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Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria : The University of Delhi has declared eligibility criteria of DU 2017 from June 1, 2017 along with the announcement of application forms for DU 2017 Admissions. DU 2017 Eligibility Criteria mentions minimum academic qualification and marks required for admissions to under graduate programmes in the University.

There is a common eligibility criteria announced by the central university for DU 2017 UG Admissions. DU Admissions 2017 Eligibility Conditions, however, may differ for in different colleges of the university for few programmes.

Candidates are advised to ensure DU 2017 Eligibility Criteria before filling in the application forms of DU 2017 else their candidature may get cancelled at any of the admission level.

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria

You need to meet the eligibility criteria of DU Admissions 2017, for applying for the UG courses in the University.

  1. The Delhi University has directed affiliated colleges to follow a uniform eligibility criteria for 2017 UG admissions
  2. As per the uniform eligibility criteria forDelhi University 2017 Admissions, candidates seeking admissions in language courses in the varsity colleges will be having an advantage of 2.5% in the best of four subjects’ aggregate, if they have studied the particular language as an elective subject
  3. But there will be a disadvantage of 2.5% in the best of four subjects’ aggregate, if they have studied the particular language as a functional subject
  4. All elective subjects of the CBSE curriculum which are regarded as Honours programmes by the central university will be considered as academic subjects for ‘Best of four’ calculation, without any disadvantage
  5. However, Physical Education, Home Science and Music in Class 12th will be considered in ‘Best of Four’ calculation as the academic subjects or elective subjects for only those candidates who are seeking admissions in these three courses in the Delhi University 2017 Colleges
  6. Candidates qualifying 10+2 (12th Board Examination) with two or three vocational courses may be considered eligible for the Delhi University 2017 Admission Process, subjected to a deduction of 10% of the maximum marks in each subject
  7. For admissions in BA Programme and B.Com programme, if there is a case of change in stream, say a student from commerce background is interested in admissions to Arts programme or vice-a-versa, there shall be a disadvantage of 5% in the best of four subjects calculation
  8. The colleges will need to seek a prior approval of the University for providing relaxation in cutoff marks to girl candidates which can be a maximum of 3%
  9. Candidates need to have studied Hindi and English subjects mandatorily for seeking admissions in English (Hons.) and Hindi (Hons.) programmes, respectively. Apart from these two subjects, the candidates will be granted admissions in any of the language programmes, with a disadvantage of 5% in the best of four cutoff marks, if the language is studied till Class 10th.
  10. Commerce, Accountancy, Business Studies and Biology will be treated as academic subjects
  11. Business Mathematics will be treated as equivalent to Mathematics for admissions to B.Com (H) / B.Com programmes only
  12. A maximum of two vocational subjects can be included for ‘Calculation of Best of Four’, for admissions to Vocational programmes
  13. In case, if more than one non-listed elective/academic subject as notified by DU is included for ‘Calculation of Best of Four’, a dis-advantage of 2.5% each subject of the ‘Best of Four’ calculation will be levied for admissions to BA/B.Com programmes, besides a dis-advantage as the case will be considered as change in stream
  14. Legal Studies subject will be treated at par with academic/elective subjects for purpose of admissions to BA (H) Political Science programme only
  15. Mass Media Studies subject will be treated at par with academic/elective subjects for purpose of admissions to BA (H) Journalism (English/Hindi) programmes

Age Bar – It is hereby mentioned by the Delhi University officials that the University hasn’t set any age bar for any of the offered UG programmes.

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria – Grade Conversion for DU 2017 UG Admissions

Candidates who have secured their qualifying grades and not qualifying marks in the 12th Board Exams (10+2 Exam Pattern) can find below the table for grade conversion–

Grade

Minimum percentage for each Grade

Grade

Mean percentage resultant

190A90
275B75
366C60
461D40
557E30
651FFail
747
840
9Fail

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria :

Delhi University 2017 Eligibility Criteria for B.Sc programmes – Candidates who wish to pursue DU 2016 Admissions in B.Sc programmes need to go through the below mentioned eligibility criteria–

B.Sc (Hons.) Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Biological Science – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology subjects securing at least 55% and more marks in aggregate of three subjects and 50% marks in English as a compulsory language paper. The selection for admissions in these programmes will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in these three subjects as mentioned for the Honours programmes.

 

B.Sc (Hons.) Anthropology – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects securing at least 55% and more marks in aggregate of three subjects and 50% marks in English as a compulsory language paper. The selection for admissions in these programmes will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in these three subjects as mentioned for the Honours programmes.

B.Sc (Hons.) Geology – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Geology/Biology/Bio-technology/Geography subjects securing at least 55% and more marks in aggregate of three subjects and 50% marks in English as a compulsory language paper. The selection for admissions in these programmes will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in these three subjects as mentioned for the Honours programmes.

B.Sc (Hons.) Food Technology – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology/Bio-technology subjects securing at least 55% and more marks in aggregate of three subjects and 50% marks in English as a compulsory language paper. The selection for admissions in these programmes will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in PCM or PCB subjects, whichever is higher and there will be 3% relaxations for candidates with PCMB.

B.Sc (Hons.) Home Science – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Physics/Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and other subjects except languages securing at least 50% in aggregate of the best three subjects among those mentioned.

B.Sc (Hons.) Bio-Medical Science – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Physics/Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology securing at least 55% of total marks in aggregate of the mentioned subjects and a minimum of 50% marks in English. The candidates having at least 60% marks in aggregate of PCM/Bio-technology with Mathematics will be offered an advantage of 3% marks over and above their academic subjects.

B.Sc Bio-Chemistry – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Physics/Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology subjects securing at least 55% and more marks in aggregate of three subjects and 50% marks in English as a compulsory language paper. The selection for admissions in these programmes will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in PCMB subjects.

B.Sc Computer Science – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Mathematics, one language and two other subjects listed as academic subjects securing at least 60% and more marks in Mathematics or a least of 55% marks in aggregate of four subjects including Mathematics, one language and other two subjects listed as academic subjects by the respective boards. The selection for admissions in these programmes will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in fours academic subjects including Mathematics and one language. Moreover, the candidates who have studies Physics, Chemistry/Computer Science and Mathematics will be offered a 5% of additional weightage in the ‘Best of Four’ calculation.

B.Sc Mathematics and Statistics – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams securing at least 45% as aggregate marks in the exam and a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics. The selection for admissions in these programmes will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in one language paper, two academic subjects with higher marks and Mathematics.

B.Sc Home Science – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with English and three academic subjects except languages securing a least of 50% in aggregate of three elective subjects and English. Moreover, it is mandatory to qualify in English language paper of the qualifying exam.

 

B.Sc Mathemtical Science – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Mathematics, two elective/academic subjects and one language paper securing a least of 40% marks in aggregate of the qualifying subjects. Moreover, the selection will be based on the marks secured in one language, Mathematics and two best academic/elective subjects.

B.Sc Physical Science/Applied Physical Science – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with securing an aggregate of 45% and above marks in three of the subjects among Physics, Chemistry/ Computer Science and Mathematics. Moreover, the candidates should also have compulsorily passed in one language paper with a minimum of 40% marks.

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria

Delhi University 2016 Eligibility Criteria for B.A. programmes Candidates who wish to pursue DU 2016 Admissions in B.A. programmes need to go through the below mentioned eligibility criteria–

 

B.A.(Hons.) – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams securing an aggregate of 45% and above marks in qualifying exam.

 

B.A./ B.A. (Vocational) – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams securing an aggregate of 40% and above marks in the exam. Moreover, merit shall be calculated on the basis of one language and three best elective subjects.

 

B.A (Hons.) in Arabic/Hindi/Persian/Punjabi/Urdu/Sanskrit/Bengali – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams securing an aggregate of 45% and above marks in the qualifying exam. Moreover, the candidates who have secured 40% marks in aggregate along with 50% in the concerned subject will also be considered eligible for the Honours programme. The merit shall be calculated on the basis of one language and three best elective subjects.

 

B.A (Hons.) in French/German/Italian/Spanish – The candidates need to have qualified 12thBoard Exams securing an aggregate of 45% and above marks in the qualifying exam. The selection wil be based on one language and three best elective subjects.

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria

Delhi University 2017 Eligibility Criteria for B.Com programmes Candidates who wish to pursue DU 2016 Admissions in B.Com programmes need to go through the below mentioned eligibility criteria–

 

B.Com(Hons.) – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams securing an aggregate of 45% and above marks in qualifying exam.

B.Com – The candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams securing an aggregate of 40% and above marks in the exam. The selection will be based on one language and three best elective subjects.

Delhi University Bcom Eligibility Criteria

Important Information

  1. No additional eligibility criteria will be announced at the college level without prior information and approval from the University of Delhi.
  2. However, St. Stephens’ and Jesus & Mary Colleges may announce their own eligibility conditions for 2017 UG Admissions.

Delhi University offers as many as 54000 seats in around 16 faculties and 86 departments spread over North and South Campuses.

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