Bachelor of Arts


Fee Structure


Total Number of Seats

Cut off percentage of Last Year


40% in H.S.C.


At the first year B. A. level, students have to offer Six papers of 100 marks each(Total 600 marks). The college offers the following subjects:



Eligibility: Students passing S. Y. J. C. (Std. XII) with Arts or Commerce or Science and S.Y.J.C with vocational subjects are eligible for admission to F. Y. B. A.
Students  from other state (eligibility) are required to have ENGLISH as a compulsory paper at H.S.C. level

Documents Required for Admission:
Students should bring the following documents in original along with duly attested photocopies for verification at the time of admission: –

    1. Original Mark sheet of H.S.C., two photocopies of H.S.C.  Mark sheet, one photocopy of S.S.C. Mark sheet and one photo copy of Leaving Certificate (LC) for F.Y. admission.
    2. Original Mark sheet of First Year along with one photo copy for S.Y. admission.
    3. Original Mark sheet of First Year & Second Year along with one photo copy each for T.Y. admission
    4. For new admission at S.Y. / T.Y.— NOC with enrolment details to be produced from the previous  college.
    5. One recent Passport size photograph taken with light coloured dress for all classes.
    6. One recent Passport size photograph of Parent / Guardian.
    7. Address Proof  (photocopy of Ration Card/ Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bill/Pass port/ Driving License) any one
    8. FY & SY students are hereby informed to surrender old Identity Card at the time of admission.


  1. Caste Certificates (if applicable)
  2. Documentary evidence regarding special category status
  3. Eligibility Certificate (students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical    Board). Eligibility forms will be distributed by the colleges and same will be resubmitted to the college along with necessary documents and eligibility fees (Rs.220/-,  Rs.320/- and Rs. 750/- as the case may be).  Admission will be provisional till University approves the documents.
  4. Physically challenged candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.


NOTE: In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, a certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of that College must be produced.


Students coming from Universities/Board other than Maharashtra State:- Students coming from outside, i.e. other than Maharashtra State Board, will be admitted to the college on the basis of provisional eligibility certificate which they must obtain from the University of Mumbai. No such student will be admitted to College without provisional certificate. In case the admission of the student is found to be invalid for any reason, the responsibility will lie with the student. Students will account for the gap if any, between H.S.C. and joining F. Y. Class by submitting gap certificate i.e. N.O.C. & T.C. from previous Institute.


Admission under Minority Quota (Sindhi):
A Student seeking admission at F.Y. level under Minority Category is required to produce documentary proof (Affidavit) certifying their Sindhi Status. It is desirable that they complete the Sindhi Certificate Course.


International Students: Foreign students seeking admission are required to submit the following documents
a) Photocopy of Passport
b) Copy of Transcript


Compulsory Papers

A.  Compulsory Papers :
1.   Foundation Course
2.   English (Communication Skills)
3.   Hindi

B.  Ancillary Group – Social Science : (three subjects)

4.   Economics Paper I : Foundation of Economic Theory.
5.   Sociology Paper I : Basic Sociological Concept & Social Institution.
6.   Psychology Paper I : General Psychology
7.   Commerce Paper I: Introduction to Commerce & Business Organisation.
At the S. Y. level, students have to opt the same ancillary subjects they opted at the first year. At the T. Y. level, students can specialize in any one of the ancillary subjects they opted for at the F. Y. & S. Y. levels.

Note :
Commerce Ancillary will be allowed, only if the minimum required number of students are available as per University rules.


S. Y. B. A.
Students have to offer 8 papers of 100 marks each (Total 800 marks). The College offers the following subjects:-
1.   Foundation Course Paper – II : Science & Scientific Method, The Dynamics of Science & Technology.
2.   Any one of the following Applied Component subjects (one paper)
a)   Book-keeping & Accountancy.
b)   Investment Analysis
c)    Health Psychology.
3.   Three Ancillary Subjects (Two papers of 100 marks in each subject)
i)    Economics  Paper II   : Macroeconomics
Paper III  : Policies & Prospects of Indian Economy
ii)    Sociology    Paper II   : Contemporary Issues of Indian Society
Paper III  : Introduction to Social Theory

iii)   Psychology Paper II   : Social Psychology
Paper III  : Developmental Psychology
iii)   Commerce  Paper II   : Financial Management
Paper III  : Introduction to Marketing
The Number of seats for each of the applied component subject is fixed. If there are more applications for a particular subject then it will be granted on the basis of merit. The subject will be offered only if the minimum Number of students is available as per University Rules.


T. Y. B. A.


At T. Y. B. A., the students have to offer six papers of 100 marks each (total 600 marks) from any one of the following groups :


Group A Economics 6 papers
Paper IV Advanced Economic Theory
Paper V Growth and Development
Paper VI Indian Financial System
Paper VII Research Methodology
Paper VIII International Economic Policy and Practice
Paper IX Export Management


Group B Sociology 6 papers
Social Theory (Compulsory)
Dynamics of Rural Society
Women & Society (Applied)
Urban Sociology
Environment & Society
Social Research (applied)


Group C Psychology 6 papers
Paper IV Psychological testing & statistics (100 marks)
Paper V Abnormal Psychology (100 marks)
Paper VI Industrial and organisational Psychology (80 marks)
Paper VII Cognitive Psychology (100 marks)
Paper VIII Practicals in Cognitive process and psychological testing (100 marks)
Paper IX Counselling Psychology (80 marks)


Group D [Economics 3 papers +Commerce 3 papers]
Economics 3 papers
Paper IV Advanced Economics Theory
Paper V Development and Environmental Economics
Paper VI Indian Financial System


Commerce 3 papers
Paper IV Personnel Management (including human resource development)
Paper V Fundamentals of Finance (Production Management)
Paper VI Management of a small scale industry (applied nature related to core subject)


N.B. Choice of the group is subject to the availability of minimum number of students in the group as prescribed by the University and on merit. At the T.Y.B.A. Level for the Applied Component group (Paper VI & IX) the students have to work on a project, which is a part of each paper. The main paper will carry 80 marks and the Project Report will carry 20 marks in order to pass in each paper i.e. Paper VI & IX, a student must secure a minimum of 16 marks out of 80 in theory and minimum of 7 marks out of 20 in the project work separately and a total of 35 marks out of 100.


The students are required to submit their project report on or before 31st January of the academic year.