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Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines : There will be three University Examinations, one at the end of each Academic Year, viz. Part I at the end of the First Year, Part II at the end of the Second Year and Part III at the end of the Third Year for all Undergraduate Courses.

No candidate will be admitted to the Examination after the expiry of the span period which is six years in case of B.A. / B.Com (Pass) and five years for B.A. (Hons.) / B.Com (Hons.) Courses.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Schedule :

Sr. NoCourse DetailsExamination CentreApproximate time of Commencement
1All Honours CoursesDelhiFirst Week of May
2 BA (Pass) Part III
B. Com (Pass) Part II & III
DelhiFirst Week of May
3 B A (Pass) Part I & II
B. Com (Pass) Part I
DelhiSecond Week of May

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Medium of Examination :

University Question Papers in History, Political Science, Economics, Education, Nutrition and Health Education, Commerce and Sanskrit may be answered in English or Hindi. The medium will be the same in all the subjects.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Change of Examination Centres :

The Practice of holding the examinations of students of SOL outside Delhi, including abroad may be discontinued w.e.f the Annual Examinations, 2008. However, the students of the SOL who have already been given the option of appearing in their examinations outside Delhi/abroad may be allowed to do so till their respective span period prescribed for different coures expires.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Examination Form :

The Demand Letter cum Examination Forms to all eligible candidates of Part II & III of all UG Courses are sent by post. It is the responsibility of the students to ensure that the Examination Forms are received by them and are submitted in office of SOL with in requisites well in time.

In case of non-receipt of Examination Forms, the office of the School should be contacted immediately. The local candidates may contact personally and the outsiders telegraphically quoting their School Roll Numbers and scheme of examination, etc.

The Examination Forms for Part II and III by those who have been promoted should be duly filled-in and completed along with the necessary fee through Cash/Draft. The same are required to be submitted usually in the month of Annual Examination each year.

There will be no supplementary examination for the candidates who failed or fail to appear in the B.A. (Pass) / B.A. (Hons.) / B.Com. (Pass) / B.Com. (Hons.) Part I and Part II examinations.

Students who fail or fail to appear at the examination for which they are due will be allowed to take the next ensuing examination provided they get themselves registered by 15th October of the year on the prescribed Registration Form which will be supplied on request by the School.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Provision of Late Submission of Examination Form with Penalty :

The University has prescribed the following rule for late submission of application for admission to examination

If student fails to submit this Demand letter/Examination Form by the last date mentioned above, the last fee shall be charged follows: Rs. 25/- per day upto 61 days subject to minimum of Rs. 250/-. After 61 days Rs. 50/- per day.(No Demand Letter/Examination Form will be accepted after 90 days the last date), the last fee to the total amount shown above shall be added in the Demand draft.(If the last date is a holiday, the next working day will be treated as last day).No Exam form shall be accepted for any reason what so ever, 15 days before the commencement of the said examination

However, in order to enable the School to process the cases, all such applications should reach the School 20 days before the commencement of the examination.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Admission Ticket and Date Sheet :

The Admission Ticket containing Examination Roll Number, Examination Centre and the Date Sheet for the examination will be online, about a week before the commencement of the said examination.

In the event of any subsequent change in address a specific request should be addressed to Assistant Registrar (Examination), School of Open Learning, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110007, super scribing the words CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR ———— EXAMINATION, and enclosing a self addressed envelope.

Students are advised to ensure the receipt of the Admission Ticket/Date Sheet etc., before the commencement of the said examination, failing which consequences shall be the responsibility of the student concerned.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Duplicate Admission Ticket :

In the event of non-receipt of the Admission Ticket (Examination Roll Number) and Date Sheet referred to above, the duplicate Admission Ticket will be issued two days before the commencement of the said examination, for which the students are required to approach the office of the School of Open Learning, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007, and South Study Centre, South Moti Bagh , New Delhi along with an attested copy of passport size photograph, the Identity Card and latest fee receipt issued by the School.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines – Revaluation or Rechecking of Scripts :

As per the directive of the University the applications for Revaluation or Rechecking will be accepted by the University within three weeks from the date of declaration of results. the tabulated results shall be made available in the office of the School to avoid delay for want of statement of marks. The requirement of statement of marks for Revaluation or Rechecking is no longer necessary.

Delhi University Bcom Exam Guidelines :

For Online admission process scanned copy of all the essential documents listed below, as applicable, have to be uploaded at the time of registration:

(i) Students passed from CBSE 2016 (Delhi Regior, opted compulsory languages courses as English A or B/ Hindi A or B/Punjabi A/ Urdu A/ Tamil A of the B.Com and B.A. Programe have to upload following documents:
  1. Recent Photograph and Signature
  2. Other educational documents will not be uploaded at the time of admission. However, on demand, it will be produced/uploaded as per requirenment.
(ii) Students passed from CBSE 2016 (Delhi Regior, opted compulsory languages courses as English-C/Hindi-C/Punjabi-B/Urdu-B/Tamil-B of the B.Com and B.A. Programe and student applying for B.Com(Hons.)Pol.Sci. have to uploaded following documents:
  1. Recent Photograph and Signatures
  2. Self Attested copy of Class-X Marksheet.
  3. Self Attested copy of Class-Xll Marksheet.
(iii) For Students from other than CBSE Boards, CBSE compartment cases and CBSE (Non-Delhi Region) have to upload the following documents:
  1. Recent Photograph and Signature
  2. Self Attested copy of Class-X Certificate and Marksheet.
  3. Self Attested copy of Class-Xll Certificate and Marksheet.
    (current students can send scanned copy of the Provisional Certificate)
  4. Scanned copy of Migration Certificate ( if the candidates studied from boards other than Delhi like NIOS, UP,Bihar,Haryana, Rajasthan etc.)
(iv) Students applying against the reserved (SC/ST/OBC/PWD/etc.) and BPL category have to upload the follwing documents, as applicable, in addition to the above mentioned documents.
  1. Self Attested copy of Reverse Category Certificate of the candidates only, if applicable (SC/ST/OBC/PWD etc. candidates) certificate of the candidate must be have been issued before the date of admission.
  2. Self attested copy of Original Income Certificate, if applying for fee concession/Financial Assistance.
  3. Self attested copy of BPL/AAY Ration Card, if applying for Financial Assistance.
Important Notes:
  1. The digital size of the file of the photographs must be more than 4 kb and less than 24 kb with resolution of 100 pixel width and 120 pixel height (.jpg format).
  2. The signature must be uploaded in jpg format. The digital size of the signature file must be more than 1 kb and less than 12 kb with resolution of 40 pixel width by 60 pixel height (.jpg format)
  3. The digital size of the file other than Photograph and Signature (like 10th Marksheet, 12th Marksheet, 12th Certificate, etc) must be less than 2 MB(.pdf format).

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