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Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise : All the candidates seeking admission to the Undergraduate (UG) Courses, based on merit (for which there is no entrance exam) in different colleges of the University of Delhi (DU), are required to register online at the following UG admission portal. http://ug.du.ac.in

The candidates who wish to be considered for admission to various Undergraduate Courses in different colleges of the University of Delhi, based on merit (for which there is no entrance exam), are required to register online for all categories, including unreserved (UR) / OBC / SC / ST / PwD.
• The candidates who wish to apply under Kashmiri Migrant (KM) and CW categories shall also apply online on the UG admission portal.
• The registration of candidates seeking admission under Sports / Extra-curricular activities (ECA) categories is through the same UG admission portal.
• The registration of women candidates belonging to National Capital Territory in Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) for B.A./B.Com. is also online through the UG admission portal.
• Candidates seeking admission in minority colleges also need to register online through the UG admission portal.

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

After incorporating the subsequent decisions of the University, the updated admission guidelines are hereby renotified for strict compliance by all concerned, which are as under:    

1.  AGE

As per Ordinance I of the University, there is no minimum age bar for admission to the under-graduate and post-graduate courses in the University and its colleges except in the courses where the respective regulatory bodies (such as MCI, AICTE etc.) have prescribed the minimum age requirement in their regulations.

2.  RELAXATIONS/CONCESSIONS

(a)  Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe

Ref: AC Resolution No. 88 dated 14/06/1983; EC Resolution No. 157 dated 24/12/2001

 The minimum eligibility requirement for the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates will be that they must have passed the qualifying school/degree examination. Provided that the minimum eligibility for admission to post-graduate Courses be the minimum pass marks of the qualifying  examination concerned of  the University  of Delhi. In the case of 

Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates who had passed the last qualifying examination from other Universities, they should have secured at least the same percentage of pass marks at the qualifying examination as prescribed for the equivalent examination of Delhi University for purposes of admission to the Post-graduate course of this University.

That where the admission is based on screening/written test, both for under-graduate and post-graduate courses, the Scheduled Caste/Tribe candidates would also be required to take the test but their merit list will be drawn separately.

However, for admission to the M.Phil. and Ph.D. Programmes, the SC/ST candidates shall be given 5% relaxation in the minimum eligibility marks.           

(b)      Other Backward Classes 

Ref: Notification No. Aca.I/2012-13/OBC/588 dated 11/04/2012

The OBC candidates shall be given a relaxation in the minimum eligibility in the qualifying examination and in the minimum eligibility (if any) in the admission entrance test to the extent of 10% of the minimum eligibility marks prescribed for the General Category candidates. For example, if the minimum eligibility for admission to a course is 50% for the General Category candidates, the minimum eligibility for the OBCs would be 45% i.e. (50% less 10% of 50%).

All  those OBC candidates who meet the minimum eligibility marks in the qualifying examination and the minimum eligibility marks  (if any) in the entrance test shall be eligible for admission in the order of their merit, keeping in view the availability of seats reserved for them.

The OBC candidates who belong to the ‘Non-Creamy Layer’ and whose castes appear in the Central List of the OBCs only shall be eligible to be considered for admission under the OBC Category.

(c)    Persons With Disabilities (PWD) 

 The PWD candidates with not less than 40% disability shall be given a relaxation in the minimum eligibility in the qualifying examination and in the minimum eligibility (if any) in the admission entrance test to the extent of 5%.

(d)         Children/Widows of the eligible Armed Forces Personnel (CW Category) 

A concessions of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility requirements in the qualifying examinations.

(e)          The candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and Persons with Physical Disability shall be charged the admission form/entrance examination fee at concessional rates.

3. RESERVATIONS

(a)   Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Classes

Reservation of seats in admissions to various under-graduate and post-graduate courses, including the M.Phil.programme, shall be in the following manner:

Scheduled Caste               =15% of total intake in each course

Scheduled Tribe                =7 ½ % of total intake in each course

Other Backward Classes=27% of total intake in each course

The seats reserved for the SC/ST shall be filled by the SC/ST candidates only. However, in the case of non-availability of the eligible candidates the reserved seats may be interchanged between the SC & ST.  If still any seat remains unfilled, the same shall be left vacant.

The seats reserved for the OBCs shall be filled with the OBC candidates only. Only if OBC candidates possessing the minimum eligibility marks are not available in the OBC category then the vacant OBC seats shall be converted into General Category seats in accordance with the admission schedule notified by the University.

(b)   Supernumerary seats:

(i)     Persons with Disabilities (PWD) =3% of total intake (1% each for the persons with low vision or blindness, hearing impaired and loco motor disability or cerebral palsy (interchangeable in case of non-availability of candidates in the sub-categories).

(ii)   Children/Widows of the eligible Armed Forces Personnel

     (CW Category) =5% of the seats in each course.

As per the guidelines approved by the Academic Council, admission of candidates belonging to CW categories have to be made in the following order of priorities:

I. Widows/Wards of Defence personnel killed in action;

II. Wards of serving personnel and ex-servicemen disabled in action;

III. Widows/Wards of Defence personnel who died in peace time with death attributable to military service;

IV. Wards of Defence personnel disabled in peace time with disability attributable to the military service; and

V. Wards of Ex-servicemen personnel and serving personnel including personnel of police forces who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards;

Category-V (Gallantry Awards) include:  Param Vir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal, Maha Vir Chakra, Kirti Chakra, Uttam Yudh Seva Medal,Vir Chakra, Shaurya Chakra, Yudh Seva Medal ,Sena, Nau Sena,- Vayusena Medal, Mention-in-Despatches, President’s Police Medal for Gallantry, Police Medal for Gallantry.

Authorities Competent to issue educational concession certificates under CW category:-

  • Secretary, Kendriya, Sainik Board, Delhi
  • Secretary, RajyaZilaSainik Board
  • Officer-in-Charge, Records Office
  • 1st class Stipendiary Magistrate
  • Ministry of Home Affairs (for Police personnel in receipt of Gallantry Awards)

(iii) Foreign Nationals=5% seats in each course in Departments/ Colleges.

(iv) Sports/Extra Curricular Activities (ECA)

a) For undergraduate courses:

Sports/ECA Persons=upto 5% of total intake in each undergraduate course may be offered to the candidates on the basis of Sports and ECA in accordance with the guidelines issued by the University from time to time.

b) For postgraduate courses:

Sports= upto 5% of total intake in each postgraduate course may be offered to the candidates on the basis of Sports in accordance with the guidelines issued by the University from time to time.

4. Permission to students to apply under General/SC/ST/OBC Category as well as CW, PWD Category etc.

The candidates applying for admission to various courses shall be permitted to apply simultaneously under Gen/SC/ST/OBC Category as well as Children of War Widows, Person with Disability and other categories for which reservations/concession is admissible. The application forms should, therefore, contain appropriate columns for mentioning such categories. 

5. Registration /Admission of foreign nationals

a) The foreign nationals seeking admission in the University/its colleges shall have to get themselves registered with the Foreign Students Registry (FSR) in compliance with the schedule notified by the FSR. No Foreign students will be admitted directly by the Department/Colleges.

b) Foreign nationals shall be exempted from appearing in Admission Entrance Test conducted by the College/Department for admission to various Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate Courses including Professional Courses.  Foreign nationals who are stationed in India and have passed last examination from Board /University in India shall also be exempted from appearing in entrance test conducted by the College/Department in all Courses.

c) All the Categories of foreign students shall come under the same category of 5% quota for foreign nationals for admission to Under-Graduate, Post- Graduate and other Courses.  This shall include foreign nationals with qualifications attained either from Indian Board /University or Foreign Board/University. 

d) All admissions in Foreign Students category shall be done on individual merit and a single merit list of foreign students, both with Indian and foreign qualifications shall be prepared for admission in various courses. 

e) At least one seat shall be reserved for foreign nationals in all Post-Graduate courses wherever the total numbers of seats for admission is less than 20.

6. The faculties/departments, if they decide to also hold Group Discussion (GD) or interview in addition to the admission entrance test, shall not assign more than 15% marks to the GD or interview.

7.The merit list for the general category seats will comprise of all the candidates in the order of merit. No one will be excluded from the same. In other words, it will also include SC/ST/OBC candidates if they come in the general merit. A candidate cannot be excluded from the general category merit list just because he belongs to SC/ST/OBC. Such a candidate is entitled to be considered under the general category, as well as under the reserved category. Admission to open category seats will be strictly in the order of merit without excluding SC/ST/OBC candidates.

8.All those courses wherein admissions are based on the rank in the entrance examination, the candidates will be eligible for admission only after the result of the qualifying examination has been declared and the candidates meet the minimum eligibility criteria. Thus the candidates who are though eligible for admission on the basis of the admission entrance test but they do not have the results of their qualifying degree examinations shall not be allowed provisional admission.  Such candidates will, however, be considered for admission in the subsequent admission lists, as and when the results of the qualifying examinations are declared provided the candidates submit the results to the concerned department/faculty/college.

9. The practice of condonation of delay in admission by the Vice-Chancellor has been discontinued from the academic session 2011-2012.  Therefore, admission to all the undergraduate/postgraduate courses shall have to be finalized by the Colleges/Departments in strict compliance of the scheduled of admission notified by the University and in no case admission shall be allowed beyond the last date of admission.  

10. The colleges/Departments shall get the relevant certificates submitted for availing the benefit of reservation verified from the respective issuing authorities.

11. As per A.C. Resolution 40 dated 24/04/1997, no student of the University shall be permitted to pursue two degree courses simultaneously either from the University of Delhi or from other University except the part-time diplomas/certificates of the University of Delhi.

12.For admission to the courses which are governed by the Regulations of   the regulatory bodies, like Medical Council of India, Dental Council of India, AICTE, etc. the minimum eligibility requirements prescribed under their respective regulations shall be followed.

You are requested to kindly ensure strict compliance of the above and see that the information provided in your Bulletin of Information is in conformity with these guidelines. If the Bulletin of Information has already been printed, suitable amendments be notified immediately.

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise – First year Bcom

Sr. No.Subjects
Compulsory Courses
1.Business Organisation & Management
2.Financial Accounting
3.Business & Industrial law
4.Principles of Economics
MIL Courses for Humanities Group (Paper-5)
1.Political Science
2.History-I , History of India upto 8th century
3.History-II, Culture in Indian Sub-continents
4.Tamil (A,B)
5.Hindi (A,B)
6.Punjabi (A,B)
7.Urdu (A,B)

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise – Second year Bcom:

Sr. No.Subjects
Compulsory Courses
1.Business Mathematics & Statistics (Paper-6)
2.Corporate Accounting (Paper-7)
3.Company & Compensation Laws (Paper-8)
4.Income Tax & Auditing (Paper-9)
5.Economics (Macroeconomics) (Paper-10)
6.Humanities Group -English ( Paper-11)

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise – Third Year Bcom

Sr. No.Subjects
Compulsory Courses
1.Cost Accounting
2.Computer Applications in Business
3.Economics (Eco. Development & policy in India)
MIL- Humanities Courses
1.Business English
2.Hindi (A,B)
3.Punjabi (A,B)
4.Urdu (A,B)
5.Tamil (A,B)
6.History
Optional Courses
1.Financial Management : Paper XVI(A)  
2.Marketing Management: Paper XVI(B)
3.Human Resourse Management : Paper XVI(C)
 

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS FOR B.COM.

1. Examinations shall be conducted at the end of each Semester as per the Academic Calendar notified by the University of Delhi

2. The system of evaluation shall be as follows:

2.1 Each course will carry 100 marks, of which 25 marks shall be reserved for internal assessment based on a combination of tutorials, classroom participation, project work, seminar, term papers, tests, and attendance.

2.2 The remaining 75 marks in each paper shall be awarded on the basis of a written examination at the end of each semester. The duration of written exanimation for each paper shall be three hours.

3. Examinations for courses shall ordinarily be conducted only in the respective odd and even Semesters as per the Scheme of Examinations. Regular as well as ex-students shall be permitted to appear/reappear/improve in courses of odd Semesters only at the end of odd Semester and courses of even Semesters only at the end of even Semesters.

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

CRITERIA FOR MARKS AND TEACHING HOURS FOR B.COM.

University of Delhi, commonly referred as Delhi University (DU), offers programmes to aspirants at the undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) and doctorate (PhD) level. Courses offered at DU are in streams including – Humanities & Social Sciences, Commerce, Science, Teaching & Education, Law, Business & Management Studies, Medicine & Health Sciences, Arts and Engineering.

Scheme of Examination:

Examinations shall be conducted at the end of each Semester as per the Academic Calendar notified by the University of Delhi. Each course will carry two components:

  • lnternal Assessment and
  • End-Semester Examination.

Pass Percentage and Promotion Criteria :

The minimum marks required to pass any paper in a semester shall be

  • 40% in theory and
  • 40% in Practical, wherever applicable.

The student must score

  • 40% in the End Semester Examination and
  • 40% in the total of End semester Examination & Internal assessment of the paper for both theory and practical separately.

Reappearance in Passed papers:

  • A student may reappear in any theory paper prescribed for a semester, on foregoing in writing her/his previous performance in the paper’s concerned. This can be done in the immediate subsequent semester examination only (for example, a student reappearing in a paper prescribed for Semester I examination, may do so along with subsequent Semester III examination and not along with paper’s for Semester V).
  • A candidate who has cleared the papers of Part III (V &VI Semesters) may reappear in any paper of V or VI Semester only once, at the immediate subsequent examination on foregoing in writing her/his previous performance in the paper/s concerned, within the prescribed span period. (Note: The candidate of this category will not be allowed to join any postgraduation courses)
  • In the case of reappearance in a paper, the result will be prepared on the basis of candidate’s current performance in the examination.
  • In the case of a candidate, who opts to re-appear in any paper/s under the aforesaid provisions, on surrendering her/his earlier performance but fails to re-appear in the paper/s concerned, the marks previously secured by the candidate in the paper/s in which she/he has failed to re-appear shall be take into account while determining her/his result of the examination held currently.
  • Reappearance in Practical examinations shall not be allowed.
  • A student who reappears in a paper shall carry forward the internal assessment marks, originally awarded.

Division Criteria : 

A student who passes all the papers prescribed for Semester I to Semester VI examinations would be eligible for the degree. Such a student shall be categorized on the basis of the combined result of Semester I to Semester VI examinations as follows:-

60% or more          First Division
50% or more but less than 60%Second Division
40% or more but less than 50%Third Division

Supplementary Examinations :

There shall be no Supplementary Examinations for any Undergraduate Courses.

Span Period:  

The span period to complete the course shall be six years from the admission in the Ist Semester.

Delhi University Bcom First Semester Model Question Papers are the best resource to practice for any examination. Solving the mock version of the real question paper not only gives you ample practice but also familiarizes you with the exam pattern, which eventually increases confidence.

Internal Assessment shall be as per existing norms

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Marks shall be as follows:

  1. Assignment – 10
  2. Class Test – 10  
  3. Attendance – 05
  • There shall be two assignments per semester.
  • There will be no home examination. Instead there shall be a class test held by the teacher(s) who teaches the subject.  
  • All other rules of Internal Assessment shall remain the same.
  • Additional Note:

1. In case of paper CP 4.2, (Part A and B of Income tax and Auditing respectively): exam has to be attempted on separate answer sheets and has to be evaluated separately.

2. Student has to pass separately in both the Parts.

3. The division for purpose of internal assessment of Part A and B are as follows:

 Income TaxAuditing
Total15 marks 10 marks
Class test6 marks 4 marks
Assignment6 marks4 marks
Attendance3 marks2 marks

Workload and Tutorials:

  • Lecture per paper/ per week 5
  • Preceptorial (fortnightly) per paper/ group 1
  • Practical per paper/ week As in structure above
  • Tutorial Group Size As per existing norms
  • Practical Group Size As per existing norms
  • Section Size As per existing norms
  • Credit 5 +1.

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

B.Com. Semester Schemes 2011 (Onwards)
Semester – I

Paper No.TitleMaximum MarksMaximum MarksLectures per weekPreceptorial (Fort-nightly)PracticalsExam. Hours
  RegularIA    
Paper CP 1.1Business Organization and Management752551 3
Paper CP 1.2Financial Accounting752551 3
Paper CP 1.3Principles of Micro Economics752551 3
Paper CP 1.4MIL(Hindi/Urdu/Bengali/Sindhi/Tamil/Gujarati/ Telugu/Kannada/Punjabi/Assamese/Manipuri/Oriya) or Humanities in lieu of MIL.752551 3
 Semester Total300100204  

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Semester – I

Paper No.Title
  
Paper CP 1.1Business Organization and ManagementDownload link 
Paper CP 1.2Financial AccountingDownload link 
Paper CP 1.3Principles of Micro EconomicsDownload link 

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

B.Com. Semester Schemes 2011 (Onwards)
Semester – II

Paper No.TitleMaximum MarksMaximum MarksLectures per weekPreceptorial (Fort-nightly)PracticalsExam. Hours
  RegularIA    
Paper CP 2.1Business and Industrial Laws752551 3
Paper CP 2.2Corporate Accounting752551 3
Paper CP 2.3Macro Economics752551 3
Paper CP 2.4English752551 3
 Semester Total300100204  

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Semester – II

Paper No.Title
Paper CP 2.1Business and Industrial LawsDownload link
Paper CP 2.2 Corporate Accounting

 

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Paper CP 2.3 Macro Economics

 

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Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

B.Com. Semester Schemes 2011 (Onwards)
Semester – III

Paper No.TitleMaximum MarksMaximum MarksLectures per weekPreceptorial (Fort-nightly)PracticalsExam. Hours
  RegularIA    
Paper CP 3.1Business Mathematics & Statistics752551 3
Paper CP 3.2Company and Compensation Laws752551 3
Paper CP 3.3Economics Development & Policy in India752551 3
Paper CP 3.4 Elective Language (English/Hindi/

Punjabi/Sindhi/Assamese/

Tamil/Gujarati/Bengali/

Manipuri/Telugu/Kannada/Oriya)

752551 3
 Semester Total300100204  

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Semester – III

Paper No.Title
Paper CP 3.1Business Mathematics & StatisticsDownload link
Paper CP 3.2 Company and Compensation Laws

 

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Paper CP 3.3 Economics Development & Policy in India

 

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Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

B.Com. Semester Schemes 2011 (Onwards)

Semester – IV

Paper No.TitleMaximum MarksMaximum MarksLectures per weekPreceptorial (Fort-nightly)PracticalsExam. Hours
  RegularIA    
Paper CP4.1Cost Accounting752551 3
Paper CP 4.2 Part A: Income Tax

Part B: Auditing

50

25

15

10

3

2

1/2

1/2

  3

 

Paper CP 4.3Economic Regulations of Domestic and Foreign Exchange Markets752551 3
Paper CP 4.4Business Communication or Vyapaar Sanchar752551 3
Paper CP 4.5MIL – Advanced/Humanities752551 3
 Semester Total375125255  

 Note:
1. In case of paper CP 4.2, (Part A and B of Income tax and Auditing respectively): exam has to be attempted on separate answer sheets and has to be evaluated separately.
2. Student has to pass separately in both the Parts.

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Semester – IV

Paper No.Title
  
Paper CP4.1Cost AccountingDownload link
Paper CP 4.2 Part A: Income Tax

Part B: Auditing

Download link

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Paper CP 4.3Economic Regulations of Domestic and Foreign Exchange MarketsDownload link

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

B.Com. Semester Schemes 2011 (Onwards)
Semester – V

Paper No.TitleMaximum MarksMaximum MarksLectures per weekPreceptorial (Fort-nightly)PracticalsExam. Hours
  RegularIA    
Paper CP 5.1Financial Management752551 3
Paper CP 5.2 Computer Applications in Business

Practical

45

30

15

10

512 2

1

Paper CP 5.3Corporate Governance, Business Ethics & CSR752551 3
Paper CP 5.4Industrial Economics752551 3
 Semester Total300100204  

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

B.Com. Semester Schemes 2011 (Onwards)
Semester – VI

Paper No.TitleMaximum MarksMaximum MarksLectures per weekPreceptorial (Fort-nightly)PracticalsExam. Hours
  RegularIA    
Paper CP 6.1Marketing Management752551 3
Paper CP 6.2Business Environment752551 3
Paper CP 6.3Human Resource Management752551 3
Paper CP 6.4International Trade752551 3
 Semester Total300100204  

 Above was the marks distribution chart for each subject with respect to each exam in detail.

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Semester VDownload link
Semester VI

 

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Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Other Guidelines:

Guidelines Internal Assessment 

Guidelines for Syllabus and Subjects

Bcom subject guidelines and clarification

Bcom subject guidelines and clarification 1

Delhi University Bcom Amendments and Updates Subject Wise

Below you can download Delhi University Bcom papers :

Semester I

Delhi University Bcom First Semester Question Papers

Semester II

Delhi University Bcom Second Semester Question Papers

Semester III

Delhi University Bcom Third Semester Question Papers

Semester IV

Delhi University Bcom Fourth Semester Question Papers

Semester V

Delhi University Bcom Fifth Semester Question Papers

Semester VI

Delhi University Bcom Sixth Semester Question Papers

For Delhi University Bcom All Semester syllabus Check here

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