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how much percentage is needed to get a admission in BSC Zoology in Government Victoria College Palakkad?
There are 29 seats in BSC Zoology course in Government Victoria College Palakkad. The cutoff varies depending on the popularity of the course and how many people have applied for it. Also, since this year most cbse and isc schools have given higher than usual marks so it will be impossible to say exactly how much the cutoff percentage should be. However any person who has passed Higher Secondary/Intermediate (10+2) with science stream or any other examination recognized as equivalent is eligible for the course.
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when admission for bcom starts 2020?
As per your question based on the data after analysis B.Com Admissions 2020 Important Dates
There are not any unique dates for B.Com admissions 2020, because the dates may vary from university
to university. But, you may check out the common/ tentative dates for the admissions to get an idea of
First Week of April 2020
Last Date of Online Application Submission
Last Week of April 2020
First Cut-off List Releases
Documents Verification As in line with the First Cut-off List
Second Cut-off List Releases
Documents Verification As consistent with the Second Cut-off List
Deadline for Admission Fee Payment
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how much percentage needed to get admission in bcom in government Victoria collage Palakkad
Percentage needed to get admission in bcom in Victoria collage palakkad
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In India, a degree can only be delivered by an approved institution and awarded by an institution authorised to do so by an act of parliament or legislature. Approval of institutions can be in the form of affiliation, autonomy, constituent or even approved institution status accorded by a university.
Approval of this College:
UGC - University Grants Commission
Accreditation is a process by which the quality of all the programme is examined and certified normally by an external body of academics in a college. It validates and certifies the academic processes practised within an institute are robust and relevant.
Accreditation of this College:
- National Assessment and Accreditation Council