B.Com (Hons.)
Admission Procedure Subjects Offered Other Academic Requirements

COURSES OF STUDY & ADMISSION CRITERIA

Duration of Course

Three Years - Six Semester (Full-time course)

Medium of Instruction

English. However, any instruction in Hindi medium may be provided if there are sufficient number of students.

No. of Seats

501

[501] seats includes 27% (135) OBC Seats, 15% (75) SC Seats and 7.5% (38) ST Seats

The admissions under the categories of Persons with Disabilities (PwD), Armed Forces, Nepalese, Bhutanese, Sikkimese, Kashmiri Migrants, Sports and Foreign Candidates are over and above 501 seats as per policy of the University of Delhi which are counted as supernumerary admissions.

Reservation

As per policy of the University of Delhi

Qualification

Eligibility of Admission

  • Delhi University has prescribed the following qualification: (with 45% in aggregate as the minimum marks for admission)
    Senior School Certificate Examination (12 years) of Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi with Pass in Five subjects (One language and Four elective subjects) or an examination recognized as equivalent to that.

     

    OR

  • Pre-University Examination (Two years after ten years of schooling) of an Indian University recognized by the University of Delhi).

     

    OR

  • Intermediate Examination of an Indian University / Board or an Examination recognized as equivalent to that (Pass in Five written subjects).

    Indian School Certificate Examination (12 years) conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi (Pass in Five written subjects).

    General Certificate of Education Examination of the U.K. with Pass: (a) in Five subjects of Ordinary Level, and (b) at least in Two subjects at Advanced Level. These two Advanced Level subjects may either be chosen from among the five Ordinary Level subjects or from outside this group as prescribed by the University of Delhi.

    The candidates who could not take admission in a cut-off list could be considered for admission in the immediate next list only on the last date of admission provided seats are available in the college/course.

For Gap year students: The colleges shall follow the University guidelines with respect to gap year policy. Gap year(s) would be no bar for purposes of admission to the undergraduate courses.

CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION

Admission Criteria and Rationale for Admission to B. Com (Hons), Ist Semester for the academic year2015-16 (as per University notification No. Aca. 1086/UG/Adm.- Procedure-Schedule/2015-16/489 dated May 20, 2015)

Procedure for calculation of 'Best of Four' subjects percentage:-


  • One Language(Core/Elective/Functional)
  • The subject in which admission is sought (if a candidate does not include the concerned subject whether studied or not in Best of Four in which he/she is seeking admission in the honours course, then a disadvantage of 2.5 % may be imposed on the calculated Best of Four percentage).
  • Any two other academic/elective subjects as per List A (if a candidate does not include the subjects given in List A in Best of Four, then a disadvantage of 2.5% in Best of Four for each subject may be imposed).

List A


The following Discipline subjects offered by the University of Delhi for the admission to undergraduate courses must be treated as Academic/Elective subjects for the purpose of undergraduate admissions. All other subjects offered by different boards may be treated as non-elective. All the Discipline subjects must have at least a 70% component of theory exams (theory exam does not include internal assessment/continuous evaluation etc.) in the qualifying exam for the purpose of being treated as academic/elective subject.

Physics English Italian Punjabi
Arabic French Mathematics Sanskrit
Bengali Geography Music # Sociology
Botany Geology Persian Spanish
Chemistry German Philosophy Statistics
Commerce* Hindi Physical Education # Urdu
Computer Science History Political Science Zoology
Economics Home Science Psychology

*Accountancy will be treated as equivalent to Commerce wherever any board is not offering commerce as a subject.

# Music, and # Physical Education will be treated as academic/elective only for Honours in Music and Physical Education, respectively.

  1. Biology/Biotechnology and Business Studies will be treated as academic/elective subject.
  2. In case a candidate has studied both elective and core in any languages, then core language will be treated as language, while elective language can be considered as academic/elective subject.
  3. The candidate must have studied and passed Mathematics at the qualifying exam for admission to Honours in Economics and Commerce.

ADMISSION PROCESS

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SUBJECTS OFFERED

Semester

Paper No.

Paper / Subject Title

Compulsory/
Optional Papers

Max. Marks

I

CH 1.1

Business Organization & Management

Compulsory

100

CH 1.2

Financial Accounting    (Part-A)

Compulsory

80

Financial Accounting    (Part-B)

Optional
(option between
B and C)

20

Financial Accounting    (Part-C) Practical

CH 1.3

Micro Economics-1

Compulsory

100

CH 1.4

Business Law

Compulsory

100

II

CH 2.1

Business Statistics

Compulsory

100

CH 2.2

Fundamental of Computer & Information System: Part-A

Compulsory

50

Fundamental of Computer & Information System: Part-B

Optional (Option between
B and C)

50

Fundamental of Computer & Information System: Part-C (Practical)

CH 2.3

Micro Economics-2

Compulsory

100

CH 2.4

Corporate Laws

Compulsory

100

CH 2.5

Hindi

Compulsory

100

III

CH 3.1

Business Mathematics

Compulsory

100

CH 3.2

Income-Tax Law & Practice

Compulsory

100

CH 3.3

Macro Economics

Compulsory

100

CH 3.4

Principles of Marketing

Compulsory

100

CH 3.5

Inter Disciplinary
(English/Political Science/Mathematics)

Optional
(one subject out of three given options)

100

IV

CH 4.1

Indirect Tax

Compulsory

100

CH 4.2

Corporate Accounting

Compulsory

100

CH 4.3

Cost Accounting

Compulsory

100

CH 4.4

Human Resource Management

Compulsory

100

CH 4.5

Indian Economy-Performance and Policies

Compulsory

100

V

CH 5.1

Management Accounting

Compulsory

100

CH 5.2

Financial Management

Compulsory

100

CH 5.3

(a) Auditing

Compulsory

50

(b) E-Commerce (Part-A)

Compulsory

40

(b) E-Commerce (Part-B)

Optional (option between part
B and C)

10

(b) E-Commerce (Part-C) Practical

CH 5.4

(a) Financial Markets, Institutions and Financial Services

Optional
(one subject
out of five
given options)

100

(b) Compensation Management

(c) Corporate Tax Planning

(d) Advertising & Personal Selling

(e) Business Data Processing-I  (Theory)
(e) Business Data Processing-I  (Practical)

VI

CH 6.1

International Business

Compulsory

100

CH 6.2

Governance, Ethics & Social Responsibility of Business

Compulsory

100

CH 6.3

(a) Business Communication
(b) Project Work

 

75
25

CH 6.4

(a) Entrepreneurship and Small Business

Optional
(one subject out of
five given options)

100

(b) Fundamentals of Investment

(c) Consumer Relation & Customer Care

(d) Business Tax Procedure & Management

(e) Business Data Processing-II (Theory)
(e) Business Data Processing-II (Practical)

The maximum marks in above papers also include marks for Internal Assessments


OTHER ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Internal Assessment

As per Internal Assessment scheme (Ordinance VIII-E) of the University of Delhi 25 % of the maximum marks in each paper are assigned for following:

-

Marks for Attendance.

5 %

-

Marks for written assignments.

10 %

-

Marks for Class test.

10 %

Attendance

Every student is required to attend all the classes.  The minimum attendance required separately for lectures and tutorials is two-thirds of the total classes held during each semester.  Five percent weightage in Internal Assessment is for attendance above 67%.  Students should follow the attendance rules strictly.  

Tutorials

Every student is required to attend tutorial classes and submit the assignments given to them on time.   The marks given for these assignments are part of the internal assessment and count for 10% of marks.

Class Test

Every student is required to take a class test in each subject in each semester.  The marks awarded in these class tests are taken into account for internal assessment with 10% weightage.

Semester Examinations

Every student is required to take semester examination during following periods.  75% weightage in maximum marks in each paper is given to the Annual Examinations.

November/December

Semester I, III & V

April/May

Semester II, IV & VI

Requirement for Promotion

40 %  of aggregate marks