Eligibility Certificate Fee (If Applicable): Rs. 1,000/-
The Bachelor in Commerce intends to prepare students for their career in the Accounting profession and BFSI sector. It aims to develop the requisite knowledge, skills, and attitudes in them to meet the challenges of the accounting, auditing, taxation, legal and BFSI sector domains. The endeavor of the programme will be to develop skills focused in accounting. The programme will focus equally on theoretical and practical aspects of the above-mentioned domains, promote an attitude of life-long learning among them and preparing them as a professional. It comprises of six semesters (two semesters in each year). On successful completion of the six semesters, a degree of Bachelors in Commerce (Honours) [B.Com. (Hons.)] is awarded to the student. The medium of Instructions of the programme is English.
Selection Process: Basis of Merit for Admission
The basis of preparation of merit for admission is given below for the respective categories of admission:
Criteria of Merit Preparation
Percentage Marks / CGPI in 12th Standard Examination (i.e. HSC or equivalent)
NRI (Self) / NRI Sponsored
If two or more candidates have the same aggregate percentage score for 12th Standard examination, (i.e. HSC or equivalent), then the following scheme will be adapted to determine the merit for admission.
The students seeking admission in the 1st year of Degree Programme leading to Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) [B.Com. (Hons)] shall have to pass the HSC examination (10+2) or any other recognized examinations considered equivalent by the Nirma University, with English as a subject along with any one of the following subjects: Accountancy/Business Administration/Economics/Statistics/Mathematics.
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