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i had scored 81.8 % in 12th cbse board with stream commerce +maths ....i had applied for bcom ,bcom (honors) ,BAF in various colleges like narsee monjee,mithibai,st. xaviers ,ra podar and hr churchgate ...is there any chances of getting admission in these colleges ?
First of all I want to tell you that if you wantt o do graduation and persue post graduation after this then please dont tak egeneral bcom and only go for bcom honours , no matter which college provides it. As for your chances in admission to the mentioned colleges I am sorry but Narsee Monjee has a cutoff above 91.8% for general category and St Xaviers too is expected to have a cutoff above 91% for non christians. HR also has a cutoff above 90% and Mithibai and RA Poddar will have no less than 90% as they are premiere colleges. Moreover this year most cbse as well as isc students have got higher than usual marks hence the cutoff is only expected to increase. You can check out the full list at https://university.careers360.com/articles/mumbai-university-cutoff#Mumbai-University-Cut-off-2020--Expected There are some colleges mentioned in this list where you can get admission. All the best.
Rank these colleges for B.com on the basis of academics, placement and exposure - Mithibai college, Narsee Monjee college of commerce and economics and Kj somaiya college of arts and commerce
Hello Tanmay ,
College are meant for learning and college ranking doesn't make college or teaching good but students make them.So its up to you which college you refer and take admission.
If you are good with academics and everything you can get placements from any of these college easily because you have worked hard for it.
But if you want to to rank me I would just prdect my first preference for colleges.
2.Narsee monjee college of commerce
3.K.J Somaiya college of commerce
does bsc applied statistics and analytics require npat exam?
Yes for admission in Sunandan Divatia School of Science, Mumbai for B.Sc in applied statistics and analytics you need to give NPAT exam. The Candidate must have passed 10 + 2 or equivalent examination from recognized board with Mathematics/Statistics/ Mathematics & Statistics as compulsory subject with minimum 50% aggregate marks in any stream (Science/Commerce/Arts with Mathematics/Statistics/ Mathematics & Statistics). Please click the below link to know more.
i scored 63% in 12th. will i get admission jn narsee monjee college?
Looks a little difficult especially this year when the cutoffs have risen high considerably. However the final cutoffs are yet to be displayed. Obviously it depends on the number of aspirants, their results, your rank, etcc. But in general as per the previous year analysis with 63% in HSC, admission to Narsee Monjee college looks a little difficult.
Refer to the site below to know more about the same -
Best wishes. Thank you.
does bfm require an entrance exam,as in for narsee monjee and other colleges?
The admission for BFM course in narsee monjee college of commerce and economics is based on merit, the College issues merit list to get admission in b.com, BAF, BFM, BMS, B.sc. etc. However some colleges take admission on the basis of entrance exam, the average course fee per year is approximately 50,000 per year, the basic eligibility criteria required to get admission is that the candidate must have passed 10+2 with atleast 50% to 55% aggregates.
Hope this helps, all the best.
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