We understand your concern. Please note that if a candidate fails in the first or secondyear, he/she can be promoted under the condition that they must rewrite those papers in the next year.Hence, you cannot join MCOM without completing all the paper you have failed in the last year.All the best!
Sorry to say but you can't do M.Com until you completely clear you B.com. To get admission in any college or your preferred SBRR Mahajana First Grade you would need to clear all your backlog. And you will need atleast 55% in B.Com to get admission in any college.
According to the official website of SBRR Mahajana First Grade College, Mysore. It is an autonomous college. It applied for Autonomy and was granted.
Hope this helps. If you have any other query, feel free to ask.
Yes you can join through the laterak admission procedure . The requiremnets for lateral entry are:
1. You should pass the eligibility criteria for the admissions given in the previous year.
2. Some minimum percentage is also required and it varies according to the college.
Hope it helps, please feel free to comment if you have any othe doubts.
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This College is accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) A validity is 31 Dec 2023 and the score is 3.01 .
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Validity : 31 Dec 2023
; CGPA : 3.01
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