10% concessions in the cut-offsof general category in each case.
- Benefits of reservation for candidates from reserve categories (SCs/STs/OBCs/PwD/Kashmiri Migrants and others) will be available only after production of original copy of relevant certificates which should be available in the name of candidates at the time of admission.
- All those candidates under the categories of Armed Forces/ Sikkimese/Kashmiri Migrants/PwD if want to be considered in any other category such as SCs, STs or OBCs then they must have registered their names separately in the respective category.
- Candidates seeking admission in B.Com (Hons.) and B.A. (Hons.) Economics under the Armed Forces, Nepalese, Bhutanese, Sikkimese, Kashmiri Migrants, Sports and Foreign categories must have registered online with the University of Delhi in their respective categories. Their admission to the College will be based on the norms of University of Delhi.
- The benefit of reservation in the OBCs category is available to only candidates of those castes which are mentioned in the state-wise list of the Government of India. Certificate of OBCs must contain status of Non-creamy layer and should be latest as per the governing law of the Government of India.
- For admission under sports category, the candidates must fill a separate sports admission form after having selected under sports quota in the College. The admission under sports quota will be governed by the admission criteria of the University of Delhi.
- No student will be allowed to take admission in two courses/Colleges simultaneously. In case, they are found to be admitted in two courses/Colleges simultaneously, the admission in all courses/Colleges will be cancelled.
- All the original certificates of the candidates seeking admission in the College need to be submitted in original with the College which will be returned after expert and legal verification.
- In case of cancellation of admission of any candidate in any course in the College students will be promptly returned their certificates to facilitate their migration to other College and course. After the cancellation of the admission the students will be refunded the fee by the College.
Mode of Fee Payments at the Time of Admission in the College
The selected students of all the categories for admission in the College are supposed to make payment of College fee of Rs. 15000 through the website of the University of Delhi before till 12:00 noon of the next day of the given admission list deadline.
Criteria for Sports Admission in Undergraduate Courses as per the Notification of the University of Delhi
All candidates willing to take admission under sports category must get registered online on the website of University of Delhi.
The College will notify the actual number of seats under Sports Quota (supernumerary) and requirement of sportspersons in different Sports/Games along with the respective position/ on its College Website and Notice Board well in advance. The same would be notified on the University of Delhi Website. There are two categories of sports admission as mentioned below.
Admission on the Basis of Sports Trials
The criteria for marking of sports certificates display marks for different levels of position and/ or participation in various sports competitions are available at the website of the University of Delhi.
- Sports Certificate of Invitational / Memorial / Open / Prize Money League / Ranking competitions will not be considered.
- Only the highest Sports Certificate will be considered for Marking.
- Sports Certificate of only preceding three years will be considered from 22nd May 2014 to 21st May 2017.
- The level of competency of the applicant will be determined for those who have achieved distinction only during the preceding three years in those Games/ Sports recognized by AIU /MYAS in which Inter-University Competitions are held and preference given by the colleges.
- Applicant should upload self -attested copy of Sports Certificate.
Maximum 60 Marks for Sports Trial
- Sports Trial includes Game/ Sport Specific Fitness, Fundamental Skills and Overall Playing Ability.
The Applicant should go through the notifications issued by the Constituent Colleges and University of Delhi on their Website.
- The College will conduct Sports Trial for a specific Game/ Sport identified by Delhi University Sports Council (DUSC).
- The College identified for conducting Sports Trial for a specific Game/ Sport and not having facilities may contact DUSC by giving advance information.
- The College should video-graph the Sports Trial.
- The Applicant must secure minimum 30 marks in the Sports Trial to be eligible for admission on the basis of Sports.
Previous Year Cut - off:
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