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Admission Criteria & Rules

Procedure for calculation of ‘Best Four’ subjects percentage for Honours Programmes:

  • The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three best academic/elective subjects from LIST A.
  • Out of three, academic/elective subject chosen above, one must be the concerned subject in which the admission is sought, failing which a deduction of 2.5% will be imposed on the calculated ‘Best Four’ percentage.

Note:

  • If an applicant doesn’t include the subjects given in LIST A in ‘Best Four’, then a deduction of 2.5% of maximum marks will be levied for each subject for the purpose of calculating ‘Best Four’.
  • All subjects to be included in the calculation of ‘Best Four’must have at least 70% theory component of exam. In case, the subject to be considered does not have 70% theory component and 30% practical component, then the marks of theory and practical only shall be converted to 70% and 30%, respectively on pro rata basis. These new marks will then be considered for calculation of ‘Best Four’.

List A: Academic/ Elective subjects for the purpose of undergraduate admissions

Arabic

English

Italian

Punjabi

Accountancy

Bengali

French

Legal Studies

Psychology

 

Botany

Geography

Mathematics

Sanskrit

 

Biology/ Biotechnology

Geology

Music

Sociology

 

Chemistry

German

Persian

Spanish

 

Commerce/Business Studies

Hindi

Philosophy

Statistics

 

Computer Science/ Informatics Practices

History

Physics

Urdu

 

Economics

Home Science

Political Science

Zoology

 

Basis of calculation of Best Four

  • In case an applicant has studied elective and core languages, the core language subject will be treated as language, while elective language can be considered as academic/ elective subject.
  • The applicants must have studied and passed Mathematics at all qualifying exam for admission to B.A. (Honours) in Economics.
  • University may define any other relevant subjects as an academic/ elective for a particular Honours programme.

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.

OR

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’

Note:

  • 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.

LIST C1 – List of Core Subjects for B.Com. (Hons.)

PART 1 (Language)

PART 2 (Core Subjects)

English

Mathematics

Hindi

Accountancy

 

Business Studies / Commerce

 

Economics

LIST C2 – ADDITIONAL LIST of Subjects for B. Com. (Hons.)

Botany

Geography

Philosophy

Statistics

Business Mathematics

Geology

Physics

Zoology

Biology/ Biotechnology

History

Political Science

 

Chemistry

Home Science

Psychology

 

Computer Science/ Informatics Practices

Legal Studies

Sociology

 

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For Gap Year Students: Gap Year(s) will be no bar for the purpose of admission to the undergraduate courses in the College as per the policy of University of Delhi.