The basis of admission to the Master of Commerce (M.Com.) course shall be on merit to be determined on the basis of the qualifying examination. While preparing merit for the purpose of admission to M.Com. Class, at first all B.Com. (Hons.)degree holders, will be admitted.After admitting B.Com. (Hons.)degree holders if seats are available, applications of other categories will be admitted. However, in case of B.Com., degree holders, while preparing merit list for admission, ten percent of the marks scored in B.Com. percentage of examination shall be added, provided such candidates fulfill the minimum eligibility conditions for admission. There shall be no written test for admission to M.Com. class.The admission shall be made on first come first served cum merit basis.
The students who have appeared for the qualifying examination but whose result is not yet declared can also apply on provisional basis.
While determining the merit the marks to the following extent shall be added to the result of the students who posses certificate in NCC, NSS or Scouting as under:-
Only credit of one certificate, beneficial to the candidate, will be allowed in respect of certificates, l to 8 but the minimum condition of eligibility shall be observed in all the cases and will be determined without addition of the marks.
B. Com./B.Com, (Hons.)or Bachelor's Degree in Business Admissions or B.A. with Commerce or M.A./M.Sc. in Economics/Statistics/ Mathematics with 50% marks.
B.A./B.Sc. degree with Economics/ Statistics / Mathematics and 50% marks in aggregate.
The age of candidate must not be more than 26 years as on 1st July, of the year concerned provided that the upper age limit will be raised by three years for students who belong to SC/ST. However, the Vice-Chancellor has the power to thane relaxation for reasons to be recorded in writing up to maximum of 3 months.
Every candidate shall be required to undergo a regular course of study i.e. attendance of lectures, tutorial seminars etc. In order to be eligible to appear in a University examination a candidate should have put in at least 75% attendance in the course.
Provided further that the Principal concerned may for reasons to be recorded in writing condone shortage of lectures delivered in each of the concerned courses up to maximum of 10% lectures.Absence from lectures, tutorials, seminars, on account of participation in the University, Inter-University State, National, International Tournament, Youth festival, Cultural and any other Sports Activities or N.C.C., N.S.S. and N.S.S. camps including the actual time spent or Journey thereof shall be deemed to be allowed only up to 20% of the total lectures delivered.
CANCELLATION OF EXAMINATION
The University may cancel the examination of a candidate, if it is found that he/she was not eligible to appear in the examination but had obtained admission through misrepresentation or a misstatement of facts. Such a candidate shall also be disqualified from appearing at any examination of the University for a period which may extend to five years.
THE SCHEME FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED BY H.P. UNIVERSITY IN ALL ITS AFFILIATED COLLEGES IN M.Com.w.e.f.ACADEMIC SESSION 2010-11.
CASUAL ADMISSION TO M.Com.
The students, who have joined M.Cum through I.C.D.E.O.L., may seek casual admission in this college. The admission shall be made subject to availability of seats on recommendation of admission committee. The college does not take any responsibility of sending examination form of such students to the university. Fee payable by such students shall be Rs. 5500/- per semester inclusive of Rs.500/- as security